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These Ducks are magical to be around. Seeing the smiles on peoples faces when this was happening was soooo worth it.
From the Zoo Atlanta website: King vultures are very large, scavenging birds that soar high over a variety of tropical forests, watching for carcasses located by other, smaller species of vultures. With their large size, king vultures usually displace the smaller local species from a large carcass. Adult pairs cooperate to raise single offspring.
This King Eider pair we approached from land, ByTrying to stay close together and taking several steps then pausing we were able to creep slowly into photo range. With each pause allowing them to adjust to our presence and relax, trying to watch there body language.
This image was then captured in 2 frames to maintain clarity on each others faces then overlayed and stitched together in post processing.
Taken at the King's Canyon camping ground. There is a re-composition of the cross shaped tree back in my photo-stream that has lots of birds waiting for the dawn.
Recently unveiled, the new King Henry VII statue near Pembroke Castle.
Born in Pembroke Castle, 28th January 1457. Henry VII was the last King of England to win his throne on the field of battle, defeating King Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth 22nd August 1485, known as the last significant battle of the War of the Roses. Henry VII is one of only a few Welsh-born men to have become King of England.
The Reign Of The Sun King
King «Amenhotep III» was born into a world where Egypt reigned supreme. Its coffers were filled with gold, and its vassals bowed down before the mighty rulers of the Two Lands.
The new king was probably only a child, perhaps twelve years old, when he ascended the throne. By at least the second year of his reign, he had taken as his queen a girl named «Tiye», who was not born a princess. In a significant change of policy from the reigns of his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, «Tiye» immediately became «great royal wife», and outranked even «Mutemwiya», Amenhotep III’s mother.
Statue of King «Amenhotep III» this life-size of Amenhotep III was found in 1989 in Luxor temple, part of a cache of statuary discovered by accident during restoration work on the solar court.
The king represents Atum, wearing the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt.
Source : The Golden King The World of Tutankhamun
It was a rainy night the night the king went down
Everybody was crying it seemed like sadness had surrounded the town
Me I went to the liquor store
And I bought a bottle of wine and a bottle of gin
I played his records all night
Drinking with a close, close friend
Now some people say that that ain't right
And some people say nothing at all
But even in the darkest of night
You can always hear the king's call
You can always hear the king's call
Well, its tribute time this week from me. In a few weeks, on Aug 16th, it will mark the anniversary of the passing in 1977 of The King Elvis Presley. I went down to La Perouse this morning before work to shoot this great tower. I'd been promising myself for years to shoot this and this morning the weather gods smiled. Hope you like "Kings Call". Cheers, Mike
The King Bolete is a very popular, delicious, meaty mushroom that grows all over the world. It has many names such as king, cep, porcini, steinpilz, penny bun and many others. It is apparently a complex of closely related species with similar looks, habitat, and flavor wherever it is found. It is highly variable in coloration. More study of this group will be required to sort out the variants more accurately. The king is a favorite and familiar mushroom drawn, painted or sculpted by artists. The king is often very large and stately with a thick club shaped stem, thick cap and an impressive kingly appearance
One from a while back. I'm off to London to see a band..was hoping to take a few photos, see the poppies at The Tower Of London maybe, but the weather is awful, so I shall leave my camera behind :-(
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The leaves are just starting to come out on my "King Crimson" Maple tree.
This morning at Kings River Falls. It would have been nice to have remembered my tripod but I don't think I would have gotten as good a shot as this with the cool green moss in front if I had the camera mounted on the tripod.
Other than very minor fixes this is straight from the camera.
By the way.............the water is really that color.
Previously at Kings River Falls below.
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The tower stands near the location of 'Egbert's stone' where it is believed that Alfred the Great, King of Wessex, rallied the Saxons in May 878 before the important Battle of Ethandun
The Kings River Kells Co Kilkenny Ireland on a frosty December morning .
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The view from Kings Park is pretty special. But, there is also lots of history and our state war memorial is situated there.
Thank You For...
Thank You for every day, every hour and every minute we share together. You truly are my Best Friend. You are all I need, want and crave. You have engraved Your entire being into my soul. I Adore You...
I Love You~ Your Queen Imajica
this waterfall is located in the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas on the Kings River near Boston, Arkansas. I have more details of the hike on my blog
Kings quoit is a chambered tomb overlooking Manorbier Bay in Pembrokeshire.
The Monkey King, or Sun WuKong, famous from the Chinese story "Journey to the West." Seen in lotus position with his trademark staff.
This is quite a large build at 21"x40"x15" overall. I took influence from multiple Asian cultures in the design, especially with the Japanese samurai armor but with added Chinese and Korean influence.
Thanks to Matt Rowntree for suggesting the lotus position which ended up fitting the overall character well.
King's College was founded in 1441 by Henry VI (1421-71) and is one of the 31 colleges in the University of Cambridge. King's has an outstanding academic record and is also world-famous for its Chapel and choir. The Christmas Eve service from King's (A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols) is broadcast to millions around the world.
More Kings River Falls in black and white. Long exposure. Using a 10 stop ND filter to really smooth out the water.