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.....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
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on Explore #384 on Saturday, November 8, 2008 Thanks my friends
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Miles of green fields between Cardiff and Newport.
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Nothing much was done for this except some light adjustment. Background was captured as it is.
I really like the cool scent of the greens after a shower... in the morning... and at night....
Have you had any nature walk recently?
It is strange but I really enjoy nature walks only when I am alone... It is when I can really feel that I am in my own world. My world where no one can judge me, where no one will harm me. It is when I can listen to my own breathing or hum a tune to myself and imagine myself in an adventure, inside a fairytale land. For a moment return to childhood, when everything was simple... so simple.
Winter in California is our green season, so far these hills still make good grazing land but if rains don't fall soon they will change quickly to gold and brown. This photo is taken in December on a trip from Sacramento to Monterey. The oak trees bloom around March. Practicing water conservation will soon become a requirement for the entire state.
I had work this week in Dayton, WA near Walla Walla. The fields are just greening out. Wow!
Not really rivers, of course, but the landscape of a leaf can sometimes seem like a larger world. This is a large elephant's ear leaf, native to Polynesia. (Zuiko 50mm macro, f/8, 1/40 sec., ISO 400, open shade with some filtered morning sun, handheld)
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He looks like Spiderman disguised as a green caterpillar. :0
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Homasassa Springs State Park is a "zoo." It has both captive animals and open waterways where animals can come and go. I can't recall for sure, but I think this Green Heron was in the open.
Bupleurum rotundifolium 'Green Gold' flowers.
I can't believe that it's already Thursday! I can't wait until this weekend when we decorate for the holidays.
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The green beetles were everywhere on this plant and no spider webs. So, perhaps they are not tightly coupled. Their little green shells seemed almost gem-like.
The Green Tree Pythons (Morelia viridis) are very comfortable on tree branches. They loop into a coil over a branch to form a saddle position. Then place their head in the middle for a bird's eye view of any rats passing below.
Apparently, due to this snake's popularity with herpetoculturist, their range has been extended from New Guinea, islands in Indonesia and Cape York Peninsula in Australia. Green Tree Pythons can now be found in the wild in Florida, U.S.A.
Had the priviledge of waterfalling with Aaron and Vinny this weekend! Finally got to see some lush green moss that I've been waiting so long to see. The conditions were horrible with snow then heavy rain and the sun filtering in and out made it hard to catch a decent exposure by the time you got your lens clean. I was pretty much drenched by the time we got up here but the carpet of moss covering this ridiculously gorgeous fall made all 7 miles worth it. These boys are a riot with the hardcore hip hop and the techno music that they so shamelessly jam too that I felt like I was rollin with my old crew from way back in the day. Was a pleasure meeting you Vinny and Aaron you know you are my my d o double g. The funniest thing on the trip is when both these boys tried to pronounce my flickr name. For the record my name is KONEJITA pronounced KONAYHEETA and not KONNICHIWA!!!!!!! Happy Monday ya'all and I can't wait to see what you brought back :)