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One of my friend sent me these wonderfull pictures of new Akshardham Temple in New Delhi. One should go and watch this place...i am also planning to see this place in near future.

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The Swaminarayan Akshardham temple on the banks of the River Yamuna in Delhi was inaugurated by President APJ Abdul Kalam on November 6, 2005.

 

The sprawling Rs.200-crore pink sandstone cultural complex spread over 100 acres showcases the grandeur of Indian history, art, culture and values. Designed by architect Virendra Sompura and conceptualised by Pramukh Swami Maharaj, it took over 7,000 master craftsmen and thousands of volunteers from all over the world almost five years to complete this modern day marvel.

 

The main monument, depicting ancient Indian "vastu shastra" and architecture, is a masterpiece in pink sandstone and white marble that is 141 feet high, 316 feet wide and 370 feet long with 234 ornate pillars, over 20,000 sculptures and statues of deities, eleven 72-foot-high huge domes (mandapams) and decorative arches.

 

The monument stands on the shoulders of 148 huge elephants which are encircled by a double-storied colonnade that depicts tales from the epics.

 

The complex has exhibition halls, an Imax theatre and a musical fountain, surrounded by a garden, and is much more than a mere place of pilgrimage.

 

The temple complex is expected to become one of the major tourist attractions of Delhi. It will be thrown open to the public from November 8, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. The timings will be extended from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from November 15.

 

For visitors, entry to the complex is free. However, for exhibition halls and theatres an entry fee of Rs.125 is to be paid and for children and senior citizens the charges are Rs.75.

 

To know more about Delhi, visit Delhi City Guide

Explore 7/15/13 #356, 340, 328, 141, 140, 145, 148 -- View from the boardwalk along the Hudson River in Newport NJ. I walked about 100 feet to the left and was able to frame the Empire State Building between those two cranes, pic provided in the first comment below

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This monday's assignment: "Fresh"

"images that represent freshness, fresh thinking and anything related. We can also represent fresh food or anything related to the word fresh."

 

The "recipe":

I put 3 ice cubes onto a glass piece (from a photoframe). Behind, about 30 cm, placed a white cardboard vertically.

I pointed an external wireless controled flash to the cardboard at minimum power, with a blue filter.

I adjusted the white balance in the camera for "incandescent".

Just above the ice I pressed a mop soaked in water and... shutter release!

Focus: Manual.

 

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Camera: Canon EOS 40D

Lens: EF-S17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM

Focal Length: 85 mm

Sensitivity: ISO 400

Exposure: 1/15 sec at f/5,6

Exposure bias: 0 EV

Exposure Program: Manual

Metering Mode: Pattern

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One of my friend sent me these wonderfull pictures of new Akshardham Temple in New Delhi. One should go and watch this place...i am also planning to see this place in near future.

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The Swaminarayan Akshardham temple on the banks of the River Yamuna in Delhi was inaugurated by President APJ Abdul Kalam on November 6, 2005.

 

The sprawling Rs.200-crore pink sandstone cultural complex spread over 100 acres showcases the grandeur of Indian history, art, culture and values. Designed by architect Virendra Sompura and conceptualised by Pramukh Swami Maharaj, it took over 7,000 master craftsmen and thousands of volunteers from all over the world almost five years to complete this modern day marvel.

 

The main monument, depicting ancient Indian "vastu shastra" and architecture, is a masterpiece in pink sandstone and white marble that is 141 feet high, 316 feet wide and 370 feet long with 234 ornate pillars, over 20,000 sculptures and statues of deities, eleven 72-foot-high huge domes (mandapams) and decorative arches.

 

The monument stands on the shoulders of 148 huge elephants which are encircled by a double-storied colonnade that depicts tales from the epics.

 

The complex has exhibition halls, an Imax theatre and a musical fountain, surrounded by a garden, and is much more than a mere place of pilgrimage.

 

The temple complex is expected to become one of the major tourist attractions of Delhi. It will be thrown open to the public from November 8, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. The timings will be extended from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from November 15.

