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Threatening sky at Ioannina
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Published: August 31, 2015
Threatening sky at Ioannina - Greece
Image size
9600x6376px 30.67 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D90
Shutter Speed
1/1250 second
Aperture
F/3.5
Focal Length
18 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Sep 20, 2013, 4:25:43 PM
Software
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.6 (Windows)
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AnnaZLoveHobbyist General Artist
Stunning photo!
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RikitzaProfessional Photographer
Anna my golden friend thanks a lot :hug:
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AnnaZLoveHobbyist General Artist

You are very welcome!

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HarryBeltonHobbyist Traditional Artist
Beauty!
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RikitzaProfessional Photographer
:thanks: George :)
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HarryBeltonHobbyist Traditional Artist
:)
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Wonderful shot !! The colors are amazing and I love this cloudy sky !!!
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RikitzaProfessional Photographer
:)
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DanStefan Photographer
o atmosfera dramatica  ...
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RikitzaProfessional Photographer
asa se pare ... :)
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HoshiBlue21Student General Artist
Muy buena foto!
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:)
Tageslicht's avatar
The water is threatening as well; it appears to be a continuation of the rock!
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RikitzaProfessional Photographer
Thx for you visit Christine. :heart: :rose:
Mother NATURE has some message to coney ...
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Nietzsche  (while living in Genoa) once said, "I would not build a house for myself, and I count it as part of my good fortune that I do not own a house. But if I had to, then I should build it as some of the Romans did- right into the sea. I should not mind sharing a few secrets with this beautiful monster." :sun:
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Interesting Christine. I assume that the lacustrian housing technology was second to the importance he granted the mysterious of the sea and nature in general ... :hug:
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I believe you are correct. ^^
Wittgenstein might have put primacy upon the construction aspect, but not Nietzsche.
:hug:
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RikitzaProfessional Photographer
As we know, philosophy is strongly driven by selecting a certain answer/preference/approach to the essential/primary questions ... :hug:
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Agreed- that is philosophy: finding out what is important to you, and thinking of how to live based on that. I think it's best to reflect a lot on it, but
even those who think they don't have a philosophy really do- just as those who postpone a choice are still choosing. ^^  :hug:
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RikitzaProfessional Photographer
So ... Philosophy is omni-present ...
today Sarina and myself shall meet in Bucharest Sorin and Cecilia and other colleagues to celebrate 50 (fifty!) years since we finished school in Bucharest ... It requires some imagination, I assume, to understand this :hug:
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wow
increadible picture. full of life.
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thx a lot Dan :)
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LUCILALEYLAHobbyist Photographer
Gorgeous Greece :love:
amazing capture dear Riki :clap:
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Thx Lucila dear :hug:
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