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"Life is like the Autumn wind She is in charge of take

everything that should not stay with you."

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New Challenge : ~ Summer's End ~ The Award Tree ~

  

A terrible day with thick fog over most of the country, not the best day to try and take photographs.

 

New Brighton Lighthouse was originally known as Perch Rock Lighthouse is a decommissioned lighthouse situated at the confluence of the River Mersey and Liverpool Bay on an outcrop off New Brighton known locally as Perch Rock. Together with its neighbour, the Napoleonic era Fort Perch Rock, it is one of the Wirral's best known landmarks. Construction of the present structure began in 1827 though a light had been maintained on the rock since 1683. It was designed on the lines of Eddystone by Mr. Foster and built of marble rock from Anglesey by Tomkinson & Company.

  

Happy New Year!

View of Peter and Pall Fortress, St. Petersburg, Russia

New Brighton Lighthouse is a decommissioned lighthouse situated at the confluence of the River Mersey and Liverpool Bay on an outcrop off New Brighton known locally as Perch Rock. Together with its neighbour, the Napoleonic era Fort Perch Rock, it is one of the Wirral's best known landmarks.

Wishing you all a very happy and healthy New Year 2016

of a new year, albeit three mornings into 2020. We sought the magic path and found it again. Wonderful light on the trees and the bracken, slumbering for winter. We heard birds singing and thought 'soon it will be spring'.

 

For all of you in the southern hemisphere who are enduring dreadful heat and drought, I pray you have a lot of rain and cool conditions really soon.

 

~ Edited in Topaz Studio and Picmonkey with a little bit from Picasa ~

 

Thank you as always for your faves, comments and kindness. You lift my heart. I am finding winter hard to get through this year.

  

It's new my cafe and house! :D

 

KUSTOM9 Dec 2016

::HAIKEI: Black roof brick house gacha / RARE

 

Others

02_8f8 - La Petite Joie Cafe - Delivery Tricycle RARE

17 - 8f8 - Green Grocers - Street Lamp

20 - 8f8 - Green Grocers - Fence

[Con.] Tilbury Roadster - 30 Roll Gift

--ANHELO-F02SR-169GA :: vintage road bike (signal red)

Apple Fall Photographers' Easel

Apple Fall Martins' Busker Guitar

Apple Fall Metro Entrance

Apple Fall Juniper Hedge - Seasonal

Apple Fall Farrow Garden Wall

Apple Fall Farrow Garden Wall Post Short

Amazing statistic of the New York City is that in Manhattan alone there are an estimated 280,000 dogs residing on the island and double that quantity in the outer boros of Queens and Brooklyn. Being smitten by dog love myself the proud owner of the two sweet mixed breed pooches, I often find my ‘street’ photography is of lovable canines. In the largely concrete jungle that is Manhattan, it’s amazing to see dogs of all shapes, sizes and breeds being walked. In the few green spaces on the island, many include dog parks within their confines. I seen dogs in the dogs as early as 5 AM (I walk my guys that early if I have to go into the office early or drive my youngest daughter to the train station) and in Washington Square Park after mid-night. Manhattan in particular poses challenges because a larger portion of the population relies primarily on public transportation, unlike us NY suburbanites in northern Jersey, north New York counties (Rockland and Orange) and Long Island, many don’t own motor vehicles. Owning a canine is a wonderful rewarding experience, but also is a large responsibility that requires forethought . My kids and I having moved in the last year, number 1 on the list is, places that will accept pets, then the question is how big. Well Manhattan those queries resonate even more, even if you find a dog friendly building, the bathroom situation, how do you walk the dog? Full time job? Going to be difficult. That’s why budgeted into the care and upkeep of a pooch dog walkers are a must. Added cost is also a factor, the vets, the groomers, tend to charge a bit more. That why it’s important when considering a dog, that a lot of consideration is taken with all the factors that play into having a loyal four legged companion. This consideration and calculation does not happen some times and the city sponsored and private animal shelters in New York City are full of dogs who at first seemed like a good idea, but then reality set in and became sadly expendable. Dogs are loyal, full of love and always happy to see you, I’ve had my two for 8 and 7 years and adore them. They require attention and time, they are living creatures and if they don’t get a decent amount of attention, they will act up.

