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A shot from this past fall a high school game played at night wow those are tough shooting conditions but a real learning experience... Happy Super Bowl Sunday let's go New England.
31.01.15 - End of Times, Alien Skies  This image completes my 7th year on the Dailies, I didn't manage an unbroken year because I was ill back in October, but when I started my first year I wondered if I could even complete that! I'll be starting my 8th year tomorrow morning, hoping to find new challenges and things to try.   This collage is a selection of my recent alien skies experiments, inspired by the guys at Roscosmos. The night time ones are spectacular but less believable than the misty ones I think. I wonder what Year 8 will bring? Thanks you to everyone who has stuck by me over the last 7 years supporting and commenting on my work. You all know what a challenge it is trying to find a shot a day :)
This is our first big snow storm of the season.  I shot this out the back window just minutes ago. The sun isn't even up yet.
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My fashion statement .... what to wear when it's minus 35C.  A quick selfie shot that I took to send to my girlfriend who was sitting on a beach in Cuba at the same time I was walking the dog in Manitoba. She thought it was hilarious, me - not so much.... :) 02.01.15
February 16, 2013    My what big teeth you have!    If you ever wondered what a hippopotamus looks like up close and personal, check this guy out in the larger sizes.  It's much safer to view him here, than in his native habitat.    Have a great day full of huge delights!    Linda
Egret, Great White - Shot at Phoenix, AZ - Alvord Lake
January 14.   This is a 100 year old summerhouse in the dunes just 100 m. from the beach. I shot it just before sunset in order to get the glow in the windows and the dark BG. The foreground was darkened in order to draw all attention to this well-preserved house  .
February 24, 013    In honor of Black History month and to participate in the Sisterhood of the Bra's challenge to post something black today, I'm sharing one of my favorite photo subjects:  A black car.    This is no ordinary car, but one made for racing on the Bonneville Salt Flats.  Yes, that's salt on the tires, not snow.    Enjoy!    Linda
Floating pancakes (my term) or lily pads (Mary's term) of ice.    DP052-2014  Posted February 21; processed Feb. 20    I've been puzzling over this ice formation ever since I saw it.  I now think I have a possible explanation for how it formed.  It is on a stretch of the river immediately downstream from the tailraces of Geddes Dam.  Water comes out at the bases of the metal plates of the dam gates under high pressure.  The resulting turbulence creates a lot of foam.  That soon disperses into rafts of bubbles that float downstream, and typically form into circular disc shapes.  I believe that the round plates of ice are nothing more exotic than frozen groups of bubbles.  In support of this hypothesis I note that the top surfaces of the plates are bumpy, as they would be if formed from bubbles (not flat, as they'd be if formed from fractured sheets of ice), and that you can see bubbles or remnants of bubbles around the edges of some of the plates.  Voilà!  Pancake ice!    Taken February 12, 2014  (Title:  Frozen Foam?)    Thanks so much for all the kind comments on my photo of the duck floating on a reflection, accompanied by some of this pancake ice.  I was a bit under the weather, and didn't spend much time on the computer.  I hope to catch up today.
Women burning incense to a smiling Buddha, Sulamani Temple, Bagan, Myanmar    At the original size you can just see the glowing end of the incense stick.    I liked the position of the three woman, each a little closer to the Buddha and each head higher than the next, drawing my eye up towards the statue's hand, and then the light coloured arm and shoulder making a reverse curve up towards the head (i.e., all together making a semi-circle)    For another image of a woman with a different Buddha (and a photo of two cute school children) see here: http://goo.gl/Gsgsz
Spotted crane fly on Aralia leaf...  This shot is from the same plant as yesterday's post, but with the one obvious addition! With my search on Google, I'm thinking it's a spotted crane fly. Please feel free to advise if you recognize it as something different, thanks!  Thank you for your views and comments, always appreciated! Critiques welcome...  January 31, 2015
01-29-2015 - Prescott, AZ - Granite Dells       Link to Photo  Without Frame       Thank You for Making this Daily Photo the #1 Pick on 01-29-2015
The Unique patterns of the columns and arches at the Vakil Mosque's prayer hall known as 'Shabestan' in Shiraz, Iran draw you in. #63101349  © Payam Nashery - Photoarts
A shot from this past fall a high school game played at night wow those are tough shooting conditions but a real learning experience... Happy Super Bowl Sunday let's go New England.

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A shot from this past fall a high school game played at night wow those are tough shooting conditions but a real learning experience... Happy Super Bowl Sunday let's go New England.
A shot from this past fall a high school game played at night wow those are tough shooting conditions but a real learning experience... Happy Super Bowl Sunday let's go New England.

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