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Ink transfer onto baltic birch plywood. Original shot with a flipped lens Brownie Hawkeye Flash.

Crossing an icy Clark Fork at Noxon, Montana, on February 8, 2014, is BNSF grain train GWOLINB. CSX C40-8W No. 7305 trails BNSF ES44AC No. 5773 on this westbound shuttle train.

This is grape harvest season here in the Great Lakes region of Ontario, Canada.

Ontario Wine makers are are world renowned and have won many International awards, including for Icewines

The Icewine harvest, done entirely by hand, commences once the temperature drops below - 10 to -13 degrees C and the grapes have naturally frozen on the vines. As the frozen grapes are pressed, the natural water portion of the juice remains within the grape skins in the form of ice crystals, and a tiny but precious ration of highly concentrated juice is expressed.


Just thought I would try something different....

I just hope this is not too boring!

Hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend.....

Mine has been busy but hopefully work will slow down a bit this week....(crossing my fingers!)

Boone Fork Creek, Blue Ridge Parkway, NC


Blooming Rosebay Rhododendron line the banks of Boone Fork Creek in mid-July. Thanks to some recent thunderstorms there is a decent flow for this time of year.

A trio of CSX trains are tied down at 'Forks', just outside of Buffalo, New York on a damp November evening.

New BNSF EMD SD70ACe No. 8595 leads a westbound coal train over the Clark Fork between Thompson Falls and Belknap, Montana, on October 1, 2014.

CX3 magic.

A bit less sick now yay!

Busy teaching day.

Trying to practice too.

More tonight..I hope!


Life is full of forks.......



None of my photos are HDR or blended images, they are taken from just one shot


Sony A900 + Carl Zeiss16-35mm + ND8 + GND8 filter


P.N. del Gorbea (Vizcaya/Bizkaia - País Vasco/Euskadi)


On Black


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Update as this photo was taken just 2 days before the Slide fire started 1,000 acres have burned so far...sad............................. West Fork Trail (Oak Creek #108)

----which is north of Sedona,Az off 89A. If you ever visit Sedona--- this is a great trail to relax and take in the sights.

Been after trying this for a while, as a lightning storm rolled over the Island from the mainland, we sat on the balcony over looking the sea waiting for the passing storm to come into view and head out to sea beyond us. Be easy on me, never tried this type of photography before but I was pleased with my amateur efforts catching the forks of lightning passing through the sky.

Fast one at Budapest hof with Band /KS.


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West fork always is impressive no matter how many times I go there.

The Forks' unique history continues into its bustling market. Originally two adjacent stables for competing rail companies circa 1900, the horse stalls were joined together by a courtyard and bridges to create The Forks Market, Winnipeg's incomparable shopping experience.


The Forks Market offers a multitude of shops to browse for a wide variety of specialty items and souvenirs. Downstairs, The Market features an irrresistible fresh food emporium with everything from gourmet cheeses, to meaets, organic backed goods and wine. In the upstairs Hayloft, shoppers will find items ranging from cigars and aromatheraphy products to crafts and artworks from 300 local and Canadian artisans.

This weeks theme for Macro Monday is Rule Of Thirds With Three. Not sure which of these two shots is my favourite, maybe the view count will tell me your favourite.


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Another Fork Shot :-)


BTW: This was shot #666 taken with my Camera. Hell YEAH!!!!


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More of the series of kitchen utensils. I don't have a title for the series, but the word mundane keeps popping into my head. We (at least in the west) use these little tools all the time and I don't think we give them much thought. Spoons and forks and the tools of the kitchen have wonderful shapes, curves, lines and so that's what I want to highlight.

Small falls along in the Left Fork of North Creek, Zion National Park, Utah. This small falls sheltered underneath a sandstone face is encountered soon before reaching the iconic Subway. I was lucky and received permits via the last minute lottery drawing, so I was able to hike up into the Subway area from the bottom-up (the top down route requires at least a hand line, though a harness and climbing equipment is recommended). The trail quickly descends about 500' into the Left Fork of North Creek, where the trail meanders in and out of the river and up and over many boulders for about 3 miles before reaching these falls (and the Subway). It has been pretty dry in the park recently, so unfortunately the many falls in the area were only a trickle. Thankfully there were still some amazing spots!

on coloured background

Belongs to the Forks & Co set.


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The Last Urbex of 2014


HDR 7 scatti

Fotocamera: Nikon D700

Aperture: f/3.5

Shutter Speed: 1/15 s

Lente: 24 mm

ISO: 200

Exposure Bias: 0 EV

Flash: Off, Did not fire

Lens: Nikkor AF-S FX 14-24mm f/2.8G ED

View on black,

parallel forks.

Explored #50, 7-28-12

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This one to demonstrate the perfect sharpness of the reflection on a black acrylic sheet. No “double reflection” as often seen in glass or mirrors.


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Macro Mondays theme - stripes.


Using natural daylight to light the subject.


Having tried out lots of ideas including stripped sweets, the sweets idea did not work because I was eating them as I was going along, as I was moving around trying out angles and perspectives I’d just start eating away at them, then thought I’d try something else.

So, I had some striped tissue and some shiny cutlery I spent a little while polishing them up and tried out spoons and forks, finally decided on one of each placed at such an angle that the stripes in the tissue would reflect onto the spoon and fork.


Slide Mountain located up the South Fork near Cody, Wyoming.

Shot with Canon EOS 350D + Canon 18-55mm. To get this close with a 18-55mm lens you need to know a little trick :P

A section of Roaring Fork, Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina

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