I love capturing dogs living and interacting in the city. This dog was a bit tired and was on the lap of his female caretaker happy as could be in Washington Square Park people watching; totally cool.

Captured on an Olympus E-5 with an Olympus Zuiko 70-300mm F4.0-5.6 zoom lens processed in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

 

View of the New Jerusalem Monastery from the wall.

The New Jerusalem Monastery is one of the most famous and revered monasteries of the central part of Russia, the main feature of which is that the Resurrection Cathedral located here was built in the image and likeness of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher on Calvary in Jerusalem, although the outer monasteries are completely different from each other.

In the Resurrection Cathedral, as in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, there are three main shrines of Christians:

Golgotha ​​is a small rock where Christ was crucified (in Greek the word "Golgotha" means a frontal place)

Cuvuclia - a small chapel with the Holy Sepulcher, the burial place of Christ

Temple of the Resurrection of the Savior, the place of the life-giving resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Golgotha, the place of the crucifixion of Christ, is located on the second tier of the temple; a staircase to the right of the main entrance leads to it. In a small room, a cross was installed, made in Jerusalem and the same size as the Jerusalem Cross of God. Also here is a stone with a crack imitating a rock that broke at the time of the Savior’s death, when the blood of Christ was shed on it.

On the west side, a rotunda was attached to the temple with a huge two-tier dome, in the center of which was built a cavern, that is, a chapel with the Holy Sepulcher. Here is a bed on which the body of Christ was placed in a cave on the side of Mount Calvary.

In the temple next to the entrance is the Stone of Anointing, to which the Savior’s body was transferred, when it was removed from the cross, here he was anointed with peace (fragrant oil) and prepared for burial.

In the New Jerusalem Monastery, as in Jerusalem, the entrance to the temple is located on the south side. In the eastern part is the underground church of Saints Constantine and Helena, located at a depth of six meters. The legend has been preserved that it was at such a depth that Queen Helen found the Life-giving Cross. The Israeli temple of Constantine and Helen carved into the rock.

The Land of Enchantment along US 380 heading to Carrizozo, New Mexico.

Dec 2016

 

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For the Macro Mondays "Just Leaves" theme.

 

A brand new leaf backlit by the setting sun.

 

Happy Macro Monday and thanks for viewing!

Providence Tower and Ontario Tower at New Providence Wharf in East London - Architects: Skidmore Owings & Merrill

Happy New Year - Como - Italy

I love new beginnings, so fresh, so clean, so filled with endless possibilities ...

 

"The next year, the next day, the next hour are lying ready for you,

as perfect, as unspoiled, as if

you had never wasted or misapplied a single moment in all your life.

You can turn over a new leaf every hour if you choose."

~ Arnold Bennett

 

"Whatever you do or dream you can, begin it.

Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it."

~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

My sister is over from California for a couple of weeks so we had a family get together at my mums place in the New Forest National Park. It's a beautiful place, especially so in Autumn.

One of wonderful events that happen during the annual Fleet Week in New York City which is celebrated annually in New York Harbor around the time of Memorial Day Weekend is the Parade of Ships. The US Naval vessels that come in and dock for the duration of Fleet Week parade through New York Harbor splitting up in widest part of the bay going to their respective docks in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Staten Island. I got to capture some images during the parade this year as they arrived for Fleet Week 2016 and one of the vessels that caught my eye was USS Bataan or LHD-5, an amphibious Wasp-class assault ship or carrier. It was commissioned back in 1997, built by Litton Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula Mississippi and currently has a homeport of Norfolk Virginia. The earth is almost three quarters water, the United States mainland is bound by water to west, south and east which is why there are 3 branches of the military associated with marine defense, the Navy, the Marines and the US Coastguard. On the deck of the USS Bataan are members of the US Navy in their dress whites and Marines that literally line the entire length of the deck (I will try to post a closer image where more detail can be seen) and they remain there from the time they hit the Verrazano Narrows until they dock at their respective locations. It is a sight to see. This year there were even ships from the Royal Canadian Navy in the procession as well.

