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A lovely curved branch provides a nice frame to the view of the path beside the River Dodder near Rathfarnham, Dublin.
Less saturated - www.flickr.com/photos/sbh/6233702654/in/photostream/
Personally I prefer this version, but I'm curious to know what others think.
I am way behind with contacts so today I will mostly do reactive comments - you comment on mine, I'll comment on yours.
The title tells all.
That's a freight train sooooo slow. Only the engine had lights and others were just dark boxes, I mean containers.
Made perfect light trails on the bridge and left sparkles on the water.
This was our wedding anniversary day. We both work in the city (Sydney) but busy during the weekdays with kids and parrots:laughing:, so we came back to our local. I just wanted to take memorial shots.
This river is quite nice. All the parrots, pompom birds, ball birds, and more live along this riverside.
The Colorado River as it flows through the Big Bend above Moab, Utah. This canyon wall is one of the boundaries for Arches National Park. While this section seems calm, rafting has been exciting with the higher water.
As always, thanks so much for taking a look.
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The River Twiss twisting through the valley along side Twistleton Scar in the Yorkshire Dales. There appears to be a lot of twists in this description!
A mixture of sunlight and clouds produced gorgeous reflections along the River Dodder just downstream from Rathfarnham Bridge, Dublin.
I hate it when we go onto winter time...my body - and our cat Maggie - tell me it's an hour later !!
Thr River Wharfe Near Addingham,June 2017, Dales Way, Yorkshire Dales, UK
Captured in: Brooklyn Bridge Park - Brooklyn Heights, NY.
View of the Brooklyn Bridge from the East River Park of the same name.
The small rectangular glass building In the foreground is Jane's Carousel, which was originally constructed in 1922 for an amusement park in Ohio. The carousel was restored by Jane Walentas, a Brooklyn artist who spent over 20 years overseeing its restoration.
This image provides a view of the bridge, carousel, and buildings in Lower Manhattan (including South Street Seaport).
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HDR image constructed from 3 bracketed shots - 2 stop differential between each image.
The image was processed w/ ACR, Photomatix, and finished in Photoshop (includes the use of Topaz Labs plugins -- Adjust, Clarity, Clean, Denoise, Glow, Impression and LensFX).
The bridge is probably called Queen Margaret Drive which is right next to Glasgow Botanical Gardens which is free just like Kew Garden years back. The latter charges 16 Pound per head now !
"Wonderful framing of the lush river banks. Soft light and reflections. Peaceful scene. "
A review by a Flickr friend Gertrud Klopp
The high fens in Belgium.
The high plateau that stretches north of Malmédy up as far as Eupen is known as the Hautes Fagnes (in German, the Hohes Venn or High Fens) and is now protected as a national park. This area marks the end of the Ardennes proper and has been twinned with the Eifel hills to form the sprawling Deutsch-Belgischer Naturpark. The Hautes Fagnes accommodates Belgium’s highest peak, the Signal de Botrange (694m), but the rest of the area is boggy heath and woods, windswept and rather wild – excellent hiking country, though often fearsome in winter.
I have shot at this location a number of times. Here is a slightly different angle. Morpeth, New South Wales. Australia.
I'm not exactly sure where this was taken, as this particular stretch of river is somewhere up in the mountainous region going toward Tatamagouche.
It felt like we were traveling an old mountain logging road for a while.
Taken in or around McCallum Settlement, in Colchester County, Nova Scotia, Canada.