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Shabla, Bulgaria 2013
Nice days in Bulgaria..
Safe Ground For Redbreasts - Erase- Shabla,Bulgaria'2011
A 2K12 Kub mobile surface-to-air missile system fires during the multinational live-fire training exercise Shabla 19, in Shabla, Bulgaria, June 12, 2019. Shabla 19 is designed to improve readiness and interoperability between the Bulgarian Air Force, Navy and Land Forces, and the 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command, U.S. Army Europe. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Thomas Mort) www.dvidshub.net
I have always thought that the sea is one of the most promising places to take photographs. If you go near a beach you can play with the shapes and forms created by water, if it is a rocky shore you can play with the rocks and the movement of the water. So if you feel uninspired on where to go to shoot this weekend, go to the beach, it's more beautiful in the winter.
Hope you like it, enjoy!
Photo: Tyulenovo, Bulgaria
Je rêvais d'un autre monde,
où les hommes ne seraient plus immondes.
Je rêvais d'une Terre en paix,
où on vivrait sans avoir à s'en faire.
Et ce serait la paix sur Terre !
I dreamed of another world,
where human would break all of our chain.
I dreamed of another land in peace,
where we would live without worry.
And it would be peace on Earth!
mikme tseway terchen chenre sik
drime kyenpay wangpo jampel yang
dupung malu jomdze sangway dak
gangchen kepay tsuk-guyen tsongkapa
losang drakpay shabla solwa deb
Sgt. Zane Pettibone and Spc. Svenson Albert, a Stinger Man-Portable Air Defense System (MANPADS) team with 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, conduct engagement sequences and the 13 critical checks of the Stinger Man-Portable Air Defense System (MANPADS), as part of the multinational live-fire training exercise Shabla 19, June 11, 2019. Shabla 19 is designed to improve readiness and interoperability between the Bulgarian Air Force, Navy and Land Forces, and the 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command, U.S. Army Europe. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Thomas Mort)
14 Février 2013 : Tulenovo (Bulgarie) : depuis le Lac de Shabla en direction du Sud, une route longe les côtes de la Mer Noire. Cette côte offre des paysages de champs et de pelouses propices à l’observation des rapaces (Buse Variable, Buse Pattue, Hibou des Marais, Faucon Crécerelle).
14 February 2013 : Tulenovo (Bulgaria) : since Shabla Lake to the south, a coastal road is following the Black Sea coast, offering a scenery of fields that are very interesting for the birds of prey (Common Buzzard, Rough-Legged Hawk, Short-Eared Owl, Common Kestrel).
"Save ground for Red breasts"
with Jermain on the bird and Yeto on this beautiful trompe l`oil landscape
14 Février 2013 : Tulenovo (Bulgarie) : Hibou des Marais à l’affût, observé en fin de journée le long de la côte (au Sud de Shabla).
14 February 2013 : Tulenovo (Bulgaria) : Short-Eared Owl photographed at the end of the day, along the coastal road, south of Shabla.
John Curd It's a female Crocothemis erythraea, John, a.k.a. Broad Scarlet.
Day 2 15/6/2019 A trip out from "Russulka Village Resort" on "The Black Sea" stopping first at DuranKulak and then Shabla. A burning hot day with a merciful breeze . Both sites , wetland lagoons adjacent to the sea behind sand dunes. Stopped for a beautiful open air lunch at a small tavern by the sea at Duranluk
View of Lake Durankulak
Surface area4 km2 (1.5 sq mi)
Islands2 (Big Island, Small Island)
Official nameDurankulak Lake
Designated28 November 1984
The freshwater Lake Durankulak is separated from the Black Sea by sand dunes and a beach strip, it has an area of around 4 square kilometres and features two islands in its western part, the Big Island (0.02 km2) and the Small Island (0.0053 km2). As the habitat of 260 rare and endangered species, the lake is one of the most important and well-preserved coastal wetlands in Bulgaria. Among the important birds in the area are the little bittern, ferruginous duck, mute swan, western marsh harrier, paddyfield warbler. The greater white-fronted goose, red-breasted goose and mallard spend the winter there, and there are large populations of the pygmy cormorant and great white pelican.
The lake is also an archaeologically important area. Pithouses of the oldest known inhabitants of Dobruja, dating to 5100–4700 BC, have been unearthed near the west shore, as well as 3500–3400 BC mound burials and a Sarmatian necropolis from Late Antiquity. The Big Island of Lake Durankulak is particularly important, as it is the site of an Eneolithic settlement of 4600–4200 BC, a cultural monument of national importance. The island also features a 1300–1200 BC fortified settlement, a Hellenistic rock-hewn cave sanctuary of Cybele (3rd century BC) and a Bulgar settlement from the 9th–10th century AD. Because of its age and importance, the archaeological complex has been dubbed the "Bulgarian Troy".
Lagune de Shabla au bord de la mer Noire - Bulgarie
Шабленска тузла - България
Shabla Tuzla (250 decares) is located approximately 6 km of the town of Shabla (northeast of Bulgaria). The Lake is completely separated from the Black sea by a sand strip about 80 m wide. It is a salt lake – lagoon, formed mainly by infiltration of saline waters beneath the sand dunes which separate it from the sea.
Whooper swans flying. Juveniles have gray plumage.
Vol de cygnes chanteurs. Les juvéniles ont le plumage gris.
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Tuylenovo - Тюленово - is a village and seaside resort on the north Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, part of Dobrich Province in between Shabla and Kavarna. "Tyulen" means seal in Bulgarian, but seals hadn't been seen in the area since the 1980s. Tuylenovo can be reached by taking the old seaside road from Kavarna that passes along the rocky coastline, through the sea resort of ‘Rusalka’.
One more addition to my moon photo series. I was looking forward to go to Tuylenovo village to capture its beautiful rocks and idea to capture them with full moon seemed as a great combination. Not taken with usual 100 ISO as there is much less light than during normal blue hour. Moon gives lot of light but you still need much more sensitive setting in the camera to capture nice blue color.
Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II; Lens: EF17-40mm f/4L USM, Focal length: 19.00 mm; Aperture: 9.0, Exposure time: 32.0 s, ISO: 500
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Petit matin au bord de la Mer Noire.
Рано сутринта по брега на Черно море.
Shabla / Шабла - 28.10.2016
Enough is Enough" © 140 Ideas 2012
during the Shabla Kite and Graffiti Festival
The last Dodo bird - 1662
The Last Pyrenean ibex, named Celia - 2000
The Last Pinta Island tortoise, named Lonesome George - 2012
And MANY MANY MORE species...