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****Explored january 30th/09 - best position #24****
Thank you so much everyone!!!!
For a moment I believed! Luckily no bomb had been detonated: it was just a beautiful cloud kissed by the sun just set behind the mountain!
Per un momento ci ho creduto! Per fortuna nessuna bomba era stata fatta esplodere: era solo una magnifica nuvola baciata dal sole appena tramontato dietro la montagna!
Just a second one that I liked from this little session. You can see my other Cherry Bomb photo a few photos down...:-)
****EXPLORED FEBRUARY 2/09 - BEST POSITION #81****
Original image from the web; manipulation by me
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Another scene from my trip to the volcano in Fimmvörðuháls last week. Same night as the shot below. Jói standing "on the edge" making his shots of the erupting volcano while flaming hot lava explodes in the air.
USA Today - Volcano tourism is suddenly hot: www.usatoday.com/travel/destinations/2010-04-22-volcano-t...
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“Maybe we should develop a Crayola bomb as our next secret weapon. A happiness weapon. A beauty bomb. And every time a crisis developed, we would launch one. It would explode high in the air - explode softly - and send thousands, millions, of little parachutes into the air. Floating down to earth - boxes of Crayolas. And we wouldn't go cheap, either - not little boxes of eight. Boxes of sixty-four, with the sharpener built right in. With silver and gold and copper, magenta and peach and lime, amber and umber and all the rest. And people would smile and get a little funny look on their faces and cover the world with imagination."
All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten by Robert Fulgram
Green Heron - - - - - - ( Butorides virescens )
He has moved his bait (bread) from the shoreline to deeper water where there are plenty of fish. ( See yesterday's photo.)
He is headed to shore to wait a couple of minutes, to return when the fish are in a feeding frenzy and he'll have more choices of victim.
Lake Emerald, in Oakland Park, Florida -US- near Fort Lauderdale.
Shot from my balcony over the lake, mid-afternoon Wednesday, August 15, 2007.
See him LARGER, if you wish.
See WHERE. ( When map appears, click "Hybrid" and "+" sign for best map view.)
Veja em tamanho maior / See large size : www.flickr.com/photos/choquephotos/show/with/3029723721/
1x Nutribase Pró-Fortalecimento, Colorama
2x Cherry bomb
Minha inspiração para o nome: "Cherry bomb" - Runaways
Fiz essa misturinha há uns 6 meses e só agora estou usando... e para não deixar ninguém na mão com um "não lembro da receita", vou colocar mais ou menos como fiz, assim vocês saberão por onde começar.
Eu usei um vidro da Colorama.
Até quaaaase na metade do vidro, fiz uma mistureba de Cherry (Big Universo), Cláudia (Impala) e um teco do Carmin (Risqué). O que mais usei foi o Cherry.
Para os brilhinhos, além do Cláudia para a base vermelha, usei também o Vibracy e o Excellence, ambos da Eliana... e também usei, em maior quantidade, o Aurum (Big Universo).
Não sei quantificar exatamente quanto usei, mas aí, a quantidade de brilhos vai da preferência de cada um.
O Vibrancy e o Excellence foram tingidos de vermelho, então, pode usar um só.... o Aurum, na foto nem mostra muito, mas ele aparece bem na unha. O resultado final fica uma misturinha vermelho cereja cromada, com brilhinhos dourados, um pouco mais escuro que na foto.
Caught this beauty at the beach slipping out for a bite to eat.
Or: would you like some sugar with that tea? ;-)
Day off, murky weather in Holland, but my mom and I made the best of it :)
Thanks to Siebe for his great idea and tutorial.
And yes, we made a mess of it, but it was great fun. Using marble balls to break cups, sugar cubes, acorns, loads of coffee, tea and cookies.
Like mom said: it doesn't always have to be a landscape. And she's damned right!
Soo Line Train 944 is bombing through Boyceville, Wis., past the depot on its way to Chicago on March 15, 1979. The CP SD40s behind the lead F7 were rare catches in the 1970s.
I set up a photoshoot for my new military in action project with the EOD bomb guys. Here with Master Sergeant Small and a pretty good size fireball behind him.