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Iman Mosque at night  Iman Mosque (Shah Mosque, 1611-1629).  This magnificent UNESCO World Heritage site is lit up after dark and the effect is magical as the lights on the tiles turned everything blue and gold.  The key to reproducing the colours as I saw them was to use tungsten light colour balance, otherwise everything had a nasty yellow cast.  Other photos from the Isfahan area can be see here: http://goo.gl/xwvmsJ  30/06/15 www.allenfotowild.com
06-30-2015 - Holzwarth Trout Lodge - Old Corral  - Rocky Mountain National Park      Link to Photo  Without Frame
The old shed is gone, the old truck is gone - the next day. we tackle the old bus!  Happy Canada Day to all you wonderful Canucks!! 07 01 15
1942 International Truck - Image has been enhance in Topaz Adjust Bold (modify) I like this look on my images of old trucks, for some reason it tells a story better of the truck's pass.
6/30/15 - A little conservatory at the Denver Botanic Garden.  I love all the beautiful wrought iron work and the overall design.  I'm not even sure conservatory is the right term for this little gem.  Thanks for your comments on my shot of the peonies.  I really appreciate your taking the time to leave a comment.
Bad Hair Day!!!!  About my post from yesterday..the bluejay was actually sunning! i looked it up on a birding site and it explained why birds sun..it helps keep their feathers healthy and it can also rid them of parasites...I see them do it all the time,but I never new exactly why they were doing it..very interesting!
Tuesday, June 30, 2015  "GIVING UP RIGHT FOR WRONG"  "All unrighteousness is sin......" ~ I John 5:17 (The Bible, KJV)  Have a terrific Tuesday!  (photo taken 6/24/2015)  My Homepage: www.GodsChild.SmugMug.com
All Wet :) And it's the last day of June 2015
Inside of a 1942 International Truck, Old Roustbout truck 1 ton.
June 30 - Schooner Lettie G. Howard leaving Philadelphia yesterday for New York.
29.06.15 - National Champions (2)  As promised yesterday here is a collage of shots from the men's race at the National Cycling Championships on Sunday. The race was even more exciting than the women's one earlier, and was only decided on the final climb up the steep cobbles when Peter Kennaugh managed to shake off Mark Cavendish. "Cav" is the better known rider with his incredible 25 stage victories on the Tour de France, but he is really a sprinter and the climbs didn't suit his style so well. In less than a week the top riders here will be in France for Le Tour, hopefully Lincoln was a nice warm up for them.  This was by far the biggest sporting event to come to my hometown in my lifetime, it was a pleasure to be there and photograph it, I'll probably not see anything like it again in my life. These are heady days for British cycling, we've been the best on the world for several years now and the crowds are huge.  Some information on the pics; the central one is Newport Arch, the only Roman archway in Britain that still has traffic going through it. Bottom right is the (in)famous bird of paradise flower building, a private residence that attracts strong views for and against it!
Castle for Sale The Kranichberg Castle is on a pass in the hills about an hour and a half south of Vienna.  Originally built in the early 13th century, it was privately purchased and renovated into a four-star hotel and restaurant and conference center.  The owner died and his daughters have their own lives and families, so it has been on the market since 2009.  The asking price is only 3.5 million Euro.  This is the fate of many renovated and privately owned castles now.  P.S.  Just to be clear - these are just shots I took.  I am in no way connected to this castle or have anything to do with marketing it.
June 22, 2015  This photo was taken somewhere along some logging roads (dirt) high in the hills near Portland, Oregon.  I like the focus on the new pine growth with the layers of blue hills in the distance.  "I'm very gregarious, but I love being in the hills on my own."  ~ Norman MacCaig  Have a day full of wonders & beauty my friends!  Linda http://www.lgood.smugmug.com
A Sami feeding the rednosed Rudolph, preparing for the him for the season. I met him near North Cape, Norway at 71° north
Doing a little bit of Rim Lighting Photography . . .
Iman Mosque at night

Iman Mosque (Shah Mosque, 1611-1629). This magnificent UNESCO World Heritage site is lit up after dark and the effect is magical as the lights on the tiles turned everything blue and gold. The key to reproducing the colours as I saw them was to use tungsten light colour balance, otherwise everything had a nasty yellow cast.

Other photos from the Isfahan area can be see here: http://goo.gl/xwvmsJ

30/06/15 http://www.allenfotowild.com

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Iman Mosque at night  Iman Mosque (Shah Mosque, 1611-1629).  This magnificent UNESCO World Heritage site is lit up after dark and the effect is magical as the lights on the tiles turned everything blue and gold.  The key to reproducing the colours as I saw them was to use tungsten light colour balance, otherwise everything had a nasty yellow cast.  Other photos from the Isfahan area can be see here: http://goo.gl/xwvmsJ  30/06/15 www.allenfotowild.com
Iman Mosque at night

Iman Mosque (Shah Mosque, 1611-1629). This magnificent UNESCO World Heritage site is lit up after dark and the effect is magical as the lights on the tiles turned everything blue and gold. The key to reproducing the colours as I saw them was to use tungsten light colour balance, otherwise everything had a nasty yellow cast.

Other photos from the Isfahan area can be see here: http://goo.gl/xwvmsJ

30/06/15 http://www.allenfotowild.com

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Photo by: Terry Allen · See photo in original gallery.

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