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Sadly, for all you fans of the adventures of Brian, it is now time to say goodbye - the pistil and stamens of the azalea flower even look like they are saying a sad farewell. I have kept Brian and all his friends safe, warm and well fed throughout the cold months, and in return they have been wonderful photographic models. But now that it is properly spring they have been returned to my garden to wreak havoc on my tasty plants. But don't worry, no doubt you will be seeing a new Brian eventually as snails are easily found here - I only have to check my hostas!

 

Title taken from a 1917 Sherlock Holmes short story by Arthur Conan Doyle. Although I suppose I could have taken the title from an old Rolling Stones track 'This Could be the Last Slime'.

 

For Macro Mondays theme 'Zed'. The image shows a single azalea flower.

 

No snails were harmed in the making of this photograph.

His first image after the move to our new home.

 

Reposted to the Happy Caturday Group for the weekly theme "Favourite", on 2020, december.

 

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A litter box of bougainvillea in our garden for my Chico

 

Added later to the Happy Caturday Group for the weekly theme "Owner's Choice".

 

This year has been too hard for my little boy. This is the reason to post this beautiful image.

 

Happy Caturday to everybody !!

His Highness, Mr. Meowzer, strikes a pose on a deck railing high above my summertime garden.

 

"Dogs have owners, cats have staff." ~ Author Unknown

 

"One must love a cat on its own terms." ~ Paul Gray

 

Thanks so very much to all my Flickr friends for your visits, faves, and kind comments - I appreciate you all and delight in viewing your awesome images!

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For some reason or other, this image that I posted today as an insert could not be accessed by most of those who tried. Obviously, I got the allotment of accesses because even as of five minutes or go, it worked. It is one of my favorite images of an adult White-crowned sparrow in breeding plumage. I found him at the end of a fir tree bough, and he was so striking that I couldn't miss him. He was also uncharacteristically cooperative, staying on his perch for at least five minutes. In human terms, five minutes in one spot is equivalent to 12 hours! (Five minutes for a chickadee is an entire day in human terms or vice-versa. It's late, and I'm a little tahrd.

 

This is a relatively important bird photographically. Well, for me in particular. For quite a number of years, I had fallen into the bad habit of (1) centering my subject, (2) getting closeups whenever possible, and (3) believing that I could compose better by getting any shot possible, and cropping it later. This shot changed most of my bird images afterward.

 

I did start taking as many shots as possible just to be sure I got him. When it seemed, he was going to give me whatever time I needed, I started composition in the viewfinder. That's what I do to this very day. I don't always succeed, but when I do, if no one else, I'm usually pleased with the outcome.

 

In composing in that way, I also had a more "distant" view of the bird. With this sparrow, instead of being five or ten feet from him, the tree branch and background became key to the outcome. As I mentioned to Tom this morning regarding his image of a Long-billed Curlew (flic.kr/p/2kBgx17), I found his composition much more pleasing than at least two-thirds of my images of the same bird. Plus the bird was sharper and the feathers beautiful even before viewing large. So, I think focus improves with distance: less noise, sharper, and the background again more important.

 

I've given more information about sparrows than I think you want, so if you want to know more about the White-crowned Sparrow, please see yesterday's and this morning's images. Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow, Song Sparrows!

Cuernavaca (Mexique) - Pour cette image, je me suis fait violence. Il m’est est toujours difficile de photographier des mendiants. J’ai donné un peu d’argent à cette petite chanteuse et son papa musicien. Elle avait une belle voix et son père était bon musicien. Tout travail mérite salaire.

J’ai pour principe de ne jamais payer pour une photo. Sauf les mendiants ou les sans domicile fixe (SDF). Et puis, il est impossible pour moi de voler un mendiant, même si ce n’est que son image.

 

En donnant mon billet, je demande à la petite fille si elle accepte d’être photographiée. Pas de réponse, mais dès que j’ai commencé à cadrer, elle a immédiatement pris la pose en détournant lentement la tête. J’en déduis que ce n’est pas la première fois qu’un photographe échangeait son image contre une obole.

Quand je me suis relevé, le père m’a regardé fixement. Bien qu’il n’ait prononcé la moindre parole, j’ai eu le sentiment qu'il me remerciait du regard. Un regard bienveillant.

