"Silbersee"

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© Sonny☼Funny on May 12, 2009

Da ist ja gar nichts versteckt! :-/ Ich seh' nur ein kleines Alien im Schilf! :-D Glänzt aber so richtig schön!

leon on May 12, 2009

Gefällt mir!

Klaus Wißkirchen on May 13, 2009

Und Bernd? Hast Du den Schatz gefunden?

Gruß Kl@us

Bernd Lang KN on May 14, 2009

Nix versteckt Sonny, auch keine Außerirdischen, nur massenhaft Fallschirmchen und passend zum Stichwort

Mir auch Leon :-) Danke!

Hab' ich Klaus, leider zerstöre ich ihn  mit jedem Atemzug ...

scml on May 15, 2009

I really like this...its a lovely capture...

Very nice Bernd...

All the best from Sandy ;)

Bernd Lang KN on May 15, 2009

Thank you Sandy, i just uploaded this one in association with Sonny's prompt 'silverlake'

Best wishes from Germany, Bernd

scml on May 15, 2009

Your welcome Bernd...the sparkle on the surface is just so lovely...its like looking at the stars or the milkyway...such a lovely effect ;)

All the best from Sandy ;)

Bernd Lang KN on May 15, 2009

Ever seen the mw in real on top of a mountain or offshore without any light polution? You won't see single stars Sandy, it's more like a light blue "milky" band ...

Cheers, Bernd

scml on May 15, 2009

Where I live Bernd...we have total darkness on the new moon...no street or city lights to bother us...and the sky looks absolutely beautiful...full of stars...so I know what you mean...it really is so lovely...

Country life for me any day...just for the enjoyment of such a scene...

See ya from Sandy ;)

scml on May 15, 2009

You'll have to come south to get the best view Bernd...see here for a taste of the view ;)

Best wishes from Sandy ;)

Bernd Lang KN on May 16, 2009

When i switch on the cryostat in my eyes, i see it like that Sandy :-) But quit like that one can see it on a cold winter night or in the middle of nowhere.

I remember having seen 'Your' Southern Cross from my cave 'a few' thousand years ago :-) But unfortunately 'precession of the equinoxes gradually lowered its stars below the European horizon'. Up to now i didn't manage to watch it live!

BTW: Do you know this free incredible peace of software 'stellarium'?

CU, Bernd

scml on May 16, 2009

:)...thanks for the links Bernd...I actually have some software on my computer that allows me to look at any part of the heavens...can zoom in to a star etc...it is quite good...

And don't worry about what you can't see in the southern hemisphere...I promise to keep an eye on it for you ;)

Best wishes from Sandy ;)

Bernd Lang KN on May 19, 2009

You're welcome Sandy, can you tell me the name of the sw?

Too kind of you, but better keep both eyes closed while taking a nap :-)

Best Wishes, Bernd

urropix on October 26, 2009

sieht aber lässig aus .... die Vegitation ist hier aber auch üppiger, als auf den abgeschlieffenen Felsen des Aletschgletschers .... Best wishes aus dem Surbthal

Bernd Lang KN on October 26, 2009

Danke, Ursula, der Weiher hier liegt ja auch ein wenig niedriger als "Eurer" ...

Liebe Grüße, Bernd

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Photo taken in Dingelsdorfer Ried, 78465 Konstanz, Germany

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  • Uploaded on May 12, 2009
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    by Bernd Lang KN
    • Camera: SAMSUNG TECHWIN Pro 815
    • Taken on 2009/05/07 16:37:15
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/400)
    • Focal Length: 23.20mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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