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Explore #54 Oct 30, 2012


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If you want to succeed you should strike out on new paths, rather than travel the worn paths of accepted success.


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De laatste keer dat ik er was stonden ze alleen maar op de dijk, wat een windmolens zijn er bij gekomen zeg, het heeft toch wel een heel apart gezicht al die windmolens , dit is op de dijk bij het IJsselmeer tussen Urk en Espel


The last time I was there they were only on the dike, what a windmills have come to say, it has a very special face all those windmills, this is on the dike near the IJsselmeer between Urk and Espel.

A corner of the lake.You can ride a bicycle on the bicycle path around the whole lake.


CNN,10 of world's best bike routes for cyclists

This is a view of a hiking and bicycle path in Van Cortlandt Park, just south of the lake. It was once the Old Putnam Railroad and this was the Van Cortlandt Station.

While visiting Singha Park in Chiang Rai, there was a cycling race taking place that provided some fun photo opp's.


Who crossed the finish line first? It was a Thai :)

"When a new day begins, dare to smile gratefully.

When there is darkness, dare to be the first to shine a light.

When there is injustice, dare to be the first to condemn it.

When something seems difficult, dare to do it anyway.

When life seems to beat you down, dare to fight back.

When there seems to be no hope, dare to find some.

When you’re feeling tired, dare to keep going.

When times are tough, dare to be tougher.

When love hurts you, dare to love again.

When someone is hurting, dare to help them heal.

When another is lost, dare to help them find the way.

When a friend falls, dare to be the first to extend a hand.

When you cross paths with another, dare to make them smile.

When you feel great, dare to help someone else feel great too.

When the day has ended, dare to feel as you’ve done your best.

Dare to be the best you can

At all times, Dare to be!”

- Steve Maraboli, Life, the Truth, and Being Free


"Morning :))


Hope the last week has been kind

And I hope the weekend will be too


I have been so frickin' busy in orientation the last week

9 to 5...I seriously Do Not know how anyone does it, and still has time to do anything else :/

It like one is locked away the entire day..and when you step out at 5...the whole effin day is over :-p glad that is over!


Will be slowly catching up with all of you xxx

Anchorage Alaska puts a great deal of effort into creating safe and aesthetic bicycle paths. I took a 30 mile bike ride around the city.

Arch Rock is a natural limestone formation believed to have been formed during the post glacial age. It stands 145 feet (45 m) above the current water level of Lake Huron, on Mackinac Island, Michigan. The summit of Arch Rock can be reached, using a steep stairway from this spot, or by biking/walking on the access lane and bicycle paths from above.


Most of my previous pictures of Mackinac Island involved life on Main Street, but in fact almost all of the island is designated as a Michigan state park.

Plenty of trails at Stony Creek Metropark, on a windy overcast day. In fact, as my wife and I walked the paths for over an hour, this was the only other person we saw : )

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I said in my last photo that I had my heart set on getting that shot. I had planned to get it, tried to get it and would have been annoyed if I hadn't have got it.


This shot was the complete opposite; a spur of the moment, unplanned shot. Turns out, this is one of my favourite photos (of mine) ever!


Myself and Greg were explore some quite remote fields around Yangshuo in Guilin, at this point our guide had pointed out a very old bridge across a small stream. As we were crouched down by the water's edge, I glanced up and saw this old man on a bicycle cycling across this stone bridge.


I suddenly pictured an image in my mind; this lone man cycling along the path in his traditional hat, towards the setting sun, with the famous karst mountains forming the backdrop and framed by this single tree.


I reeling off a huge number of exposures in the hope of capturing anything at all. On reviewing these, picking three for an HDR and a hell of a lot of post-processing to make it just how I'd imagined, this is the result.


You know what? It's even better than I had pictured.


I'm off to Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia tonight, so I'll catch up with everyone when I'm back!


