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The last sunrise of 2013. Happy 2014 everyone!

 

Merewether Ocean Baths, Newcastle, Australia

till Summer comes

Good evening/day my friends!

Enjoy your time in flickr!

Explored..Thank you all..

"In hard times, try to count your blessings and view your troubles as lessons."

 

Explore #257 on December 13, 2007. Thanks so much for all your lovely comments, faves, invites and awards.

"Life holds so many simple blessings, each day bringing its own individual wonder."

 

Hope everyone has a wonderful Labor Day weekend.

This was taken a week or two back - early morning, foggy, sun just breaking through on pasture land just below where I live in Ipstones village.

 

I tried to use the fog and weirdly inquisitive sheep (as they are!) to create a dreamy, slightly detached rural scene.

The secret of happiness is to count your blessings while others are adding up their troubles.

William Penn

 

tones: AllEdges and Bärbel's PS/PSE actions

texture: flypaper

 

wish you a good new week :)

"I like the image that each droplet of water contains the DNA of this planet".

~ Tim Glenn

Continues to set astrophotos: krymphoto.com/master_class_astrotheme.

 

Become closer to the stars.

_________

Продолжается набор в астрофототур: krymphoto.com/master_class_astrotheme.

Станьте ближе к звездам.

  

Woody & chip awaiting " 2011"

 

I'm sure that all of you who knew Horst, knew Woody & Chip too.....Horst wanted to post this one for 2009; but he decided on J.J. & his balloons walking up our driveway....

 

Happy New Year to all our Flickr friends !!!

Ypres "Cloth Hall"

 

Looks good Large

 

Corvus is a widely distributed genus of medium-sized to large birds in the family Corvidae. The genus includes species commonly known as crows, ravens, rooks and jackdaws; there is no consistent distinction between "crows" and "ravens", and these appellations have been assigned to different species chiefly on the basis of their size, crows generally being smaller than ravens.

 

In Europe, the word "crow" is used to refer to the carrion crow or the hooded crow, while in North America, it is used for the American crow, fish crow, or the northwestern crow.

 

Recent research has found some crow species capable of not only tool use, but also tool construction. Crows are now considered to be among the world's most intelligent animals with an encephalization quotient equal to that of many non-human primates.

 

(Wikipedia)

"Count your blessings."

~ anonymous

   

view from Sankeien Gardens (Yokohama, Japan)

 

on Explore: 22 Aug 2009 at #360

An AV-8B Harrier II from VMA-214 "Black Sheep" taxis back to park at MCAS Yuma following a demonstration at the 2017 MCAS Yuma Air Show.

 

I uploaded a lot of photos from this amazing air show onto my website so click the link to check out more photos like this one:

www.radarphotography.com/mcas-yuma-air-show-2017.html

Another upload tonight as I have a bit of a backlog at the moment.

Photo #2 from the Lubitel -it's not the best but I am learning as I go!

I wish now that I'd climbed the bank and taken the photo over the fence but it was cold and the grass was wet and if I had gone up the bank the sheep would have all disappeared into the distance:-)

Seen in Chinatown, Manhattan.

Sheep on dike with mackerel sky

. . . Another shot from Old Mission Point last night, this time deliberately over exposed and with little to no noise reduction just to show the sheer number of stars out there! Of course the aurora was nowhere near this bright either, but the details of Lake Michigan and the high water levels at the point are visible now too!

 

Have a great week Facebook, Flickr, and 500px friends!

 

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had a terrible, chaotic day at work and realized i should count my luck for all the good I get out of this world.

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