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just another macro from me:)

there will only be a few more this time around i think:))


have to post and run, off to a party at work of all places:)) will be fun:))


hope you all are doing great and you are having a great weekend:))


thanks alot for stopping by and for leaving comments and faves, much appreciated:)))


johnny :))

(Nikon 300mm/2.8 TC 1.7 (500mm) 1/125 @ f8 ISO 800)


This Big Boy was defending his turf against three Hummers who wanted to share breakfast.


Hummingbirds are small, colorful birds with iridescent feathers. Their name comes from the fact that they flap their wings so fast (about 80 times per second) that they make a humming noise.


Hummingbirds can fly right, left, up, down, backwards, and even upside down. They are also able to hover by flapping their wings in a figure-8 pattern.


They have a specialized long and tapered bill that is used to obtain nectar from the center of long, tubular flowers.


The hummingbird’s feet are used for perching only, and are not used for hopping or walking.

Hummingbirds primarily eat flower nectar, tree sap, insects and pollen.


The hummingbird’s fast breathing rate, fast heartbeat and high body temperature require that they eat often. They also require an enormous amount of food each day.


Hummingbirds have a long tongue which they use to lick their food at a rate of up to 13 licks per second.


It is difficult to estimate population numbers since there are many different species spanning a large geographic area.


Hummingbirds are found only in the Western Hemisphere, from southeastern Alaska to southern Chile, although most live in the tropics. There are more than 300 species of hummingbirds, 12 of which summer in North America and winter in tropical areas.


Like other birds, hummingbirds communicate via visual displays. Hummingbirds are very territorial and have been observed chasing each other and even larger birds such as hawks away from their territories.



Gestation: 13-22 days.

Clutch size: Between 1-3 eggs.

The young start to fly in 18 to 30 days.

Some beautiful light across Roseberry Topping and Teesside today prompted me to take this 6 shot panorama. It was quite a trek to get there as the sun was setting and as usual Lady Roseberry was choc a bloc with hikers and families out enjoying the snow. I'm just glad there was enough of the white stuff still hanging around - I've been trying to get a decent snow shot in my photostream for ages....


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Orange button top mushrooms found in the woods at Iron Hill Museum located in Newark Delaware. Photograph created by Melissa Fague.


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Near one of the tops of the Borgustan ridge in vicinities of Kislovodsk

I'm not sure what happened here - I was setting up the camera for reflections of the sunset on the water when this fellow walked into the scene. I grabbed a few quick shots before he left and wound up with these heavily saturated colors. It's over the top but I liked the color transition of the bluer water in the foreground to the orange in the background.

taking a nice chunk out of the top of a wave

Harris Checkerspot butterfly taking nectar from a cluster of Dogwood florets.


Considered habitat limited and rare. Found in calcareous fens and bogs, its caterpillar overwinters at the base of its host plant, the flat topped daisy. As such, it's vulnerable to fire.


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Its not often I see a guy wearing a top hat, but today was one of those days.


Taken in Norwich

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mk.II

Olympus M.Zuiko 45/f1.8


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This is the top section of Winniweta Falls near Jackson, NH

The Strip !!!!!!!!!


Click on Image for Large !!!!!!!!

The sun sets behind Roseberry Topping.


Best in lightbox.


Seen in explore 31/01/13 #182


Paul Downing Photography



Top Cat !





Top Cat, the most effectual

Top Cat, whose intellectual

Close friends get to call him T.C.

Providing it's with dignity


Top Cat

The indisputable leader of the gang

He's the boss, he's the pip

He's the championship

He's the most tip top

Top Cat


Yes he's the chief, he's the king

But above everything

He's the most tip top

Top Cat


Top Cat !


Top of Mize Mill Falls located in the Sipsey wilderness, Bankhead National Forest.



I am so excited right now about this "fooling around with my hand-dyed fabrics", I just have to share this with you. I have never done anything like this, but I had the best of time sewing this top. Now it's time to quilt, which I hope will be fun too.

The top is 33"x 38" and all fabrics are hand-dyed by me, they are all part of my very first batch of dyed fabrics.

Walking high among the forest trees.

I was on a higher level of the walkway looking down here.

The Tree Top Walk at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, Vancouver. B.C.


I've been TAGGED!!! Here are my top Blythe photos for 2010!!!! Late to the game so I don't know who to tag, so ANYONE who wants to play ac.



1. Top Viewed - "All Tied Up" - This one actually made front page of Explore. yahoo!!!!

2. Personal Fave - "A Magical Ride" - Hard to choose just one when I love all my girls!

3. Top Faved - "The Light is Gonna Get Me"

4. Top Commented - "Raining Blossoms" - This is actually my 2nd top commented photo. My first was also my top faved.


Viewed from Sky Top Tower, Mohonk Mountain on November 12,2007.


Elevation: 1542 feet


When I first seen this reservoir, I thought it was an enchanted pool because of all the white rocks surrounding it.

The last of three images of the "Top of Troy" building in Troy, MI... a suburb of Detroit.

Climbing the Mont Blanc Massif - Chamonix, France

Ja, en dan is het genieten geblazen van deze uitzicht!

Met een supersnelle lift ben je binnen no-time boven.

Geheel rondom kun je de stad goed bekijen, en aan de helft is een buitengedeelte met glazen wanden van ong 3 meter hoog.

Maar juist voor de fotocamera is er een opening van circa 20cm, zodat je niet vanachter het glas hoeft op te nemen.

Vlak na zonsondergang heb ik deze geplaat.

Je ziet het zakencentrum, en links op die grote verkeersplein een donkere lijn.

Dat is de metro.

Aanbevolen om bij bezoek aan deze toren vooraf te reseveren, en om voor zonsondergang naar boven te gaan, om dan ook zonsondergang te zien.

En dat dus op 800m hoogte!


English text:

After a quick lift, you get the best possible view of the city.

An around space at the top of the building with a split opening in the glasswall, it's easy to take pictures like this.

I strongly advice you to book in advance, because it's mostly sold out, and it's costs about 20 Euro via internet.

At the desk at groundfloor 80 Euro...

You see the business centre, and also the metroline crossing the traffic junction.

This all at 800m high!

Mt.Fuji, Lake Yamanaka



Strong wind hit to the top of Mt.Fuji.

Serrated lines are the climbing route of summer season.






Yamanakako-mura, Yamanashi pref, Japan

The 'Top Lock' and canalside shop along the Grand Union Canal at Braunston, Northamptonshire. A shot I have done many times, but decided to take another as I was heading to the Marina, as the sun had just popped out, and I really liked the sky.


Sadly, I had little luck with the rest of my session, and mission was aborted.


1st August 2017

The Top of Texas Tower was built in 2013, It is a newly built observation deck inside Fair Park

And the top is complete. I am sad and happy to be finished. Basting will commence tomorrow!

Tip of an echeveria plant's leaf :-)

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