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The golden opportunity you are seeking is in yourself. It is not in your environment, it is not in luck or chance, or the help of others; it is in yourself alone. Orison Swett Marden
~happy fence friday~
Due to a Flickr bug, lots of contact´s photos can´t be seen. If you use Firefox, this is a Mozilla script which solves the problem. Just install it :)) / Debido a un error en Flickr, muchas de las fotos de la página de contactos no aparecen. Para los que utilizáis Firefox, os dejo un script de Mozilla que resuelve el problema. Simplemente hay que instalarlo
Pico del Loro, Mazagón (Huelva - Andalucía)
Sigma 10-20mm + Cokin filter : GND8
Me han publicado un artículo en la revista Foto DNG de este mes. Si queréis echar un vistazo podéis descargarla aquí :)))
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The hidden harmony is better than the obvious.
Alexander Pope (1688 - 1744) English poet
Brushes and textures from Cheryl Tarrant, www.distressedtextures.net , and Cary Larrabee textures.
This image preceded the "Winter - Mother Nature" series, but posted later
"Still lie the sheltering snows, undimmed and white;
And reigns the winter's pregnant silence still;
No sign of spring, save that the catkins fill,
And willow stems grow daily red and bright.
These are days when ancients held a rite
Of expiation for the old year's ill,
And prayer to purify the new year's will."
- Helen Hunt Jackson, A Calendar of Sonnet's: February
When I take a photograph it's all about what my eye is drawn to when I look at a scene. In the mountains I can't help but stare in wonder at the strange aesthetic land where landscape and clouds intermingle. If I were standing above that ridgeline, I would of course think I was surrounded by fog. Some distance from the mountain, it is clear that a large cloud is pouring over the hillside, like custard over a christmas pudding.
It's a little like the first time I flew in a plane as a small child and was amazed to discover that planes could fly, not only through clouds, but above them too! Before this I hadn't known that clouds had tops to them as well. I'd thought they went all the way up - although I'm not sure where I thought they stopped. When they started bumping into the moon, perhaps?
I often wonder if children raised among these hills express such surprise that clouds and fog are one and the same. To me, fog was a just one kind of weather on a particular kind of day - and no more related to those things in the sky than a puddle is to the rain. To children growing up on the sides of mountains though, it must always always be self evident that a foggy day is just a very cloudy day…
A morning perch is disturbed! And now he's irritated at me (I point my tail feathers in your general direction). I blew out the wing a little, sorry)
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© 2013 Bong Manayon
Pentax Super A + SMC Takumar 28/3.5 + Kodak T-MAX 100
No multiple awards/invitations & Flickrivers please.
This photo has made it to explore! Rank #3 on 2013-18-02.
Ruswarp is close to where I live and I decided to try a sunset on the Esk.
Lima Beach, Bali - Indonesia. Nikon D7000, Tokina 11-16mm. Lee 0.9 Hard Graduated ND FIlter
D800 + 14-24 f/2.8, 14mm, ISO 200, 30 sec @ f/9. Really windy.. hard to keep camera perfectly still but turned out ok. Did not use long exp NR, hence a little noise in the sky. Tough to double exposure time to do this in the wind.
A view of the Wingham Brush from the little town of Wingham in NSW, Australia. Thanks for viewing, hope you like it.. via 500px ift.tt/1heFvca
Taken on a recent business trip to NZ, i was lucky to experience this beautiful sunset.
As soon as i seen the rock in this image i just knew i had to photograph it.