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Seen in Cuba on the blooms of a tree with the sign "Jaguey" - I assume the name of the tree .. which attracted many insects.
There are several Silver Lakes in California. This one is located on Highway 158, about halfway around the June Lake Loop that leads to and from Highway 395 in Mono County.
Simplygeeky and I went to Silver Lake Mill yesterday afternoon to take photos of swans. It was about 40 minutes before sunset when we got there, so the sun was already low enough to cast warm light across the water.
Since I've already subjected you to Christmas pugs all week, I've decided to change my modus operandi and show you LOTS and LOTS of swans. More to come...
Let my soul, a shining tree,
Silver branches lift towards thee
Where on a hallowed winter’s night
The clear-eyed angels may alight.
And if there should be tempests in
My spirit, let them surge like din
Of noble melodies at war
With fervour of such blades of triumph as are
Flashed in white orisons of saints who go
On shafts of glory to the ecstasies they know.
Silver Towers, Twin 60-story residence buildings developed by Larry Silverstein.
A Silver and Gold sky over Tewet Tarn, near Keswick in Cumbria. One of those evenings when i had a very special light.
Canon EOS 5D MKII, Canon 17-40mm, F11, 17mm, ISO50, Exp 2 Seconds
Lee ND 0.9, Lee Hard Grad 0.6
Raw File Processed in Lightroom, Edited in Elements.
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Silver Lake is nestled deep within the heart of the Sierra Nevada at the base of Carson Peak, California Route 158 known as "Carson's Camp," and it has been famous for quality mountain recreation since the 1920's. The Rush Creek Trailhead is located at the north end of the lake, providing trail access to the Rush Creek Basin, The Ansel Adams Wilderness and Yosemite National Park.
Fishing boat Silver Spray in Stornoway harbour.
Low key process on a 3 shot HDR.
Noisy silver gull at the beach.
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I don't want to wait anymore I'm tired of looking for answers
Take me some place where there's music and there's laughter
I don't know if I'm scared of dying but I'm scared of living too fast, too slow
Regret, remorse, hold on, oh no I've got to go
There’s no starting over, no new beginnings, time races on
And you've just gotta keep on keeping on
Gotta keep on going, looking straight out on the road
Can't worry 'bout what's behind you or what's coming for you further up the road
I try not to hold on to what is gone, I try to do right what is wrong
I try to keep on keeping on
Yeah I just keep on keeping on
Mixture of textures by Distressed
The silver-gray foliage of this interesting plant creates a beautiful setting for the magenta/purple blossoms. One popular name is Dusty Miller, which is very confusing because so many plants share the same name! I hunted for the botanical name (see tags) in hopes of lessening the confusion a bit. (Zuiko 50mm macro, f/11, 1/320 sec., ISO 640, open shade, handheld)
Click anywhere in the image to see the large view on black (or press "L" to "view in light box" -- same thing).
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Created for Treat This 48 in the Kreative People group www.flickr.com/groups/1752359@N21/discuss/72157648161620398/
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A native silver eye feasting on bush tomatoes
(zosterops lateralis, native to Sth + Eastern Australia)
On Explore today 21-06-2008 #263
Silver hour at Derwent Water. An overcast sunset resulted in silvery light over Derwent Water near Keswick.
I’m back from my Adirondack adventure – great week full of rocks, water and sky with lots of woods and wildlife thrown in. The weather was a bit temperamental – rained all but the first full day, especially evenings and mornings, with sprinkles throughout. There was some question as to whether it was only raining in the “bowl” containing Silver Lake, since once we moved on from there the skies cleared some.
This is my first photo upon arrival after 12 hours driving 650 miles, taken about 8:30PM. No tripod – that was still buried in the car somewhere, and I didn’t want to miss the gorgeous light for a minute. Had to rush to get to the Adirondack “camp” before dark because the little driveway was hard to find, then 1.5 miles down this winding, twisting, up and down gravel path to the Adirondack style rental aptly called Latitude 44.5. This driveway prevented me from wondering the area after dark, but I got early starts each day.
Silver Lake is a beautiful, crystal clear, natural body of water nestled in the High Peaks region of the Adirondack Mtns, New York. It is surrounded by Silver Lake Mountain, Douglas Mtn, and Alder Brook Mtn. The “camp” did not have a telephone, and cell service was not available. Enjoyed the wildlife, but did not get decent photos. Every night and morning we were treated to the eerie calls of the Loons. A mink with a fish appeared less than a foot from my foot to stare at me, but my camera was on the tripod so I just stayed still and enjoyed the moment.
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I always thought of a crow as being all black. However, when the sun caught the upper wing on this crow as it took flight, it made it shine like silver. Even parts of the branches had a silver lining to them.
Rainy days can't get me down. My silver lining on this day was the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. I don't think a bad picture can be taken from this building.
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Kansas City, MO
which appears only at midnight with receiving pale moonlight.
As far as I can tell this is a Silver-washed fritillary. I was quite lucky as he stayed in the same area for quite a while and came back again when he was chased away by other butterflies so I got quite a lot of shots of it. This is my favourite one.
365 days in colour
22/31 orange in July
Silver & Green.
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Taken at Alners Gorse nature reserve with a Sony 70-400G2 zoom lens.
Stumbled onto a weird little spot with Asume. Fat caps, silver and some scraps were the ingredients. Mine feels a little noodly...
This waterfall is located near Creede Colorado. Travel along the Silver Thread Scenic By Way across Slumgullion Pass from Lake City Colorado. This waterfall actually name is North Clear Creek Waterfalls.
This butterfly is our largest fritillary and gets its name from the beautiful streaks of silver found on the underside of the wings. The bright orange male is quite distinctive as it flies powerfully along woodland rides, pausing only briefly to feed or investigate anything with an orange hue that could be a potential mate.
We went back to Alners Gorse today and met up with Frank Gardiner. We had a great day out and the butterflies didn't disappoint once again. I think this is the pick of my shots.
Another image from the archives as I wait patiently for winter to return
Too many people miss the silver lining because they're expecting gold.
The clear, icy and swift Ohanapecosh River tumbles over Silver Falls (40') as it flows from its headwaters in the glaciers and snowfields high up on the sides of Mt. Rainier.
Friday's here. Enjoy!
The silver-breasted broadbill is a species of bird in the broadbill family Eurylaimidae. It is monotypic within the genus Serilophus.
Scientific name: Serilophus lunatus
The Silver River is an absolutely gorgeous float! I will be back here again, that's for sure!
The Silver Strand (An Trá Bhán in Irish) is a horse-shoe shaped beach situated at Malin Beag, near Glencolmcille, in south-west County Donegal, Ireland
Fingal Beach - Silver award in the Better Photography competition. I came 7th, wow. This is a huge honour for me :-)
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