Etait-ce pour le billet ou pour l’intérêt que je leur avait porté ? Les deux peut-être !

  

A family duo

 

Cuernavaca (Mexico) - For this image, I did myself violence. It is always difficult for me to photograph beggars. I gave this little singer and her musician dad some money. She had a beautiful voice and her father was a good musician. All work merits salary.

My principle is to never pay for a photo. Except for beggars or the homeless (homeless). And it is impossible for me to steal a beggar, even if it is only his image.

 

When giving my ticket, I ask the little girl if she agrees to be photographed. No response, but as soon as I started framing she immediately struck a pose, slowly turning her head. I deduce that this is not the first time that a photographer has exchanged his image for a donation.

When I got up, the father stared at me. Although he didn't say a word, I got the feeling he was thanking me with a look. A benevolent look.

Was it for the ticket or for the interest I had worn them? Both maybe ?!

 

I’ve posted his image before… but just re-worked another that I wanted to share along with the throwback memory … this was one of my first street portraits … I’d been carrying the camera for several days … but was just too timid to make a shot … …. was just so against my nature and habit to approach strangers on the street and ask to make their picture …. but … he was standing in the queue … his nyc bus was approaching ... seconds away … I was struck by his presence … compelled to capture that .... and the portrait was in my head before I made the shot …. happily he let my camera borrow his face … all these years later my only regret is that I didn’t give my contact ... never able to share with him the image ….it remains one of my favorites … at least I can share it here with you ….

“His own image; no longer a dark, gray bird, ugly and disagreeable to look at, but a graceful and beautiful swan. To be born in a duck's nest, in a farmyard, is of no consequence to a bird, if it is hatched from a swan's egg.”

 

Hans Christian Andersen, The Ugly Duckling

Josef Mánes - Antonín, his uncle and Director of the Prague Art Academy Václav, his brother Quido and his sister Amalie.[1]

 

His first painting lessons naturally came from his father. From 1835 to 1844, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague, under Professors František Tkadlík and Christian Ruben. He continued his studies in Munich for two years. Upon his return, an affair with the family's maid had unpleasant results and created an estrangement with some members of his family that left him in a state of severe depression. He found refuge in the patronage of Count Bedřich Silva-Tarouca [cs] ,[1] living and working at his castle in Průhonice for twenty years. From there, he made many trips throughout Moravia, Upper Hungary (Slovakia) and Poland.

 

He took an active role in many artistic, literary and patriotic societies. He also participated in Sokol, an athletic organization for young men, designing uniforms and other materials for them. In 1857, he visited Italy and, three years later, took a trip to Russia, from which he returned mentally disturbed.

 

From 1866, his mental state worsened rapidly, afflicting him with bizarre behavior and obsessions. A recuperative trip to Italy failed to improve his health and he died in 1871, after much suffering. It is believed that his brain had been affected by syphilis or meningitis.

 

Work and honors

 

Mánes Bridge (Mánesův most), the first bridge downstream of the famous Charles Bridge, was in 1920 renamed in the painter's honour

He produced many paintings in every genre from landscapes and portraits to ethnographic and botanical studies. He even did paintings of the twelve months (Calendar plate) in face of the Prague Astronomical Clock. Although his work was little understood or appreciated in his lifetime, he is now considered to be among the greatest Czech painters.

 

In 1887, the Mánes Union of Fine Arts was created in his honor. One of the central bridges over the Vltava River bears his name and includes a statue of the painter at the Old Town end. His image has appeared on several Czechoslovak and Czech postage stamps.

 

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the new tyrant is not only cutting him off from the miracle of his surrounding, it parches his mind turning him to a true slave and he doesn't know it.

 

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Hair - Exile

Bracelet - Lyrical B!zarre

Rings - ChicChica

Earrings - Phoebe

Background - Time Out

 

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Perhaps the most wonderful thing of all is this: God lifts us not only from what we are by nature to what Adam was in the Garden of Eden, but to what Adam was to become in the presence of God, and would have been had he persevered in obedience. The gospel does not make us like Adam in his innocence – it makes us like Christ, in all the perfection of His reflection of God. - Sinclair Ferguson

Lovely Mermaid

 

Arte Digital - Digital Art

Image-editing

Effect Painting - Texture

Collage

Double Exposure

Software: Pixlr; Windows,

Paint 3 D

Image created from editions of my original photos

Imagem criada a partir de edições de minhas fotos originais em Barra Grande, Piauí

 

I saw this beautiful mermaid at Barra Grande beach, in Piauí.

