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02-01-2015 - Gore Range - Rocky Mountain National Park        Link to Photo  Without Frame
Prayer shawls and smiling face    The outer door to Manzushir Monastery festooned with prayers shawls, Bogd Khan Mountains, Mongolia    This small monastery was rebuilt in recent years after the destruction of the huge Buddhist monastery complex of over 20 temples and 300 monks by the Mongolian Communists in the 1937.    Other shots of the monastery complex can be seen here: http://goo.gl/0W8b6q    01/02/15 www.allenfotowild.com
Train Trestle over the Snohomish River in Washington
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2/1/15 - The bar in the Hacienda Colorado Restaurant; you probably all know how much I like shooting in low light bars because the lights on the bottles are usually pretty neat!  Thanks for your comments on my shot of the grass seedheads laid low by the hoarfrost.  This morning they were standing back straight up!
These are the tracks of the final two hops that poor rabbit ever made.  The line of tracks across the snow ends abruptly with that last rather messed up set of paw prints.  The only reasonable explanation is that a bird of prey snatched the rabbit clean off the snow, up, up, and away.  The most likely bird in this part of the country that can carry off a rabbit is a red tail hawk.  For a wider angle view, with more prints in the row, see here:  http://smu.gs/1yZP8ET  DP032-2015  Posted Sunday, February 1; processed Jan. 31 from photo taken ditto If you're into such things, look at this in the original size to enjoy all the tiny sparkles in the snow, many of them in rainbow colors.  Winter can be wonderful, truly.  Especially when there is snow on the ground and the sun is out.  Along the Huron River at Gallup Park, Ann Arbor  Title:  It Ended Badly for the Bunny  Intent:  Content - observing nature closely
Sunset - taken in August 2014 in Snake River Birds of Prey area near Kuna, ID. I've been posting too many eagle pictures lately so here's a little variety :)   I really appreciate the comments and interest in my Northern Shrike shot! Thank you
Another very colorful bird...love that red!
February 1, 2015  As most of you know, I'm rather hopeless with identifying most flowers and plants (not to mention birds), so I'm not sure what these lovely blooms are.  I kind of think they might be Peonies, but that's a total guess.  I would welcome an expert's opinion of what these lovely flowers are.    This is another photo from Butchart  Gardens near Victoria, Canada.  It had been raining hard before we got there, and then it changed into a gentle mist.  We braved the weather & it was so worth it because this place is totally amazing.  If ever you are near Victoria, Butchart Gardens is a must see place.  Thank you for your comments and critiques.  "Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?" ~ Douglas Adams  I wish you a bloom filled day of beauty my friends!  Linda https://lgood.smugmug.com
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.
February 1, 2015  In the summer, this little river is full of families tubing.   Looks a bit cold right now :) Monkton, MD
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 :)
Day 027: Snow and Fence Abstract - Jan 27. A black and white abstract created from a photograph of a black fence frame and snow taken from above.
http://www.portraits.paulbellinger.com
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
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