I was walking in a park - the first nice day since last summer - when I saw this very young groundhog getting out of his hole. He was at least half the size of an adult. I was having some goodies in my pocket and I called him softly. And he got some seeds... He was face to the sun.
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I know when to go out And when to stay in Get things done [spoken]
I catch a paper boy But things don't really change I'm standing in the wind But I never wave bye-bye
But I try I try
There's no sign of life It's just the power to charm I'm lying in the rain But I never wave bye-bye
But I try I try
Never gonna fall for Modern Love walks beside me Modern Love walks on by Modern Love gets me to the Church on Time Church on Time terrifies me Church on Time makes me party Church on Time puts my trust in God and Man God and Man no confessions God and Man no religion God and Man don't believe in Modern Love
Tides come and go. We have accustomed ourselves to the daily cycle. Yet, floods caused by hurricanes or tsunamis surpass their cousins by several orders of magnitude and wreak destruction whereever they go. Given the circumstances, these surges may reach cataclysmic levels and entail devastation at unprecedented dimensions. Compared to celestial forces, however, our mundane events are nothing worthy to take note of. Gravitational pull is capable of ripping entire planets and moons apart and thus ending life in an instant. We may only hope to evite the final surge.
Space waves, because why not? Another old piece (from May, to be more precise) that I finished just recently. Personally, I'm quite happy about the outcome and hope that you are as well. In fact, I'm going to make this a wallpaper-pack! Because I got asked about HD+ resolutions, the are some larger downloadable images in the archive as well!
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Oook, here it comes the remaining evolution of our favourite ghosts!. Maybe I'll do a mega Gengar some time hehe. I spent more time on this one (seriously, I can't understand why do you like the gastly I did that much, it's just a smiling black spot with smoke around, nothing else!).
Wide-angle bridge leading to a forest in Rock Creek Park in Washington DC, USA. HDR composite from multiple exposures and variant of this image processed with a mix of blue & purple colors in the foliage for a more surreal atmosphere.
Special thanks to Eve for personally giving me a texture treasure map, and the inspiration it provided to blend the splash of colors
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On the rugged coast a few kilometres south of Cape Naturaliste in the Margaret River Region Western Australia, a gigantic granite rock-island looms up out of the ocean.It is called “Sugarloaf Rock” because it looks like a sugarloaf, which supposedly has a conical/triangular shape like the rock . This towering, sea-scultpured rock that emerges from the Indian Ocean is one of the most photographed coastal landforms in the region. Sugarloaf Rock and the sometimes treacherous seas that pound it are best viewed from the platform. With its ever-changing colour, it is difficult to decide when it’s best to see it. Perhaps it is when the weather is stormy with crashing seas, perhaps it is when it is calm sunny and the water is crystal clear or perhaps the greatest sight is when the sun sets over the Indian Ocean and the colour of the rock changes every minute
This shot was taken back in 2010 and started editing and forgot about it . Recently found it again when cleaning up my storage drives and finished off the edit .
Taken with the Canon 5DMKII and 24-70mm F/2.8L USM Lens and Lee soft Grad Filters .
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