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Bolonia, Tarifa (Cádiz - Andalucía)
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Situated in San Sebastián and created by the sculptor Eduardo Chillida and the architect Luis Peña Ganchegui, the Peine del Viento (Wind Comb) is the perfect example of beauty in its purest state, where art and the landscape are one.
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The mist appeared to be almost boiling through the trees, as it swirled and seethed on the wind.
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Combs Moss is a Kinder Scout-esque plateau just to the North of Buxton and like it’s bigger brother can be circumnavigated fully, with great views all around.
Actually called Peine Del Viento 'Winds Comb' by Eduardo Chillida, but in these conditions the change in title for the image is quite apt i think..
I like these jellyfish because they glow and it appears as if the light ripples through their bodies. They are also hard to photograph too but I managed to catch this one.
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In the Violin series you can see some mood and detail shots of violins (actually only my old violin wich waited for this moment a near 30 years). They all where shot making use of the lovely bokeh and DOF of the AF Nikkor 28-85 f/3.5-4.5 lens, a rather old one, but what a sharpness, DOF and Bokeh, not yet acomplished by other, more modern zoom-lenses. A tribute to real glas lenses and the violin!
Refilling bird-feeder and found this Comb-footed spider (I think Enoplognatha ovata, according to my spider chart!) tending her egg sac. Took a few photos and put her carefully back from whence she came.
Lasts three months and produces a good-sized basket of dog fleece.
One of the models doesn't know I'm taking a picture.