I did tour the USS Bataan later that week as part of the festivities allows tours of the vessels, it was docked next to the USS Intrepid which is permanently docked in New York Harbor and is now the Intrepid Air Space museum after its retirement from active duty. The Intrepid is a huge vessel, but the USS Bataan was visibly larger . The LHD Wasp Class vessels are the US Navy’s large-deck multipurpose amphibious assault ships which have the ability to deploy a marine expeditionary unit or MEU consisting of 2000 Marines including landing craft, amphibious craft and helicopters (the LHD stands for Landing Helicopter Deck). The sailors of the “Dirty Nickel” were quite well versed in the history of the vessels name. One of the shipmen explained that the Bataan Peninsula was one of the early battlegrounds of World War II where valiant American and Filipino forces defended the peninsula from the Japanese who began their invasion of the Philippines just 10 hours after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Since its commission in 1997, this vessel has served in Operation Enduring Freedom, the Iraq War and 2005 was stationed nearby New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina struck so its helicopters were amongst the first to arrive at the flooded city, it helicopters providing rescue to hundreds. When the 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook Haiti in 2010, the USS Bataan was intimately involved in the relief efforts including the use of the vessels medical facility.

As the USS Bataan came into the harbor, its crew on deck, in this image taken near Battery Park, the Bataan passes on its starboard side the tugboat Marjorie B McAllister (which I've mentioned in past postings is as much a symbol of New York City as the Empire State Building) and is just going past the Statue of Liberty on its port side.

Taken with Olympus E-5 with Olympus Zuiko ED 12-60mm F2.8-4.0 SWD lens, processed in Photomatix and cleaned up in Adobe Lightroom.

 

www.public.navy.mil/surflant/lhd5/Pages/default.aspx

 

New Year's Day Walk

Happy New Year Everyone.

 

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New Hydrangea with a touch of green. Thanks for the look and have a great week

New York, uno dei simboli della città: la statua della Libertà !

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Strawbery Banke Museum

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

The Resurrection New Jerusalem Monastery is a historically stavropegic male monastery of the Russian Orthodox Church in the city of Istra, Moscow region.

The monastery was founded in 1656 by Patriarch Nikon, according to which the complex of holy places of Palestine was to be recreated near Moscow.

In 1941, during the Great Patriotic War, miners of the German fascist SS division "Reich" blew up the Resurrection Cathedral. Many architectural monuments were destroyed.

The restoration of the monastery, which is the only successful attempt to recreate the image of the Holy Land, was completed at the end of 2016.

In the Resurrection Cathedral, as in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, there are three main shrines of Christians:

Golgotha ​​is a small rock where Christ was crucified (in Greek the word “Golgotha” means a frontal place)

Cuvuclia - a small chapel with the Holy Sepulcher, the burial place of Christ

Temple of the Resurrection of the Savior, the place of the life-bearing resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Golgotha, the place of the crucifixion of Christ, is located on the second tier of the temple; a staircase to the right of the main entrance leads to it. In a small room there is a cross, made in Jerusalem and the same size as the Jerusalem Cross of God. A stone with a crack is also installed here, imitating a rock that broke at the time of the Savior's death, when the blood of Christ was shed on it.

Statue of Liberty

 

Just a picture out of my mind. It is very different from what i'm used to do. I hope it will please your glance.

We have many images of New York, from the sea or other classical views. I wanted to expose this one because, it gives an other point of view on the city.

