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Golden Brown

The Stranglers - La Folie (1981)

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What Holds the World Together

American Music Club - San Francisco (1994)

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Asadoya Yunta

Ryuichi Sakamoto - Beauty (1989)

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feauring Neo Geo and Youssou N'Dour

Traditional Okinawan song.

  

Windmill behind a golden field in Schoondijke (Netherlands)

 

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Canada goose in flight in the golden morning light

 

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Shot taken at Vengurla Beach, Malvan, Maharashtra.

Posted a different version a few months ago, but saved this better one for later.

Taken at sundown at the farm while waiting for the next change in sky colours, one of which was the next pic on the page.

It's the time when the grass spiders get busy, catching their dinner, I s'pose !

Found an online editor to put on watermarks, so I've been experimenting.

Otherwise, sooc..

HMM to my friends !

I love the golden yellow colour of the flower with beautiful back ground.

  

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last sunrays let the rock wall in Waterholes Canyon shine.

 

letzte Sonnenstrahlen lassen die Felswand im Waterholes Canyon leuchten.

 

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Glorious golden banksia flowers growing on a tree in a front garden. They look more like hairbrushes to me.

 

Thanks to Ian (fotograf1v2) for the correction. I previously called these bottlebrushes.

This is a beautiful staircase, I loved the golden color set against the black frame. it was a challenge to get the exposure as flash photography was not permitted. the gold resembles an eye ball with the pupil staring back at you. I hope you like it.

It should be like this, a day with a golden glow......

Have a nice day!!

These cirrocumulus clouds have a golden glow from the setting sun off the south Chilean coast.

The Golden-chevroned Tanager is well named for its bright yellow shoulder patch, which marks the species out as undoubtedly the most attractive of the lowland group of Thraupis tanagers. It is endemic to southeast Brazil, where it is reasonably common, but undoubtedly outnumbered by the sympatric Palm Tanager (Thraupis palmarum) and the Sayaca Tanager (Thraupis sayaca), both of which possess far more uniform plumage than the Golden-chevroned Tanager, which in contrast most resembles the exclusively Andean-distributed Blue-capped Tanager (Thraupis cyanocephala) in morphology. The present species is generally fairly common in its reasonably wide range in the Atlantic Forest from southern Bahia to Santa Catarina, and is usually conspicuous and easily observed, like its congenerics. Source: Birds of the World.

 

This little guy here is shining and in full colors. However he lost the feathers around his eyes, which gives a special "touch".

 

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Beautiful autumn leaf.

Golden bridge in the fog

La Ceja; Colombia; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Colaptes rubiginosus

(Golden-olive woodpecker / Carpintero verdidorado)

 

The golden-olive woodpecker (Colaptes rubiginosus) is a resident breeding bird from Mexico south and east to Guyana, northwest Argentina, Trinidad and Tobago. It was formerly placed in the genus Piculus. The scientific name rubiginosus means "full of rust", describing the color of the bird's wings and back.

 

The habitat of this woodpecker is forests, more open woodland, and cultivation. It is most common in the mountains. Due to its habitat—mainly montane forest, separated by large rivers—it has evolved into about 20 subspecies. Andean birds show a pale eyering.

 

Golden-olive woodpeckers mainly eat insects, including ants and beetle larvae, with some fruit and berries.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden-olive_woodpecker

I saw these beautiful golden mushrooms while walking in the park. Maybe the name is Pholiota?

 

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Finca Alejandria Km 18 Via Cali, Cali, Colombia.

 

Tangara arthus (Golden tanager / Tangara dorada)

 

The Golden Tanager is endemic to South America. They eat a combination of fruit and insects, and hops along mossy branches in search of the latter. The Golden Tanager occurs in humid montane forests from Colombia and Venezuela south to Bolivia. It also occurs at forest borders, but is a predominantly a forest dwelling bird.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

   

La Ceja; Colombia; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Colaptes rubiginosus

(Golden-olive woodpecker / Carpintero verdidorado)

 

The golden-olive woodpecker (Colaptes rubiginosus) is a resident breeding bird from Mexico south and east to Guyana, northwest Argentina, Trinidad and Tobago. It was formerly placed in the genus Piculus. The scientific name rubiginosus means "full of rust", describing the color of the bird's wings and back.

 

The habitat of this woodpecker is forests, more open woodland, and cultivation. It is most common in the mountains. Due to its habitat—mainly montane forest, separated by large rivers—it has evolved into about 20 subspecies. Andean birds show a pale eyering.

 

Golden-olive woodpeckers mainly eat insects, including ants and beetle larvae, with some fruit and berries.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden-olive_woodpecker

 

La Ceja; Colombia; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Colaptes rubiginosus

(Golden-olive woodpecker / Carpintero verdidorado)

 

The golden-olive woodpecker (Colaptes rubiginosus) is a resident breeding bird from Mexico south and east to Guyana, northwest Argentina, Trinidad and Tobago. It was formerly placed in the genus Piculus. The scientific name rubiginosus means "full of rust", describing the color of the bird's wings and back.

 

The habitat of this woodpecker is forests, more open woodland, and cultivation. It is most common in the mountains. Due to its habitat—mainly montane forest, separated by large rivers—it has evolved into about 20 subspecies. Andean birds show a pale eyering.

 

Golden-olive woodpeckers mainly eat insects, including ants and beetle larvae, with some fruit and berries.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden-olive_woodpecker

 

Golden clouds and sand pond during sunset in Arina beach, Heraklion, Crete

Finca Alejandria Km 18 Via Cali, Cali, Colombia.

