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A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.

Albert Einstein



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My piece titled "In His Image" is a future Frankenstein story. Part of my "Anatomechnical" series which is about the overwhelming presence of the digital age and whether current and future technology will improve the human condition or rule over it. "In His Image" deals with the technology we have created turns on us & takes us over. God created man is his image so naturally man will create in his image.

Even if the whole world be against my men, I will quietly standing behind him, and feeding him ammo!♥

Roseate Spoonbill reflecting.

J. N. "Ding" Darling NWR

It's four o'clock in the morning and I'm getting up for an early morning session. Bert, our cat is just returning from his night patrol when I'm zipping at my first coffee. I'm going to De Weerribben National Park for an assignment I'm working on at the moment and things are looking good. Foggy conditions at ground level with a clear blue sky above. With conditions such as these, it's not hard to get up this early. Now I could tell you all about the process of making this image, but there is not much to tell. Location finding wasn't a problem as I know this park well. And even if you don't, with such beautiful conditions it's not hard to find a spot that works. The technique isn't hard nor is it a secret. It's just about being there. Setting the alarm, getting up and making the effort. Anyway, I had a ball. It was one of those 'this is what it's all about' mornings.


Weerribben National Park at sunrise - Canon EOS 5D Mark III + Canon EF 24-70mm f2.8 L II at 50mm, f/9, 1/100 sec. exposure at iso 100, tripod, cable release, Lee ND6 grad and one coffee.

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Color prossesing in Color Efex Pro 4

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Hehuanshan (Chinese: 合歡山; pinyin: Héhuān Shān; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ha̍p-hoan-soaⁿ; also called Joy Mountain) is a 3,416 metres (11,207 ft) high mountain in Central Taiwan. The peak lies on the boundaries of Nantou and Hualien counties and is within the Taroko Gorge National Park. Hehuanshan is a popular destination for the local people of central Taiwan. The 3,421-metre East Peak and 3,422-metre North Peak of Hehuanshan are actually both higher than the main peak.



I know it's a blur, but thought this was pretty neat with his wings all spread out. He was very vocal about my presence & the big black Nikon pointed at him at the dinning room window...they're not used to me being there that close to the feeder AND with the window raised, he was really doing a lot of fussing.



Burghley House, just outside Stamford, Lincolnshire, England after Boxing Day snow. This stately mansion was built between 1558 and 1587 for Sir William Cecil, the 1st Baron Burghley, who served as Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, and is still lived in by his descendants. It is regarded as one of the principle surviving examples of Elizabethan architecture in England, albeit with later alterations including parkland landscaping and structural changes by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown from 1775 to 1780.


The building was originally laid out in an ‘E’ as a tribute to Queen Elizabeth but she never actually got to visit it; her one trip there was cancelled at the last minute due to an outbreak of smallpox and she stayed in nearby Stamford instead. However, the present Queen Elizabeth has visited, as did Queen Victoria and her husband, Albert, in 1844. The couple hadn’t been married for too long and, apparently, proved rather slow to come down for breakfast most days…


Taken on December 27th, 2014.

Tigger In A Bag

He loves bags and boxes then he starts chewing them up!

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Hehuanshan (Chinese: 合歡山; pinyin: Héhuān Shān; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ha̍p-hoan-soaⁿ; also called Joy Mountain) is a 3,416 metres (11,207 ft) high mountain in Central Taiwan. The peak lies on the boundaries of Nantou and Hualien counties and is within the Taroko Gorge National Park. Hehuanshan is a popular destination for the local people of central Taiwan. The 3,421-metre East Peak and 3,422-metre North Peak of Hehuanshan are actually both higher than the main peak.


polaroid image system, spectra film.

His Majesty's Theatre is The largest theatre in the north east of Scotland. It is sited on Rosemount Viaduct opposite Union Terrace Gardens. St Mark's church is next door and then the central library. The Theatre can seat more than 1.400 and was designed by Frank Matcham and opened in 1906.

