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Better late than never. Just couldn't stay awake after work last night to post this....
Magnificent piece done by Nessie Shepherd on that date, I swear! Love you Nessie....come back soon hunny!
Her stream: www.flickr.com/photos/20994862@N03/
I found one of my old Iphone's & was able to download some photos off of it. This is from about 6 years ago!
Throw back Thursday all the way back to Day 4 on Day 1316! One of my personal favorite photos of my own.
Four Maroon C420 glow in the last light of day as the Monnet turn chugs back into Rogers. As I was taking this I realized this was one of the last times this would ever happen....turns out I was wrong but it was still the last time for me.
Frankenstein Castle is a hilltop castle in the Odenwald overlooking the city of Darmstadt in Germany. It is thought that this castle may have been an inspiration for Mary Shelley when she wrote her 1818 Gothic novel Frankenstein.
2011. One of Cer's Classic looks when she was in a devilish mood... in one of AM's amazing builds.
// I'll sink this ship and build a house out of its bones
until I saw your face I never knew a place I could call home //
remember that time Lilith posed on black sand, black feathers, and white snow? no? oh. well, here's a photo to remind you!
I think I am going to get my water drop rig setup again. It's been forever since I have done any of this stuff. This is from all the way back in 2008!
Throw Back Thursday.
Insilico (the underground landing spot) has always been a beautiful place to shoot moody photos. This giant cannon gun is still one of my favorite weapons in SL too.
The photo was taken yesterday but the consist is a real throwback. One of 4 SD50's remaining in YN2 paint leads Q211 through Emory, GA. The unit still sported a Leslie RS5T too!
The big thunderstorm
Thunderstorm at the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe (2369m aSl) at the Großglockner, the highest mountain in Austria.
Article about that trip on lanpho:
One from the archives.
Manarola may be the oldest of the towns in the Cinque Terre, with the cornerstone of the church, San Lorenzo, dating from 1338. The local dialect is Manarolese, which is marginally different from the dialects in the nearby area. The name "Manarola" is probably a dialectical evolution of the Latin, "magna rota". In the Manarolese dialect this was changed to "magna roea" which means "large wheel", in reference to the mill wheel in the town.
Manarola's primary industries have traditionally been fishing and wine-making. The local wine, called Sciacchetrà, is especially renowned; references from Roman writings mention the high quality of the wine produced in the region. In recent years, Manarola and its neighboring towns have become popular tourist destinations, particularly in the summer months. Tourist attractions in the region include a famous walking trail between Manarola and Riomaggiore (called Via dell'Amore, "Love's Trail") and hiking trails in the hills and vineyards above the town. Manarola is one of the five villages of the Cinque Terre. Most of the houses are bright and colourful. Manarola was celebrated in paintings by Antonio Discovolo (1874–1956). ~ Wikipedia
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Throwback Thursday with a little white dress I have got to find in my mess of an inventory.
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I took this picture 1994 at White Sands, USA on film. A good friend of mine digitised the slide on his Nikon Coolscan. The original slide looked more yellowish so I pushed it to the snowwhite look I remember.
I`m not sure about the equipment I used at that time. I guess it was my old faithful Nikon F-601 with the Nikkor 28-80mm AF-D.
March, 2011 was a very big rain season in the Sacramento Valley. The Sacramento River was only 9 feet from crest and all the reservoirs were full to capacity. This is Nimbus Dam which is part of the American River system. It's been decades that it was necessary to open all 17 gates to relieve upstream pressure of the incoming waters. Even if you are a local, you may not realize how much water was in the Nimbus Basin during this time.