A mythical half-human sea creature, with the head and torso of a woman and the tail of a fish.

Of impressive beauty, with flowing black hair and iridescent scales that shone in the sun.

His image was reflected in the mirror pool formed by the low tide at dawn.

A fisherman came by and said:

- My dream is to marry this Mermaid!

Vi essa linda Sereia na praia de Barra Grande, no Piauí.

Uma criatura marinha meio-humana mítica, com a cabeça e o tronco de uma mulher e a cauda de um peixe.

De beleza impressionante, com cabelos negros esvoaçantes e escamas furta-cor que brilhavam ao sol.

Sua imagem refletia no espelho d'água formado pela maré baixa ao amanhecer.

Um pescador passou por mim e falou:

- Meu sonho é casar com essa Sereia!

 

Barra Grande, Piauí, Brasil

 

Art Week Gallery Group

Creative Shells

01/07/2020

 

A very gifted Master Artist was Turner, even to this day his images draw lots of looks, Beautiful work.

Road Trip en Islande - Jour 13 - 30 juin

Région Ouest de L’Islande

13ème journée, le séjour tire à sa fin, Après ma mésaventure de la veille et une bonne nuit à Stykkishólmur

- la ville de Stykkishólmur est un des meilleurs endroits du pays pour sentir l’essence authentique d’Islande. Sa localisation aux berges du fjord Breiðafjörður, son port atypique et ses maisons de couleurs .

De plus, sa proximité aux principales attractions touristiques de la zone, comme Kirkjufell, la plage de Ytri Tunga ou Arnarstapi font de Stykkishólmur le meilleur campement de base pour parcourir la péninsule des Snæfellsnes. Ce que nous allons faire avec ses images...

 

- L'Islande c'est la terre, le vent, le feu, l'eau et la glace ...

- L'Islande, c'est haut, c'est loin, mais c'est beau (J.C.)

- Merci pour vos passages sur les vues, favoris et commentaires.

 

- Road Trip in Iceland - Day 13 - June 30

West Iceland Region

13th day, the stay draws to an end, After my mishap the day before and a good night in Stykkishólmur

- the town of Stykkishólmur is one of the best places in the country to feel the authentic essence of Iceland. Its location on the banks of the Breiðafjörður fjord, its atypical port and its colorful houses.

In addition, its proximity to the main tourist attractions in the area, such as Kirkjufell, Ytri Tunga beach or Arnarstapi make Stykkishólmur the best base camp for exploring the Snæfellsnes peninsula. What we are going to do with his images ...

 

- Iceland is earth, wind, fire, water and ice ...

- Iceland, it's high, it's far, but it's beautiful (J.C.)

- Thank you for your passages on views, favorites and comments.

 

- The Golden circle - Vidéo / Diaporama

- Cliquez ici pour visionner : youtu.be/yOQilaECX10

 

- South And South East Iceland - Diaporama

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- The East Fjords icedand - Diaporama

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- The North East & Marina Puffin - Diaporama

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- The Nord Central Iceland - Geothermal Region - Diaporama

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- La région du Lac Mývatn sa faune et flore .

The region of Lake Mývatn its flora and fauna.

Cliquez ici pour visionner : youtu.be/L3aGA10DuMg

 

- Le Nord de l'Islande : Cliquez Ici pour visionner : youtu.be/1QcVMhvVIf4

 

- Les Fjords de L'Ouest partie la plus haute de l'île.

Cliquez ici pour visionner : youtu.be/ymrHFZ3sPDs

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Canon EOS 6D - f/13 - 1/5 sec - 100mm - ISO 200

 

- for challenge Flickr group 'Smile on Saturay!;) ,

theme: 'Crazy Couples'

- Thanks to Joeke P., who's comment on a lily photo inspired me.

 

- His Master's Voice, abbreviated HMV, is a famous trademark in the music and recording industry and was the unofficial name of a major British record label. The name was coined in the 1890s as the title of a painting of a dog named Nipper, listening to a wind-up gramophone.

