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He's happy.

 

(Model : Valoche)

 

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He works in a small eatery adjacent to Tangail Railway station. His job is to serve tea to customers in his workplace and in the nearby small shops. He requested me to take his picture knowing the fact that he would not get a printed copy any time soon. Only seeing his image on the LCD display of my camera was good enough for him. I asked him about his aim of life. With a big smile he said one day he would become a driver of a similar three wheeler he was posing on for me. Too little a dream for a boy who has just started his long struggle for survival!

Images themed from actual Film-Noir movie titles.

My favorite Pileated Woodpecker was back to his old tricks during mating season this spring. He was seeing his reflection in the car windows and mirrors in the parking lot at Mead Gardens in Winter Park, Florida. Thinking it was a competing male, he kept trying to attack his image.

 

He decided to take a short break from his activities and pose for me.

 

Thankfully, this was someone else's car. Ha!

 

April 2008

 

Canon Rebel and Canon 75-300.

I think he loves me <3

29.05.08 -> this picture "turns" 1000 faves old :D

thank you everyoneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :D

 

29.05.08 -> questa foto ha "compiuto 1000 fave :D

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adesso sì che posso aprirmi un bancariello al mercato ortofrutticolo, con tutte ste fave XD

 

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This stone has always fascinated me, with it's image of the sleeping soldier with his rifle laid down beside him. In my mind I refer to him as the "traveling man", I don't know why. Today, while researching the 34th Regiment, Company "H" of the New Jersey volunteers, I discovered this regiment was organized in my hometown, Beverly, NJ, in 1863. This soldier, William F. Dickes, died in Montgomery, Alabama in 1865, right before the war ended. He was 17 years old.

 

The image I have attached was taken a year ago. A groundhog had made his burrow here, and you can see how much clearer the features of the stone were.

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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.

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he image in your eyes, reflecting the pain that has taken you

I hear it in your voice so ridden with shame from what's ailing you

 

I won't give up, so don't give in

You've fallen down but you can rise again

So don't give up

 

When the demon that's inside you is ready to begin

And it feels like it's a battle that you will never win

When you're aching for the fire and begging for your sin

When there's nothing left inside, there's still a reason to fight

 

Lost in your world of lies I find it so hard to believe in you

Can it be real this time, or just a part of this game that we're playing through

 

I won't give up, so don't give in

You've fallen down but you will rise again

I won't give up

 

When the demon that's inside you is ready to begin

And it feels like it's a battle that you will never win

When you're aching for the fire and begging for your sin

When there's nothing left inside, there's still a reason to fight

 

Don't let it take your soul

Look at me, take control

We're going to fight this war

This is nothing worth dying for

 

Are you ready to begin

This is a battle that we are going to win

 

When you're aching for the fire and begging for your sin

When there's nothing left inside, there's still a reason

 

When the demon that's inside you is ready to begin

And it feels like it's a battle that you will never win

When you're aching for the fire and begging for your sin

When there's nothing left inside, there's still a reason to fight

I'll be your reason to fight

Give you a reason to fight

 

"Him who eats time, him robes; it's a wind of invisible voices. Rejoice, death is not the end! Rejoice, death is not the end! Rejoice, Carcosa!"

 

- Miss Delores, True Detective episode 7, After You've Gone

 

This is the newest batch of images for DreamWorld, introducing the series' first malevolent character!

 

As I was creating this character, I was also watching True Detectiver. True Detective (one of the most original, mythic, challenging, well-acted and completely-fabulous-in-every-way show I've seen in a long time) had already begun making dark allusions toward The King In Yellow, and I found it seeped into what I was doing, taking what I had intended to be merely a trickster character and turning him into something truly evil.

 

My model for this shoot is the incomparable Dan Donohue, an actor known for his extensive stage work. He's been in just about every Shakespeare play you can think of, and is currently rehearsing as Richard the III in The Oregon Shakespeare Festival's production of Richard the III. He also played Scar in Disney's Broadway production of The Lion King. While Dan himself is one of the sweetest, sincerest, most lovely and generous people I've had the pleasure to work with, he has the ability to summon completely believable all-encompassing darkness on whim.

  

Head over to my blog for tons of behind-the-scenes photos, the making of his costume as well as the WINNER of my print giveaway contest!

