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Sumachs have always been my favourite autumn tree. This pond is on my daily walk (so lucky) and not far from the canyon of condos where I live. The best of both worlds I think.
Indian Summer by William Wilfred Campbell.
Along the line of smoky hills
The crimson forest stands,
And all the day the blue-jay calls
Throughout the autumn lands.
Now by the brook the maple leans
With all his glory spread,
And all the sumachs on the hills
Have turned their green to red.
Now by great marshes wrapt in mist,
Or past some river's mouth,
Throughout the long, still autumn day
Wild birds are flying south.
Outfit and Horns : Vita’s Boudoir – Autumn Forest Fairy (new)
Décor : Vita’s Boudoir – Wearable Autumn Fairy Throne (including throne with poses, deer, hog, pumpkins, tree. It is wearable, but I rezzed it behind me to get a better shot).
Hair : Exile – Blown Away - Naturals
Skin : Glam Affair – Artemis – America – Cyber Princess 06H. At The Liaison Collaborative.
In non-breeding plumage
Seen in a renovated lake in Bangalore
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Male Indian Lion at Ueno Zoo, Tokyo. Not too bad considering the condition of the glass between us! What a handsome lad. Thanks so much for helping this make Explore.
Canon EF 400mm f/4 DO IS
Pushkar Rajasthan , India
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A few years ago I realized that I had a desire to find and see as much of this beautiful state as I could and researched hikes utilizing the Washington Trails Association (of which I am now a proud member) and I found all of the 'bunny trails', one to (gasp) six miles and I saw some amazing beauty, but two years ago I saw an image of Indian Henry's Hunting Ground and the Ranger Scout Cabin located there and realized that this was a place that I could not go to. They list it at 14 miles (the signs on the trail say 16, I can add) with 3200 feet of elevation gain. After working out this winter and hiking every chance I could I struck out for this mystical magical place on a trail that climbs and descends several ridges, crosses many beautiful streams, passes two pack in campgrounds and with the exception of Rampart Ridge you do it on a part of the 95 mile trail that's calling my name, the Wonderland.
You approach from the right and you just see the side of it tucked neatly in the trees and then you look up at the amazing south west face of Rainier towering behind it, I'd say that it was breathtaking, but I didn't have any anyway..... :-) I ate lunch and sipped a Gatorade on the back step and glowed at the beauty I had found and knowledge that there isn't a place in the park that I can't get to now, might take a few days, but I can get there. (I also tacked on two miles and got Mirror lakes after lunch, I mean, I was in the neighborhood.....) :-)
Boots on the trail at 5:40 a.m., butt in the truck at 4:00 p.m. It was a VERY good day. I saw three people coming down on my way up and spoke to a man who was arriving via the much easier Tahoma Creek route as I was leaving. I've never been so alone in my life. :-)
An inquisitive look... and a twist in the neck :)
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An Indian River Tern scanning the skies for any potential threats. Unlike most Sterna terns, it is almost exclusively found on freshwater, rarely venturing even to tidal creeks. The sexes are similar but juveniles have a brown head, brown-marked grey upperparts, grey breast sides and white underparts. The bill is yellowish with a dark tip. The River Tern feeds by plunge-diving for fish, crustaceans, tadpoles and aquatic insects in rivers, lakes, and tanks. Its numbers are decreasing due to the pollution of their habitat.
My first Sunrise by the ghats of Varanasi. By boat in the Gange river.
Uttar Pradesh. India.
The Indian palm squirrel or three-striped palm squirrel (Funambulus palmarum) is a species of the family Sciuridae found naturally in India
While driving within Stone Mountain Park for the Indian Fest, I just could not pass up this opportunity, of the sun rising at the other end of the lake. People didn't like my parking in the middle of the road, but I had my flashers on.....LOL.....sorry 'bout that!
