Monthly Archives: March, 2014

Moon Tree Island.

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Soon? Yes, very soon.

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Bellingham Bay, End of Day

Originally posted on Tau Zero:
Bellingham Bay, Washington, at the end of a spring day…

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Watch a staggeringly beautiful time-lapse video of Yosemite National Park

Originally posted on Misty Midwest Mossiness:
http://io9.com/5878091/this-time-lapse-video-of-yosemite-is-staggeringly-beautiful I’ve been to Yosemite twice. I loved it. It would be the only reason I would ever move to California. Yosemite HD from Project Yosemite on Vimeo. This stunning time lapse combines several of my favorite photography subjects into four breath taking minutes: sunrises, sunsets, moon rise, Milky…

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Cold Lonely Buffalo

Originally posted on Fiordiliso Photography:
? Lone Buffalo – Yellowstone National Park – February 2014 Photography by Linda Fiordiliso Follow me on Google+ Buy Prints on Etsy

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THE BEACHES OF SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES

Originally posted on TORONTO PHOTOGRAPHER:
Immerse yourself in Pirates of the Caribbean and you will find yourself in a paradise of ocean, sky, sun, sailing, and Captain Jack Sparrow. I fell in love with this beach found on the west coast of Palm Island one of the smaller inhabited islands in The Grenadines. Take a…

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A three week Odyssey : Bay Area [Part 1]

Originally posted on The world is my Playground:
24 Jan’14 Midway Climbing the Presidio – looking back at the Towers [24 Jan’14] Driving up to the Fort Point National Monument at Lunch hour, does not guarantee a shining sun over the Towers of the Bridge, or so I discovered the hard way. None the less,…

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Sunrise on the Levels

Originally posted on Somerset 4 all:
Sunrise on the Somerset Levels. Photo by Clayton Jane.http://www.claytonjane.co.uk

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Burrow Mump

Originally posted on Somerset 4 all:
Photo by Paul Bunyard. 2013

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Two of Seven Limestone Pillars

Originally posted on Avon Waters – artist:
6×6 oil on panel$50 I’ve never been able to count just seven pillars at this local landmark called “The Seven Pillars.” Here’s a section of the series of limestone formations, you decide how many pillars are there. It was about 14 degrees when I painted this plein aire.…

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