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Los Castillejos, SortidazZ XV.
TEXTURAS / JENDRIX56
Jendrix en la web
IMPRESCINDIBLE CON MUSICA Y SOBRE FONDO NEGRO!!!!!!...
BETTER WIHT MUSIC AND BLACK BACKGROUND!!!!!!!!!!!!
Un passo incredibilmente meraviglioso..
a un passo dal Paradiso .
probabilmente lo è.....
si trova nella catena del Lagorai in val di Fiemme .
è fuori dalla portata della massa ..è ancora incontaminato e di una bellezza senza pari ..
lo consiglio sempre ..
ripristina le disarmonie del corpo .anima e mente ..e lo spirito...
amo molto questi luoghi !!!!!!!!!!!!
90% of the ice is under water, they say. Does not look like...
Jökulsárlón, south of Vatnajökull, Iceland
On Tumblr here
For my friend swimmingintheether.
See her images here: www.flickr.com/photos/swimmingintheether/
This is my first attempt at using textures.
I used her texture found here: www.flickr.com/photos/swimmingintheether/3255222215/
www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlavlP8BOAk&feature=youtu.be - Eddie Higgins, "Yellow Days"
scratch texture: borealnz - www.flickr.com/photos/borealnz/sets/72157610307314214/
There is something about lonely paths, isn't there? Or is it not lonely, but a quiet path for you? As you walk, are you alive with thought, or still in meditation?
There is something about paths:
paths leading into light, paths leading into darkness,
paths that move underneath overhead cover that arches high like cathedral walls and ceilings, paths that wander under an open, yawning sky.
Paths that accompany our lonely thoughts; hopeful thoughts; curious about what's around the curve thoughts, (oh yes, those devilish, captivativing, "what is around that next curve" thoughts)
Paths that descend down into "something/somewhere" thoughts,
Paths coming out from something or somewhere thoughts?
I don't know; I'm not sure. There's just something about them - these paths.
“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.” - Ernest Hemingway
Ths would be quite a different image if there were more people in it wouldn't it? Perhaps with a couple holding hands? Or a runner or bike rider swooping around the curve in action? A car with headlights easing along the road?
With few-to-no people in the scene (or just a singular figure under an umbrealla) we are free to - no, our minds insist upon, creating our own sad/sweet stories.
This was one of those late night/early morning edits; something I woke up with it swirling about softly in my mind. I wandered to the computer in the dark, to "get down it on canvas" before those fuzzy-wuzzy thoughts dissappated like the details do for many a dream. It wasn't shot as b&w, or with b&w in mind - perhaps that is something that spoke its mind during those dreamy moments before I was fully awake.
For some reason I think of Normandy, France when I look at this for any length of time. Not sure why.
Have you ever done that? Look at one of your images for a long time? 5 minutes...10 minutes. Just look...don't work on it, play with it or think about anything technical. Just look and allow your emotional thoughts to go where they will. Try it in absolute quiet or with music or sfx. The image will reveal secrets and thoughts you didn't know were there.
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Repost - from the archives (one of my old favourite winter shots)
The winter 2011-2012 has so far offered me one (1) day of proper traditional winter beauty scenery shooting. This photo was taken that day. I doubt there will be any more. The snow is already melting away and the cold has loosened its grip.
The Kinzie street bridge is a great location to get a wonderful view of the Sears tower from.
The only problem that I had when taking this was the movement of the bridge due to the cars going over it. To compensate for this I raised the ISO.
For some reason Flickr makes the quality look crap please press (L) to view a better quality version.
highest explore #2
one of my last front page explore photos
This was way back in May 2009
Salva rerum substantia
Serve amare Lucca e tutelare la sua architettura, il suo urbanismo e specie... la sua anima.
You get to see the original unprocessed photo too.
I shot this photo in Bruges. You might know it from the movie "In Bruges" starring Colin Farrell. I find the movie hilarious, but I know some find it very boring. Anyway the movie inspired me to go to Bruges.
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This was taken when i was making my way home from taking pictures of Admiralty Arch. It is hidden under the Waterloo Bridge.
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Monte Leone is the highest mountain of the Lepontine Alps and is located on the border between Switzerland and Italy. The mountain stans on the extreme west of the Lepontine Alps, a few kilometres east of Simplon Pass.
North of the Dominican Republic
lays the Turk Caico islands
This lonely strech of highway was in eastern Washington State, Thiry miles from here its all lush green forest. But this arid part of country has fun roads for taking your car out for a test.
Every year snow Geese fly to Richmond BC for a warm winter 每年雪雁聚集在列治文過冬，經常上演一些自然界的活劇，給平淡的生活添些色彩....
The barriers seem steep. impenetrable and deep
Rebuffed, refused, regroup, rewrite, retry and resend
Your journey begins, you will find the way in
And if your words come straight from the heart
Great walls will open and part
And do not think your knock is not heard
It is the sound that changes stone, and blows it apart
New worlds will open, blocks and barriers have already come down
Don’t be afraid, but don’t waken the guards, or your you may pay the price
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From " THE BOOK THAT DREAMS"