 

The trademark image comes from a painting by English artist Francis Barraud and titled His Master's Voice. It was acquired from the artist in 1899 by the newly formed Gramophone Company and adopted by the Victor Talking Machine Company in the United States.

According to contemporary Gramophone Company publicity material, the dog, a terrier named Nipper, had originally belonged to Barraud's brother, Mark. When Mark Barraud died, Francis inherited Nipper, with a cylinder phonograph and recordings of Mark's voice. Francis noted the peculiar interest that the dog took in the recorded voice of his late master emanating from the horn, and conceived the idea of committing the scene to canvas.

 

See picture in the first comment !

His Majesty's Theatre is The largest theatre in the north east of Scotland. It is sited on Rosemount Viaduct opposite Union Terrace Gardens. St Mark's church is next door and then the central library. The Theatre can seat more than 1.400 and was designed by Frank Matcham and opened in 1906.

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Having an incredible amount of reach allows you to do some unique things with a lens. Being able to focus closely helps even more. Tamron improved the minimum focus distance on the new 150-600mm G2 by nearly two feet, allowing to focus closer and get more magnification. This cougar was coming up near the wire mesh of its cage and looking out (I was the only one around). I moved to the side so that I could capture the detail around his beautiful eyes. When looking at the image large, however, I could see reflected in them both the bars of his prison and the freedom beyond. I thought that sharing the crop would be more effective so that you can see what I saw. There was freedom in his eyes. You can see more images that I've taken with the lens here: bit.ly/2dU7diG

 

Technical Information: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV + Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5.-6.3 DI VC USD G2, Processed in Adobe Lightroom CC, Photoshop CC, and Alien Skin Exposure X2 (use code "dustinabbott" to get 10% off)

 

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GENESIS 1:27 'So God created man in His image, in the image of God created He him; male and female created He them.'

 

Timer shot

 

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This incredible look available now at LEVEL! Check out my blog for more images and credits:

 

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Number 4 in a series of ongoing collaborations with Harsubagh.

 

I've taken 4 of his images here and subjected them to a lot of further photo manipulation, mirroring and layering. In the first 3 collaborative pieces I kept H's images fairly untouched. Here I'm taking them on as raw material and running as far as I can with them ... in the spirit of H's own very experimental work.

 

Image was created in 2017.

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I’ve posted his image before… but just re-worked another that I wanted to share along with the memory … Abraham lived in a residence for mentally disabled adults in a corner building by my last NYC apartment … each time I passed by his building he never failed to greet me with a warm and genuine smile …. followed by the the same “Hi …how are ya” …to begin the conversation …. that connection affected me so much so that I’d even walk out of my way sometimes for that extra long New York City block just to receive it …. and the day after I made this shot I was actually excited to bring him the print of the street portrait … I wasn’t sure how he’d respond … but happily his face gave off such a glee and surprise and joy … the memory of that reaction still satisfies and comforts me all these years later … I’m certain that Abraham didn’t have many worldly possesions … and also certain that he treasured that print as much as I treasured his reaction to receiving it …. it was my gift to him and equally his to me …. I miss that daily encounter … it remains one of my fondest NYC memories … and when I re-worked this image last nite it all came back to me with such strong and good emotion that I had to share it here … reminding again how much kindness and warmth and connection one to another can impact and affect the soul … I think …especially in these times … that’s not too bad a lesson to carry forward …

This month's 52 Weeks for Dogs challenge was black and white. To me there are a couple of classic images that come to mind in black and white. One is Albert Einstein and the other is the RCA dog looking into the gramophone and hearing his master's voice. And while Jasper is pretty smart, like Einstein, I felt that of the two images in my head, the RCA Dog was more fitting. So plaguing my mind all week was how to make a gramophone which I believe puts me in league with Thomas Edison 😉.

We had been observing two male lions resting on the side of the hill when this one decided to come down and lie in the shade. He looked so healthy and so majestic. He actually came within about thirty feet of us and what a thrill it was. His friend perhaps his brother came shortly after but had injured his paw causing him to limp slightly. I do not think it was too severe and hopefully he will mend quickly. He was gorgeous !

 

Wishing nyou a beautiful and blessed Friday !