 

For visitors, entry to the complex is free. However, for exhibition halls and theatres an entry fee of Rs.125 is to be paid and for children and senior citizens the charges are Rs.75.

 

To know more about Delhi, visit Delhi City Guide

Built in Neo-Byzantine style, 1882, the St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia occupies an area of 3,170 square metres (34,100 sq ft) and can hold 10,000 people inside.

 

The cathedral's gold-plated dome is 45 m high (148 ft), with the bell tower reaching 53 metres (174 ft).The temple has 12 bells with total weight of 23 tons, the heaviest weighing 12 tons and the lightest 10 kilograms (22 lb). The interior is decorated with Italian marble in various colours, Brazilian onyx, alabaster, and other luxurious materials.

 

The cathedral was created in honor to the Russian soldiers who died during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878, as a result of which Bulgaria was liberated from Ottoman rule. Saint Alexander Nevsky was a Russian prince.

 

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ub_vvLCiw0&feature=em-upload... - Holy Other, "Know Where" - I do appreciate those of you who take the time to read this. It is long, and our attention spans aren't what they once were.

 

We had a storm on Halloween; a good one. Some snow, some sleet, lot’s of wind. 60 – 70 mph winds coming out of the north, blowing straight down the 300+ mile length of Lake Michigan. On the east and west coasts, those are low-end hurricane/typhoon wind speeds. For us in Chicago, these are as good as it gets. Daytime temps were in the 40’s; with the wind chills it felt like the 20’s, a far cry from our normal 55 - 64 degrees for Halloween.

 

When the wind blows from the north, it can push our southern lake water level up two to four feet. That doesn’t sound like much, but our shoreline waters here are shallow, 20 feet on average. That's not deep enough to make tall waves; the extra water transfer from up north helps. As is 4 – 6 foot waves get boating advisories. 8 - 10 footers are newsworthy. These Halloween monster waves were on all TV channels at once.

 

The waves reached up to 20-feet in height; that has happened only once before. To get 20-foot waves means some extraordinary, barely comprehensible energy is being created in the Lake. The top of the tower, the red light, is 20 – 24 feet above the normal water surface level. Normal depth here is 12 - 14 feet. There is a 30-foot wide, concrete seawall at the base of the tower that sits 8 – 10 feet above the water. I’ve never, not seen that platform. I've never seen it under water. I’ve never seen waves this high in my 64+ years of living here. Never.

 

For us, this mimicked the Sea. It was divine and extraordinary, deliciously wild, sublimely chaotic. Because the Lake is so shallow, our waves have no chance to develop a rhyme or rhythm to their movements. They swell and dip and break everywhere in tumultuous disarray; on shore as well as out into the Lake as far as the eye could see. You cannot time the waves or predict where they will crash so as to move back from the shoreline to avoid getting drenched and/or swept out to Sea (where it could be days, weeks or months before you are found - thus it is recommended you wear bright clothing for this; makes finding the body easier :-) ). It is dangerous to stand close to the water’s edge.

 

But how on earth can you not?

 

It’s said there are a hundred ways to die and, you should have no doubt, one or more of those 100 ways has your name in their hands (with a bit of a contest going as to who will get to you first). That being said, well, being swept away to die for ones photographic or video art, or for just plain and simple curiosity, or for the sheer giddiness and idiocy of being so close to something so grand, probably beats a bunch of the other ways that will surely come your way.

 

Of course, I am speaking for myself.

 

I could have resisted, but I choose not to. I suspected I was going to sacrifice a camera here. Water spray, rain and sleet were everywhere, and digital point-and-shoots aren't good bedfellows with water in any form. I only hoped to get some decent images before it said, “Argh, they got me boys, I’m a gonner,” and shut down operations, like the Terminator’s glowing red eye going dim and black when it went got crushed.

 

And digitals aren’t keen on being cold, and trying to focus with nothing to lock onto except smooth sky, clouds, water. Plus I really couldn’t see the viewer too well. All of their functions begin to slow to a crawl under these conditions - kinda' like us. Ah, to hell with it, wing it and just kept moving and shooting.