  

Model: Dan Donohue

 

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The day this image was taken was the last day that Dunbar allowed me to take his image. He hides if I go out and he is there and he keeps his distance if I'm already out when he arrives. Good for him I suppose. Although, it sure does make me continue to miss his friendly father. Friendly to me that is... He was a big bully to the other birds. This one is not as big of a bully, he allows everyone to visit in peace so long as they keep to the northern portion of the yard while he guards the southern portion.

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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My second collaboration with the Great Experimental Artist, Harsubagh.

 

I've taken two of his images here, placed them next to each other and then repeated the first one ( on the left ) 3 times and layered that abstract piece over itself in a sequence. I left image alone, for the most part, in terms of further manipulation but the second one I've altered in colour. But up to the top right, I dropped in the original as a way to acknowledge its original state as well as use it as a device to "punctuate" the general "abstract" impression with a quick jolt of relatively SOOC.

 

The images that H sent me were all, except for one, what I would call, "Domestic" images, shots from around the neighbourhood or property and I launched off from there in titling and theme-ing these works around the idea of imagining this great and unorthodox creative mind ( H ) in amongst the most mundane of surroundings and how his neighbours might think of him.

 

This is pure, creative fantasy and imagination. For all I know, H lives in a very supportive and creatively enlightened neighbourhood. His altered and "Lynchian" domestic images sparked these ideas. I attached Tom Waits' "What's He Building?" to the first image as a music link to support this fantasy / flight of imagination. You could use the same song for this and the next image coming up, too.

 

The neighbourhood gossip I've added as text is a further development of that theme and something, sad to say, that's pretty universal. I had friends who lived in Shaker Heights, a very upscale neighbourhood in Cleveland, OH, that heard their neighbours saying these words over their bushes about them, almost verbatim. So drawing from memory, I included it here.

 

I look forward to doing more collaboration with Harsubagh as I think it's a rich mine we both have to explore.

 

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Title: "L'Espace céleste et la nature tropicale, description physique de l'univers ... préface de M. Babinet, dessins de Yan' Dargent"

Author: Liais, Emmanuel

Contributor: BABINET, Jacques.

Contributor: DARGENT, Jean Édouard - calling himself Yan' Dargent

Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10003.d.10."

Page: 199

Place of Publishing: Paris

Date of Publishing: 1866

Issuance: monographic

Identifier: 002161070

 

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A SOOC archived image...for Scarlet Sunday and Sunshine Sundays color themes for today..one of my contacts, flickr.com/photos/nick_land/3282117818/ had been uploading his images of his red Passion Flowers (Passiflora)..which reminded me of all the ones I took of the first blossoms of my plant last summer..the dear plant now seems to be on her last legs..I am hoping for a comeback this spring/summer..as this variety is hard to find..and I had to go down south to San Diego to buy this one.. Well, anyway..here's hoping everyone had a gr8 V-Day...and have a super Sunday!! ;-D

 

passionate dream

 

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A Promotional Image (Natural light portrait) promoting Ahmad Farzad's Recording Studio (King of the Jungle Productions - The-Studio-at-Vestavia -

kjppro.com

with his chief engineer Steve Stanek). My son the one on the left! (Yes I am very old!)

 

From Over the mountain journal:

 

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Upbeat about Their Business

 

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KJP owner Ahmad Farzad, left, and KJPhead engineer Steve Stanek

 

By Laura McAlister

Journal Editor

 

The outside of one of Vestavia Hills’ newest businesses is nothing out of the ordinary. But step inside and it’s clear that The Studio is different.

 

The Studio is home to a one-of-a-kind music studio, KJP, slated to officially open later this month. Ahmad A. Farzad is owner and, along with friend and business partner Steve Stanek, KJP’s head engineer.

 

The Studio is on Montgomery Highway in the former home of Frames and Fantasies. The space was completely gutted with three digital photography rooms added in the front for Ahmad’s sister Paris Farzad’s photography classes. KJP is housed in the back of the building.

 

Ahmad and Steve sought input from some of the music industry’s most respected producers to create a studio that would allow the best sound quality.

 

“Everything in here is mathematically and scientifically correct,” Ahmad said. “Everything was thought out. We weren’t just building a studio. This was designed with an artistic approach.”

 

Although music has always been Ahmad’s passion – he’s played in bands since he was 15 – it wasn’t always his career path.

 

After graduating from Vestavia Hills High School, he attended the University of Alabama for two years. During that time, four of his friends died.

