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Some impressions of four great days in London around NYE.
It is refreshing to walk through the park to recover from the noise of the city.
A quick Wednesday wander around the my local woods in Stanmer Park. Autumn is still hanging in there.
Star Trails over Park Avenue at the Arches National Park.
On our trip to the Arches I kept the Park Avenue to shoot at the last for the North Star was aligning almost at its center, perfect to get the circular trails about it.
But I did not account for the cold we had to face for getting the shot. Finally I decide to open the shutter and leave the camera on the tripod and wait in the jeep. But then we saw a bunch of deers around us presenting the threat of knocking down the camera. Thus I alone went and spent 50 chilling minutes for the shot (the idea was to wait for 1.5h but being from California makes you soft for cold).
Hope you'd like the photograph.
The park keeper's house in St Stephen's Green, Dublin.
This is the first textured image I've done in years. I have just discovered how to do it using Photoshop Mix on my iPad.
The texture is Aborigine by Skeletalmess:
Additional editing in Lightroom.
The original photo was taken on my iPhone 6s last December
Also, this marks my 100th photo on Flickr Explore.
bigger on joe's nyc.
1995: it's all about the light.
1999: it's all about access.
2004: it's all moving furniture.
2009: it's all about the light.
Located at the end of long, wide walkway lined by Spanish Moss-laden Oak trees, the fountain in Forsyth Park dates to 1858, and is one of the best known sights in Savannah, Georgia. And, it is surrounded by a circular fence. :-)
Avenue of beechtrees from the park.
En av de vackra bokskogsalléerna i Ekebyhovsparken på Ekerö.
photo taken with my Samsung cellphone.
Navy Yard Park, Amherstburg, ON
Övedskloster is a village in the municipality Sjöbo.
After the stage of the city name comes from the monastery associated premonstratensorden based on the location of the 1160s. The monastery turned into secular hands years 1535th Övedskloster Castle, park and access roads with alleys and Ovid church is one of the biggest attractions Sjöbo.
This place used to be a convent, but after the Danish reformation it was remade into a more secular place owned by the Danish crown - before it was given to Otto Lindenow. When the Swedes got hold of Scania after the peace of Roskilde the castle changed owner to Carl Mauritz Lewenhaupt. In 1753 it was bought from the then current Lewenhaupt by his brother-in-law, Hans Ramel, who ordered the building of the current castle. This was made 1765-1776, in roccoco style after drawings made by the architect Carl Hårleman - but he was not alive to do watch over the building himself, that was instead made by another famous architect of the time: Jean Eric Rehn. The castle is still owned by the Ramel family.