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This amazing Iris was on the way out, but the new shapes it created were almost as breathtaking as when it was at its best.

Happy Thursday guys - the week is nearly over!

Mr. Robson the simplicity of beauty for your Bday!

 

Corra e olhe o céu

O sol vem trazer

Bom dia!

 

Today’s soundtrack: Corra e olhe o céu – Cartola

 

Asian art has always been a favorite. I've had this concept in mind for the longest time. I finally managed to execute it. Hope you like this!

 

I call this beauty. The two chinese characters actually mean beautiful.

 

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Great if seen View On Black Larger.Thanks

“Beauty without virtue is like a rose without scent.”

 

Proverb

Explored and framed this beauty when I went for a brisk walk around the lake in the morning. Place: Burnham-on-sea, Somerset, UK.

Sometimes beauty needs to be simplified... just so it can be appreciated.

For every beauty there is an eye somewhere to see it. For every truth there is an ear somewhere to hear it. For every love there is a heart somewhere to receive it.

Ivan Panin

  

NEW: "i love your work 35"

Beauty & The Beast

 

Have a beautiful Sunday my flickr friends! I hope you all will like this shot!

 

Hugs,

Kim

A flower spike of Aechmea fasciata, a bromeliad, partially sunlit.

 

f/14 ISO 200 1/30 Pentax 100mm Pentax K-5

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“The most refined skills of color printing, the intricate techniques of wide-angle photography, provide us pictures of trivia bigger and more real than life. We forget that we see trivia and notice only that the reproduction is so good. Man fulfils his dream and by photographic magic produces a precise image of the Grand Canyon. The result is not that he adores nature or beauty the more. Instead he adores his camera -- and himself.”

~Daniel J. Boorstin

Beauty sunset in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines

A moody Mount Beauty Pondage sunrise captured in Autumn highlighting the poplars in full colour.

“Life is full of beauty. Notice it. Notice the bumble bee, the small child, and the smiling faces. Smell the rain, and feel the wind. Live your life to the fullest potential, and fight for your dreams.” - Ashley Smith

17.aug.09 - © All rights reserved !!!!!! ..play fair !!!

 

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# serene white cosmos+dill .or ...the flower angel !

 

be again offline today (tuesday) for clearing the dschungle garden of friends!

wish you all a wonderful summerday!

 

thanks for your overwhelming (me :-)) response , your faves, comments and all encouragement and appreciation of beauty!

If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.

Pentax K-30

Shot this the other day between rain with my new canon 50D along with my 100 mm macro. I like how they work together. I think I will have many hours of enjoyment with this new camera!

.....It's beauty that captures your attention; personality which captures your heart.....

 

Happy Tuesday to all of you....Hope you enjoy your day and your night.....Be happy, keep smiling, and show some love...Big hugssssssss and kissessssss ....I love all of you.....xoxoxoxo

 

Today's song choice is.....

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrVksBoGwK4

I hope your week is wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!

"Broken Beauty" [E X P L O R E D] #26

 

Place : JU, BD.

 

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/\/. Beauty Decor Set available now! Not all pieces pictured, come inworld to check it out and pick up your kit today!

 

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Severalls Hospital Asylum April 14

 

One of the many infamous long corridors spanning the huge site of this abandoned UK asylum which closed its doors in 1997.

Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart.

Skin: Glam Affair -Eryn in Uber

 

Lingerie: Big Beautiful Doll - Savannah in Uber

 

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Rich Beauty : Sunrise, Carolina Beach NC

This image is ALMOST right out of the camera..

No filters used or anything.

What I did was adjust white balance to warm up the image..

  

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Beauty of the Sea of Italy

THANK YOU ALL FOR SUPERB COMMENTS .BEST WISHES FROM WALES

 

BEAUTY BE

 

How can such beauty be

Nature’s paint box of shades

From the sky rainbow

Washed with golden lights

 

Hiding under branches

Nature’s paint box of shades

And soft grey colours

Washed with silver lights

 

Only death will end them

Both will die together

Unable to live alone

Washed with golden lights

 

How can such beauty be

Nature’s paint box of shades

From the sky rainbow

Washed with golden lights

 

By Henrhyde

 

Location -Mallard Pike Lake , Forest Of Dean , Gloucester , England.

 

Pair of Mandarin Ducks.

The Mandarin Duck was introduced from the Far East, where it can still be found in China, Japan, Korea and parts of Russia. Mandarin Ducks are actually quite shy birds, often hiding beneath overhanging willows and usually only forming small flocks .They are nervous of other ducks –and are bullied by them .

A beautiful, unmistakable duck, male Mandarins have elaborate plumage with orange plumes on their cheeks, orange 'sails' on their back and pale orange sides. The female of this little duck is dull in comparison, with a grey head, brown back and white eye-stripe.

