Discussion in 'Photography' started by Kritter, Mar 3, 2009.
Gonna be crispy crunchy cool for the next week. Back to normal.
Yes, it was really nasty here the last three days. Highs mid to high 90's. Generally here on my little private mountain, the nights are breezy, cool and comfortable. But the last three evenings were like hell's kitchen. Thank god for central air cond.
6:30 this morning... the cruise ship had just arrived and was setting anchor. The only time of the day I can drive downtown to the water in relative peace.
Sooo, the tourists are there I presume....Damn, that cruise ship has to hold enough people to flood every inch of your beautiful island.
The island is 108 square miles so not really at all. However, added to the tourists already here in the town of Bar Harbor it does fill the sidewalks!
You could make a killing with a sidewalk Lemonade Stand. .......maybe with a wee spike of pirated Rum.
I drove off the road and into the ditch real fast when I saw this. I wish I had a better camera, but luckily I do have lightroom and photoshop.
View looking north over Corrie Fee nature reserve from near the top of Driesh, Glen Dall (East Scotland).
A rare sunny day...
^ Why are there defined areas of forest in some places and then nothing but fields on the rest? Was it all forest at one time?
I perform magic and twist balloons for a living. Someone challenged me to make a Demogorgon and I think it turned out pretty well!
Nothing special. Went for a walk in a deciduous forest yesterday. Only time of year I like a deciduous forest.
I see wolf & bear tracks.
I took a stab at Figment!
Happy National Roller Coaster Day with my current #1, Fury325.
Furious Speed by Michael on Flickr
Yukon Striker. by Shaun Ferguson, on Flickr
Snapped this today at a place called “The Wild Gardens of Acadia” which is dedicated to displaying all of the indigenous species of the island in one location.
I’ve posted a similar view before, but yesterday was particularly beautiful.
Hmmm....not much of a fall.
supposed to hit 90 on Tuesday here in Pittsburgh.
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