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My very first photo with my new macro lens. I think I found my niche. This is what makes me happy.

Mild HDR technique applied to one of my monsoon storm photographs.

X-Pro1 + Tamron SP90mmF/2.8

 

Hydrangea

 

I take photo of this composition every year, but this year's photo has slight different mood from the past because an unexpected resident came to the center.

  

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Source Image courtesy of lensletter "My Grandmother's China Cup"

I had to do it! Couldn't ignore this leaf!

This is SOOC, no edit here...

 

Have a great weekend everyone!

Burning the backroads,

Sucking jet fuel from the radio

Cows and corn fields flying by...

I get the opportunity to photograph Pectoral Sandpipers on average... once a year in the Okanagan Valley. They pass through in numbers only in a window of mid-September to mid-October. Last year, my best shots were taken at the Kelowna Landfill, but this year, in the glowing evening of September 11th, I captured these two shots at Robert Lake.

And I got out just in time!

 

Cantigny Park

October 19, 2014

 

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Silberblatt in der morgendlichen Herbstsonne.

Annual honesty in the morning sun.

Barton Hills.

 

Austin, Texas.

 

Olympus OM-1

Zuiko 50mm f3.5 Macro

Kodak Ektar 100 shot @ 320 / developed @ 400

 

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Spring means that our Claret Cup cactus will bloom. I have a photo of last year's blossoms on my web gallery, which shows them fully opened.

 

What amazes me is that at one time, I really thought this cactus was going to die. When we first got it, we had it in a spot that was not right. It really suffered. Instead of just throwing it out, my boyfriend put it into a much bigger pot and nearly burried it in soil. We set it outside and ignored it; it was only ever watered when it rained. Slowly it came back to life. The first year only one flower emerged, and it died within a day. But eventually it began blooming in profusion.

 

The buds appear on the plant and grow slowly over many weeks, and even after they have opened, the red flowers can last for a very long time. The centers are a bright apple-green, and that is what is visible reaching from the slowly opening blossom.

 

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OK all you creative Flickr people:

 

Official Annual Lanzetta PS Challenge.

 

I first saw this pic and thought, hmmm. this needs a dinosaur. I was going to add one, but I'm lazy.

 

So here it is: your challenge is to add a dinosaur to this shot. I alone vote, and the one voted best (meaning whoever I happen to like the most this week, meaning whoever leaves the most flattering comments in my stream) WINS!!

 

Winner receives a printed 8x12 version, the title of Most Creative PS Dude Evah, and the distinction of being cool in my book, as long as you don't live on an island outside of the U.S. Just kidding! I will include Australia.

I recognized it in the days of the child, December is winter. Some four seasons seemed to shift, but I was able to enjoy this autumn enough recently. and Surely I think that I can enjoy it this winter.

On December 16, 2012 in Igusa mori Park, Suginami ward.

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僕が子供のころの感覚では12月は冬でした。 最近では四季が少しずれているようですが、僕は今年の秋を充分楽しむことが出来ました。 きっとこの冬も楽しめると思います。

2012年12月16日、杉並区井草森公園にて。

 

Hancock County - Iowa

 

With the mild temperatures, open ponds and lack of heavy snows, the Canadians have decided to hang around a while longer!

 

I wonder how many Canadian Geese are actually in Canada? Eh?

 

Wishing all my dear flickr friends and cousins a "Blessed Christmas and prosperous New Year!"

Be Safe!

 

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plastic robins meet up to discuss the issues....

The {Zaara}Annual sale is now on!

The sale will run from now until the end of the month, September 30th. Everything in the store is 50% off.

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my bag are pack and ready to go,,see ya next week guys,,

its my vacation time,,,,,,going back to the philippines,,,,,,,,

Bart Simpson: "Hey, where'd that cool, creepy Santa come from!?"

 

John Waters: "Japan -- except over there they call him 'Annual Gift Man' and he lives on the moon."

New Jersey, the Garden State, is the third largest cranberry producing area in the United States. Each year I wait in anticipation for the annual “wet” harvest. The damns are opened allowing the bogs to flood. The reels are driven in the water to shake and beat the bushes freeing the tart autumn fruit allowing it to float to the water’s surface. The wild red berries are corralled like wild cattle, bringing them together to be vacuumed into the waiting trucks. The entire harvest lasts but a few days.

This one is annual and is part of the edible flower list, It is also used as a medicinal herb. Easy to grow...

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"Reclamation Variation" by Steven Dobbin

paint can installation (detail)

Third Place Award

 

photo by Tim Ryan

2013 balloon races in St. Louis, Mo. Held at Forest Park.

Every year I look forward to these flowers blooming in the garden...

this tiger day lily blossoms every year in front of our house and every year I end up taking pictures of it

  

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Sri Koothandavar Temple, Kooaagam, Viluppuram, Tamilnadu, May 2014.

Old Shinbashi Railway Station, Higashi Shinbashi Minato-ku Tokyo

The beautiful array of detailed wing patterns of a Cicada after molting.

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The central valley of California has a lot of monoculture. You can drive for a few minutes along the same type of crop or trees. The trees look like solders marching by in a parade. This was in the late afternoon, with the low sun producing these nice shadows.

 

I processed a single RAW exposure into a balanced HDR photo.

 

HDR, 1 RAW exposure, NEX-6, _DSC0398_hdr1bal1a

Company: Pernord Ricard

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