 

I was out for about 20 minutes and got 148 shots - time enough to get at least four or five good shots with cold-to-numb, cramped, claw-like fingers, I hoped, as well as to get really effing cold, stiff, and wet. I started rapid-fire sneezing; “a cold, the flu, pneumonia, Ebola,” I wondered (ah, the power of mass hysteria and panic).

 

Hey, I was not alone. A continuing parade of fifty or so people heading home from work roared into the parking lot by the Lake. So excited were they, some would jump out of their cars before they completely stopped. There was a palpable passion to look at the water, the waves, the sky, the sun and that big, `ol rainbow playing peek-a-boo over the waves with our collective inner child.

 

Most were wearing work clothes, or lightweight, mild autumn-day weather clothes. Most never saw the wave that got them. A thunderous, deep-throated “Whoomp” is all they heard, then a total body swoosh of water is what they felt. I do love those screams – a mixture of surprise and panic that reverberates up and down the lake shore: “SHIT! F*ck! Eeeek! God Damn! OMG! That’s COOOOLD!”

 

They’d get thoroughly drenched. Some didn't care, and stayed out - a child's sense of determination, exuberance and fool-hardiness. Others, looking like wet, defeated rats, would scamper and splash back to their cars as best they could with icy toes in bubbling-juicy socks in super-saturated, mushy shoes. (Did you know that when regular, leather, dress/work shoes get this wet, upon drying they morph into clogs? They do.)

 

Heaters on full blast, interior like a sauna, they’d drive off with completely fogged windows, fingers squeaking across the glass hoping for one last look back. It was the price of admission to experience this type of joy, feed their curiosity, display their nerve, and nurture their delight in seeing Nature do her thing up close and personal.

 

Not too bad a price to pay, I think - just gettin' cold and wet. At least they could tell their friends, “Hey I was there, in person. I got my pneumonia like a Man; I earned it. (achoo!)”

 

I was wearing the neoprene wading outfit I wear while wading as I fish in rivers, so I was well protected. Protected, but not invulnerable. I got mini –soaked. I think my underwear stayed dry - most of it, anyway – although even a little bit of a cold, wet butt makes for a long, itchy drive home.

 

148 shots later, the camera died. I was pretty much done too. I started my way back to the car, 100 yards of so away. I had to walk head long into that gale force wind to do so. It started sleeting, with bb sized pellets of ice whipping into my face at 60 to 70 mph. They stung like a thousand bees.

 

But I loved it. I laughed and smiled all the while in between my exclamations of ‘oouch, ow, shit, that hurts.” When I got back to the car I was wet, frozen, my face candy-apple red from the sleet, and I’d lost a camera.

 

Yes, I effing loved it.

 

It was an exquisite diversion to make on the drive home from work. And, I got four decent images out of it.

 

Texture courtesy Cleanzor.

 

If that little Canon Powershot does not survive, it will receive a dignified, respectful burial at Sea on the next full moon, right off the end of that pier. 39th St. Pier and Beach, 39th & Lake Shore Drive, Chicago.

 

  

THIS IS NOT MY CLICK.

 

One of my friend sent me these wonderfull pictures of new Akshardham Temple in New Delhi. One should go and watch this place...i am also planning to see this place in near future.

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The Swaminarayan Akshardham temple on the banks of the River Yamuna in Delhi was inaugurated by President APJ Abdul Kalam on November 6, 2005.

 

The sprawling Rs.200-crore pink sandstone cultural complex spread over 100 acres showcases the grandeur of Indian history, art, culture and values. Designed by architect Virendra Sompura and conceptualised by Pramukh Swami Maharaj, it took over 7,000 master craftsmen and thousands of volunteers from all over the world almost five years to complete this modern day marvel.

