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Thursday, April 17, 2014  "CYPRESS PRESERVE"  "The art of progress is to preserve order amid change and to preserve change amid order." ~ Alfred North Whitehead  SOOC, uncropped, flash fired, photographed at 6:05 p.m. (Central Time Zone)  Thanks for your comments on my "Sassy and Azaleas" photo yesterday; it was a pleasure to share the #3 spot with Suzanne (aka DreamCatcherPhotography) - we each had 23 comments at the end of the day on our photos. Congrats to Harsh (aka Hershey) whose image was a well-deserved #1 and Judy (aka fotoeffects), whose image was #2.  "Popular among photographers, birders, and joggers, this site's three ancient groves of cypress don't mind a little extra water. Growing from a long, narrow slough, or wetland depression, these cypress brakes enjoy wet feet. Purchased in 1940, the garden club continues to improve the site with new boardwalks, an outdoor classroom pavilion, walking trails, and informative signs. Here among this 16 acre tract in the city, it's no surprise to see deer, turkeys and alligators in their natural habitat." ~ Reprinted text from here: http://www.scenicusa.net/050712.html  Hang in there; tomorrow is Friday!  Greenville Garden Club's Cypress Preserve (aka Greenville Cypress Preserve) corner of Highway 82 West and Cypress Lane  Greenville, MS
A follow up shot to April 13, this shot of Shofuso  -  Japanese House and Garden in Philadelphia  was taken yesterday. The trees have finally bloomed.
Can you figure it out?  DP107-2014  Posted April 17; processed ditto  Even at highest zoom in Photoshop I can't see any connection between the two small tilted icicles and the roof line.  Yet all the icicles in the shot were stationary when I took it.  Unless there was a temporary point of fusion between the larger of the 'floating' icicles and the large one it seems to intersect with, I don't see what was supporting it.  I've cropped the relevant section of the top portion of the icicles, enlarged it, and posted it here (http://smu.gs/1l61uGl) to make it easier to see what is going on.  I tried adding that as an inset to this shot, but it disfigured it so, covering up too much of the scene, that I decided to make it a separate post in my 'Icicle Mania' gallery.  Taken April 16, 2014 (Title:  No Visible Means of Support)  Many thanks to those of you who found my late posts of the past few days and left comments.  Much appreciated.
04-17-2014 - Thunderbolt A-10/OA-10 "Warthog" or "Hog"  The A-10 and OA-10 Thunderbolt-IIs are the first Air Force aircraft specially designed for close air support of ground forces. They are simple, effective and survivable twin-engine jet aircraft that can be used against all ground targets, including tanks and other armored vehicles.          Link to Photo Without Frame
4/16/2014 ~ Cracked, Smashed and Peeling  Old doors in a 1940's service station, near Floresville, Texas. Cool details in the largest size.   Thank you for the wonderful comments on yesterday's shot of the Indian Blanket flower!
Portrait of an old man carrying a stalk of bamboo, Inle Lake, Myanmar  Notice his lovely expression and his tattoos at larger sizes.  billiejean, the 'pink part' is a woven tote bag that is widely worn by both men and women.  You will see examples of this if you follow my link below to accompanying photos.  Other photos taken at the market at Inle Lake can be seen here: http://goo.gl/kQTH2X  17/04/14 www.allenfotowild.com
Dwellings carved into the soft rock cliffs document human presence here at Bandelier National Monument going back over 11,000 years.
April 17.  I'm constantly chasing the squirrels away from my bird feeders and sometimes you just have to take their picture.
4-17-2014 Landing some were??. Yes a little more Security Clearance then most,  And some of the places i go no phones or cameras. JUST TWO GOOD EYES
April 17, 2014  Another drive by shot from Sunday’s Washington DC visit.  I wasn’t happy with the colors or the clarity of this photo so I thought I give it a shot in topaz…this is how it ended up.    First in War, First in Peace, First in the Hearts of his Countrymen Built to honor George Washington, the United States' first president, the 555-foot marble obelisk towers over Washington, D.C.  On Tuesday, August 23, 2011, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake, occurred 84 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., damaging the Washington Monument.  The National Park Service says the Washington Monument will reopen to visitors May 12 after being closed for nearly three years.  http://www.nps.gov/wamo/parknews/newsreleases.htm
Pannonian Mood This too is Austria.  "Pannonia" is a loosely defined term (based on a Roman provincial name) that defines parts of eastern Austria and western Hungary.  As the name implies, it is flat.  The land, with several small lakes and one big one, is home to a national park, lots of vineyards, and other agriculture.  It is warmer and dryer than the rest of Austria.
16.04.14 - Under the Big Blue  I'm aware that parts of America are still getting snow after a very harsh winter, but here in the UK spring is well under way after the mildest winter most of us can remember. This is Lincoln Cathedral yesterday in beautiful light
4-17-14. Green Tree Frog. La Chua Trail Boardwalk, Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, Gainesville, Florida. 2014.  Dozens of visitors walked right by this little tree frog as it rested, hidden in shade of the fence on the rail of the boardwalk into the Prairie. It cooperated nicely when I brought children over to have a closer look. We have several green colored tree frogs here in Florida, but you can tell this one is a Green Tree Frog by the bold white stripe and the golden speckles on its back.
Thursday, April 17, 2014