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Canon EOS 5D Mark II / ISO 100 / f/8.0 / 17-40mm @ 17mm / HDR

Dark Clouds vs. Sunset


Bicycle Path, Rosendahl-Darfeld, Germany, 2017

Wish you all a very nice autumn weekend


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The Manhattan Bridge is a suspension bridge that crosses the East River in New York City, connecting Lower Manhattan (at Canal Street) with Brooklyn (at Flatbush Avenue Extension). It was the last of the three suspension bridges built across the lower East River, following the Brooklyn and the Williamsburg bridges. The bridge was opened to traffic on December 31, 1909 and was designed by Leon Moisseiff, who later designed the infamous original Tacoma Narrows Bridge that opened and collapsed in 1940. It has four vehicle lanes on the upper level (split between two roadways). The lower level has three lanes, four subway tracks, a walkway and a bikeway. The upper level, originally used for streetcars, has two lanes in each direction, and the lower level is one-way and has three lanes in peak direction. It once carried New York State Route 27 and later was planned to carry Interstate 478. No tolls are charged for motor vehicles to use the Manhattan Bridge.


The original pedestrian walkway on the south side of the bridge was reopened after forty years in June 2001. It was also used by bicycles until late summer 2004, when a dedicated bicycle path was opened on the north side of the bridge, and again in 2007 while the bike lane was used for truck access during repairs to the lower motor roadway.


Main span: 1,470 ft (448 m)

Length of suspension cables: 3224 ft (983 m)

Total length: 6,855 ft (2,089 m)


The neighborhood near the bridge on the Brooklyn side, once known as Fulton Landing has been gentrified and is called DUMBO, an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass.


To celebrate the bridge's centennial anniversary, a series of events and exhibits were organized by the New York City Bridge Centennial Commission in October 2009. These included a ceremonial parade across the Manhattan Bridge on the morning of October 4 and a fireworks display in the evening. In 2009, the bridge was also designated as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Bicycle Path, Rosendahl-Darfeld, Germany

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Last sunday, we was walking in Paulista Avenue , I was taking some shots of the people leveraging the sunny day , has a bicycle path all sundays ...when my hubby said ...look the car !! I turned and took one only shot of "my red dream car"


Hope you all are going well :)

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On the horizon there's the island of Texel [pronounced Tessel in Dutch].

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He is so beautiful, so confident, so impressive. He is a leopard as a leopard should be; wild and free. He hunts for his food and gets hunted by his blood enemies. He is not a pampered pet; he is a ferocious dangerous wild cat. His life is one of many dangers, if he makes a mistake, he may have to pay for it with death. If he gets injured, he cannot hunt and will die. If he crosses the wrong path, he may have to fight for his life. He is father to many cubs and dominant male to many females.


But to me he is just the most stunningly beautiful creature on earth... The "Bicycle Crossing Male" Leopard of Mala Mala.


Now this might not be the best picture of him but to me it represents one of the dearest shots I took during my stay in SA.


This picture was shot on one of the most exciting days of my entire stay in Mala Mala. If you want you can read what else happened what made it such a wonderful day in the Wildlife Diary.

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A SB Canadian National train with 106 cars rumbling under the IL Prairie Path flyover in Wayne, IL The Prairie Path formerly was the right of way for the Chicago Aurora & Elgin passenger service. This Flyover bridge was built in 2010 for bicycle and pedestrian traffic. When the CA&E ceased operations in 1959, apparently the original bridge over these tracks was removed, and until 2010 the Prairie Path crossed the EJ&E (now Canadian National) tracks at grade. Thanks to Clarke Renard for the suggestion to redo this with a sunlit SB freight

For some great shots of the CA&E when it was in operation:


Kaaphoofd, Den Helder, North-Holland, the Netherlands.


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The incredibly beautiful view of a church in Stowe, VT. The bicycle path sure takes you there, but this view is seen from the road near Aveda salon. There are a million photographs of this location, and now add one more. I just had to get one :)

A grain train (CP 498) heads east across the Mississippi River in Hastings, MN.


This bridge was built in 1981. More info:


Power is CP 8652 and CP 5750.


Note: this was shot from the narrow sidewalk on the US61 bridge, which is getting replaced over the next few years by a new one that's being built behind the camera in this angle. The new structure will have a luxurious 12' wide shared pedestrian & bicycle path on the "correct," insofar as photography of the MILW bridge is concerned, side of the bridge. It won't be ready until 2013, so there's still plenty of time to enjoy traffic whizzing by without a guard rail.

Bicycle path

Rosendahl-Darfeld, Germany

Bir Hakeim Bridge, Paris

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"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving".


