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Sunset colors bathe the smooth waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The exposed rocks along the Maine shoreline looked amazing there in that lighting.
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The San Francisco Bay Bridge is gorgeous at night, illuminated by 25,000 individual white LEDs lights that change patterns. This is the view from the Ferry Plaza.
I processed a balanced HDR photo from a single RAW exposure.
-- :copyright: Peter Thoeny, CC BY-NC-SA 4.0, HDR, 1 RAW exposure, NEX-6, _DSC6497_hdr1bal1b
When my GPS got lost it looped to this side road for just a mile to turn me back to the correct route. This place was there ... maybe the GPS is smarter than I think. (maybe GPS means great photo scenes)
PS: Happy WIndmill Wednesday - how could I forget?
Thank you so much for visiting my stream !!
HBW, my friends ;-))
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There are only a few days out of the year when the sunset aligns with the curve in the damaged prop. From the US Nipsic in 1889.
Quinconces Square, Bordeaux (France)
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2014 International Loupe Awards
B&W image with DAP golden age
Viewed on full screen is fantastic!
Makeup: Anita Nouryeh
Photo assistant: Jon S.
Retouching: Aaron www.xanga.com/aaronology101
New York City, 2007
Formby beach was full of birds and remarkably empty of people that day.
Unusually long raggedy feathers on the broad back of an emu at the Adelaide Zoo.
Well, it's as sensible a name as ladybird, and that's what they're called in Bulgaria and Argentina. According to Wikipedia anyway...
Thanks to another photographer, Bruce, for spotting this beauty. I don't often get this close to a perching harrier.
Images that inspire me: My Galleries
Dit is een detail van een van de drie bronzen kunstwerken aan het nieuwe hek tussen de Nieuwe Passage en het oude pand van Vroom en Dreesman in Den Haag. Kan helaas op Internet niets vinden over deze schitterende werken.
Heb ooit eens iets gelezen over zaden, zaaddozen en bloemen (of zoiets), als inspiratiebron.
Bronze tomb effigy of Geoffrey d'Eu, bishop of Amiens 1222-1236, in Amiens cathedral. Taken in 1998.