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TDC 2017, Championnat universitaire de Trail
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"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
"No vayas donde el camino te puede llevar, en su lugar ve donde no hay camino y deja una huella."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Please no multi-invites .. Many thanks!!! / Por favor no envíen invitaciones múltiples. Muchas gracias!
People strolling on the pond side trail in summertime. Looks good large!
Jokulsarlon black sand beach formed from a volcanic rocks and sand filled with crystal clear icebergs that are washed up from the sea.
Undoubtedly a place of opportunities to do great and wonderful photos, especially at sunrise or sunset when the light gets that special Glamour lighting up all these jewels.
Nikon D800 + Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF-S @ 16 mm
ISO 71 - f/13 - 1.3 sec
Lucroit Filter Holder + Formatt Hitech IR ND 6 stops + Formatt Hitech GND soft 0.6 stops
TDC 2017, Championnat universitaire de Trail
This was taken the other evening while hiking along the Gunpowder River in the state park. This trail was all snow covered and as I approached the tunnel that allows the trail to pass safely under the highway above, the lighting from the tunnel was blending into the blue hour scene. This about an hour after sunset and the snow stopped. The sky was full of clouds too, so even in the 'dark' there was enough light to walk the trail without a flashlight.
Without the snow, this would have been a much darker scene.
Some colorful trees along the fence line on the Iron Horse Trail in Danville, CA.
Cold autumn day on the brand new Trolley Trail in Glenburn, Pa. This section is the just start of many miles to come. I enjoyed this first 3 mile section very much and can't wait to bike it as they extend it.
Here's hoping all your trails are open and that you all have an awesome weekend!
hiking the hieroglyphic trail the day after the snow...still a dusting left on Mt Superstition in the distance
One of the classic views of the Minneapolis skyline is on the 24th Street pedestrian bridge. This image was captured at sunset in early summer and shows traffic flowing into and out of the city on Interstate 35W.
My most successful attempt at star trails. Unfortunately, I was only in Central Australia for a short time so I could not practise further.
f/2.8 7729sec ISO 80 16mm Pentax 16-50mm f/2.8 Pentax K-5
Have a great week ahead!
Autumn Forest Trail
New!! Challenge 111 ~ Autumn Signatures ~
~ The Award Tree ~
M6 motorway, near Stretton-Under-Fosse, Warwickshire, 18th Sept 2013.
Built in the Flemish Revival style, the 13,748 square foot mansion known as Trail End provides an intriguing glimpse into the wealthy ranching life during the period 1913 to 1933 in Sheridan Wyoming.
Seemed like I was the only person out hiking this trail in the rain in Mount Rainier National Park. I think I saw one other person the whole hike. The greens along the trail were so unreal-looking...looked like a fairy tale land.
Car trails on a main road at Thessaloniki - Greece.
The violet - blue illuminated building, is the well known in the city hotel, "Makedonia Palace"
My first attempt at creating star trails. I think I need to go further away from the city to really make this work.
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While sitting on the bank looking out over the water these trails became interesting and a shot was taken, not sure what caused them as the wind was still, only the waves of past boaters were visible and coming from the wrong direction, whatever caused them they were interesting to see. The reflections on the water from the trees also added to the enjoyable sight on a wonderful calm, warm day.
The St Francis Way, also called Cammino di Francesco or Via Francigena di San Francesco, is a walking trail inspired by the life of St Francis of Assisi. St Francis of Assisi is a spiritual guide for nature lovers and ecologists; known for his philosophy and love for nature.
The St Francis Way takes an ancient Roman road between Florence and Rome following in the footsteps of Saint Francis across stunning and peaceful countryside, passing important Franciscan sites such as Assisi and Rieti, in Umbria. The Cammino di Francesco or St Francis Way finishes at the Vatican and has been followed by many pilgrims inspired by the life St Francis of Assisi.
Let me do some promotion to my region.
Umbria is considered the green heart of Italy.
Those who have the ability to fly over with a plane and good visibility will be able to see this incredible green.
After the earthquake, few tourists came to Umbria, without considering, in my opinion, that today is the safest place, because the earthquake has already passed; ))
However, many pilgrims arrive. Faith helps a lot in this. And also the ultimate tendency to take holidays for health, immersed in countryside, in the green, organic food.
Here you will eat wood products, mushrooms, truffles. A lot of tradition in homemade pasta. Also famous is the "Vino Santo" (Holy Wine) ...(and how could you call, otherwise?) : ))
It is a sweet wine that accompanies desserts, very alcoholic.
Pope Francesco has donated to Donald Trump a copy of the "Laudato Sì" on his visit to Italy
The main subject matter is respect for the environment, which is why it is called Laudato si ', a phrase often repeated by Saint Francesco in the Canticle of the Creatures, praising the Lord for his wonderful creatures.
PS We hope this reading is miraculous !
A book to read whatever your creed is. More here
“Every person has the power to make others happy.
Some do it simply by entering a room;
others by leaving the room.
Some individuals leave trails of gloom;
others, trails of joy.
Some leave trails of hate and bitterness;
others, trails of love and harmony.
Some leave trails of cynicism and pessimism;
others trails of faith and optimism.
Some leave trails of criticism and resignation;
others trails of gratitude and hope.
What kind of trails do you leave?”
William Arthur Ward
This trail is 10.9 kilometer moderately for around 4 hours. The weather was pretty hot like 25 to 30 degree. I found there is a lot of flowers on everywhere near to the mountains. It's good worth it.
The Katy Trail is a 237 mile (386 km) trail stretching across most of the state of Missouri. Over half of it follows Lewis and Clark's path up the Missouri River, where you can ride/walk beneath towering river bluffs while eagles circle overhead. After leaving the river, the trail meanders through peaceful farmland and small-town Americana. America's longest "rails-to-trail" project, formerly the MKT rail line, is flat and scenic. The Spindle plant and the fall colors provide scenic enhancements in the fall with the mighty Missouri River a constant attraction.
The trail has a carpet of leaves.. see the Full Size
Have a great day.. thanks for looking..
The Trans Canada Trail comes to Carleton Place Where it kind of takes a bad turn after this town before picking up again properly in Smiths Falls. This is a farm that backs onto the trail here.
Fenced in on the Appalachian Trail where it crosses the Shenandoah River in West Virginia. Shot this one a little lower to the railing there with the after sunset glow in the sky. Tried to balance the comp with the bridge, trail, and the river. I think this perspective works pretty well.