Beauty in simplicity. Nice shot K@rin.
Greetings from Hobart, Tasmania.
Your fungi collection is fabulous Willy. In my younger days we were always out and about admiring nature, or if the weather wasn't good enough we would be reading about it in " Weer en Wind" of " De Wandelaar", but I don't remember ever seeing such a great variety of fungi or toadstools.
a fairy tale. YSL
Unique taste, very beautiful pictures! hongwei
Thank you all my friends for your very kind words in your comments and like 529 + fav 152 !!!
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Warm Greetings to you all! Enrico
Jim van Ommen on December 11
I've often wondered are these really sheep tracks ? If they are I take my hat off to them for such accurate contouring. But I've just found out this is only half the truth. The tracks are formed by what they call "Terracettes" due to seasonal soil creep and then subsequent trampling by livestock exacerbates the track formation and unfortunately erosion.
Great picture Jos, I love this colourful scene and how it contrasts with the corduroy landscape in front of it. What is the yellow crop by the way? mustard, rape or canola?
Greetings, Jim van Ommen, Hobart, Tasmania.
When you love Pipe Organ music as much as I do, a day at the keyboard of this magnificent instrument in this natural setting makes a different man out of you. The echoes that come and go make the whole place come alive with music and then when you pull the Diapason and Tuba stops the reverberations literally lift you off your seat.
ps. Please pull the waterproof cover back over when you're finished.
Or is it intrigue; the drawing power of repetitive simplicity that converges into infinity? Why is it that parallel lines merge in the distance, why don’t they stay the same distance apart all the way?
Just a thought....
if the parallel lines that appear to be not parallel and meet each other at the horizon, would it be a reasonable assumption that these lines being straight lines must cross over each other at the other side of the horizon and instead of the track becoming narrower, it would be getting wider? Is this a new perspective, the beginning of a new reality?
" Beyond the sunset "
That panorama on the other side.....that "no eye has seen"
thanks GALLOELPRIMO for "L+FAV" on this macro ;MARIE-FRANCE