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At an elevation of 4,629 feet, Max Patch boasts a 360-degree view of the Appalachian Mountains including the Blue Ridge and the Smokies.
The famous Appalachian National Scenic Trail (or A.T.) on top of Max Patch Mountain near Hot Springs. It was cleared and used as pasture in the 1800s. Today, it's a 350-acre tract of open land on a high knob with 360-degree views. On a clear day, you can see from Mt. Mitchell on the east to the Great Smoky Mountains on the south. Max Patch is part of the Pisgah National Forest.
There are times when only a lone Tree will do! .. 27 December, Frogatt Edge, Peak District, Derbyshire, UK..
Gewöhnlicher Mauerlattich (Mycelis muralis) - Wall Lettuce // Macro Mondays - Stars -
Der Stern aus 5 Samen hat einen Durchmesser (aussen) von ca. 1 cm - the star has a diameter (outside) of about 1 cm.
This view is overlooking Red Hills Ranch just outside of Jackson Hole Wyoming. The complexity of layers and the natural beauty is amazing.
Outside in the field the hidingplaces are minimal so you have to accept what's available
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Ich wünsche allen ein wunderschönes Jahr 2017 und das alle eure Wünsche in Erfüllung gehen!
I wish you all a wonderful year 2017 and all your wishes come true!
Wenn man ein wenig abseits der bekannten Wege von Rothenburg geht, gelangt man ausserhalb der Stadtmauern in das Tal wo der Fluss Tauber fließt. Hier steht diese wunderschöne mittelalterliche Brücke und daneben gleich ein entzückendes Fachwerkhäuschen.
If you are a little off the known paths of Rothenburg, you get outside the city walls into the valley where the River Tauber flows. Here stands this beautiful medieval bridge and next to it an enchanting half-timbered house.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber - Franken
Bayern (Bavaria) - Deutschland (Germany)
Dezember (December) 2016
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Morning clouds begin to burn off as the late-summer sun warms the mountains of Alaska’s Glacier Bay.
Just afore i took this image, they turned the lights on the outside of the museum for the evening, and they reflected nicely in the water
The Calder & Hebble Navigation just outside the town centre
A group of young adult lions were just outside my tent in Namibia. (A real tent, not one of the luxury ones.) We spent a good two hours in their company as they searched for water and played in the nice morning light.
Looking down the valley from Burbage Bridge... December 2016, Peak District, Derbyshire ,UK
Great Langdale, from the slopes of Pike of Blisco, September 2016, Lake District, Cumbria, Uk
This was shot on a random dark road somewhere 30 minutes outside of Reykjavik that probably only our driver Siggi knows where it's located.
You hear stories of people going to Iceland to see the Northern Lights and not seeing them the entire time there and others getting full-blown auroras with crazy dancing lights. Well, we didn't quite get the crazy dancing lights here, but we were still quite lucky to see them on the very first night we arrived and then a second time about a week later, so no complaints.
This was my first time attempting to shoot the Northern Lights and I had little astrophotography experience in general so it was a bit of a struggle at first to get good results, but through lots of trial and error you have the result seen here :)
[ Explored number 19 on 30 December 2016 - thank you ! ]
The year is almost finished. But this extraordinary tree isn't finished yet ! In the spring, it will grow fresh leaves in parts (believe me, I've seen it !) It's the most photographed tree in Sutton Park. So, like this tree, may your world be suffused with golden light, life and love. May you be happy and may 2017 be a wonderful year for you.
Thank you, as always, for all your wonderful support over the years. I am eternally grateful. Now, off we go for another super year - no matter what the outside world throws at us, we'll carry on, won't we! YES !!!
Processed using three different textures by Lenabem-Anna.
Thank you Anna !
Duden Kıyı Şelalesi, Duden Parkı, Lara, Antalya. Turkey
I took this capture of a small tree filled with bright and pretty looking winterberries in Plainville, Massachusetts.