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Don't judge him by his looks.He is a kind scarecrow. :) :)

Original purchased image : elements.envato.com/scary-scarecrow-in-a-hat-PGFP5Z9

The rest is painting with photoshop CC 2015

 

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My second collaboration with the Great Experimental Artist, Harsubagh.

 

I've taken two of his images here, placed them next to each other and then repeated the first one ( on the left ) 3 times and layered that abstract piece over itself in a sequence. I left image alone, for the most part, in terms of further manipulation but the second one I've altered in colour. But up to the top right, I dropped in the original as a way to acknowledge its original state as well as use it as a device to "punctuate" the general "abstract" impression with a quick jolt of relatively SOOC.

 

The images that H sent me were all, except for one, what I would call, "Domestic" images, shots from around the neighbourhood or property and I launched off from there in titling and theme-ing these works around the idea of imagining this great and unorthodox creative mind ( H ) in amongst the most mundane of surroundings and how his neighbours might think of him.

 

This is pure, creative fantasy and imagination. For all I know, H lives in a very supportive and creatively enlightened neighbourhood. His altered and "Lynchian" domestic images sparked these ideas. I attached Tom Waits' "What's He Building?" to the first image as a music link to support this fantasy / flight of imagination. You could use the same song for this and the next image coming up, too.

 

The neighbourhood gossip I've added as text is a further development of that theme and something, sad to say, that's pretty universal. I had friends who lived in Shaker Heights, a very upscale neighbourhood in Cleveland, OH, that heard their neighbours saying these words over their bushes about them, almost verbatim. So drawing from memory, I included it here.

 

I look forward to doing more collaboration with Harsubagh as I think it's a rich mine we both have to explore.

 

Harsubagh: www.flickr.com/photos/-writingtree-/

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For my dad in his birthday

¡¡Feliz cumpleaños, viejito!!

 

"Images of broken light which dance before me like a million eyes

They call me on and on across the universe

Thoughts meander like a restless wind inside a letter box

They tumble blindly as they make their way across the universe"

 

youtu.be/D28imrpdwdk

 

Highest position: 24 on Saturday, August 8, 2015

「His intention」

  

From the eyes of the child

From an action

From anything

Take things well

It seems to be me who am good

 

I took such an image from a photograph.

 

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彼の意思

  

コドモの視線から

行動から

何から

しっかりと物事を受け止めて

いける私であるよう

 

写真からそんなイメージを受ける。

A reflection in a lake.

This title refers to Narcissus who fell in love with his image and finally died of starvation. I had a series of pictures with this hero(n) in a perfect mirror image. The heron was less clumsy then narcissus, and crushed his mirror image in this picture, and he surely didn't die because he caught a fish. The picture was taken in Vancouver in Stanley park in a beautiful almost pristine spot.

 

From 11 june till the 25th of July, I traveled in Canada. Starting in Brighton Ontario, where my sister lives at the border of an amazing part of lake Ontario, I flew to Vancouver, and Vancouver island where I took the boat at Port Hardy to take part 1 of the Inside passage, to Prince Rupert in BC. Two days later I took part 2 to Skagway in Alaska. When coming from Skagway Alaska, you can take the train to Carcross. it is a very scenic train ride that halts at Bennet lake.

 

And then to Whitehorse and further on by car to Kluane National park in the Yukon district. Whitehorse is situated at the border of the Yukon. Frow there I flew back to Vancouver, rented a car, and traveled three weeks in the BC- and Alberta Rockies, visiting the famous, and less famous Nature parks like Banff and Jasper. Last few days back to Brighton Ontario to enjoy lake Ontario once more, before going home. A picture of my itinerary can be found on Facebook (www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152940536581759&set...).

 

4000 pictures later, it is quite a task to show the right stuff, although the stunning scenery guarantees at least a few great shots to share. Objective will be to make a book (for myself mainly), and that might take a while.

 

I hope you will enjoy the impression of my travel, one that equals earlier journeys to Alaska and south America, this journey was the first in the digital era, and equally intensive because of all the hiking activities every day on and on. I loved every minute of it.

Mirit Ben-Nun devotes his attention to rhythm in drawing and painting. She defines rhythm as a flow of movement, generated by the repetition of the same or different visual elements.