 

The main monument, depicting ancient Indian "vastu shastra" and architecture, is a masterpiece in pink sandstone and white marble that is 141 feet high, 316 feet wide and 370 feet long with 234 ornate pillars, over 20,000 sculptures and statues of deities, eleven 72-foot-high huge domes (mandapams) and decorative arches.

 

The monument stands on the shoulders of 148 huge elephants which are encircled by a double-storied colonnade that depicts tales from the epics.

 

The complex has exhibition halls, an Imax theatre and a musical fountain, surrounded by a garden, and is much more than a mere place of pilgrimage.

 

The temple complex is expected to become one of the major tourist attractions of Delhi. It will be thrown open to the public from November 8, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. The timings will be extended from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from November 15.

 

For visitors, entry to the complex is free. However, for exhibition halls and theatres an entry fee of Rs.125 is to be paid and for children and senior citizens the charges are Rs.75.

 

To know more about Delhi, visit Delhi City Guide

Highest Explore Position #148 ~ On January 11th 2009.

 

Sunset - Regents Park, London, England - Saturday January 3rd 2009.

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Baby...It's cold Outside ~ Cerys Matthews & Tom Jones ~ uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Li-m1T81xGw

 

OK...another shot of the Regent's Park ice..lol, I'll be putting something up something different tomorrow...probably...lol..:O)))

 

Thanks to everybody that visited and commented / faved my image from yesterday...it made it to the front page of Explore..apparently..I didn't actually see it myself, but thanks to all those that let me know...It must have been a very slow day in Explore, because I hardly EVER make the front page..lol..:O))

 

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Main Range, Kosciuszko National Park | NSW | Australia

 

The Aries Tor at the Aries Pools, on top of the Main Range in the Kosciuszko National Park.

Thousand Springs Scenic Byway

The I. B. Perrine Bridge is four-lane truss arch span in the western United States. Located at Twin Falls, Idaho, it carries U.S. Highway 93 over the Snake River Canyon, connecting to Jerome County and Interstate 84.

 

The Perrine Bridge is approximately 1,500 feet (457 m) in total length, with a main span of 993 feet (303 m) and a deck height of 486 feet (148 m) above the Snake River it is the eighth highest bridge in the United States. The elevation above sea level for the bridge deck is approximately 3,600 feet (1,100 m).

 

The bridge is named for I. B. Perrine (1861–1943), who spearheaded the early 20th century irrigation projects in the Magic Valley region and is largely credited as the main founder of Twin Falls; a statue of Perrine is at the visitors' center at the south end of the bridge.

Taken during a Saturday photo hike with the members of the Lancaster County Meet-Up Group.

 

Tucquan Glen has got to be one of the more beautiful areas within a 100 miles from here...maybe a bit more. Ricketts is 148 miles...so lets say...within 147.5!

 

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Crater Lake is located in Klamath County, approximately 60 miles (97 km) northwest of the county seat of Klamath Falls, and about 80 miles (130 km) northeast of the city of Medford.[9]

 

The lake is 5 by 6 miles (8 by 10 km) across with an average depth of 1,148 feet (350 m). Its maximum depth has been measured at 1,949 feet (594 m),[1][10] which fluctuates slightly as the weather changes.[1] This makes Crater Lake the deepest lake that is completely in the United States, the second deepest lake in North America, and the ninth deepest lake in the world (Lake Baikal is the deepest). Crater Lake is often cited as the seventh deepest lake in the world, but this ranking excludes Lake Vostok, which is situated under nearly 13,000 feet (4,000 m) of Antarctic ice, and the recent soundings of San Martín Lake, which is located on the border of Chile and Argentina.

 

However, on the basis of comparing average depths among the world's deepest lakes, Crater Lake becomes the deepest lake in the Western Hemisphere and the third deepest in the world.[11] Comparing average depths among the world's lakes whose basins are entirely above sea level, Crater Lake is the deepest.[citation needed]

 

The caldera rim of Crater Lake ranges in elevation from 7,000 to 8,000 feet (2,100 to 2,400 m).