 

Tangara arthus (Golden tanager / Tangara dorada)

 

The Golden Tanager is endemic to South America. They eat a combination of fruit and insects, and hops along mossy branches in search of the latter. The Golden Tanager occurs in humid montane forests from Colombia and Venezuela south to Bolivia. It also occurs at forest borders, but is a predominantly a forest dwelling bird.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

   

For me this is one of the most beautiful tanagers in Costa Rica. And always a bit difficult (for me) to get the right golden color. This is a shot from Boca Tapada, a very good place for birding. You see I'm back from an unforgettable experience with my Swiss friend Hans. Both we enjoyed the new areas in Los Chiles and both we hope they don't distroy that area with to many tourists. Have a great weekend my dear friends!

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This beauty grows and flowers next door.

 

Have a great day/evening.

La Ceja; Colombia; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Colaptes rubiginosus

(Golden-olive woodpecker / Carpintero verdidorado)

 

The golden-olive woodpecker (Colaptes rubiginosus) is a resident breeding bird from Mexico south and east to Guyana, northwest Argentina, Trinidad and Tobago. It was formerly placed in the genus Piculus. The scientific name rubiginosus means "full of rust", describing the color of the bird's wings and back.

 

The habitat of this woodpecker is forests, more open woodland, and cultivation. It is most common in the mountains. Due to its habitat—mainly montane forest, separated by large rivers—it has evolved into about 20 subspecies. Andean birds show a pale eyering.

 

Golden-olive woodpeckers mainly eat insects, including ants and beetle larvae, with some fruit and berries.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden-olive_woodpecker

 

Finca Alejandria, Km 18 Via Cali-Buenaventura, Cali, Colombia.

 

Chalcothraupis ruficervix ruficervix -Prévost & Des Murs, 1842- (Golden-naped tanager / Tangara nuquirrufa)

 

The golden-naped tanager is found in South America from Colombia to Bolivia. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests and heavily degraded former forest. Six subspecies are recognised.

 

Golden-naped tanagers have plumage similar to those of the metallic-green tanager, the swallow tanager and the blue-and-black tanager as adults of all three species are primarily blue with black facial masking, however, the golden-naped tanager is the only primarily blue tanager with a golden or reddish crown patch or nape.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden-naped_tanager

Crocuses on a golden background of daffodils in Bushy Park, Dublin

For the theme " Celebration " MacroMondays

Roof detail of Kinkaku-ji, the Golden Pavilion, Kyoto japan

Golden light in Volterra...just before the storm hit us :D

Panorama composed of 4 horizontal shots.

Golden-ringed Dragonfly - Cordulegaster boltonii

 

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Golden Bay is located next to Għajn Tuffieħa on the north-west coast of Malta, nearby the village of Manikata and known for its red sand and naturally formed dunes on its surrounding slopes.

Finca Alejandria Km 18 Via Cali, Cali, Colombia.

 

Tangara arthus (Golden tanager / Tangara dorada)

 

The Golden Tanager is endemic to South America. They eat a combination of fruit and insects, and hops along mossy branches in search of the latter. The Golden Tanager occurs in humid montane forests from Colombia and Venezuela south to Bolivia. It also occurs at forest borders, but is a predominantly a forest dwelling bird.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

   

I don't see this very active little guy often. It paused briefly while finding something to eat on the spruce boughs.

 

Golden-crowned Kinglets look very similar to their European Kinglet cousin Goldcrests (Regulus regulus).

 

Edmonton, Alberta.

For Macro Mondays - Ribbon

Finca Alejandria, Km 18 Via Cali-Buenaventura, Cali, Colombia.

 

Chalcothraupis ruficervix ruficervix -Prévost & Des Murs, 1842- (Golden-naped tanager / Tangara nuquirrufa)

 

The golden-naped tanager is found in South America from Colombia to Bolivia. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests and heavily degraded former forest. Six subspecies are recognised.

 

Golden-naped tanagers have plumage similar to those of the metallic-green tanager, the swallow tanager and the blue-and-black tanager as adults of all three species are primarily blue with black facial masking, however, the golden-naped tanager is the only primarily blue tanager with a golden or reddish crown patch or nape.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden-naped_tanager

Golden chain tree (laburnum)

Golden rose grows and flowers next door.

 

Have a wonderful day

La Ceja; Colombia; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Colaptes rubiginosus

(Golden-olive woodpecker / Carpintero verdidorado)

 

The golden-olive woodpecker (Colaptes rubiginosus) is a resident breeding bird from Mexico south and east to Guyana, northwest Argentina, Trinidad and Tobago. It was formerly placed in the genus Piculus. The scientific name rubiginosus means "full of rust", describing the color of the bird's wings and back.

 

The habitat of this woodpecker is forests, more open woodland, and cultivation. It is most common in the mountains. Due to its habitat—mainly montane forest, separated by large rivers—it has evolved into about 20 subspecies. Andean birds show a pale eyering.

 

Golden-olive woodpeckers mainly eat insects, including ants and beetle larvae, with some fruit and berries.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden-olive_woodpecker

 

Another from Rufford Country Park - Great Golden colours from late afternoon sun on autumn leaves on the opposite side of the lake

With the end of Autumn comes golden foliage that seems to glow and light up Vermont's countryside.

Golden-Hooded Tanager Costa Rica

 

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Some people in our group had never heard the term "Golden Hour".

They learnt very quickly what it meant...

The Golden Earring is a Dutch rock band. The group was founded in 1961. In 2021 the group was disbanded due to illness of one of the band members. Well-known songs are Radar Love, Twilight Zone and When the Lady Smiles

Sailing the golden water

Golden Plover - Pluvialis Apricaria

 

I decided to avoid the crowds again today and had a trip up to the Durham Dales.

 

A little quiet but I did get some nice views of Golden Plover.

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