 

That rhythm, which characterizes it, is a continuous repetition of lines and shapes. In general, these repetitions produce a pleasant sensation for the human eye, and helps to structure the image.

 

The artist tries to express and show a sentimental perception about her world, showing different feelings. In each attempt, his goal is to demonstrate the importance of art in human life.

 

Dora Woda.

Image taken 13.10.2020 by David Moth. At Norwich Airport ,Norfolk

Road Trip en Islande - Jour 13 - 30 juin

Région Ouest de L’Islande

13ème journée, le séjour tire à sa fin, Après ma mésaventure de la veille et une bonne nuit à Stykkishólmur

- la ville de Stykkishólmur est un des meilleurs endroits du pays pour sentir l’essence authentique d’Islande. Sa localisation aux berges du fjord Breiðafjörður, son port atypique et ses maisons de couleurs .

De plus, sa proximité aux principales attractions touristiques de la zone, comme Kirkjufell, la plage de Ytri Tunga ou Arnarstapi font de Stykkishólmur le meilleur campement de base pour parcourir la péninsule des Snæfellsnes. Ce que nous allons faire avec ses images...

 

- L'Islande c'est la terre, le vent, le feu, l'eau et la glace ...

- L'Islande, c'est haut, c'est loin, mais c'est beau (J.C.)

- Merci pour vos passages sur les vues, favoris et commentaires.

 

- Road Trip in Iceland - Day 13 - June 30

West Iceland Region

13th day, the stay draws to an end, After my mishap the day before and a good night in Stykkishólmur

- the town of Stykkishólmur is one of the best places in the country to feel the authentic essence of Iceland. Its location on the banks of the Breiðafjörður fjord, its atypical port and its colorful houses.

In addition, its proximity to the main tourist attractions in the area, such as Kirkjufell, Ytri Tunga beach or Arnarstapi make Stykkishólmur the best base camp for exploring the Snæfellsnes peninsula. What we are going to do with his images ...

 

- Iceland is earth, wind, fire, water and ice ...

- Iceland, it's high, it's far, but it's beautiful (J.C.)

- Thank you for your passages on views, favorites and comments.

 

- The Golden circle - Vidéo / Diaporama

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- South And South East Iceland - Diaporama

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- The East Fjords icedand - Diaporama

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- The North East & Marina Puffin - Diaporama

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- The Nord Central Iceland - Geothermal Region - Diaporama

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- La région du Lac Mývatn sa faune et flore .

The region of Lake Mývatn its flora and fauna.

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- Le Nord de l'Islande : Cliquez Ici pour visionner : youtu.be/1QcVMhvVIf4

 

- Les Fjords de L'Ouest partie la plus haute de l'île.

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Thank you for taking the time to view fave & possibly make a comment. Your view on my images & my narrative is always appreciated. Thank you. Happy Days Happy Ways Happy Sunday to one & all 🙏

There is a little story behind this image. I will be brief. I was contacted by Michael, whom you see here on the right. He lives in Portland Oregon and is a landscape oil painter. He viewed some of my images on flickr and wanted to use a few of them to paint off of. He submitted his image proposals to our new local library. They were looking for artwork to hang permanently in the new library. I am happy to tell you that two of my images were selected for him to paint and be displayed there.

 

The image you see here is of me (on the left) and Michael Orwick the oil artist . He did a wonderful job on the paintings and it was a real honor to have my work used in this way. You can see part of one of the paintings in back of were we are standing.

 

The links to Michael's paintings and my original prints are below.. Hope you enjoy them as much I do. He is an amazing artist... :-)

 

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michaelorwick.com/about

I borrowed the original image from Mr Happy Face - seen below and did some post processing here. I really wish I had more time for textures/computer time. I must have come up with about 4 images of which each displayed a different mood/feeling. I landed up going with this one.

Thanks to Jimmy B. (Mr. Happy Face) for letting me use his image.

His Pioneer Farming Series has many images on his page here:

www.flickr.com/photos/46484616@N04/page31/

  

I reworked his image and decided that the color cast from the Lee Big Stopper filters looked funny. Since I have basically no clue on how to fix this problem (my son is not home to help!), I decided on giving in to this crop and toning.

 

The archives have been fun to go back into. There will come a day when my hiking adventures will ramp back up and new work will return.

 

In the meantime, thanks for having a look!

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