(Wikipedia)

 

As you can see, there is still plenty of snow up there and most of the lake was inacessable

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Dambulla - Sri Lanka

 

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Dambulla cave temple (Sinhala: දඹුලු ලෙන් විහාරය dam̆būlū len vihāraya, Tamil: தம்புள்ளை பொற்கோவில் tampuḷḷai poṟkōvil) also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla is a World Heritage Site (1991) in Sri Lanka, situated in the central part of the country. This site is situated 148 km east of Colombo and 72 km north of Kandy. It is the largest and best-preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka. The rock towers 160 m over the surrounding plains.There are more than 80 documented caves in the surrounding area. Major attractions are spread over 5 caves, which contain statues and paintings. These paintings and statues are related to Lord Buddha and his life. There are total of 153 Buddha statues, 3 statues of Sri Lankan kings and 4 statues of gods and goddesses. The latter include two statues of Hindu gods, the god Vishnu and the god Ganesh. The murals cover an area of 2,100 square meters. Depictions on the walls of the caves include the temptation by the demon Mara, and Buddha's first sermon.

 

Prehistoric Sri Lankans would have lived in these cave complexes before the arrival of Buddhism in Sri Lanka as there are burial sites with human skeletons about 2700 years old in this area, at Ibbankatuwa near the Dambulla cave complexes.

 

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Main Range, Kosciuszko National Park | NSW | Australia

 

Twilight glow at the Aries Pools towards the Aries Tor, amongst the Ramsheads in KNP.

Main Range, Kosciuszko National Park | NSW | Australia

 

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1/2014: Went on a Disney Dream Cruise with a bunch of other families and had a blast! This photo is the main atrium deck of the Disney Dream ship

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The Johnson Street Bridge is a bascule bridge that spans the harbour of Victoria, British Columbia. It is nicknamed "Big Blue" because of its distinctive blue colour.

 

The bascule spans were designed by the Strauss Bascule Company Limited and were fabricated in Ontario. The sub-structure was built by the City of Victoria Engineering Department and required 9, 144 cubic metres of concrete. The bridge was completed in January 1924 at a cost of C$918,000. The original wood deck was replaced by a steel grid in 1966 and the steel structure was repainted in 1979 as part of an extensive renovation.

 

The bridge has two opening spans of 45 m (148 ft) that operate independently, a three-lane highway span of 350 tonnes and a railway span of 150 tons. The approaches are fixed girders, the east is 34 m (112 ft) and the west is 22 m (72 ft). The counterweights are made of hollow concrete and total 780 tonnes. Daily traffic is 30,000 vehicles.

  

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Three raw exposures taken at -2, 0, +2 EV. Tonemapped in Photomatix, then bumped contrast and did an Unsharp Mask in PSE7 to enhance the details.

  

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PwC's Predictions for 2030 & 2050 of the Largest 20 Economies, 2017

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The most Dynamic Cities of 2025 by FP in Partnership with Mckinsey & Co. compiled in 2012

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1 Shanghai China22.330.9$250.7$1,112.2$861.5 344%