New York City - Norah Jones & The Peter Malick Group: youtu.be/7STRwujTZ7U?list=PLB8D99560E116F394

A beautiful New Moon rising above the clouds. Worth the cold January Winter weather to capture it.

I love the colour of this New Forest pony. He came by looking for a snack as I was photographing woodland birds in the New Forest near Fritham.

This was taken in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, USA just as the clouds were coming down the mountains and obscuring all of the wonderfulness.

Happy New Year to all / Bonne année à tous !

 

with plenty great Nature encounters, and brilliant photographies ;-)

 

The Bee-Eater was quite unexpected around here, one just never knows what could be around the next corner

 

View of the New Jerusalem Monastery from the wall..The New Jerusalem Monastery is one of the most famous and revered monasteries of the central part of Russia, the main feature of which is that the Resurrection Cathedral located here was built in the image and likeness of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher on Calvary in Jerusalem, although the outer monasteries are completely different from each other..In the Resurrection Cathedral, as in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, there are three main shrines of Christians:

Golgotha ​​is a small rock where Christ was crucified (in Greek the word "Golgotha" means a frontal place)

Cuvuclia - a small chapel with the Holy Sepulcher, the burial place of Christ

Temple of the Resurrection of the Savior, the place of the life-giving resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Golgotha, the place of the crucifixion of Christ, is located on the second tier of the temple; a staircase to the right of the main entrance leads to it. In a small room, a cross was installed, made in Jerusalem and the same size as the Jerusalem Cross of God. Also here is a stone with a crack imitating a rock that broke at the time of the Savior’s death, when the blood of Christ was shed on it.

On the west side, a rotunda was attached to the temple with a huge two-tier dome, in the center of which was built a cavern, that is, a chapel with the Holy Sepulcher. Here is a bed on which the body of Christ was placed in a cave on the side of Mount Calvary.

In the temple next to the entrance is the Stone of Anointing, to which the Savior’s body was transferred, when it was removed from the cross, here he was anointed with peace (fragrant oil) and prepared for burial.

In the New Jerusalem Monastery, as in Jerusalem, the entrance to the temple is located on the south side. In the eastern part is the underground church of Saints Constantine and Helena, located at a depth of six meters. The legend has been preserved that it was at such a depth that Queen Helen found the Life-giving Cross. The Israeli temple of Constantine and Helen carved into the rock.

Best wishes to all for the New Year 2020

The Resurrection New Jerusalem Monastery is a historically stavropegic male monastery of the Russian Orthodox Church in the city of Istra, Moscow region..The monastery was founded in 1656 by Patriarch Nikon, according to which the complex of holy places of Palestine was to be recreated near Moscow..In 1941, during the Great Patriotic War, miners of the German fascist SS division "Reich" blew up the Resurrection Cathedral. Many architectural monuments were destroyed..The restoration of the monastery, which is the only successful attempt to recreate the image of the Holy Land, was completed at the end of 2016..In the Resurrection Cathedral, as in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, there are three main shrines of Christians:.Golgotha ​​is a small rock where Christ was crucified (in Greek the word “Golgotha” means a frontal place).Cuvuclia - a small chapel with the Holy Sepulcher, the burial place of Christ.Temple of the Resurrection of the Savior, the place of the life-bearing resurrection of Jesus Christ..Golgotha, the place of the crucifixion of Christ, is located on the second tier of the temple; a staircase to the right of the main entrance leads to it. In a small room there is a cross, made in Jerusalem and the same size as the Jerusalem Cross of God. A stone with a crack is also installed here, imitating a rock that broke at the time of the Savior's death, when the blood of Christ was shed on it.