 

“That’s when I realized I wasn’t doing what I wanted,” he said. “It seemed right that I pursue my passion. I applied to Berklee and got my degree in music business management.”

 

Ahmad graduated from the Berklee School of music with a degree in music business management. He worked in the music industry in New York City as a producer, learning from some of the best. He met Steve, who also was passionate about music but wasn’t in the business at the time.

 

Originally from Chicago, Steve wasn’t sure about moving to Alabama. But the idea of working with Ahmad and opening the recording studio quickly cast out any of his doubts.

 

“It’s a really special studio,” Steve said. “It took like three months and a couple Excel sheets just to get the wiring worked out, and I feel like we’ve really got a place that artists can pour their soul into.”

 

What they ended up with is a studio that allows for the best live sound, the business partners said.

 

The door leading into the recording studio is vacuum sealed and covered with Ceeulose fiber, as are the ceilings. The fiber, made from a mixture of newspaper and glue, is used to soundproof the space.

 

The studio has two major rooms: the live room, where performances take place, and the control room, where the recording and “critical audio decisions are made,” Ahmad said.

 

“We do the recording in one room, and then we have the control room,” Ahmad said. “We knew it had to be super honest. It’s got great sound. This is really art going on in here. Chances are, the room helps you sound better.”

 

The speakers in the recording studio are custom-built and enclosed in concrete weighing about 350 pounds.

 

Through Ahmad and Steve’s relationship with Black Lion Audio, a company that specializes in audio equipment and design for some of the industry’s top producers, they were able to have a specific set of converters custom-built that only KJP and three of the music industry top producers own.

 

“They sound wildly impressive and are incredibly rare,” Ahmad said. “Our set is extra specialized which makes it stand alone among its three other brother/sister units. Black Lion Audio are capturing the ears and hearts of users in every facet of the music industry.”

 

Steve and Ahmad wanted the studio not only to produce the best sound quality but also to be comfortable. The concrete floors are covered with Oriental rugs, and there’s even a couch and sitting area in the recording room.

 

Ahmad and Steve said they’re open to just about anybody recording in their studio, from serious performers to those who just want to have a little fun.

 

Although The Studio hasn’t officially opened, Ahmad said they are booking up fast, and he’s excited about what’s in store for them.

 

“This is just really one of the most exciting times in my life,” Ahmad said. “Every day is a blessing.”

    

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"God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them." ~ Genesis 1:27

 

Love and Sexuality...

 

"Since God created men and women in His image, we are made for Love!"

 

"God's plan for human Love and sexuality is good news! "The joy of love experienced by families is also the joy of the Church" (Amoris Laetitia, no. 1). All that the Catholic Church teaches about human Love and sexuality comes from this truth: that God, who is Love, created all people in his image—male and female he created them—to share His Love and therefore to reflect His Love in the world and in their lives. Jesus Christ fully reveals who God is as a Triune communion of Love—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. He shows us the face of God, and shows us who we are, and who we are called to be. Love and sexuality are bound up in this noble Truth!

 

"Catholic teachings on Love and Sexuality are founded on God's revelation of Himself in Christ Jesus—as handed on through Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition (see CCC, nos. 74-100), accessible to the light of Faith; and, on the nature of the human person and the natural moral law, accessible to right reason and illuminated by Faith.

 

"Here we will consider what it means to be made in God's image, why male and female are foundational to God's design, the gift of Love, the nature of marriage, and why chastity is essential to Love rightly.

 

"To learn more about God's plan for Love and Sexuality, please explore the sections below on this page. Also, see The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), nos. 355-421, 1601-1666, 2331-2400, and 2514-2533."

 

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As soon as he realized he had known nothing his whole life, there was no excuse, he had to leave and find his new home.

 

I feel totally surreal today :)

 

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Title: "Johann Schöner ... A reproduction of his Globe of 1523, long lost, his dedicatory letter to Reymer von Streytperck and the “De Moluccis” of Maximilianus Transylvanus, with new translations and notes on the globe by H. Stevens ... Edited with an introduction and bibliography by C. H. Coote. L.P"

Author: SCHOENER, Johann - Professor of Mathematics at Nuremberg

Contributor: COOTE, Charles Henry - of the British Museum

Contributor: STEVENS, Henry - F.S.A., of Vermont

Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10002.ee.13."

