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I took this picture on last valentine day.
I salut for this children, They support each other.
--- aksi ini bisa didapatiin di pelabuhan Sunda Kelapa, kamu bisa suruh mereka loncat dengan membayar beberapa ribu, tapi photo saya ini, mereka engak saya bayar, karena kebetulan mereka dalam perjalan pulang, jalan tercepat pulang adalah dengan berenang.= Dukungan dari temen-temen seperjuangan, memudahkan aksi mereka, dengan menganggap aksi berbahaya ini sebagai sebuah permainan, bukan suatu pekerjaan--
Hi everyone, I could see that at this point she was very frustrated and called for help, looking a little bewildered himself he just looked and flew off not to be seen again. This was a very comical series to witness and to photograph, and will now move on for all who had enough.
Thanks for stopping by and as always have a great and safe day.
Life is to be lived. If you have to support yourself, you had bloody well better find some way that is going to be interesting. And you don't do that by sitting around.
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Four things support the world: the learning of the wise, the justice of the great, the prayers of the good, and the valor of the brave. Muhammad
*have a beautiful weekend and happy easter.*
The support on his both side I meant. The Inseparable TWO; specially his lady.One need not have to have many folks stay around one's back but heartfelt, soulful one is suffice to beat all the hurdles even with a straw!!
Happy valentine's day through out the year.
Station Road, Chittagong.
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Wow, haven't posted anything in a while :D But anywho.. this is just a spur of the moment idea .. Nothing really thought out just light bulbs going off in my head.
This edit was actually pretty quick I think.. wasn't really looking at the time but here it is!
August 19th, #59
WHOOA, this go explored and I never knew! This feels amazing ^_^ *Starts happy dance.
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Hand stitched kaleidoscope via Photoshop (no automation or automated action application)
This is SUPPORTING CAST
Hope you like and thanks for stopping by
Cheers all :-)
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I took this photo for the local camera club's monthly competition subject "Rust and Decay" - it's fun to have a subject to shoot for. Thanks Matt for the suggestion of flipping this image! I like it much better from this corner :)
Dusted of my 25mm CCTV lens for some authentic blur and cruddy ness. This lens it the good type of awful
Digging once more into shots that I did sometime last year until I can free myself up to shoot again.
Happy Easter to all!
Beneath every success is a support system. Even the most beautiful flower can not survive without assistance ...
We all need one.
Thanks for all the support - you know who you are.
We have a very sick puppy in the house - from frolicking through the daisies without a care in the world to terminally ill cancer patient in less than a week. 15 months old. Some things make no sense.
F-16C Demo support ship of the Turkish Airforce arriving at RAF Waddington, 2/7/14
Operation Yellow Ribbon was commenced by Canada to handle the diversion of civilian airline flights in response to the September 11 attacks in 2001. Canada's goal was to ensure that potentially destructive air traffic be removed from United States airspace as quickly as possible, and away from potential U.S. targets, and instead place these aircraft on the ground in Canada, mostly at military and civilian airports in the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and British Columbia (and also several in New Brunswick, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec) where their destructive potential could be better contained and neutralized. As none of the aircraft proved to be a threat, Canada and Canadians subsequently undertook to play host to the many people aboard the aircraft during the ensuing delay in reaching their destinations.
Canada commenced the operation after the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), implementing Security Control of Air Traffic and Air Navigation Aids (SCATANA) grounded all aircraft across the United States. The FAA then worked with Transport Canada to reroute incoming international flights to airports in Canada.
During the operation, departing flights—with the exception of police, military, and humanitarian flights—were cancelled, marking the first time that Canadian airspace had been shut down. As a result of Operation Yellow Ribbon, 255 aircraft were diverted to 17 different airports across the country. - From public source