~Albert Einstein


This is fun shot from my photo-walk. Instead of Spring I found a huge number of cyclists ... it means we had a very nice weather this weekend :)


In Punit Van, Gandhinagar, Gujarat

Spent the greater part of the week revisiting a few of my favorite moments behind the camera to prepare for submission to an upcoming show. Here's one from the archives, reprocessed and this time with color.

From my last ride with my bicycle. This view remembers me at a pyramid, a path trough the vineyards and above a wonderful cloudy sky. Mother Earth is so beautiful, isn´t it?!


Have a wonderful Sunday and a nice week, dear friends!


Gestern war ich mit dem Radel unterwegs. Der Himmel zauberte immer neue wundervolle Bilder an den Himmel. Die ganze Woche über kam ich nicht raus in die Landschaft und hier konnte ich aufatmen. Ist unsere Mutter Natur nicht herrlich?!


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A quick stop off to the Point Lobos State Natural Reserve on my bicycle tour of the Pacific Coast Route.

A week of the beautiful weather,

and autumn enjoyed in Gelderland.

Summery tempratures and beautiful autumn colors.

Wish you all a very nice and sunny weekend.


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Gracias a todos por vuestra visita y comentarios.

Thank you very much for your visit and comments.

Illinois Prairie Path, Wheaton

If it's dry, I go to work by bike. ( 13 km ) And yesterday, I got a great sunset on this path.

This follows the path of the old train tracks through forests, fields and towns in Orange County, New York. We had tons of fun bicycling all summer through here, as it was filled with runners, walkers, skaters, and other cyclists on hot, humid sunny days. But when the autumn weather turned wet and foggy, the trail turned it's most colorful almost in private, after all was quiet.

Todays theme on "our Daily Challenge" is "10 minutes from home".

About 10 minutes from home I have two lakes connected by this stream going through a park. My bicycle path to work goes through here and this time of year it is loveley to be able to follow how nature really awakens from it's long slumber.

I had to take a closer look at the colorful sculpture that's part of a new archway where a bicycle and pedestrian path will enter Overton Park's east side in Midtown Memphis. The artist who created the piece is Tylur French; the sculpture contains 315 used bikes.

23 August 2012


The 'road' at the left side is a cycle path :)

Que sera?


All voyages start in morning mist.




Auf der Suche nach Abenteuer

Eine Außenmission im Vorfrühlingsnebel und aufgehender Sonne.




Falls Psychologie interessiert:

Auf der Suche nach Abenteuern oder der Drang, eine Persona zu entwickeln.

Du willst etwas sein… unbedingt… du glaubst, wenn du das bist, hast du dein Glück, deine Zufriedenheit erreicht. Was treibt dich an? Wie nennst du deine Wünsche, deine Gelüste, deine Befriedigungen? Sex? Anerkennung? Von wem möchtest du Bestätigung? Wer ist deine höchste Autorität? Deine Frau? Dein Mann? Das Volk? Gott?

Wenn Gott aber nur in deinem Inneren zu finden ist, was alle Mystiker bestätigen, dann sollte die höchste Autorität, die dir Anerkennung schenken kann, in dir selbst liegen. Die Zufriedenheit und mit ihr das Glück kann logischer Weise nur durch Selbstakzeptanz erreicht werden. Alle anderen, auf das Außen bezogenen Versuche dauerhaftes Glück erreichen zu wollen müssen scheitern. Kein Gott im Himmel kann dich glücklich machen, nur das Göttliche in dir.

Aus dieser Sicht ist der Versuch, etwas zu sein, etwas Besonderes zu tun oder werden zu wollen eine Ablenkung vom göttlichen Wesenskern. Wenn aber alles von Gott kommt, und daran besteht aus mystischer Sicht kein Zweifel, dann auch das, was dich ablenkt. Schließlich entdeckst du, wie hilfreich der Wahn (die Illusionen) sind, ein wirkliches Leben (Alltag) zu leben. Das Ego lebt dieses Leben. Und wenn es erkennt, dass es „Gottes Sohn“ ist, freut es sich über seine Existenz und darüber, im Alltag zur Erlösung aus der Leidensgeschichte (des Egos) bei sich selbst und Freunden beitragen zu können.






This is digital art work, not reality.

Das Bild ist ein digital hergestelltes Werk.

Jede Ähnlichkeit mit realen Gegebenheiten wäre rein zufällig.


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Bicycle Path, Höpinger Strasse, Rosendahl-Darfeld, Germany

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