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So far, this has been a mild winter. We've had lots of gray skies and some bitterly cold days; but we've "only" had a little over 73 inches of snowfall this year in comparison to 188 inches of snow by the same date last year! All that being said, I am still missing the sweetness of summer. So, I am posting this sweet summertime memory of a little fawn investigating a pot of impatients. Happily, she just gave them a sniff and walked away.
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"I’m selfish, impatient, and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I’m out of control, and at times hard to handle. But if you can’t handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don’t deserve me at my best."
- Marilyn Monroe
She's not someone I would have thought would produce a quote so custom tailored to me.... but that's why we keep an open mind, right?
I really hope someone was out there getting that sunrise I just watched. I'll check back later. Happy Friday everyone!
Caminando por Gijón un perro atado a un banco parecía buscar con la mirada al dueño que lo había dejado allí. El perro feliz se vuelve asustadizo frente a la manada de bestias que pasea los extraños valles.
The last of the tuna/ cat bokeh pictures. I have another with everything sharp but i'll post it at another time, this is probably the best one,( in my opinion). Thanks for viewing, also for the comments and faves, your feedback means a lot and is always appreciated. Have a great day everyone.
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Getting impatient while waiting for a meal, this youngster perches and searches for his/her parents.
The seagull awaits an opportunity to steal any fish I catch
I'm impatient for this movie !!
Taken here : maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/The%20Rot/46/242/72
I'm too impatient to wait until the whole thing is finished
It's suppose to be like a representation of fangs that are stained on the tips, then have blood dripping from each fangs (hence the two marks beneath each fang.) I'll make a new red texture for them since tinting doesn't really look good. Chain needs a new texture too. It doesn't match the other part of the chain realistic-wise.
This particular set will have a lot of variations to it. Part with fangs, part without fangs, part without the parts below the bottom lip; and the marks underneath the eyes are separate for shape versatility (and fun for mixing & matching!)
I told him we could go for a walk. He decided it was time to get going.
Je vous remercie de votre visite et de vos commentaires dans mon jardin de fleurs.
Found among the grape vines at Junius Lindsay Vineyard. Lexington, NC.
august08 - View On Black +large
waterdrop between two petals .reflecting the green leafs !
Good morning Everyone.. the new season started here with roaring thunder and lightning ..lets have a bold September !
eliokozoe sais : Are you sure it's not a hippopotamus, click at www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtqIM_bPTws
#Busy Lizzie, Impatients walleriana
After seeing the first spring flower, I start to get impatient and I begin to wish that it was june so I could go to photograph butterflies again!
The flower is a zinnia, and its guest is a monarch. What I like about this one is the bokeh and the evening light.
If you like to know more about the U.S butterflies by state, I found this wonderful page:
This song brings me back to my teen years...
The weekend is around the corner, so enjoy it!
Photography is my passion, and nature photography is my favorite.
I have been in Explore for more that a hundred times, and it is an awesome experience to have your photos showcased in such a special way.
I'm in many groups, and I only add my photos to them if they are not private.
I thank your for coming today, for leaving a comment, and make a favorite of yours this photo, (if that is the case) thanks again!
The best part of this forum is the contacts and friends that I have made over the years, that have the same passion for this art that is called photography!
Impatient to see first signs of spring... Wish a sweet weekend to all of you.
« Je suis impatiente et peu sure de moi.
Je fais des erreurs, je suis hors de contrôle, et parfois difficile à gérer…
Mais si vous ne pouvez pas me supporter pour le pire, nul doute que vous ne me méritez pas pour le meilleur..! » Marylin Monroe
I decided over a year ago that when I upgraded my camera I would go for the best I could afford. I thought that it was going to be the Nikon D400 or whatever the upgrade from the D300s would be. But a year later and still no news that I can find of such a camera coming out soon I broke down and got the D7000. So hopefully they don't go announcing a new one anytime soon. But I can already tell the different between this and the D5000 which is pretty awesome. I felt trying it out for the first time at Steptoe would be appropriate because I have always struggled with getting a decent shot here.
I hand blended 4 shots together for this. Hopefully with more practice I will get some better shots in the field and get better with my post processing. Have a great weekend everyone. My friend and I are off to shoot a wedding tomorrow so I am off to do some more practicing.
..but what's my name ?
Thank you so much for introducing my flower to me dear Ashley:)
You should see the amazing shots of my friend Ashley, great nature lover :
But Pongo seems to be right too.. I think mine is more like Impatients.. I wonder if they could be of the same family...
The longest star trail I've ever done at 75 exposures x 30 seconds each, I've always been too bored and impatient to wait that long! This is an old lime kiln lit with gelled flashguns walking in to shot because I left my slave triggers in the car half a mile away doh!
Every morning we play buggie with Shizandra. It's just our name for playing with the laser light with her. She was waiting for me to shine the light onto the floor.
Although fall is not here just yet, there were some leaves in Algonquin Park already changing colour in mid August.
8/7/09 EXPLORE #147 Thanks to all of you who visit my photostream--you are very kind and gracious!!
That su la khong chiu dc, khong the chiu dc xx Buc minh qua di,uc che qua, kho chiu trong nguoi qua aaaaa
An impatient ferry boat engages warp drive to pass a slow moving sailboat.
A6000 testing continues...
(30 second exposure)
To my surprise I found this little impatient growing in a pot that was not being used this year, or so I thought.....:-)
Four Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) Chicks impatiently wait to be fed after an adult lands at their nest site. One chick is almost as tall as the adult and grabs the bill of the adult to hurry the process. Image taken at Kountze Lake in Lakewood, Colorado.
View it large!
Part of a collab for the Northeast Flickr Meetup.
I may be a bit behind in uploading this, but I had this idea and I knew I wanted to shoot it. This is definitely how I'm feeling right now. Ready to pack my bags and go travel somewhere.
I'm catching up on all my uploads this week, which is also finals week. I'm excited to be done with this semester so I'll have more time for photos and what I want to do.
Although I become impatient planting in March
By June their blossoms flourish in a rainbow arch
Surrounding oak trees in a fertile, shady place
Impatience arrested, impatiens I embrace
—Carolyn Devonshire, in "Impatiens"
Then finally it happened...Knock! Knock! Knock!
"What is knocking the egg? A baby bird will be free!" - "Knock knock knock, I want to get out of here. It's much too tight, I hold out no longer."
It's Sunday, have a great week everyone! =)
My favourite song for the day: Listen