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Its kinda uncertain in this part of the world to get cold tones in this time of the year... The only warm tone we can see is the last rays of the setting sun ..
This is the beauty of tones.. the minimalist one , like the warm tone in this pic always catches attention....
something that is so analogous to life... we catch attention only for the most special thing in life... :)
This is a picture I took of Azure and Johny Day photoshopped for me. We worked together to make the picture even better than it was out of the camera. And to top it off, since he lives in a much bigger place than I do, he was able to find an amazing printer who produced the final project on a glossy photo paper of a much different quality than I could have found. Together, the picture came out beyond words.
Check out Johny Day at the follwoing link:
They are back! Summer is on its way and the bugs are returning. My first encounter of the year with one of my favourite bugs. Tiny Damselfly, sat nice and still for me long enough to get a decent picture.
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Photo of the Azure Window in Malta taken weeks before its collapse
Super cool sim: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Azure%20Star/60/99/22
Another Azure Damselfly face from yesterday, not so many about today, I suspect they were resting because it was so wet and dull yesterday, again a bit noisy due to high ISO
As of yesterday the Azure Window of Malta is gone. A strong storm weakened this geological formation and subsequently collapsed into the Mediterranean sea. I was fortunate enough to have seen it 6 months ago.
EXPLORE # 104
Gentiana verna (genzianella primaticcia)
A bulk carrier anchored in Dublin Bay on the 18th of June 2014.
Dublin - Ireland
In Memory of the fabulous Azure Window on the Island of Gozo which has now sadly gone for all time. I will miss this place, we have been visiting here for the last 14 years. via 500px ift.tt/2mpIibO
Size 17-19cm, short tail & long heavy bill. Deep blue with violet sheen dominates the plumage, and chestnuts underpart. They have only three toes, two of which point forwards.
These shapes just beckoned. Loved the vases, but the crop really is more enjoyable for me.
Happy day to you all.