Page: 224

Place of Publishing: London

Date of Publishing: 1888

Publisher: H. Stevens & Sons

Issuance: monographic

Identifier: 003291312

 

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Identifier: franciscodezurba00casc

Title: Francisco de Zurbaran; his epoch, his life and his works

Year: 1918 (1910s)

Authors: Cascales y Muñoz, José, 1865- Evans, Nellie Seelye, "Mrs. Dudley Evans," tr

Subjects: Zurbarán, Francisco, 1598-1664

Publisher: New York, Priv. print

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

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leshare most natural, and the hands and heads of his worldlyfigures are generally swarthy or even bronzed. He sel-dom renders the true relation of values. He who was socareful in rendering the bodily form of the subjects hepainted, did not consider light as an important factor inestablishing planes and distances: he only uses it, whenhe thinks it convenient, as an element of expression. Ialso wish to note the difference of coloring existing be-tween Ribera and Zurbarán, although some critics, on thecontrary, find points of contact in their execution. Bothtake interest in the plasticity of figures, and both studynature with the tenacity of the artist who endeavors togive to all things their proper atmosphere; but the son ofFuente de Cantos does not produce the effect in relief,sometimes wonderful, which is one of Espajloletos tri-umphs. Forms do not appear in his canvases in thesculptural manner, and with the perfect knowledge ofanatomy and muscular development revealed in the cap- 96

 

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Collection of Mr. D. J. Macdougall, Seville. tivating works of the painter of D. Pedro Girón, duke ofOsuna, and of the Count of Monterey, viceroy of Naples.This is true so far as it refers to the vision of human form.In regard to the method of the painter to fix upon thecanvas the image of the real, his ability to realize it isvery inconsiderable. Ribera, in most instances, treatsall equally, often detrimental to quality, and conse-quently to the nature of things, whether the livingbody or the inanimate, his pencilling being ample,broad, powerful and never careless. Never does theelan, the dash of execution suffer a moment of doubt orhesitation. There is a warmth, an impulse and such har-mony of mechanism, that if I may be permitted, I wouldsay that the pictures of the son of Játiba sprang from animperative command of a state of the soul, which keptthe artist at a high tension during the time he was work-ing. We do not see this in Zurbarán. Besides the posi-tive difference which ex

  

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"...he will be our friend for always and always and always..." Rudyard Kipling

  

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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.

MUSIC

 

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Flavio is a talented eclectic photograph with a great imagination. His images are really unique and interesting. His stream is full of fantastic surprises. He also loves music and he can see it (that is true !). With his permission, I took his 2 portraits to mix with my picture.

Thanks Flavio !!

 

Flavio est un talenteux photographe rempli d'imagination. Il est éclectique et ses images sont uniques. Son blog est plein de surprises. Il adore la musique et il peut la voir (c'est la vérité !). Avec sa permission, j'ai pris deux petits portraits de lui, sur son blog, pour bâtir mes images. Merci Flavio !!

 

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The warblers are small and they are fast and one usually hears them before they see them. It is a study all of it's own to learn all the many species. This image is one of the palm warbler and he was so beautiful that he caught my eye and of course just one picture lol !!

 

Wishing you a lovely evening !!!!!!

Τhis image is fortunately unfortunate: I accidentaly moved the tripod to the left just when the 15sec exposure started (as the weird city lights indicate), however it was just what was needed to capture the thunder trident....

Canon Powershot A710IS (ISO80, f/8, 15sec)

 

And on the Greek edition of National Geographic ! ...

 

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This image was taken up in the mountains of Costa Rica. It was one of the most sought after species in South America and is the National bird of Guatemala. This is an image of the male and he is just gorgeous with the vibrant color of his plumage and the bright red breast feathers. It was truly one of the highlights of our trip.

This image done in response to the #PryceMacabreHalloweenChallenge . I so do love his challenges and this image has been on my mind for some time. Thank you Lawrence for providing these creative challenges for us!

 

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Your voice gives me life

Your eyes heal my soul

That’s what he told me

So those things had to go . . .

  

(Mask is: :GB::Barb-wired mask (Female) Blood )

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

 

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Don't judge him by his looks.He is a kind scarecrow. :) :)

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The rest is painting with photoshop CC 2015

 

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He's very cute.

And very mischievous!

 

Good news -- he slept through the night for the last three nights.. woo hoo!

