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These three bells were made in 1668, 1755 and 1708. They are three of six in St Michael's church in Oxford, UK and it is said that if all six were rung full circle, they would be too heavy for the 1000 year old tower to support, so they are now hung 'dead' for chiming only.
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Another from this shoot with all three of my kids this time. Like my last silhouette post i shot the Sun behind the balloons on this one. I also converted to cloudy white balance.
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A gap between the rain showers allowed me the opportunity to capture this image of Three Cliffs Bay earlier this afternoon. Hope you like it.
~singing in the schoolyard
The voices no one can hear anymore
textures from Sarah Gardener and Solstock
I've seen the three windows during a stroll through the historic town of Neustadt an der Weinstraße (formerly known as "Neustadt an der Haardt") located in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
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The light in some parts of Wales always manages to take me by surprise. A really cloudy early[ish] start and down to the beach at Three Cliffs Bay. The light was really weird, one moment with a golden sunny haze, the next almost a black shade of grey. All I have done here is to increase the overall saturation a tad and sharpen very slightly.
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The Great Kis-Ka-Dee gets it's names from its three syllable call and the fact that this bird has aggressive bold markings and an attitude that goes along with it. They are easily found out in the open.
Another from the archives. Taken at Three cliffs, Gower, Wales, UK. No graphics please.
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Rise up this mornin',
Smiled with the risin' sun,
Three little birds
Pitch by my doorstep
Singin' sweet songs
Of melodies pure and true,
Sayin', "This is my message to you-ou-ou:"
Singin': "Don't worry about a thing, worry about a thing, oh!
Every little thing gonna be all right. Don't worry!"
Bob Marley youtu.be/kIjkW6iyXNo
Landscape in the Namib Naukluft Park/Sossusvlei area, Namibia. March 2009.
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Great Blue Heron and two pelicans at John's Pass Village and Boardwalk in St. Petersburg Beach ~
¡Three Amigos! is a 1986 American western comedy film directed by John Landis and written by Lorne Michaels, Steve Martin, and Randy Newman. Martin, Chevy Chase, and Martin Short star as the title characters, three silent film stars who are mistaken for real heroes by the suffering people of a small Mexican village and must find a way to live up to their reputation.
My most favorite shot flickr.com/photos/atrium09/sets/72157594360499066/detail/
The first shot here, The Dark Horse, sold off my website.
Many of you had already seen the Dark Horse when I originally posted it here, my old site on flickr
The second one, Black Cows in Mist sold off the wall at the Rogue River Lodge
The third one, Mt. McLoughlin sold off the website.
So excited Yipppeeeeee!!!!!
Three Shire Heads is the point on Axe Edge Moor were Cheshire Derbyshire and Staffordshire meet
… or: How to Saw a Branch in Two from 10/31/2012
For my friend Jose, here is number three
Typical Alentejo view
The area is commonly known as the "bread basket" of Portugal, a region of vast open countryside with undulating plains and rich fertile soil. With very few exceptions all the major towns are mainly reliant on agriculture, livestock and wood. There are several types of typical cheeses, wines and smoked hams and sausages made in Alentejo region, among these: Queijo de Serpa, Queijo de Évora and Queijo de Nisa (cheeses); Vinho do Alentejo and Vinho do Redondo (wines); and presunto (ham). Marble, cork, olive oil and mining industries are other important activities in the region. The Alqueva dam is an important irrigation and hydroelectric power generation facility which supports a part of Alentejo's economy.
The region is the home of the world's most important area for the growing of cork. Cork-oak, known in Portugal as "sobreiro", has been grown commercially in the region for the past 300 years, with the areas between the trees typically given over to grazing, or on the more productive soils, to the growing of citrus fruit, vines or olives. As a consequence, a uniquely rich and varied eco-system has developed. The bark of the cork-oak is still harvested by teams of men using locally made hand-axes. No mechanical method has yet been invented that will allow the harvest to be achieved as effectively. The stripping of the bark is performed only in mid summer, when the bark can be removed more easily. The cork-oak is the only tree known that will allow this regular stripping of bark without damage. The harvest of one mature tree provides sufficient bark to produce about 4,000 wine bottle corks. The industry provides employment for about 60,000 workers In 2006, the region had an estimated GDP per inhabitant rating of 17,200 EUR.
More shots from Portugal
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Three of my favorite friends....
(For my older bro...)
Charadrius tricollaris. Tsene lagoon. Inhambane Province. Mozambique.