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Tras 2 portadas de explore seguidas quiero dedicar esta foto especialmente a madriguera por ser la primera persona que creyó en mí y en mis fotos.

Sin detrimento de todos los demás, a los cuales os agrezco y tengo en alta estima cada uno de vuestros comentarios.

Debido al interes por el lugar esta foto se encuentra geotaged

Cada vez que paso por esta carretera, no puedo evitar parar en la zona de descanso para tirarle un par de fotos a este arbol.

Otra version de hace 3 meses

#nº1 on explore 27/03/2007

Same picture as before but with a little PS

Previously added to the Cream of the Crop pool as my most interesting picture of the moment.

i find it amazing to see how beautiful can be such a small thing we burn and throw away every day...

 

Added to the Cream of the Crop pool as most favorited photo of my stream. (523 faves on September 22nd 2009) thanks guys!!

Mira que he pasado veces por el lado y por debajo de esta estructura y aun no se para que cojo... sirve, excepto para dejar colgados en el exterior la pelicula estrella de las navidades pasadas de los cines que están al lado

Location: São Bartolomeu do Mar (Portugal)

Camera: Canon EOS 5D

Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM

 

Notes: the charismatic bather man from São Bartolomeu do Mar

happily receiving this photo i took him last year.

 

Outtake from the book "Romeiros~Pilgrims."

  

wall of morning fog

Gracias a todos por los títulos, especialmente a santiago,irene, dujarandille y pilar, por las sugerencias. Creo que al final opto por el titulo conjunto de dujan y pilar (nubarrones toledanos vistos por un farol)

Model: Sonia (Portugal)

Camera: Canon EOS 5D

Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM

i thought this might be interesting.

Models: Natacha & Bruno (Portugal)

Camera: Canon EOS 10D

Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM

best viewed large! ;)

 

my mom went to the market and bought a lot of peas!!!! she's addicted to veggies. and i helped her take the peas out the pods.. hmmmm... actually, i didn't help her, it was me doing all the work! LOL at some point i thought about flickr (actually i think of flickr every 5 minutes) LOL again! LOL! it took me a while to manage to split the pods so the peas wouldn't break from the pod, but i finally had enough to take this shot! hope you like it!! ;)

 

published in the may 2007 issue of NZ Gardener Magazine, New Zeeland's top selling gardening magazine!

flickr.com/photos/bitzi/664711372/

 

shown in the Musée de l'Elysée's exhibit ‘We are all photographers now!’

flickr.com/photos/bitzi/403710000/

 

Winner of the PhotoStockPlus Contest (Food theme) on the 31st of January 2007:

www.photostockplus.com/contest.php?action=last :))))

 

-Added to the Cream of the Crop pool as my best of 2006.

 

and from a different angle:

www.flickr.com/photos/bitzi/161585740

 

Model: Diana

Camera: Canon EOS 5D

Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM

The drinking straw is a device used for sucking up a liquid - usually a drink. A thin tube of plastic (especially polystyrene) or other material, straight or with an accordion-like living hinge, it is employed by being held with one end in the mouth and another end in the drink. Muscular action reduces air pressure in the mouth, whereupon atmospheric pressure forces the drink up the straw.

 

The first straws were made by the Sumerians, and used for drinking beer (as to avoid the solid byproducts of fermentation). Argentinians use a similar device called bombilla that acts as both a straw and sieve for drinking mate tea. The modern drinking straw was patented in 1888.

 

In 1888, Marvin Stone patented the spiral winding process to manufacture the first paper drinking straws. Stone was already a producer of paper cigarette holders. His idea was to make paper drinking straws. Before his straws, beverage drinkers were using the natural rye grass straws.

 

Stone made his prototype straw by winding strips of paper around a pencil and gluing it together. He then experimented with paraffin-coated manila paper, so the straws would not become soggy while someone was drinking. Marvin Stone decided the ideal straw was 8 1/2-inches long with a diameter just wide enough to prevent things like lemon seeds from being lodged in the tube.

 

(text source: wikipedia)

Model: Rita

Camera: Canon EOS 5D

Lens: Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L USM

Model: Vítor

Camera: Canon EOS 5D

Lens: Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L USM

Location: Room 416

Camera: Canon EOS 5D

Lens: Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L USM

So I just got back from a week in Mexico and I have over 1000 pictures to sift through and edit. Plus another 250 from the Toronto Auto Show. I also have my 4th year project for university and other school stuff so I'm going to be pretty busy. Just wanted to upload a shot to show what there is to look forward to.

I'll be slowly going through the photos, jumping back and forth between Mexico and auto show pictures.

 

This was taken at Xel-Ha in Mexico, it's a famous snorkeling place where fresh water and salt water mix, creating a special habitat for fish. I'll have shots from the underwater camera developed and scanned later as well.

Dedicado a todos aquellos que querían ver los reflejos enteros. Comentar que la foto anterior el agua fue creada de forma artificial en un programa de retoque fotográfico por eso el reflejo era como era.

Model: Ana

Camera: Canon EOS 5D

Lens: Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L USM

Model: Sonia (Portugal)

Camera: Canon EOS 5D

Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM

just finished looking through pdn's 30, 2007

Studio386.

 

HDR image from the Reagan Library of the smoke overhanging Ventura County from the 80,000 acre Day fire in August, 2008. Here is another taken on a 'normal' day.

 

Added to the Cream of the Crop pool as most favorited.

Location: Ponte de Lima (Portugal)

Camera: Canon EOS 5D

Lens: Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L USM

 

Note: a view through the window of the kangaroo's carousel ticket cabin.

 

Included in the book "Romeiros~Pilgrims"

Model: Paulo (Portugal)

Camera: Canon EOS 10D

Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM

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