New York City’s other famous park or perhaps most overlooked park except to the residents of its borough is the beautiful flagship 585-acre Brooklyn Borough Prospect Park. This image of an edifice located at 10 Grand Army Plaza at the northern terminus of Prospect Park at the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Eastern Parkway is a beautiful example of Deco Moderne style is the Central Brooklyn Public Library which is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year 2016 opening in 1941. Brooklyn has its own Grand Army Plaza, not to be confused with the Grand Army Plaza in Southern Central Park in Manhattan. Ground breaking for the library actually dated back to 1912, over a 104 years ago, a Raymond Almirall Beaux-Arts design was the original plan back then. Unfortunately, the timing was bad as soon the United States was active participant across the Atlantic into the great world war (World War I) followed by the economic downturn that would become the depression, New York City Mayor John F. Hylan stops any further appropriations for building the edifice, essentially completely halting all work. In 1930 Brooklyn Borough President Raymond E. Ingersoll with the newly appointed library president/chief librarian take the original Central Library design revising it to reduce costs, and give the building a more modern look. Eventually the new design was given to architects Alfred Morton Githens and Francis Keally who designed the building that is seen in this image creating the Deco Moderne masterpiece. When it is dedicated in March of 1941, the ceremony is attended by then mayor Mayor Fiorello La Guardia and the library is dedicated to Raymond E. Ingersoll who was so instrumental in the library’s resurrection.

This striking building is more than just a library, it is on the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places and the exterior has landmark status from the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Within its walls added in 2007 is the almost 200 seat auditorium the S. Stevan Dweck Center for Contemporary Culture which has become a popular spot within the borough for free lectures, concerts and other cultural events. There is even a recording studio within its walls and a digital collection of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle as well as other files and records from the defunct paper that were donated to the library by the papers last publisher.

Captured on an Olympus E-5 with an Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 12-60mm F2.8-4.0 SWD lens processed in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

 

www.bklynlibrary.org/

 

new day

new mindset

new focus

new intentions

new results

 

...new profile pic

Happy New Year everyone!!!

 

Check out Sorchiee's pic HERE

 

Read the rest and grab the event and designer info on Threads & Tuneage

 

Love SL photography and looking for like minded artists or places to shoot? Come visit the Ippos Collective: 4 Picturesque SIMS to visit and/or settle. Come for the magic....stay for the friends. <3

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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Cheers to friendships new and old... Wishing you all a very happy, healthy 2020 ♥

 

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Go get yours!

This been an amazing year and to all of you that make this such an adventure and so much happiness. I wish you all a very good 2020!

 

இڿڰۣ-ڰۣ—🌸 Kisses and Hugs இڿڰۣ-ڰۣ—🌸

  

No more champagne

And the fireworks are through

Here we are, me and you

Feeling lost and feeling blue

It's the end of the party

And the morning seems so grey

So unlike yesterday

Now's the time for us to say

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

May we all have a vision now and then

Of a world where every neighbor is a friend

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

May we all have our hopes, our will to try

If we don't we might as well lay down and die

You and I

Sometimes I see

How the brave new world arrives

And I see how it thrives

In the ashes of our lives

Oh yes, man is a fool

And he thinks he'll be okay

Dragging on, feet of clay

Never knowing he's astray

Keeps on going anyway

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

May we all have a vision now and then

Of a world where every neighbor is a friend

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

May we all have our hopes, our will to try

If we don't we might as well lay down and die

You and I

Seems to me now

That the dreams we had before

Are all dead, nothing more

Than confetti on the floor

It's the end of a decade

In another ten years time

Who can say what we'll find

What lies waiting down the line

In the end of eighty-nine

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

May we all have a vision now and then

Of a world where every neighbor is a friend

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

May we all have our hopes, our will to try

If we don't we might as well lay down and die

You and I

I have been away from Flickr for a while. Life got so busy, looking for a new home, then packing up and moving and then unpacking. I did take photos, but didn't post because I knew I didn't have time to respond to comments. Finally now, life is getting back to normal. This is the view from my new home!!!!!

Happy new beginnings!

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