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(full colour mix) Coleyville country. ...from an Easter Monday drive with Ernie to Rosevale, via Coleyville, and up the Kerwitz Road. Ernie is 91 and retired from his diary farm in the area about 34 years ago. There are changes in farmers' approaches in the area as the diary industry structurally adjusts to a modern economy. There are very few diary farms left. Most of the land has been given over to beef cattle (as with this one), horse studs and hobby farms. Whether or not this is a good thing remains to be seen...
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Shot with the Olympus E-M1 in Lourmarin, Provence, France.
Canon T90 : 35-70mm Tamron Adaptall II CF Macro f/3.5 (Model 17A) : Kentmere 100 : Pyrocat HD
Institute of Contemporary Art. Miami Design District, Florida.
Taken Jan 2, 2016
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The building was originally a metal works shop, built in 1916. Today, it’s a wine storage facility in a trendy part of Portland.
Built in 1857. One of the two most deadly houses i ever went in. What you are looking at is four rooms and a massive internal chimney that have collapsed into the basement. Shot from the second floor hall.
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A view up into the canopy on a misty morning in Little Wittenham Wood, South Oxfordshire. I was taken by the snaking structure of the branches as the reach up into the sky.
The Helix Bridge represents the double helix of DNA. An engineering feat. Singapore.
Its hot in California so I am going through old files and I found this to share.
The structures in this image are the tops of downtown art. They are connected to a trunk like structure and completed, resemble a tree. However, from two stories up they looked more like a strange version of multiple white foamed, crashing waves with the golden rays of the sun in the background.
Offshore, wind turbine bases, dominate the skyline at Wallsend.
A tree shows off its central structure amid a complex weave of branches