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I found this wee chap exhausted on my bathroom floor, I fed him a drop of honey and 15 minutes later he's back on his way

"for you i’d wait 'til kingdom come

until my day, my day is done

and say you'll come and set me free

just say you'll wait, you'll wait for me..."


more coldplay.


p.s. dreikelvin totally inspired me with the processing on this. his jazz photos are amazing.

Finished his a month or so ago and kept meaning to post it. Anyhoo, was having a play with Maria and Rick's new tangle Aquafleur, following inspiration from my antipodian friend Lila, and 'Flowervine', which for some reason I haven't tried before.

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Day 13


Visually not great. But she wasn't really up to anything this morning.


She is now at the Vet's on an IV drip. Awaiting results from her blood tests tomorrow morning.


Sigma 17-70, k-01

This is Wills the walrus he has been drawn with coloured pencils onto a gelli plate print.



Someone like you...


Original post on 11/27/2011 @ 04:13:05


An image of a young friend taken some years ago; posted with his permission. "For you my dear friend a special photo at this time"





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Year: 1642 (1640s)

Authors: Parker, Henry, 1604-1652 Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649. His Majesties answer to a book intituled The declaration or remonstrance of the Lords and Commons of the 19 of May 1642

Subjects: Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649

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I have a fever and should probably be in bed, but I admit that it hurts to be asked to be in a show, then dropped without explanation. I'm happy for my friends - I just wish I were going to be in the show with them.


Update: after receiving many busy messages from Mario/Frank, Khamudy was told that his images were not high-res enough to be included. Anyone who has been at Flickr or involved in online art for any length of time knows that a lot of people don't make their hi-res images available for download! I had even asked Frank/Mario which pictures he wanted, so I could sign them and send him the hi-res versions, but never got a reply. I guess he was just taking them off people's streams, which seems unprofessional to me. The people left out, me, Khamudy and Stephen Venkman, all have their stream set so the hi-res cannot be downloaded. If he had bothered to ask me, I would have gladly arranged to send the images. At this point, I'm not sure I want to be involved, because I don't have much confidence in how this has been handled so far.

Must Be Seen: 'Poured Into His Image #2' On Black


Can't decide on the better crop...what do you think? This one or this one: ?


Explored April 25, 2007 (Another one that made on the same day uploaded - thank you SO MUCH everyone!)


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These two secretive Sparrows look similar and share a similar habitat of marshy areas bordered by grassy fields. I found both of these on the same day and about 300 M apart.


The LeConte's Sparrow (top L) has a blue bill like the Nelson's (top R), but the breast is paler and it has a less vivid orange colour on the head and breast. The LeContes also has much whiter feather edges on the tertial wing edges. The Nelson's has wider white feather edges on the cape.


I think the best tell is looking at the crown. The LeConte's Sparrow has a thin white medial crown stripe. (lower L). The Nelson's Sparrow has a wide gray crown bordered by a black line and a brighter orange stripe than the LeConte's. (lower R) The nape of the neck on the Nelson's sparrow is a solid gray. The nape of the neck of the Leconte's is streaky.


Parkland County, Alberta.


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She watched him stride , his steps were bold

Out of the mist of mornings cold

The crunch of heavy foot on sand

Showed confidence and firm command

The chink of armour as he strode

The image on his shield drew fear

As Medusa's eyes did from it peer

Belied he carried heavy load

The Macedon, she saw was proud

One who stood out from the crowd

As closer to the Queen he came

With raised voice she did call his name

'Alexander, who is called the Great

Stop, and for this Goddess wait'

Confusion spread across his face

Her eyes his countenance did trace

As the dawn did turn to day

His armour steel caught sunlights ray

It seemed his very sword to light

With gleaming fire both strong and bright

So stood the lion, in the sun

A sight, his enemies would stun

A King whose empire came to be

One of the greatest time would see

Image shot by @reelpeet and edited by @partially_sane


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