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Make your memories of Pain strong motivation to continue in life. Memories gone and will not return.just forget it .



None of my photos are HDR or blended images, they are taken from just one shot


Sony A900 + Carl Zeiss16-35mm + ND8 + reverse GND8 filter


Barrika (Vizcaya/Bizkaia - País Vasco/Euskadi)


On Black


More pictures of Barrika


Don't use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit permission. © All rights reserved

pcb arrangement, Fat Burns b&w mix on PS. My daughter, pcb, has her own Flickr page @


The weathered barn (c. 1890) and the gnarled tree stand strong against another northeast Ohio winter.


Pontius Road - Portage County, Ohio

Lake Makoan.

No computer access. Will catch up on everyone's posts next week.

Retrospectively looking and being able to say that we can face any situation in life, even the one we thought we never would survive

pcb arrangement, Fat Burns b&w mix on PS. My daughter, pcb, has her own Flickr page @


None of my photos are HDR or blended images, they are taken from just one shot


La Puebla del Río (Sevilla - Andalucía)


Sony A900 + Carl Zeiss16-35mm + Cokin filters : 2 X121S


Please don't use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit permission. © All rights reserved

I bought and planted two plants of Blåsippa, Hepatica nobilis, a few years ago (Liverleaf in english??). Since then they've been eaten clean, grown over with grass and generally had a hard time. A few weeks ago a cleared up around them, but saw no signs of the plants.

Then I happened to glance in their direction yesterday - and there it was! I blue dot - one of the plants had survived the hardships!


Looks good with B l a c k M a g i c


Explore, #171

Thanks for all the wonderful comments & favorites :-)


(C) 2013 Meri Aaron Walker, iPhoneArtGirl, Talent, Oregon


pencil cam, snapseed



We're all survivors . Hallelujah...


One of my personal favourites.....

and ....nothing else matters (set)


personal favourites on Flickrock ( nice presentation )




NikonD300 Nikkor 16-85VR Settings: 1/125 ƒ/5.6 ISO200 38 mm


Forêt de Compiègne . Oise . Picardie . France



"Black and white are the colors of photography. To me they symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected. " . Robert Frank

Le Noir et Blanc représente les couleurs de la Photographie .Pour moi il symbolise les alternances d'espoir et de désespoir auxquelles l'humanité est à jamais soumise



Sorry for my absence ... Life doesn't always allow us to do what we would like ...


Many thanks for your support,and friendship




Please !

# No invitation to private groups,( unless you also send me an invitation to the group )


# nor to multi-level groups, I mean more than 3 or 4 levels

Neither time nor patience to count my awards for 6,7, 8 and even up to 10 or 12 (!!!) levels


But I like contests and prefer to take time for them ;))




"HAUNTED PLACES" - The Dark Side Of The Light Contest Second Place


Someone, probably 100 years ago, made the decision to spare this tree the ax when they were clearing this land for agriculture. Without any competing trees this oak could spread our its branches and develop a beautiful symmetry. We have many trees like this in our area---real beauties. I have an ongoing project to create images of them.


Ansel Adams said "The negative is the score, but the print is the performance!" My RAW image has undergone a lot of changes to get to this "performance"---the one I envisioned when I recorded the image on my Pentax K5. First, to capture it I used a Pentax 55-300mm lens and then I processed the image in Aperture 3. In Aperture 3 I blurred out the background trees and added a little vignette. I went to OnOne Software's Perfect Effects to fix the sky and the halo around the tree.


Camera settings: ISO 400, aperture f/20, 1/400, focal length 210mm


winter oak

standing alone in a field

as the chosen one


Image and haiku by John Henry Gremmer

Summer morning, Dankin, Saskatchewan.

10mm (15mm equiv.)

Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Two rosehips hang on, resisting the winds and cold of winter.


Free texture from les brumes

Quebec, Canada. October 2007.

Nikon D80 with Nikon 105mm AF Micro.

A single RAW file was created into 4 different exposures in Capture NX, subsequently processed in the Photomatrix software and finally adjusted in the Photoshop.

old books... one of my favorite things.


all of my uploaded images are low-resolution. if you would like to use or license any of my photos, please contact my via flickrmail. thank you.


Copyright :copyright: 2014, All Rights Reserved.

Before I head out to the airport for my uneventful trip home (saying it makes it so, right?) I leave you with the survivors. These are what are left of the tulips after the hailstorm of last Friday. Cut down in the prime of their life, they soldier on in a glass in my bathroom.



FRONTPAGE Thank you so much my Flickr FRIENDS!!!!


Defeat is not defeat unless accepted as a reality-in your own mind.


~ Bruce Lee ~


HIT to everyone! on your streams later! hugs!

Explore #108 on 11/19/08. Thanks to Yobs for informing me and thank you all for your visits!


It's getting so cold here and I think this image really shows that. I have to say it's one of my favorites. These little leaves were the only "survivors" left, as you can see the trees in the background are all bare! Have a great Thursday and stay warm :)


I really suggest if you have time that you View On Black

It's impressive to see how things become more colorful in the end of the afternoon.


É impressionante ver como as coisas se tornam mais coloridas durante o fim de tarde.




Destinys Child


Thought I couldn't breathe without

I'm inhaling

You thought I couldn't see without you

Perfect vision

You thought I couldn't last without you

But I'm lastin'

You thought that I would die without you

But I'm livin'

Thought that I would fail without you

But I'm on top

Thought it would be over by now

But it won't stop

Thought that I would self destruct

But I'm still here

Even in my years to come

I'm still gon be here


I'm a survivor (What?)

I'm not gon give up (What?)

I'm not gon stop (What?)

I'm gon work harder (What?)

I'm a survivor (What?)

I'm gonna make it (What?)

I will survive (What?)

Keep on survivin' (What?)


Second edit from this mornings shoot at Barrenjoey Lighthouse. I much prefer this one. This is a 10 shot pano, taken from the centre of the track. Hope you like "Survivor". Cheers, Mike

Asiatic Lily-0351


The only one of my Asiatic lilies that didn't get ripped out and destroyed by the local scrub turkey population.


Maroochydore Qld. Australia.

I first photographed this tree high on the ridge of Deacon Hill nine and a half years ago - see here - good to see it is still standing nearly unchanged.


Nikon D800 + Sigma 180mm 1:2.8 APO macro DG HSM. Single shot.






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Press absolutely L for the large view!!

Not everybody made it to Noah's Ark...


On Black

Real shot, Not a digital manipulation. - Check out my Wonderland lecture (subtitles available) - Nadav Bagim - WonderLand lecture - PhotoX2012

More from WonderLand -

This tree in the distance seems to have survived the dreaded chop. The tree in the near distance unfortunately did not, only a stump left.



© Copyright 2013 Philip Hunter, All Rights Reserved.


You do NOT have the right to copy, reproduced, download, or exploit any of my images without my permission.



Walking in the jungle , Rio de janeiro

View Lg. by clicking arrows in upper right hand corner of photo and you can see the leaves under water on the branch that didn't make it.. ; )


This leaf was sticking right up out of the water in a pond ,surrounded by melting ice... I think someone must have threw a branch in the water.. If you view it large, You can see the leaves under the water that didn't make it... This one must have survived the whole winter!; )


I posted this in color and one in B&W..


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