"CYPRESS PRESERVE"

"The art of progress is to preserve order amid change and to preserve change amid order." ~ Alfred North Whitehead

SOOC, uncropped, flash fired, photographed at 6:05 p.m. (Central Time Zone)

Thanks for your comments on my "Sassy and Azaleas" photo yesterday; it was a pleasure to share the #3 spot with Suzanne (aka DreamCatcherPhotography) - we each had 23 comments at the end of the day on our photos. Congrats to Harsh (aka Hershey) whose image was a well-deserved #1 and Judy (aka fotoeffects), whose image was #2.

"Popular among photographers, birders, and joggers, this site's three ancient groves of cypress don't mind a little extra water. Growing from a long, narrow slough, or wetland depression, these cypress brakes enjoy wet feet. Purchased in 1940, the garden club continues to improve the site with new boardwalks, an outdoor classroom pavilion, walking trails, and informative signs. Here among this 16 acre tract in the city, it's no surprise to see deer, turkeys and alligators in their natural habitat." ~ Reprinted text from here: http://www.scenicusa.net/050712.html

Hang in there; tomorrow is Friday!

Greenville Garden Club's Cypress Preserve
(aka Greenville Cypress Preserve)
corner of Highway 82 West and Cypress Lane
Greenville, MS

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Thursday, April 17, 2014  "CYPRESS PRESERVE"  "The art of progress is to preserve order amid change and to preserve change amid order." ~ Alfred North Whitehead  SOOC, uncropped, flash fired, photographed at 6:05 p.m. (Central Time Zone)  Thanks for your comments on my "Sassy and Azaleas" photo yesterday; it was a pleasure to share the #3 spot with Suzanne (aka DreamCatcherPhotography) - we each had 23 comments at the end of the day on our photos. Congrats to Harsh (aka Hershey) whose image was a well-deserved #1 and Judy (aka fotoeffects), whose image was #2.  "Popular among photographers, birders, and joggers, this site's three ancient groves of cypress don't mind a little extra water. Growing from a long, narrow slough, or wetland depression, these cypress brakes enjoy wet feet. Purchased in 1940, the garden club continues to improve the site with new boardwalks, an outdoor classroom pavilion, walking trails, and informative signs. Here among this 16 acre tract in the city, it's no surprise to see deer, turkeys and alligators in their natural habitat." ~ Reprinted text from here: http://www.scenicusa.net/050712.html  Hang in there; tomorrow is Friday!  Greenville Garden Club's Cypress Preserve (aka Greenville Cypress Preserve) corner of Highway 82 West and Cypress Lane  Greenville, MS
Thursday, April 17, 2014

"CYPRESS PRESERVE"

"The art of progress is to preserve order amid change and to preserve change amid order." ~ Alfred North Whitehead

SOOC, uncropped, flash fired, photographed at 6:05 p.m. (Central Time Zone)

Thanks for your comments on my "Sassy and Azaleas" photo yesterday; it was a pleasure to share the #3 spot with Suzanne (aka DreamCatcherPhotography) - we each had 23 comments at the end of the day on our photos. Congrats to Harsh (aka Hershey) whose image was a well-deserved #1 and Judy (aka fotoeffects), whose image was #2.

"Popular among photographers, birders, and joggers, this site's three ancient groves of cypress don't mind a little extra water. Growing from a long, narrow slough, or wetland depression, these cypress brakes enjoy wet feet. Purchased in 1940, the garden club continues to improve the site with new boardwalks, an outdoor classroom pavilion, walking trails, and informative signs. Here among this 16 acre tract in the city, it's no surprise to see deer, turkeys and alligators in their natural habitat." ~ Reprinted text from here: http://www.scenicusa.net/050712.html

Hang in there; tomorrow is Friday!

Greenville Garden Club's Cypress Preserve
(aka Greenville Cypress Preserve)
corner of Highway 82 West and Cypress Lane
Greenville, MS

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