Un coup d'oeil et un traitement de la lumière géniaux!
Very good capture! Cheers
Hairball analogy is hilarious! Beautiful photo!
Yes, it's a tumbleweed, a.k.a. Russian Thistle, lodged in Upper Antelope Canyon, in Antelope Canyon Navajo Tribal Park outside of Page, Arizona.
Thanks to Hollywood movies, many consider the tumbleweed to be an iconic symbol of the American West, but it's an exotic invader that was first identified in Australia in 1810 and was not introduced to the USA until it arrived with Russian immigrants in South Dakota around 1877.
Incredible... Excellent testimony.
What an amazing photo. A passing moment in a timeless world.
Do you own a cat? humor is a important key and makes a great twist, thanks for yours
labelmom, No, unfortunately I lost the cat in my divorce. I do get to visit it from time to time, but it isn't bery friendly anymore. I think it has unresolved issues.
for sure! cats are people too. do you actually visit your cat or are you trying to pull my leg?
Issue #1 is that the cat follows Jeff around and coughs up on all his beautiful shots. Usually Jeff is able to frame the mess out, but this time there was just no getting around it, it seems.
I enjoy your work, Jeff. Thanks for letting us tag along on your travels.
Fantastic !!! " Mather Earth Egg"..
Otra fotografia de Estrella amarilla saludos desde España.
Another photography of yellow Star regards from Spain.
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