Brasserie located in the renovated Old Fish Market. The interior is just as impressive as the outside and the view of the water and the Great Butcher’s hall is magnificent. In the same compound you have the Tourist Office of Ghent.
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This is my neighbour.
Every evening he sits down and has a lovely time with magpies.
Magpies are often waiting for him outside when he's not there.
Somewere on the East coast, north of Scarbrough, July 2016 East Yorkshire, UK...
A wooden walkway leads into the forest at the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge, Texas.
The River Ashop, As it runs through Woodlands Valley, Near the A57 , Peak District Derbyshire, Uk, September 2016
Part of the old milstone Quarry, near Millstone Edge, overlooking Hathersage , Early December Peak District , Derbyshire Uk..
This little waterfall is in Maspie Den just outside the picturesque village of Falkland in Fife, Scotland.
This is a 6 minute exposure with a Lee Big Stopper as it was pretty dark in there any way, but not dark enough to give the water the soft quality that I wanted.
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A lone Stag on the Big Moor... Not a shot i would normaly attempt, due to not owning the right lens for this purpose.. but I thought I'd give it a go, was fairly pleased with the result! Handheld at 300mm, late December. Big Moor, Peak District, Derbyshire ,UK
View of Great Langdale, from the Nothern Summit of the Pike Of Blisco... September 2016, Lake District, Cumbria, UK
View of Windermere from Low Pike.. July 2016, Lake district, Cumbria, UK
View of Buttermere, and Fleetwith Pike, September 2016 Lake District Cumbria, UK
Was having dinner at East Coast Seafood Centre. The row of restaurants is just on the right, outside of this picture. The restaurants have a direct view to the seas and a very pleasant place for dinning. I stood on the break waters for this sunset shot.
The winter and the cold wave came to Switzerland.
With this picture I did not make it easy for me. At first I really could not decide which photo to put on flickr. I wrestled with myself, because I would like to present the most beautiful photo for my friends here. Secondly, the picture was made under very difficult external conditions, because it was really "bitterly cold". I could barely touch my hands after photographing and yet I wanted to get a nice photo of these beautiful ice crystals. I succeeded, more or less, because the background was not ideal for that. In addition, my faithful friend Roco had to wait for me and there I no longer want to start one try after another. This time I did not want to make any compromises with the warm colors of the picture, because the cold should be very touchable. I believe this has succeeded with this picture. I am fascinated by this "little work of art". Each little detail is a miracle of creation, because it was shaped by the elements of nature and radiates its brilliance as long as this nature allows.
I am grateful for these little things without which life would not be so beautiful and interesting.
Rejoice over the elements of nature.
I thank you all for the interest and enthusiasm for my work here. I am happy about every comment from you and every time you like my pictures. Thank you very much for all the favorites and for watching my photos.
Small supplement of today:
The winter has caught up with me too, for I am terribly cold. Nevertheless, or just because of this, I am looking forward to every single word from you. Also, I always see in the little things, which makes the importance and beauty of life. Wish all of you a blessed time, without illness and with much love and joy. Hope you can all be in a nice warm place, because outside it is extremely cold here. Brrrrrr .....
....first there was darkness till i created the night, first there was darkness and darkness was right. darkness is moving into the light...
(lyrics: noa and gil dor)
Evening shot from Higger Tor looking towards Stanage And the Hope Valley, August 2016, Peak District , Derbyshire , UK
All good things must come to an end. The sad moment of the end of my holiday is here.
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View of Ladybower, and Ashopton Viaduct. December 24th, Peak District , Derbyshire, UK
It was a strange day weatherwise... 5 minutes before i took this, it was snowing that heavy, you could hardly see your hand in front of you! Crookstone moor, with Win Hill, And Crook Hill in the background.. April 2016, Peak District, UK..
I took this photograph of a pretty looking twilight sky overlooking a pond in Largo, Florida.
Recently attended a concert by the river, this view was better than the drunk in front of me. (Quick edit. The bridge is scheduled to be replaced later this year. )