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Miles of green fields between Cardiff and Newport.
im back!! to be frank, my trip was a bit disappointed.. unpleasant weather in the Evening and the next Morning! so that's mean no Sunset or Sunrise!! =(
but i do get few picture in the morning right after reached the island.. gorgeous blue skies and lots of visitors! will share with you all right after i get enough rest! =)
i'll be back for your wonderful pictures my friends.. have a great Sunday! :D
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barley fields near FEY - Lorraine - France -
Spring 2010 - ( best viewed on black ) -
explored January 16th, 2010 - Thank you -
l'addiction au vert -
dans les champs d'orge prés de Fey en Lorraine.
The 52 of 2012 theme this week is "green".
My original idea of a beer bottle has been done this week and anyway... all my efforts to do what I wanted to do with it were complete pants, so here you have a shot of the mist covered South Downs. This was taken late afternoon with the mist really coming down quickly, not long after this the trees on the left were about as visible as the ones in the distance.
I had work this week in Dayton, WA near Walla Walla. The fields are just greening out. Wow!
Artist: Aaron Reed
Title: Green Dragon
Limited Edition Release of 100
With the popularity of my fall interpretation of this image continuing to rise, having sold almost half of the 200 piece limited edition, I created a new piece capturing the last season I needed to have a complete series. Here it is...the Green Dragon.
FRONT PAGE EXPLORED...THANKS SO MUCH...
.....See what You are missing! LOL......Happy Sunday and I wish all of you a wonderful day today......Something different here, took some HDR shots....and I just loved this green pasture....and the finish....See YOU on the other side...xoxoxo
Thanks so much for all of your wonderful kindness and visits and friendships too......I appreciate each one of you so much so!....
Much Love .... always ..... xoxo
…only light and Yucca guatemalensis Baker (syn. Yucca elephantipes)
green is beautiful.....
you are beautiful....
live is beautiful....
A green hairstreak in the masts field at Prestbury Hill nature reserve in Gloucestershire.
Fountains Abbey grounds, Yorkshire
Overheard on a Saltmarsh
By Harold Munro (1879-1932)
Nymph, nymph, what are your beads?
Green glass, goblin. Why do you stare at them?
Give them me.
Give them me. Give them me.
Then I will howl all night in the reeds,
Lie in the mud and howl for them.
Goblin, why do you love them so?
They are better than stars or water,
Better than voices of winds that sing,
Better than any man's fair daughter,
Your green glass beads on a silver ring.
Hush, I stole them out of the moon.
Give me your beads, I want them.
I will howl in the deep lagoon
For your green glass beads, I love them so.
Give them me. Give them.
Winter in California is our green season. This photo is taken in on the central coast know for wine growing and moderate weather year round.. The oak trees bloom around March. This is a wet green year but practicing water conservation is now a requirement for the entire state.
© Oscar Sánchez photography.
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Use without permission is illegal.
Water droplets are a rare and very welcome sight in Namibia.
I did a bit of sliding with the green for Sliders Sunday.
Have a great day everyone!
... a classic :-)
on Explore #384 on Saturday, November 8, 2008 Thanks my friends
Hello and Happy Gorgeous Green Thursday.....Hope everyone has a super day today.....
And once again thank you all so very much for your wonderful kindness and visits too.....Hugs for all....
Much Love .... always .... xoxo
Photographed using manual bellows on Canon350D.
Cropped in Photoshop, otherwise shown "as is". Used very wide aperture (intentional).
This is on Getty Images
Copyright All rights reserved by Nick Brundle - Photography.
Available for licensing and purchase on Getty Images.
A late summers evening on one of the local Fields.
Greens with interesting afternoon Californian Winter light. Captured with my old manual Vivitar 105mm Series 1 Macro lens.