Introduced from China and now found mainly in South East England but also in the rest of England, Wales and Scotland .

      

A view from the Beauty Bay viewpoint of the I-90 bridge along Lake Coeur d'Alene. Three bays are in view: Blue Creek, Wolf Lodge and Beauty Bay.

 

Hundreds of bald eagles gather here November to January to dine on spawned kokanee. Here's where I've captured most of my eagle images. Fun.

 

Have a wonderful Friday and weekend!

but not everyone sees it.

 

~Confucius

 

Thank you for you for stopping by and leaving a comment. I'll catch up with you over the weekend!

  

A new piece from a breezy, beautiful shoot with @foxorz, wearing a beautiful creation by @squirrelvscoyote.

 

I've been thinking about the topic of beauty for the sake of beauty in relation to art. I think, in my desire to grow as an artist, I had been rejecting works of mine that weren't pushing the envelope "enough," existing in a space of merely being pleasing to the eye. But what I've been realizing lately is that beauty for the sake of itself has a place in the art world, and in the world at large. Something beautiful can lift someone's spirits--can remind someone that life is indeed worth living. For me, that's reason aplenty to make something beautiful.

 

And even in those "simple" pieces that seem to not have much of a message, they are helping me to become a better artist. In the process of making each piece, I am growing--I am learning what works and what doesn't. In the simpler pieces, I may feel emboldened to try a risky technique, or simply to further hone the tools in my tool pouch. My technique is expanding, even when it feels like it isn't. The ability to create freely, without judgement, and to allow myself to *play* is deeply important to me as a person and an artist. When I stifle myself because the work isn't "enough," I hinder my growth.

 

I didn't realize it until very recently, but when I cut myself off at the pass, I'm adopting a toxic attitude toward myself that is not serving my highest self in the slightest. Mostly what I didn't realize was that my harsh internal criticism was hurting--not helping. I'm the sort of person who believes that I should always be pushing to grow, but that growth can't always come from a place of such harshness. A place that lacks freedom of movement and *play*. The critique must be balanced. Critique is important, YES! But balance is equally as important, on either end of the spectrum.

 

We never know why someone has created what they chose to create, and social media can muffle and confuse things further. But the fact that people *are* creating, whatever they choose to make, well, that, to me, is making the world a better place. I don't have to like what everyone is making, and I don't always have to like what I've made, either. But artists have a responsibility to themselves and the world to *keep going* no matter what. If we can inspire one another and be inspired, the growth will come, and the art already matters and is already doing its job!

 

Thank you for flexing my brain on this topic and chatting with me at length about it, @reddwalitzki, @adricknight, @karilise, @casstronaut. Love you all.

If you want to see the before and after go here: Rand•R ♦ Photos

 

Beauty Nature Luminescence is a photo by Travis Blessing on Unsplash but post-processed as a Fine Art photo by me using Photoshop and Lightroom. Please let me know what you think.

 

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It was only through breaking that the inner beauty of this banded tulip shell was revealed. Notice the spiraled spine inside and the circling bands of color on the outside.

Inspired title from the beauty that is Infinity Bridge in Stockton on Tees.

 

View On Black

 

Made Explore #26 27th October 2012.

 

"Infinity (symbol: ∞) refers to something without any limit, and is a concept relevant in a number of fields, predominantly mathematics and physics.

 

The English word infinity derives from Latin infinitas, which can be translated as "unboundedness", itself derived from the Greek word apeiros, meaning "endless."

 

Source: Wikipedia

 

This is an earlier image just when I'd tried out every composition this side of the bridge! I was planning on going back over to where I had started from to try more compositions but as you saw yesterday, I started making some images from on the bridge and then the heavens opened up!

 

I created this image with three filters on, my favourite two the KOOD ND4, a Lee 0.9 Hard Grad but this time added a Lee 0.6 Soft Grad. I love the feel they give to the image, almost a steely blue with my eyes!

 

Camera Nikon D80

Lens Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM

Exposure 13

Aperturef/16.0

Focal Length13 mm

ISO Speed100

 

Lee 0.9 Hard Grad

Lee 0.6 Soft Grad

Kood ND4 Filter

Slik Pro 400XD Tripod

Cable Shutter Release

 

RAW File Processed in Adobe Lightroom 4

Border & Logo added in Photoshop Elements 9

 

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The brownish colour of the ice came from tannins in the water.

Golden Beauty © Wayne Moran 2006

 

"The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is to go outside, somewhere where they can be quiet, alone with the heavens, nature and God. Because only then does one feel that all is as it should be and that God wishes to see people happy, amidst the simple beauty of nature."

- Anne Frank

 

Image captured on a gorgeous evening fall walk with my son.

 

Listening to John Williams : Journey to the Island - Jurassic Park

 

While it is true I am loving my new lens, this was not taken with my new lens.... ;-)

This is the 70-300 lens...

 

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