2 Beijing China18.829.6206.21,027.9821.7 398%

3 Tianjin China11.115.2128.8624.4495.7 385%

4 São Paulo Brazil19.723.2437.3912.9475.7 109%

5 GuangzhouChina11.114.9146.1573.0426.9 292%

6 ShenzhenChina10.413.7141.5523.6382.1 270%

7 New York United States18.919.71,180.31,553.1372.7 32%

8 Chongqing China15.719.488.6458.6370.0 418%

9 Moscow Russia 11.612.7325.8688.5362.7 111%

10 TokyoJapan36.436.71,874.72,218.6343.9 18%

11 WuhanChina9.813.182.2414.4332.2 404%

12 Los AngelesUnited States12.915.0731.81,051.5319.7 44%

13 FoshanChina7.210.883.5383.6300.1 360%

14 IstanbulTurkey11.014.9188.2479.7291.5 155%

15 NanjingChina7.29.968.5343.9275.4 402%

16 ChengduChina7.711.257.8309.6251.7 435%

17 HangzhouChina6.28.870.5307.0236.5 335%

18 DongguanChina8.211.462.7297.9235.2 375%

19 Singapore Singapore5.15.8222.7454.1231.4 104%

20 Shenyang China6.18.464.3286.9222.5 346%

21 LondonBritain14.916.2751.8972.9221.129%

22 Houston United States6.07.7341.1559.9218.8 64%

23 Dallas United States6.48.6324.9541.2216.3 67%

24 Xian China 6.59.140.6253.3212.6 523%

25 Washington United States5.66.6392.2599.7207.5 53%

26 Paris France11.812.9764.2971.4207.2 27%

27S uzhouChina4.16.552.7257.5204.8 389%

28 Mexico CityMexico20.121.6255.1459.5204. 480%

29 RiyadhSaudi Arabia5.28.1122.7325.6202.9 165%

30 Hong KongChina7.18.2224.5423.6199. 189%

31 Bangkok Thailand6.99.4105.0299.6194.6 185%

32 Buenos AiresArgentina13.115.2191.7384.3192.6 100%

33 DohaQatar1.31.698.8275.1176.3179%

34 Rio de JaneiroBrazil11.813.6180.9356.1175.2 97%

35 Dalian China3.95.753.8225.7171.9 319%

36 Wuxi China3.55.447.0217.2170.2 362%

37 Seoul South Korea9.89.5233.3400.3167.0 72%

38 Chicago United States9.510.2496.4661.4165.0 33%

39 Delhi India16.321.447.6211.4163.9 344%

40 Ningbo China3.55.145.0205.7160.8 358%

41 Jinan China4.35.743.2193.4150.2 348%

42 Xiamen China3.55.330.4179.8149.3 491%

43 Jakarta Indonesia9.612.870.7218.4147.7 209%

44 Miami United States5.67.2235.9380.2144.34 61%

45 Kuwait CityKuwait 2.33.2117.5261.8144.33 123%

46 QingdaoChina3.75.148.1190.1142.0295%

47 Sydney Australia4.65.8268.9410.6141.8 53%

48 Atlanta United States5.36.8249.7391.4141.7 57%

49 Brasilia Brazil3.75.0101.6242.6141.03 139%

50 Taipei Taiwan6.86.9160.3301.3141.00 88%

51 Rhine-Ruhr Germany11.311.1484.6625.0140.4 29%

52 Toronto Canada5.77.0270.0409.9139.9 52%

53 Mumbai India18.222.555.9192.7136.8 245%

54 PhoenixUnited States4.25.9181.6317.5135.975%

55 HarbinChina5.97.638.8172.9134.0345%

56 ChangzhouChina3.34.834.3166.2131.9385%

57 San Francisco United States4.35.0283.3410.7127.3 45%

58 HefeiChina3.44.831.2154.8123.6396%

59 Jeddah Saudi Arabia3.55.275.9196.9121.0 159%

60 Melbourne Australia4.15.2221.4341.7120.3 54%

61 LuandaAngola4.88.938.6155.6117.0303%

62 XuzhouChina3.14.522.4134.1111.7499%

63 Tel Aviv-JaffaIsrael3.34.3114.8225.9111.0 97%

64 Changsha China3.14.340.3150.1109.8 272%

65 Abu DhabiUnited Arab Emirates0.81.667.1175.9108.8162%

66 LimaPeru9.211.877.3184.7107.3139%

67 Belo HorizonteBrazil5.46.678.5185.3106.9136%

68 FuzhouChina2.94.223.4130.0106.6456%

69 AnkaraTurkey4.15.764.9170.3105.4162%

70 San DiegoUnited States3.13.9172.9277.5104.661%

71 Philadelphia United States 6.06.3314.5418.6104.1 33%

72 Tangshan China3.03.733.6137.6104.0 309%

73 Santiago Chile 6.17.393.0196.8103.8 112%

74 Seattle United States3.44.1211.0314.3103.3 49%

75 Bangalore India8.211.328.6128.8100.2 350%

 

Ranked by projected absolute GDP growth 2012-2025 at predicted real exchange rates.