 

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him, her ...two people together, trying to overcome time, space and reality.

 

That's all there is to it.

  

A motion blur series about "him" and about "her", that is constantly in my mind and that I intend to work on, but didn't have the time lately. I have a few more unprocessed images in this series waiting for me and I hope I'll be able to concentrate and work on them soon.

 

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Identifier: williampainterhi00pain

Title: William Painter and his father, Dr. Edward Painter : sketches and reminiscences

Year: 1914 (1910s)

Authors: Painter, Orrin Chalfant, 1864- comp

Subjects: Painter, William, 1838-1906 Painter, Edward, 1812-1875 Crown Cork and Seal Company, Baltimore, Md Bottling machinery

Publisher: Baltimore : Arundel Press

Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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eager and anxious to s-ee tlicir new houses as you little children are to peep intoyour stockings after Kris-Kringle has lilled them with good things. After I tell you about old Umba-habba, or Half-a-day, I must finish my story,or you will grow tired of listening. He is a great fat old Indian who comes up tothe Age7icy for vamoos-ka (bread) and matches. On one occasion we intimated thegreat necessity there was for a change of linen, and also the use of soap and water,and presented him with a good warm flannel shirt. A few days after we saw himwending his way over the prairies, and before reaching the house, he sat down bythe roadside, threw off his robe to the waist, and scraping up the snow around him,washed his arms and face, stroked up his hair, then unfolded the new garment hehad snugly tucked away, slipped it on, and came walking up to the Agency, puffing,and fanning himself, although the weather was bitter cold. I must now bid you good-bye. It may be you will hear from me again.

 

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Mu.s. Louisa Gilpin Painter on the Nebraska PRAIRIES IN 18T1. 128 THREE YEARS AMONGST THE OMAHA INDIANS.By Emilie Painter Jackson. (Ilibliihcd in Ihc Friends liilclli(jrnrcr. in li;S7.) In the year 18(J1), while our country wa.s gradually readjustiug its atfairs, andseeking to regain its normal condition after the terrible ordeal of civil war, GeneralGrant, then at tlie helm of Government wisely guiding the ship of state, inaugurateda Peace Policy towards the Indians, which at once endeared liiui to the lovers of itspure principles. His design was to select men from the different religious denomina-tions to act as agents to various tribes, instead of having them placed under thecare and supervision of the War Department, as heretofore. This humanitarianstep, taken by a great soldier whose sword had scarcely been sheathed in its scab-bard, met with loud applause and hearty commendation, and measures were immedi-ately taken to select the right men for the responsible position; and but a

  

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As I passed, he popped his head out of this old barn, posed as I took this and then went in. How could I not accept his gracious offer?

 

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p.s. It feels really, really good to be back on Flickr seeing your work and to be capturing images again. :)

Pibb the Sandhill Crane Chick was testing out his wings today, and I predict he will fly in a couple of weeks, and be able to really fly away with Classic and Cherry in about 3 weeks. They will return to the property and their nesting area each evening for some weeks after that, and then, they will go elsewhere, hopefully even the empty lot next to our house to forage, but I will see less of them.

 

I was photographing the family today, and getting some shots of the parents for a change, when I saw Pibb fluffing his wings out of the corner of my eye. The first shot, I clipped his right wing a little, but I still think it’s pretty darn cute. My favorite is the one I titled, “I Believe I Can Fly!”. It will be a four photo series. I’m posting them one at a time, and once I have done so, I’ll put them at the beginning of my Sandhill Crane set as a slideshow in case you want to see these four shots in order.

 

I am a Craniac! So this is a special time of year when my photostream gets very Sandhill Crane-ee! I hope my fellow craniacs and flickr friends enjoy them. I definitely can’t help myself. I have been photographing this family for four seasons now. It never gets old, and I am so blessed to watch their lives and be able to share that joy with others. I also hope people will find it educational.

 

For more information on these and other cranes, go to www.savingcranes.org. Also check out www.operationmigration.org. Many crane species still need our help, and the whooping crane migration project is fascinating and inspiring!

 

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His image lingered ineffably in the marketplace of illusions.

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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

A reflection in a lake.

Thank you for taking the time to view fave & possibly make a comment. Your view on my images & my narrative is always appreciated. Thank you. Happy Days Happy Ways Happy Sunday to one & all 🙏

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