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One of the many unnamed towering red entrada sandstone monuments near Park Ave in Arches National Park.
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What you see in this photo is over 3/4 of Magnolia Park! It's a small one, but very pretty. Yesterday, the only birds or wildlife I saw there were a couple of White Ibises that were feeding on the lawn. Otherwise, it was one of the least profitable stops there I've made, but I did so to attempt some new things with my camera.
I think aside from the one good selfie, this was my favorite shot of the outing. I tried to line the trees up for a perspective shot, and I think it was pretty effective, but I would have liked it better had the blue of the sky shown more.
I played with ISO and looks like on this one it was only set to 100. The park was blazing bright when I was there at about 1 PM. I still had to bring up detail in post processing, but at least it pulled up well and didn't seem to turn as grainy on me. Hopefully the entire shoot wasn't a loss!
I remember you as you were in the last autumn.
You were the grey beret and the still heart.
In your eyes the flames of the twilight fought on.
And the leaves fell in the water of your soul.
Clasping my arms like a climbing plant
the leaves garnered your voice, that was slow and at peace.
Bonfire of awe in which my thirst was burning.
Sweet blue hyacinth twisted over my soul.
I feel your eyes traveling, and the autumn is far off:
Grey beret, voice of a bird, heart like a house
Towards which my deep longings migrated
And my kisses fell, happy as embers.
Sky from a ship. Field from the hills:
Your memory is made of light, of smoke, of a still pond!
Beyond your eyes, farther on, the evenings were blazing.
Dry autumn leaves revolved in your soul.
In Lodz, for some reason, parks have their official and unofficial names .-) this one, officially called Old Town Park (Park Staromiejski) is better known as Park Śledzia (Herring Park). The name comes from the fact that before WW2 there was a market and salted herring was the king of it.
here more info - with English subtitles
Snow covered park. City Krasnogorsk, Moscow region. Russia
There was a great trail going along the river, but it had been raining so the trail was a little muddy.
Happy week everyone
One photo from awesome park ...
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Dear Flickr Friends, sorry for my absence today. Full day i had traveling.
I took my camera to Crossflatts park to get some photos of the snow/frost and the fog, the fog gives a really nice perspective to the image with the more distant trees fading away.
A huge urban park in downtown Shanghai.
Thanks for your visits and kind comments my friends..cheers
Fascinating shapes in Central Park, Manhattan (one from the archives)
Wrest Park The present house was built in 1834–39, to designs by its owner Thomas de Grey, 2nd Earl de Grey, an amateur architect and the first president of the Royal Institute of British Architects, who was inspired by buildings he had seen on trips to Paris. He based his house on designs published in French architectural books such as Jacques-François Blondel's
Viennese city park
The Wiener Stadtpark stretches from the Parkring in the 1st district of Vienna to the Heumarkt in the 3rd district of Vienna and is a popular Viennese park for tourists and locals alike. Its area is 65,000 m².