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On the way to storm chase in Colorado. The New Mexico sky was just so tempting to shoot the milky way between Deming and Hatch. Been very busy storm chasing the last few weeks, and in the coming weeks will be extremely busy with work and storm chasing in Arizona. Will try and keep up with all the new contacts and old ones as I can. Thank you all for your support. :)
"New Year's Day. A fresh start. A new chapter in life waiting to be written. New questions to be asked, embraced, and loved. Answers to be discovered and then lived in this transformative year of delight and self-discovery. Today carve out a quiet interlude for yourself in which to dream, pen in hand. Only dreams give birth to change."
Sarah Ban Breathnach
All the best to you my friends for this new year, that you may take the most beautiful pictures and bath yourself in the best light possible!
A pretty section of beach along the Atlantic Ocean in New Hampshire.
Pleased to score a perfect 10 for New York Melody in last night's Abandoned or Decayed competition at Focus in Denver.
For out trip to Maine this summer, we also explored a little of the little New Hampshire coastline ... liked this pretty section with the rocks and seaweed.
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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Taken on my recent trip to New Orleans. While waiting for my flight something serious was brewing in the distance. Pretty dramatic.
New Leave's have so much Texture and Detail's,it make's it fun to find some.
new life was given today in the birdhouse of our zoo
(pictures taken through the glass pane of the incubator under difficult lighting conditions).
Cologne city center from the Rhine river during new year's eve.
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Wild horse in the high deserts of New Mexico.
I love the cholla cactus foreground, the awesome background and of course my New Mexican friend.
From Forest Hill Reserve (Near Winton, South Island, NZ)
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Blue hour ensues over the rocky ... and hairy beach in New Hampshire.
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.
“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end.”
Appropriate saying for this foal. HIs sire had to be put down last July and this is one of his last babies. This foal is only about 5 minutes old here in this shot
Here is an awesome video one of my good flickr friends sent me. check it out.
Last year I posted frequent updates about Mrs Mami Mallard and her six ducklings. Mami is a resident Mallard duck who sucessfully raised her second batch of six remaining babies at Foppe's Acre past Summer after having lost her first brood in Spring.
Mami tried again earlier this year but sadly none of her kids survived.
I am still waiting for Mami to return with her new brood but much to my enjoyment three of her kids from last year showed up past week with their own babies, Mami's grandchildren so to speak!
The whole yard comes to life again with these little peeps. Two mothers live with their kids on the canal where our Scovies live and the other one chose a ditch behind our house. I guess the canal gets too crowded for all these ducklings because the two sisters don't allow anyone to come close to their babies, there's quite a lot of chasing and quacking going on (besides peeping).
These kids will stand a better chance to survive because the water's edge is overgrown with grasses and reeds for them to hide (which wasn't the case in early Spring), and the predators who killed the early ducklings don't have mouths to feed themselves anymore.
I wish them all well and welcome this new generation to Foppe's Acre:-)
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This is another shot from the sunrise that I took a few weeks ago.Thanks for looking and your comments.
I shot this dragon during Chinese New Year celebrations in Paris' Chinatown.
I just got home from a couple weeks out at a remote mine site in the San Benito Mountains called the New Idria Mercury mine. I'm about half way through a project where we are doing a cleanup of this Superfund Site for the EPA. The site is really in the middle of nowhere, and we had no phone or internet access until we recently hooked it up via a satellite connection. The stars out here were incredible, and I got to spend a night camping in the mountains above the mine.
The site has some great history. Here are a couple links if you're interested in learning more about this historic place.
Sorry for my absence from your streams. I've been away a lot lately with limited or no internet access. I hope to catch up with some of my contacts work soon!
This is the courtyard at New College just off The Mound in Edinburgh.
The architects built this so that you could see the Hub's spire between the buildings. It's not quite central but near enough.
This is a 2 shot exposure merged in Photomatix as the contrasts in lighting were very large and the 6D really struggles to bring out detail in the shadows.