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Hierodula is a genus of praying mantises found throughout Asia. Many species are referred to by the common name giant Asian mantis because of their large size.
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I know just what you're saying
So please stop explaining
Don't tell me cause it hurts ... ♫♪
pose by Del May
acrilico su tela
. . Hoi Lot.
Another from the series when Maxsie and I went out in search of a sunrise, and found Don Hoi Lot (ดอนหอยหลอด) - a sandbar off the coast of Samut Songkhram.
We're planning a 5am meet tomorrow for another trip, who knows where . . . and this time we're being joined by a fellow Flickrie, Mark Austria; Mark and I have been promising to get together for over a year already.
Weatherwise, we may get no sunrise, I'm about to go to bed (you would too if you have to get up at 4am) - and at the moment it is chucking it down in torrents. The SW Monsoon knows it's only got another 6 or 7 weeks to go, and it is doing it's level best to get it's money's worth!
Wearing [KoKoLoReS] 'Colour Blocking' eyeshadows for Skin Fair 2014 (and the gorgeous new nails are from [KoKoLoReS] also)
Colonial Town of Trinidad, Cuba.
•Trinidad is located on the Caribbean coast, Province of Sancti Spiritus, south-central Cuba. Founded in 1514, this Colonial Town is a Unesco World Heritage site since 1988.
•Trinidad est situé sur la côte des Caraïbes, dans la province de Sancti Spiritus, centre-sud de Cuba. Fondée en 1514, cette ville coloniale est un site du patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco depuis 1988.
•Trinidad está ubicado en la costa del Caribe, en la provincia de Sancti Spíritus, el centro sur de Cuba. Fundada en 1514, esta ciudad colonial es un Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la Unesco desde 1988.
* ARCHITECTURE OF TRINIDAD: The architectural style of Trinidad is Neo Classical and baroque with a Moorish touch. Many of the wooden bars ornaments of the 18th century windows were replaced with decorative metal railings in the 19th century.
* ARCHITECTURE DE TRINIDAD: L'architecture de Trinidad est de style Néoclassique et baroque avec une touche mauresque. Beaucoup de barreaux de bois qui ornaient les fenêtres au 18e siècle ont été remplacés par des grilles décoratives en métal au 19e siècle.
* ARQUITECTURA DE TRINIDAD: El estilo arquitectónico de Trinidad es Neoclásico y barroco con un toque árabe. Muchas de las barras de madera adornos de las ventanas del siglo 18 fueron reemplazados con barandas de metal decorativos en el siglo 19.
I'm about ten shades of excited over how nicely this photographed :D I hope you guys like it, too!
text:Jardin and L'aube from L'artiste, by FrenchKiss
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Los lemures me encantan.............sueño verlos en libertad en su habitat natural: MADAGASCAR............quizás el año que viene.
Body of earth, don't talk of earth
Tell the story of pure mirrors
The Creator has given you this splendor--
Why talk of anything else?
Photo Mirna Bronić © All rights reserved
i do not know..how i feel about this..
it's just missing something.
Seen at #281 on Explore but not picked up by Scout.
I've been re-visiting some of the sunset shots taken when I first got my new camera... which is quite a while ago now.
thanks to all of you for making this project possible ... hugs xoxox
Of course, we all know that autumn has arrived. You see it in the subtle changes around you ... the daylight begin to get shorter, there's a change in the breeze temperatures, perhaps you might even begin to smell the changes in the environment, or the leaves begin to change colors and eventually drop off. Whatever it may be, to me it's such a wonderful feeling and probably my favorite season of the year. Disclaimer alert: I see very few of these changes in south Florida ... LOL.
In Alaska, the fall season is a very short one, as is the summer season. When fall begins approaching, it does so with speed and determination. The colors don't just have a subtle change, it's undeniable.... and it doesn't last very long at all. If we visit Alaska towards the end of summer, we try to time it just right for the fall colors to arrive and peak. That is perhaps a 3-4 day window. As you can see, I think that we timed it right. Though admittedly, I don't think that the 2014 season packed as much punch as it normally does, it still impresses those who are fortunate enough to witness it. Don't blink, it's over before you know it. :-)
As I said, in south Florida, we get a bit cheated by the arrival of fall "notice". However, we just spent the weekend in Gainesville, FL, where it was the most amazing weekend and I could definitely feel that fall was in the air ... and in the many leaves which had dropped into our open-air pool. Makes me wonder why I live where I do. Though I know that every place has it's own beauty and uniqueness ... you just have to be patient and watch for it's presence around you.
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Girls were playing with balloons again. x) I just love those little balloons so i can't help but take photos of my girls with them! :D