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This is blue hour. Sydney City is a bit far away, started lit up. Red dot on the stick is not a lolly pop but Sydney Tower.
Jacaranda trees started blooming (purple flowers on the right-hand shore), spreading everywhere now.
From Gladesville Bridge over Parramatta River, NSW Australia
Blue illuminated bridge in Szczecin (Stettin) - Poland
I feel so bad I've got a worried mind
I'm so lonesome all the time
Since I left my baby behind on Blue Bayou
Saving nickels, saving dimes, working 'till the sun don't shine
Looking forward to happier times on Blue Bayou
I'm going back some day come what may to Blue Bayou
Where you sleep all day and the catfish play on Blue Bayou
All those fishing boats with their sails afloat If I could only see
That familiar sunrise through sleepy eyes, how happy I'd be
Go to see my baby again
And to be with some of my friends
Maybe I'd be happy then on Blue Bayou
I'm going back some day, gonna stay on Blue Bayou
Where the folks are fine and the world is mine on Blue Bayou
Oh, that girl of mine by my side the silver moon and the evening tide
Oh, some sweet day gonna take away this hurtin' inside
I'll never be blue, my dreams come true on Blue Bayou
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Blue Jay in a blizzard
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Blue Tufa - Tufa on Mono Lake, Mammouth Lakes, CA, USA - Copyright 2015 Martyn Phillips, M4Photo.
Tufa is a variety of limestone, formed by the precipitation of carbonate minerals from ambient temperature water bodies.
This is one of my favourite images from my Californian road trip. Mono Lake is a wonderful place where the lake is serene and the scene appears to change by the day. One this particular day, the sky turned a wonderful blue and I opted for a long exposure taking in an outcrop of the Tufa rock that protrudes out into the caustic lake from one of the small bays.
There is something magical about this place and I hope that I have captured some of that magic in this image with the smoothed water and reflections of the rock and clouds in the water.
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This image was captured outside the city of Kristiansund, at midnight, a beautiful May evening, some time ago :-)
"Czary i dobre życzenia... otulają ziemię"
(piekny komentarz, dodany ponizej przez Anie / a beautiful comment added by Ania)
The blue hour after sunset.
Another older, almost forgotten photo.
Blue Pimpernel grows among weeds and on the edges of cultivation. These flowers open between 8 a.m and 3 p.m but remain closed during humid and wet weather.
Taken at the Sweetbriar preserve annual fair on Saturday,
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This photo of the same bird was taken 2014 with my D80.
Blue Ringtail, (Austrolestes annulosus), Captured at Home Dam, Amiens Queensland
These little flowers burst with life in spring just as crocus flowers fade away, this year came little earlier, still more to come.
The Blue Angels is the United States Navy's flight demonstration squadron, with aviators from the Navy and Marines. The Blue Angels team was formed in 1946, making it the second oldest formal flying aerobatic team (under the same name) in the world, after the French Patrouille de France formed in 1931.
The Blue Angels' six demonstration pilots currently fly the McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet (Wikipedia)
Pictured here are four F/A-18 Hornets in flying formation. How these planes don't clip wings is beyond me.
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