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Step out on this old stone pier if you dare, to be surrounded by water, forest and mountains...
"On Stage" -
Blinded by the light.
Fearful of the light.
Swept up among the light.
Humbled by the light.
Fearful no more.
All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages.
must view large on black
Exposure: 0.017 sec (1/60)
Focal Length: 17 mm
ISO Speed: 200
the monarch caterpillars [there were 5]
stage 1: the mother
stage 2: the eggs
stage 3: the caterpillars
stage 4: the pupa or chrysalis [two weeks development for the monarch]
can you find them? look hard. we did.
3 photos. but we've only found 2 of the 5 caterpillars in this pupal stage.
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My annual spring collages. Last year, I posted four different stages of the crocuses life cycle, this year I put them into one large piece. Believe it or not, this post-processing took twice as long as a single Proud Wanderer picture because of different messy backgrounds that I had to get rid of.
the last couple of weeks I was freaking busy with my rl ... and missed my virtual friends a bunch ... but now I'm back on stage :D
Graham Coffey Rally Team and their Ford Fiesta at the 2014 Neil Howard Stages, Oulton Park.
impressed surprised well and truly astonished how I've managed to pull this one back through Lightroom!
It was really difficult to expose for this time of night - actually, I think it might only have been around 5pm (bearing in mind it was November) - so I was overexposing a little to gain a tad more detail. However, as they came around the corner in front of me the headlights threw everything out the window!
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With a background like that who wouldn't want to perform at center stage...
Three-image extreme wide angle panorama.
Well.....it was one of those weeks where I just wanted to exit the stage left.