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In the riding house, all dust was very visible in the low sun shining through the windows. I thought it was fun to play with it a bit :)
~Photo by Musique Gable
"All it takes is faith, trust and just a little bit of pixie dust" ~Peter Pan
My photograph taken from a flat-screen tv and digitally altered. Source: film "The Great Gatsby" (2013).
This is for three of the greatest Flickr friends. For Mike and Wes for always making me laugh and even more so the last few days. We got you good Mike! Thank you both for your wonderful testimonials also. Also for Patrick who has to be the best sport I've come across in a very long time.
Larry, my friend Jim's neighbor in Chautauqua County, New York, kicks up some dust as he mows down a tall grass meadow at sunset.
the title is from a song on Son Volt's new album American Central Dust, if you're into Alt Country or Americana do yourself a favor and grab this disc!
Some local dust storm shots (sunrise), around where I live. The temptation to go into the city and get some good shots was great, however after sucking in the dust for half an hour and seeing the mess my cameras were in I decided to stuffit!
COPYRIGHT © Eyegraphics 2009
Life is like a piano. What you get out of it depends on how you play it.
I was the one who pressed the shutter the idea and the one in the frame was from my friend, this image directly extracted from camera,uploaded and just used the EyeEm android app filter without any manipulation with photoshop or etc...
Sarychev Peak, one of the most active volcanoes of the Kuril Islands, Russia, erupted during July 1st-6th,2009.
Gas and steam plumes were seen almost daily and they drifted 20-75 km NW, NE, and SE. Plumes rose to altitudes of 1.5-3 km (4,900-10,000 ft) a.s.l. during July 4th-5th. No large ash explosions were noted after June the 16th.
Because of the eruption, and the ash and dust, we're expecting to see some colorful sunsets and sunrises here in Finland within the next two weeks.
This one is from last night, I didn't notice any difference between this sunset and others I've seen. Maybe this was a little more colorful than what I've usually seen this Summer, I don't know..
July 12th, 2009
Zodiacal Light from the west of Ireland. Visible in the evenings at this time of year, stardust scattering the light of the Sun.
"From dust you are and to dust you shall return"
100 Favs on this or "mak" or "faction" (or all combined) Will resort in the release of The 100% complete Limbo Tomorrow!
Sprucing up of a beautiful Parisian building at 25 Quai Anatole France, Paris 7th arrondissement.
[repost] Dust project #1 - a new series with portrait or auto-portrait. Searching our inner pains, find us... If you want to contact me so that I realize your portraits, two solutions : here on Flickr with mail or with my Instagram profile : @Grofbd... See u next time in photo... Love love my Flickr's Friends! <3
Carter, in the desert at Burning Man
a few more here: www.scottlikespictur.es/diary/september-2011/
"Yellow dust on a bumble
Grey lights in a woman's
Red ruins in the changing
I take you and pile high
Death will break her claws
on some I keep."
Then the light within continues offering Its truth, Death is just the opposite of Birth, Life always goes on...
A closer shot of Arran with a light dusting of snow on top.
The Isle of Arran is one of the most southerly Scottish islands and sits in the Firth of Clyde between Ayrshire and Kintyre. Arran is 19 miles long by 10 miles wide but has a remarkable diversity of landscapes and seascapes.
Best seen on black - Press L
( Explore - Dec 26, 2011 )
Rock on gold dust woman
Take your silver spoon
Dig your grave
Pick your path and I'll pray
Wake up in the morning
See your sunrise loves to go down
Lousy lovers pick their prey
But they never cry out loud
Did she make you cry
Make you break down
Shatter your illusions of love
And is it over now do you know how
Pick up the pieces and go home.
Gather white sea foam
and crystallized stars of night
and make fairy dust
For background music follow the link and enjoy Enya.
The video is amazing as well so if you wish watch it on the big screen.
A Haiku found on the internet
If anyone knows the author, please warn me so I can credit it.
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The day the great winds blew away that dust cloud from the Sahara, revealing a beautiful "normal" sky.
It was very windy up there by the crossroads, exhilarating and so wonderful to breathe fresh cold air....
The dust cloud is on the left - that has sat over the valley for days.....
Taken by Bottomdale Road above the Lune Valley 6th April 2014
JUST DUST NOW-- SAWMILL
Coal came from Ancient wood .
Timber supported the coal tunnels
In the sawmill, rough timber was sawn to make pit props ., and other items for BIG PIT , BLAENAVON , South Wales .
Now a Heritage Centre -- UNESCO