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A blue morning glory against a blue Colorado sky, in the Denver Botanical Gardens.
Decided a quick visit to Folkestone sands to catch the sunrise before the sea mist rolled in.
A blue morning was what I found and the sea mist never came :~)
Sejak kebelakangan ni agak sibuk. Sorry semua sebab tak dapat visit photostream you all. Sekarang ni pun masih sibuk jugak tapi apapun, saya cuba yg terbaiklah.......!!!
Another gorgeous evening comes to a blue close on the Front Range of Colorado (from my backlog).
Happy weekend ahead all!
Image Notes: 2-frame vertorama, 11mm, F8, ISO 500, 4 seconds.
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# blue flowers : DIMORPHOTECA sp. / Kapkörbchen or cinraria
~wish us a wonderful start into a new week! ~
LE at the Warren.....I,ve looked at this in BW and feel that the blue with the small dash of red works best.
Size of flower less than 5mm
[shooting details before the process]
Camera: Nikon D7000
Lens: Micro Nikkor AF-S 40mm 1:2.8 G ,small and marvellous!
(shutter 1/250 | ƒ/3,5 | ISO:100 | handheld)
Keeping on the southern Alberta hay bale theme. This will be the last one as I am finally out of shots from our summer holiday.
It may not be obvious, but one of the things I like most about this photo is the way the rays from the sun shadows continue on in the rows in the field.
Silhouettes of horses with mist in the background and a beuatiful, blue tone.
I saw exactly two agapanthus plants in bloom last Sunday at South Coast Botanic Garden, which actually surprised me as I thought their season was past. This bloom was exquisite, and I wanted to convey its soft and romantic aspect, thus my choice of a large lens aperture. (Zuiko 50mm macro, f/4, 1/160 sec., ISO 400, open shade, handheld)
In the new Flickr, click anywhere in the image to see the large view on black -- or press "L" to "view in light box" (same thing).
Blue dyed daisies I spotted at a friend's home. She bought them to support the Giants in the Superbowl. Straight out of the camera except slight crop. The background is the sky.
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Happy Monday Blues! Hopefully nobody feeling blue today.
PLEASE NO LONG MULTI INVITATION.
I've seen hundreds of lakes but none as blue as Alberta's stunning Abraham Lake. Yes, it is this blue. Due to 100% percent flow from the abundant glaciers that feed the north Saskatchewan river.
The other glacial lakes I've seen have more of a blue/teal/green tone. Lakes Louise, Bow, Peyto, St. Mary, McDonald, Hidden, Two Medicine etc. are all very beautiful, and special, but not this blue (IMHO). Moraine comes close, but is also much smaller. Perhaps it's due to it's impressive size (53.7 km2 (20.7 sq mi) and a length of 32 km (20 mi) and ability to catch more rays.
It was named for Silas Abraham, an inhabitant of the Saskatchewan River valley in the nineteenth century.
An earlier post with different pov in comments:
Have a fabulous Friday and weekend!