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Painted ceiling of the southwest transept (Explore #107)

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Brighter On Black

 

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Unfortunately, the graffiti "artists" don't refrain from their activities even when they are out in the nature. This was photographed at a pull-off along a small access road in southern British Columbia. The concrete block was along a small stream.

 

As far as I can tell, this is Townsend's Chipmunk (Neotamias townsendii). If anyone can confirm, please let me know, or let me know if this is not the correct ID.

 

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Bee. That's it. Be!

 

Exif: ISO 640 ; f/10 ; 1/100 ; @60mm

Subject distance: 27 cm

Developed with the help of one of Trey Ratcliff's Lightroom Presets:

www.stuckincustoms.com/lightroom-presets

 

Camera: Nikon D7000

Lens: 35 mm f/2

Exposure: 35 mm, f/4,0, ¹⁄₆₄₀ Sek., ISO 100, no flash, Zeitautomatik

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This is not an animal. It's the empty carcass of a dragonfly, after leaving its "body". That thing is thinner than paper and would break just by touching it. I get a feeling that it's smiling.

 

The metamorphosis: "When the larva is ready to metamorphose into an adult, it climbs up a reed or other emergent plant. Exposure to air causes the larva to begin breathing. The skin splits at a weak spot behind the head and the adult dragonfly crawls out of its larval skin, pumps up its wings, and flies off."

 

Exif: ISO 640 ; f/9 ; 1/80 ; @60mm

Manual focus

Pale Night Productions creates video integrated animatronics. These large scale props for haunted houses were on a disney-esque scale.

 

Photo Details: Unlike many of my photos, this was not tonemapped with Photomatix. This is just processed from the RAW file in Lightroom.

 

UPDATE: Explored on January 29, 2014.

The meanders on this frame should be iconic for indecision or for some swing dance. Why going directly when you can take a hundred turns around. Actually, it could also be iconic for some of our city road maps, hahaha! Now we know where they got the inspiration :)

 

Exif: ISO 640 ; f/2.8 ; 1/800 ; @33mm

Aerial shot, in pretty bad light

.... a study of the “old” and “new” Cape Henry Lighthouses. They are in no particular order and mostly highlight details that we haven’t seen even when we have walked right by them, and a few that most people haven’t seen at all…..

 

"Today, the old Cape Henry Lighthouse silently guards the entry way into the Chesapeake Bay. Standing near the spot where in 1607 Captain Newport raised a cross to offer thanks for their safe crossing of the Atlantic, the Lighthouse is opened to the public on a seasonal schedule.

 

The architectural integrity of the tower is representative of one of John McComb's best and most important constructions. The Light also symbolizes the first bold steps the nation's new government took to fulfill its obligations to its people. With the construction of the Cape Henry Lighthouse, the waters of the Chesapeake Bay became navigable and safe ensuring steady trade and commerce on the Virginia and Maryland coasts."

 

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Yellow-headed Blackbird Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus) male photographed along the Interpretive Trail on the shores of Big Lake, St. Albert.

 

This image is the exclusive property of its author, Roger P. Kirchen, and is protected by Canadian and international copyright laws. The use of this image, in whole or in part, for any purpose other than the private online viewing, including, but not limited to copying, reproduction, publication (including web sites and blogs), "hotlinking", storage in a retrieval system (other than an internet browser as part of its normal operation), manipulation and alteration (digital or otherwise), transmission in any form or by any means (such as, but not limited to: electronic, mechanical, photocopying, photographing, recording) is expressly prohibited without the prior written permission by Roger P. Kirchen.

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Pálava PLA, Svatý kopeček NR / CHKO Pálava, PR Svatý kopeček, Czech Republic

It was difficult to ignore the fog this morning on the way to school, and I figured that it would probably be part of my 365 today.

 

EXIF:

ISO 100

1/640

F1.4

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EF17-40mm f/4L USM, ISO 640, 17 mm. 4.0 sec at f/8.0, ‒ 2 ²⁄₃ EV,

Pattern. no flash

Swallowtail was in motion constantly so I needed a very short exposure time. In this case it was 1/640 sec.

 

Staňkov - Krchleby, Czech Republic

Exposure:1/250 sec at f/5.6 - Lens:400mm - ISO:640

Percy Warner Park - February 7, 2017

Black-tailed Godwit, clearly posing for a portrait :) I kept coming closer and closer to it, begining 22 meters away, to a final 5,5 meters between us, as the exif information actually shows. I spoke baby language to the bird (you know what I mean), and it worked ! No need for hiding. I sat on the grass and pulled myself closer and closer little by little, while calling sweet words and sending loud kisses :)

 

What I like most about this shot is the way its eye catches light and reflects it inside.

 

Exif: ISO 400 ; f/5.6 ; 1/640 ; @250mm

Subject distance here = 6,75 m.

Kamuša was on an expedition in the Podyji / Thayatal National Park with me.

 

Her photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/kamusa/

 

Quite new facebook page: www.facebook.com/kamila.marcikova

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