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October 24, 2014  For some reason, this shot reminded me of the elusive Genie in the bottle because of it's shape, the light and the ethereal "feel" of the whole canyon.  When you're there in the Antelope Canyon (upper), you can imagine all kinds of wonderful things about the shapes of those undulating Navajo sandstone walls.  "Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." ~ Albert Einstein  Have a nature-filled day today my friends!  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
Oct 24 - Leftover Pumpkins  Thanks again for your nice comments!
23.10.14 - Timelines  This is probably the most cliched night photograph in Lincoln, so I have avoided doing it for a while, but it still has to be done from time to time! The footbridge over one of the city's busiest roads gives a great view of the cathedral on the hill, and a long shutter speed gives nice light trails leading up to it. This is from my guided photo walk last night, where I was demonstrating the possibilities of longer shutter speeds. The downside of shooting from here is that the bridge is very prone to vibrations that ruin the shot. People walking on the bridge make it bounce, and traffic passing underneath can also make it shake, so about half the shots you take will be affected.  As a footnote to yesterday's light trail shot, I have realised that the treble clef pattern in the trails was caused by the number "27", which was the route number on a passing bus :)
Field of pumpkins, ready for Halloween (best larger).  I was saving this one for Halloween but tomorrow I'm heading overseas again to give a few talks, and may be too busy to post and comment much, so I'm posting it early.  25/10/14 www.allenfotowild.com
Inbound: Another shot for my B&W Facebook challenge. Have a great  weekend!! See you Monday!  10/24/2014
Agave...  Agave (/əˈɡɑːveɪ/ or /əˈɡeɪviː/ is a genus of monocots. The plants are perennial, but each rosette flowers once and then dies (see semelparity). Some species are known by the name century plant.  Chiefly Mexican, agaves are also native to the southern and western United States and central and tropical South America. They are succulents with a large rosette of thick, fleshy leaves, each ending generally in a sharp point and with a spiny margin; the stout stem is usually short, the leaves apparently springing from the root. Along with plants from the related genus Yucca, various Agave species are popular ornamental plants.  Thank you for your views and comments! Critiques welcome...  24 October 2014
10.24.14  I love this image because it is such a classic Depression era image  of my grandparents, my dad, and his three brothers.  Circa 1937. The lake is the background is either the great Salt Lake or Utah Lake. I found the picture and decided to scan it.   My dad turned 83 yesterday. Happy Birthday, Dad.  Floyd Smith Gardner, William, Stephan Hugh, Joseph (my dad). Mary Henderson Gardner, and Michael.  Thanks for commenting on my pink reminder image of Jeddy yesterday. I've been sleeping a lot and never got back to comment.   I just heard from the surgeon and she has the pathology report back. The good news is that they got all of the cancer. I will start radiation in November.
Day 292: NYSyline Sunrise - Oct 24.  The sun tried hard to overcome the clouds this morning at sunrise but didn't quite make it.   Nice to have the rain out of here though after three days.
June 23rd - "Organization"    Okeene, OK  This shot is from a recent storm chase and shows a wall cloud underneath the storm base that is becoming very organized.  This storm went on to produce a tornado an hour later.  Technical Details: Shot with Canon 5d mk2 and Canon 24-70L lens at F10 and 1/60 seconds.
French Strawberries  for sale at the local market in Arles
24OCT2014  Fremont BNSF  A Winter day in Nebraska.  TGIF, Have a great weekend! Please leave me a comment, thanks!
October 24, 2014

For some reason, this shot reminded me of the elusive Genie in the bottle because of it's shape, the light and the ethereal "feel" of the whole canyon. When you're there in the Antelope Canyon (upper), you can imagine all kinds of wonderful things about the shapes of those undulating Navajo sandstone walls.

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." ~ Albert Einstein

Have a nature-filled day today my friends!

Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com

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October 24, 2014  For some reason, this shot reminded me of the elusive Genie in the bottle because of it's shape, the light and the ethereal "feel" of the whole canyon.  When you're there in the Antelope Canyon (upper), you can imagine all kinds of wonderful things about the shapes of those undulating Navajo sandstone walls.  "Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." ~ Albert Einstein  Have a nature-filled day today my friends!  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com
October 24, 2014

For some reason, this shot reminded me of the elusive Genie in the bottle because of it's shape, the light and the ethereal "feel" of the whole canyon. When you're there in the Antelope Canyon (upper), you can imagine all kinds of wonderful things about the shapes of those undulating Navajo sandstone walls.

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." ~ Albert Einstein

Have a nature-filled day today my friends!

Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com

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