The Indian Well at Ames Park is next to what used to be the Ames House, but is now the City Attorney's offices. This is the pond where I used to get most of my waterlily shots, but now only one lily remains. The well, with its fountain that isn't always on, is still a lovely focal point of the park.
Indian Field Creek is one of many creeks that you will pass over following the Colonial Parkway from Yorktown to Jamestown Island, Virginia.
Outside the city limits of Dehli, beautiful country side, filled with active small farms.
The upper tier of Indian Flats Falls off of Middle Prong Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Indian Bicycle @ Cars & Stripes , as seen at the Port of Los Angeles.
You allowed your kingly power to vanish, Shajahan,
but your wish was to make imperishable a tear-drop of love.
Permitiste que tu poderoso reino se desvaneciera, Shajahan,
pero quisiste hacer perpetua una lágrima de amor.
"The Indian Summer of life should be a little sunny and a little sad, like the season, and infinite in wealth and depth of tone, but never hustled."
- Henry Adams
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More iPhone colorful blurriness from my last year India trip. I took this from a moving car, so all credit for the artistic blur here goes to a couple of potholes. The rest is pure iPhone sliding (with only border added in Photoshop). HSS, everyone!
Indian Head est le surnom donné à la 2ème division d'Infanterie américaine, formée en France en 1917 lors de la 1ère Guerre Mondiale, à cause de son insigne.
C'est aussi la décoration du réservoir de cette moto de marque Indian, même si le dessin n'est pas tout à fait le même que l'insigne
This chapel is located in Indian Hill Cemetery in Middletown, Connecticut USA. The huge tree with exposed roots is what really caught my eye.
Enjoy fabulous Indian Summer Time, my Friends !
Ernesto Cortazar -Living A Dream
Indian Creek is just outside of Canyonlands National Park. View large on black
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Hubraum: 1.200 ccm
Indian gegründet im Januar 1901 in Springfield (Massachusetts) durch George Hendee und Oscar Hedstrom war weltweit der erste Hersteller von Serienmotorrädern und technisch den Konkurrenten seiner Zeit lange überlegen. Der überwiegende Teil der Maschinen von Indian waren großvolumige V-Zweizylinder-Motoren mit Seitenventil-Steuerung in Fahrwerken mit langem Radstand, die eine bequeme, niedrige Sitzposition erlauben. In der äußeren Form und mit ähnlicher Motortechnik hat dieses Konzept bis heute in den Maschinen von Harley-Davidson überlebt.
~Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario, Canada
This is certainly not the best shot of [part of] Indian Head Cove. It was a very, very big challenge to try to get a shot with as little people as possible in it. The best description I can give is a human ant hill and it wasn’t even the height of tourist season yet!
FYI ~ please note that if you decide to visit the Grotto, you really do need good footwear with decent grip, especially if the rocks are even the tiniest bit wet. In many of the areas, all of the thousands and thousands of feet have warn the rock smooth and slick.
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The Indian robin is a species of bird in the family Muscicapidae. It is widespread in the Indian subcontinent, and ranges across Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
Chasing the Indian Pacific train in the Goldfields of Western Australia.
The Indian Pacific is a famous passenger train that spans the length of Australia from Perth to Sydney.
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Chilka Lake (Chilika Lake, 19º42'N 085º21'E) is a brackish water lagoon, spread over an area of over 1,100 sq km in the Odisha (Orissa) state on the east coast of India. Chilka is the largest coastal lagoon in India and the second largest lagoon in the World. The lake is an ecosystem with large fishery resources. It sustains more than 150,000 fisher–folk living in 132 villages on the shore and islands.
It is the largest wintering ground for migratory birds on the Indian sub-continent. The lagoon hosts over 160 species of birds in the peak migratory season. Birds from as far as the Caspian Sea, Lake Baikal, Aral Sea and other remote parts of Russia, Kirghiz steppes of Mongolia, Central and southeast Asia, Ladakh and Himalayas come here. Chilika Lake was designated the first Indian wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention of Wetlands. More: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilika_Lake