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Tea Party"s Commander in Chief.


Kind regards,


Amazing lights, great details!


Greetings, IC

Welcome Javerburg to the October NPC.

Thank You for your participation. Please, if possible, do not forget to vote in due time.

Good luck, Istvan C

Please add #92 to the start of the title. Many thanks in advance

I found this little beauty right outside of my hotel room. I only got to see that crown standing up for a couple seconds but I missed a good photo op there.

No doubt, Jereon! I don't think I have ever seen a bird that muddy. He's a scruffy looking thing to be sure. He was hanging out in the same tree as the big ibis.

Ik hoorde dat de Argusvlinder schaars is Erik, maar kwam hem hier in Alphen dagelijks meer dan eens tegen. Maar ja, 't is ook zo'n aantrekkelijke stad... Bedankt voor de medailles!

molto,molto bella, complimenti saluto Renato, votato

Roar, Actually, neither. This is another multiple-exposure image ... 9 exposures at +/- 1.0 EV. The motion comes from the final few exposures, the longest of which was 5 seconds. I'm really happy with the motion blur that I get from moving water and HDR photography, and of course the darkest exposures give me the tones I need for protecting the highlights.



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