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Old Man is the Neil Young song i was singing while taking this grab shot when mountain bike training on Exmoor. The song alerted the curious sheep , which had been at the far side of the field and not really noticeable in the shot - i am glad i was in melodious good spirits as the flock did improve the composition. The famous Luccombe trees atop the hillock have been on my shoot list for 3 years but i have never passed them in such a beautiful sunrise light as to make me stop before. f/13, 32 mm, 1/200 at ISO 100 & timer

 

Sheep -Charming Song

Intro: / F - - - / - - - - / - - / D - - - / - - - - / x2

F (1½)

 

Old man look at my life,

 

D

 

I'm a lot like you were.

 

F (1½)

 

Old man look at my life,

   

I'm a lot like you were.

 

/ D - F - / C - - G / D - F - / C - F - /

 

D (½) F (½)

 

Old man look at my life,

 

C (½) G (½)

 

Twenty-four and there's so much more

 

D (½) F (½)

 

Live alone in a paradise

 

C (½) F (½)

 

That makes me think of two.

  

D (½) F (½)

 

Love lost, such a cost,

 

C (½) G (½)

 

Give me things that don't get lost.

 

D (½) C (½)

 

Like a coin that won't get tossed

 

F (½) G (½)

 

Rolling home to you.

 

Man's puny efforts pale in the face of what God can do. He put the exclamation point on His work in this image!

Man of War Bay encloses Man O'War Cove on the Dorset coast in southern England, between the headlands of Durdle Door to the west and Man O War Head to the east.

Thais are not big readers so I don't have many photos of people reading, and I felt lucky to get this one.

You never know who you are going to meet on the way back from the pub.People ,would never believe me,luckily I had my camera. Four smiley men sitting on a wall,with hearts of gold,waiting for the next bus to the "Magical Land of Oz"

'Still' - The Man of Steel on Loch Earn

  

By artist Rob Mulholland, commissioned by The Four Seasons hotel, St Fillans on Loch Earn.

  

A bit of a dull and drizzly day on Loch Earn, which limited my choices a little, but decided to go for a long exposure with the aid of my fleece draped over my head and camera keeping the filters dry. On the composition side I was in two minds, I knew I didn't want the jetty in shot so just had to decide was I going to have the sculpture in the middle of the open part of the Loch between the distant hills, or to have it balanced between the two nearest areas of land..I chose the latter.

  

I can imagine this being another mecca for photographers, especially for sunset.

  

Sony A7r + Sony FE35mm f2.8

  

Lee Little Stopper, Lee Soft Grad 0.9

  

© Brian Kerr Photography 2014

...or maybe even Crusoe himself! Lone footprints on the beach at Burnham Overy Staithe but not a fence to be seen! Happy Man Friday to all on Flickr, Alan:-) HMF....

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A mysterious man

A glowing face

An empty meaning

A frightening glare

A watchful shadow

The hunt is on.

At the base of Ulysses S. Grant's Tomb, NYC

I went to shoot a friend's concert the day before Thanksgiving and as we were packing up his car after the show this amazing shot presented itself.

 

It was foggy and misty and he was dramatically backlit as he turned the corner to come to the car with his guitars. I'll be posting a bunch of shots from this location.

 

This is the first...

 

This is the second.

Taken in a beautiful May evening.

Dorset UK

 

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Man O' War cove, West Lulworth on Dorset's Jurassic Coast. Taken at sunrise. Apparently the official name of the cove is actually St Oswald's Bay so I'm not sure where the Man O' War name comes from.

 

Before I'd taken my first shot I knocked over the tripod and snapped off the 'clip' on the filter holder I'd just attached to the lens. So nearly every photo I took that morning, and the rest of my week in Dorset, involved having to hold the filter holder or filter flush against the lens. A little tricky for long exposures like this, and not exactly conducive to optimal sharpness.

 

I was pretty annoyed with myself but also thankful the lens, camera and attached filter all survived the fall - it could've been worse.

 

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This photo was featured the "PICTURE PERFECT photo of the WEEK" last AUG.23,2006 on our local newspaper(Manila Bulletin).

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Nature is man's teacher. She unfolds her treasures to his search, unseals his eye, illumes his mind, and purifies his heart; an influence breathes from all the sights and sounds of her existence.

~Alfred Billings Street

    

Who’s the fastest? The Man of Steel or the Scarlet Speedster?! Will Lois ever be able to fix her hair after this?! Well it’s time to find out!

 

Featuring custom Flash minifigure by Christo.

 

Superman vs. Flash on Eurobricks

Mysterious man outside Tate Modern in London

A fine Autumn day by the little river Bela..

 

I was struck by the sense of scale, how small the man appeared in comparison to the tree, and how small the tree seemed when compared to the expanse of sky.

 

Taken by the Dallam Deer Park, Milnthorpe, Cumbria

Man on fire by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

www.youtube.com/watch?v=08WeoqWilRQ&feature=kp

 

International Centre for the Arts José de Guimarães

Architecture by Pitagoras Arquitectos

MAN-O-MATIC en el museo de Huelva

Man Of Colours

Icehouse

 

And the old man rubs his failing eyes

And takes a moment to watch the view

From a window nobody knows is there

He can see the empty street below

 

He says, "i keep my life in this paintbox

I keep your face in these picture frames

And when I speak to this faded canvas it tells me

I have no need for words anyway..."

 

And he says, "i.

I am a man

A simple man

...A man of colours

And I can see

See through the tears

Tears of a man

...A man of colours"

 

Going through some old files tonight, and came across this one from our sunflower weekend at Quirindi in March of this year. This was taken on the farm, on Sunday morning and we were out there a few hours before sunrise shooting the Milky Way. By the time sunrise came around, we were freezing. There was a slight mist, a great ground fog and superb clouds in the sky. Took this one just as the sun was breaking the horizon. Hope you like "man Of Colours". Cheers, Mike

  

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