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with the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.
thoughts.........words in misterious ways,the same words said from different people can have different meanings and feelings,
can reach to you or simply pass ,or even misunderstood.
I hope there will be no misinterpretation of my words.
Yes I HOPE.....that's all I can do :)
have a wonderful weekend my dear friends!
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#1 in Explore on the 1st of the 1st January 2012. I'm pretty stoked about that :)
It's been nearly six months since i've posted here on flickr, so I plan to be more active on here this year!
Here's my take on the first sunrise of 2012 taken at Pt Catrwright, Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
I stayed sober and make the trek up to the Sunshine Coast. It was great catching up with Kane Gledhill and to meet a few others!! What a great way to bring in the new year!
- Canon 5D MK II
- f7.1 120sec @20mm ISO 100
- Canon 16-35 f/2.8 II L Lens
- Lee 0.9 & 0.6 GND stacked.
- Monfrotto Tripod and New 468MGRC2 Hydrostatic ball head
- Custom "Tasmanian Wilderness" knife sheath to hold my $5 shutter release to the tripod. Copywright Reedy Photography :-D
A white pony standing in the gorgeous Heather of the New Forest, Hampshire
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Welcome to New Lancaster, the quaint home of Sir Zebulon O’Callan. When he was young, Zeb was an engineer who was critical to the creation of the SteamCore, the powerful reactor that powers all of London. Now in his old age, Zeb still loves to experiment and tinker around, and there are rumors that he is leading a study for Queen Victoria on the safety of the SteamCore. The machine, which started running in 1819, has been running now for almost 50 years. However, it was only meant to run for 25, which leads many to concern for its safety…
Hey guys, this the result of almost all of my building over the last month.. This was originally meant to be a compliment to my "Zephyr’s Knave" steampunk ship. However, with the emergence of the "Vapourlypse" sub-genre of steampunk, I figured I could help the genre grow a bit by reconfiguring the story of this creation to match the backstory of the new sub-genre.
The build itself was a long process. The rock was the first thing I built, and it was certainly a learning process. Inside is a big mess of technic humble-jumble, but the result is a highly stable rock. I only had a few minor emergencies with it towards the end of my building, when two of the rock panels fell of; however, those were quickly resolved. Next, the windmill was built. The windmill is based off of this graphic. It was a fun little thing to build, and certainly interesting, because of its octagonal shape. I especially liked how the deck and railings turned out.
This is also my first creation to include power functions. I received an old-school motor and battery-box from a friend which I was able to put to use to make the blades of the windmill turn. You can see the video here.
I also have to give a bit of credit to Slyowl and Legohaulic, because I took a lot of inspiration from both of their floating island designs.
NYC Downtown view from the Rockefeller Center during dusk on a cloudy day in November.
Happy new year and have a great start in 2014!!!
As they come up for the breeding season the colours can vary greatly!
Each day bring a new hope that it is going to be better then yesterday...
The new eastern span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge, I went back to Treasure island before dawn this morning to test the new Canon6D some more, I think I did a little better this time.
Taken with the old 70-300mm lens
Happy Thanksgiving to USAians, I will probably be camping the next couple of days with no wifi, next upload probably Sunday evening California time.
New Zealand Landscape - Matukituki Valley - Wanaka
Explored: Sep 2, 2009 #148
This is another one of my favourite places in the world. The Matukituki Valley, winds its way back from the western bays of Lake Wanaka. Here it follows the braided Matukituki River up the centre of the valley. This leads directly into the heart of Mt Aspiring national park. Tall mountain ranges tower in on all sides, leaving you the insignificant viewer humbled in the centre - I get the impression it would have been a spectacular sight to see the glacier that carved this hillside apart.
There are still a number of glaciers in the area. At the top of the valley you can hang a right, and walk for around two hours in dense bush to the Rob Roy glacier. From a safe vantage point you can watch one of NZs most active glaciers. Literally hanging off the side of the Mount Rob Roy.
Few years back we'd walked the track on a bright springs morning. After finishing lunch (and fending off Kea - the local bird guardians) at the foothills of the glacier, we started wandering back for beers, and steak. Suddenly over my shoulder i heard a peel of thunder. This stopped us dead in our tracks. After listening in awe to another set of 'pings' and groans we bore witness to half the glacier tearing itself apart and cascading down the hillside in a mass avalanche of snow and ice. A few minutes after this soft cloud of ice gently enveloped us as it rolled down the valley, dimming the sunlight.
Thats about as memorable as daying walking gets.
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This New Zealand Dunnock or better known as a Garden Sparrow dropped by for a visit while my wife and I were staying in Wanaka. They say this little, feathered friend is not all that attractive but I believe when you get close enough he/she is very photogenic. Another one of God's little creatures.
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.
this is an old shot I found in my files
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Taken on my recent trip to New Orleans. While waiting for my flight something serious was brewing in the distance. Pretty dramatic.
Not even in my dreams in thought that i would see New York city reflections like that on a one day trip. i was trying at different location along the river but wasn't too happy with the results. finally when i stopped at the chart house restaurant in Weehawken, New Jersey and saw the whole river like a reflecting mirror. i know i had to capture this beauty to its fullest.
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New York City (NYC) skyline looking East from New Jersey across the Hudson River at night with the Empire State Building in it's Christmas / Holiday Celebration colors.
Nikon D800 - Nikkor 24-70mm 2.8 [HDR - 9 exposures]
One of my favorite cities in the world. This New York City photo was taken from Brooklyn.
..."Be glad today. Tomorrow may bring tears. Be brave today. The darkest night will pass. And golden rays will usher in the dawn."...
This was one of the most dramatic New York sunrises I have seen from Jersey City.
Single RAW processed in Adobe Lightroom with minor white balance and saturation adjustments.
Explore highest position # 55 on Jan 17, 2009. Thanks friends for your comments, faves and critiques.
Cologne city center from the Rhine river during new year's eve.
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Brooklyn Bridge and Lower Manhattan skyline, New York City. I ♥ NY!
New York skyline viewed from Brooklyn Bridge Park
167 seconds exposure
I thought it was nice to see new life in this broken main branch of an old tree. ( I threw in some ubiquitous clouds for good measure ).
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I really like the new architecture of One New Change set against the old architecture of St Pauls in London it's really interesting. I love how the architecture of the new building leads you to the older cathedral.
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