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May 16, 2011: This photo won 3rd place in the "Celebrating Spring" contest in the group Living Jewels of Nature. Thank you very much!
April 10, 2011: This photo won 1st place in the contest "Pick Your Flower" in the group Perfect Petals. Thank you very much!
April 1, 2011: This photo is an Administrators Pick of the Week in the group Perfect Petals. Thank you!
From the ranunculus garden, currently in glorious full bloom at South Coast Botanic Garden. (Zuiko 50mm macro, f/11, 1/125 sec., ISO 100, early afternoon sun filtered through clouds, handheld)
Click anywhere in the image to see the large view on black (or press "L" to "view in light box" -- same thing).
Foretaste of what is just about to come in our fields.
I've not found it easy to find trees with the yellow background. Perhaps it would be easier from a balloon.
Is this really a green fuel alternative?
I do like it better LARGER and Full screen (F11).
Carl Zeiss Sonnar 135mm ƒ/2.8 T✮ wide open @ƒ/2.8
available light | manual exposure and focusing
That's btw a house painted bright yellow in the bokeh - the perfect backdrop :-)
Hibiscus blooming under the sun, saying good bye to summer.
Thanks for NATURALMENTE:TOP TEN della Settimana dal 03 al 09 Settembre:
American Yellow Warbler (Dendroica petechia) - Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia
Thanks for visiting!
Yellow a flower
the green wheel a field
and their I stand
with you up in the middle
a rainbow hangs from your finger.
Is It Poetry
Chios Island Greece
san francisco, california
HSS! sky fill color change and cartoon outline filter using gimp and and yellow saturation / vibrancy using corel
We've got some Yellow Day Lillies in the garden. The sun has been out and the flowers are looking quite spectacular.
So it was out with the camera and macro extension tubes.....
It's a long time since my last update. My son had a long spring holiday and I have had some health issues to tackle.
This butterfly, yellow tip, has only one generation a year and can be found only in spring time.
Its cold around here...So its time to "warm me up" - lol.
PS: this shot was taken at Gare do Oriente, a train station at Lisbon, Portugal. Check out BB outside shot
I found several flower shots from August that I never posted, sooooo I'll be uploading them next! I think I took them shortly before we left for Scotland and then forgot about them.
I'm working on visiting everyone's streams tonight - I promise!!
Source image with thanks to Bert Kaufmann
Happy Bokeh Wednesday my friends!!
Explore April 08, 2009 - thank you ;-)!
The Pannonian Plain is a large plain in Central Europe that remained when the Pliocene Pannonian Sea dried out. It is a geomorphological subsystem of the Alps-Himalaya system.
The river Danube divides the plain roughly in half.
The plain is divided among Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.
The plain is roughly bounded by the Carpathian mountains, the Alps, the Dinaric Alps and the Balkan mountains.
Although rain is not plentiful, it usually falls when necessary and the plain is a major agricultural area; it is sometimes said that these fields of rich loamy loess soil could feed the whole of Europe. For its early settlers, the plain offered few sources of metals or stone. Thus when archaeologists come upon objects of obsidian or chert, copper or gold, they have almost unparalleled opportunities to interpret ancient pathways of trade.
The precursor to the present plain was a shallow sea that reached its greatest extent during the Pliocene, when three to four kilometres of sediments were deposited.
The plain was named after the Pannonians, a northern Illyrian tribe. Various different peoples inhabited the plain during its history. In the first century BC, the eastern parts of the plain belonged to the Dacian state, and in the first century AD its western parts were subsumed into the Roman Empire. The Roman province named Pannonia was established in the area, and the city of Sirmium, today Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia, became one of the four capital cities of the Roman Empire in the 3rd century.
This very long 17" (~400mm) Dallmeyer Dallon came in a L39 mount, but cannot attain infinity focus, and it did not come with any focusing mechanism. Very strange beast. Big and difficult to use, at least it came with a good hood.
Beautiful Yellow Rose in bloom, bending over to expose some drops of water on the base of the petals. A standout against a creamy Bokeh.
Lots of yellow rape seed oil fields..this must be a fast growing crop, the flowers have really come out since we were out in the countryside a couple of weeks ago. I'm also going to use this for this weeks Flickr Friday theme "yellow"