Source: McKinsey Global Institute Cityscope database 2.0.

  

Needless to say, these are just rough projections, haven't taken into considerations of a lot of things in this highly fluid world, the least of which the election of President Trump and now his Trade War.

Main Range, Kosciuszko National Park | NSW | Australia

 

Glorious sunshine after days of whiteouts. It's enough to buoy anyone's spirits.

Main Range, Kosciuszko National Park | NSW | Australia

 

This is Seamans Hut - a real life saver for adventurers in need of a solid shelter.

 

A couple of weeks ago I spent from Saturday to Saturday - 8 days and 7 nights - camping on the "roof of Australia" with my friend and fellow adventurer Chris, during one of the most bumper ski seasons this country has seen in decades. Words like "snowzilla" and "snowmageddon" have been used to describe it.

 

It was a surreal experience, being high up on Mount Townsend on the "Western Faces" for over 30 hours as our tents were battered by gale-force gusts that boomed against our tents and reverberated in our ears. I'll never forget the eerie deathly silence between the waves of "attacks". It was just enough time to make me self-aware of my elevated heart beat and sweaty palms, which I raised to my tent walls during these brief moments of quiet for extra bracing as the inevitable assault was launched again by Mother Nature. *boom* *boom* *BOOM*! "You shouldn't be up here", she said in no uncertain terms.

 

I dragged myself out of the tent on occasion with cold metal snow shovel in hand to dig the excess snow from around my tent (so it wouldn't collapse my tent), and fortify the "wind wall" with whatever hard-pack snow I could find.

 

Then there was the 4.5 hours of retreat to lower altitudes in complete and nauseating white-out conditions, where I felt the skis go from under me unexpectedly on several occasions. Luckily there was soft fresh snow waiting for me at the bottom of the drop, instead of hard ice.

 

We eventually made it through avalanche-prone slopes to the safety of Seamans Hut, very relieved yet still in good spirits despite the conditions. We were holed up in the hut for three whole nights as we waited out blizzard conditions outside. On the eve of the third night, the clouds broke up in the afternoon just enough to entice us out of the hut for a shoot, which we were itching for by that stage!

 

This is truly is a special place, made all the more special by the events leading up to capturing this scene. Enjoy.

my first waterfall photos were taken in Tasmania back in 2008... earlier this year i had a chance to re-visit some of these magical places and this is one of them - Nelson Falls...

 

ISO 100| f/16 | 148 sec | 35mm | Polarising Filter

According to the Guinness World Records, Hong Kong’s Symphony of Lights is the 'World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show'

 

It creates an all-round vision of coloured lights, laser beams and searchlights performing a stunning, unforgettable spectacle synchronised to music and narration that celebrates the energy, spirit and diversity of Hong Kong. - Hong Kong Tourism Board

 

Recently, My Photo "The World's Most Beautiful Skyline" was featured in Flickr Blog: Fire In The Sky.

Thank You Flickr for noticing my humble piece of art.

As I made the 4 hour trek up to Crater Lake, I dreamed of getting a sunset image like this. My dream came true on this day. :-)

 

Please enjoy the view. :-)

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

 

The lake is 5 by 6 miles (8.0 by 9.7 km) across, with a caldera rim ranging in elevation from 7,000 to 8,000 feet (2,100 to 2,400 m) and an average lake depth of 1,148 feet (350 m). The lake's maximum depth has been measured at 1,949 feet (594 m),[1][12][13] which fluctuates slightly as the weather changes.[1] On the basis of maximum depth, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States,[3] the second deepest in North America (after Great Slave Lake in Canada), and the ninth deepest lake in the world (Lake Baikal is the deepest). Crater Lake is often cited as the seventh deepest lake in the world, but this ranking excludes Lake Vostok in Antarctica,[14][15] which is situated under about 13,000 feet (4,000 m) of ice, and the recent soundings of San Martín Lake, which is located on the border of Chile and Argentina.[16]

 

However, using average depths of the world's deepest lakes, Crater Lake becomes the deepest lake in the Western Hemisphere and the third deepest in the world. According to limnologist Owen Hoffman, "Crater Lake is the deepest, when compared on the basis of average depth among lakes whose basins are entirely above sea level. The average depths of Lakes Baikal and Tanganyika are deeper than Crater Lake; however, both have basins that extend below sea level."[15][17]

 

Nick Boren Photography:copyright:

 

No use of my Crater Lake landscape image in any form without my permission!

