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Horses in icelandic landscape on a beautiful summer night. Photo from southern part of Iceland, near Skógar.
I need to feel something warm! This is Hastings beach taken last April!
Some of the nicest pictures we can take near our homes, a picture of some water, tree and shoreline reflections, completed with a coot (in dutch Meerkoet , latin name: Fulica atra) makes a nice , colourful and dreamy composition.
TO ALL MY FRIENDS and CONTACTS:
THANKS AND MY BEST WISHES OF A SUNNY LOVING MID-AUGUST WEEK.
Buon Ferragosto amici italiani:D
(back in 1 week)
It was very rainy and bad summer here in Sweden but - always summer .
I'll be moving house soon, so I haven't had any time to photograph lately.
Cromer, Norfolk, 2013
( I got a new little pocket camera and am learning to use it - there is an In-Camera *Dramatic* setting that is similar to tonemapping without all the noise.)
Maridalsvannet is a lake in Maridalen, Oslo, Norway. It is the largest lake in the municipitality of Oslo, and serves as the main drinking water supply for the city. The lake drains via the river Akerselva to the Oslofjord. The primary inflows are Skjærsjøelva and Dausjøelva. The Hammeren Hydroelectric Power Station exploits the fall from Skjærsjøen to Maridalsvannet.
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Sunflower field with lavender and wheat fields beyond on a typical english summer day.
The blobs of bokeh are humans picking lavender.
Just a quickly edited gift pic of my friend done at Veronica Lake.
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I often wander the Devonshire countryside at this time of the year, it gives me inspiration to try and capture the summer feeling in the English landscape. So here's a sunrise image, I didn't realise bales could make such and interesting landscape subject matter!
A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawn mower is broken.
Late Summer in the moorlands of Blavand, Jylland, Denmark
"The wheat field has ...poetry; it is like a memory of something one has once seen. We can only make our pictures speak." - Vincent Van Gogh
thanks for the cornphoto to: www.flickr.com/photos/zunami/3777764328/