 

Thank You.

 

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Day 148/365

 

After doing my final jump for my 100 Jump Photographs Project I thought it would be fitting to do a jump for my 365 project. I just love the feeling of being momentarily suspended and free... a great release!

 

Processed in Lightroom 4 with Whipped Cream Lightroom Preset / King Pack

 

www.oliviabellphotography.com/LR-about…

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MERICAN BAZAAR @ The Chapter Four (April)

Starting April 4 to 21

TAXI: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Dreamlove/96/148/1236

 

100% original mesh

Floralie dress in 6 colors. Each color includes a black bottom version and a white bottom.

 

Body compatible:

-TMP

-Belleza Venus

-Maitreya Lara

-Slink Hourglass/Physique

 

Enjoy♥

The lake is 5 by 6 miles (8.0 by 9.7 km) across, with a caldera rim ranging in elevation from 7,000 to 8,000 feet (2,100 to 2,400 m) and an average lake depth of 1,148 feet (350 m).

Moon over Mt. Hood

 

Camera - Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Exposure - 1 seconds

Aperture - f/20

Focal Length - 148 mm

ISO Speed - 100

Freycinet | TAS | Australia

 

Look carefully at this one as it's deceptive - the orange in the forground is lichen, and the orange further back is the orange light coming in horizontally at the exact moment the sun rose beyond the horizon. I was stunned by how much the colors matched and complemented each other. That color didn't hold for very long, so got busy taking shots. I had other shots that were landscape, but I had a filter on that unfortunately was very greasy, so have had to discard a lot of those shots for quality reasons, but am very happy I got this vertical and am pleased with the results.

 

This is taken at Sleepy Bay - a place I will most definitely be back to for its breathtaking views.

A minimalist night landscape... except for the "billions and billions" of stars.

 

Carl Sagan -

www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ex__M-OwSA

"There are in fact 100 billion galaxies, each of which contain something like a 100 billion stars. Think of how many stars, and planets, and kinds of life there may be in this vast and awesome universe." "We find that we live on an insignificant planet, of a humdrum star, lost in a galaxy, tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe, in which there are far more galaxies than people." This comes from Carl Sagan's Cosmos episode 7, "The Backbone of Night."

 

(Music from Vangelis in the background.)

Thousand Springs Scenic Byway

The I. B. Perrine Bridge is four-lane truss arch span in the western United States. Located at Twin Falls, Idaho, it carries U.S. Highway 93 over the Snake River Canyon, connecting to Jerome County and Interstate 84.

 

The Perrine Bridge is approximately 1,500 feet (457 m) in total length, with a main span of 993 feet (303 m) and a deck height of 486 feet (148 m) above the Snake River it is the eighth highest bridge in the United States. The elevation above sea level for the bridge deck is approximately 3,600 feet (1,100 m).

 

The bridge is named for I. B. Perrine (1861–1943), who spearheaded the early 20th century irrigation projects in the Magic Valley region and is largely credited as the main founder of Twin Falls; a statue of Perrine is at the visitors' center at the south end of the bridge.

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A quite nice find on this trip to Howick Scar,was that wonderfully shaped,square rock.Enhanced further still by some lovely golden colour,it just had to feature in a shot.

I can't reccommend enough,this wonderful stretch of Northumberland coast,you rarely leave here empty handed :)

 

EXIF....F22....1.5 SECONDS....ISO 100....17MM....FILTERS????

 

EXPLORE #148 04-DEC-09

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