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Sea strings & things

10 minutes ago

📍Gargagnago, Valpolicella 🌳 Here we produce che amazing Amarone 🍷

13 minutes ago

Air Cooled ❄🌬

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Where this fog cover is, there is supposed to be a bewitching view of Mt. Adams. We drive up there at 6pm Friday night, checked the forecast and it was supposed to be crystal clear. The whole drive up we were getting so excited for the impending Astrophotography we were going to try and capture.... we got up there at 9:30 and within minutesit seemed like the fog just piled on top of us, making for no stars to be seen and a foggy blocked view over the lake. But I made the best of it and snapped a few shots of the lake with this little pontoon boat. Anyway... HAPPY FATHERS DAY to all the kick ass dads out there ❤️ . . . #HappyFathersDay #LandscapeLovers #BeautifulLandscape #Viewpoint #NakedPlanet #LandscapeHunter #Sky_Captures #ScenicView #Cloudscape #SkyScape #Mountains #LandscapeShot #Landscape_Specialist #Splendid_Earth #Outdoors #Earthpix #DiscoverLandscape #AwesomeGlobe #IGRefined #Earthescope   #travelworldhour

16 minutes ago

Il Lago di Lavarone, tanto amato da Sigmund Freud

16 minutes ago

The awesome Capture the Atlas website has just released an article with the 25 most inspiring Milky Way pictures, and it's an honor to see one of my Brihuega lavender fields images being featured among such incredible artworks from so many world class photographers! . Congratulations to all the other photographers Olli Sorvari, Jheison Huerta, Fabio Antenore, Arpan Das, Isabella Tabacchi, Nico Rinaldi, Joshua Snow, Julio Castro, Mike Sanchez, Mauro Cirigliano, Derek Sturman, Giulio Cobianchi, Candace Dyar, Wayne Pinkston, Jess Santos, Pablo Ruiz, Alessandro Cantarelli, Ross Schram VH, Ignacio Municio, Sandra Metzbauer, Efrén Yanes, Camilo Jaramillo, Jose D Riquelme, Riccardo Masut ! . My photo caption: "The Tail of The Goddess" | Brihuega Lavender Fields, Spain | According to "Enuma Elish", the Babylonian creation myth of the Universe, the tail of the goddess Tiamat was bent up by Marduk, during the beginning of times, to form the Milky Way. This fascinating and elusive bright band of stars and other cosmic elements, exclusively visible with the naked eye in extremely dark regions, has captured the imagination of mankind for centuries. The details of the Milky Way are not easy to see if conditions are not perfect, but fortunately we have the magic of light gathering devices at our disposal, showing us the things that exist but which the eye cannot see. Beyond the use of powerful telescopes, which reach the vast unknowns of the Universe, there is also an incredible device at our instant disposal, right here on this planet, which has gained the capacity of being able to show us a part of this hidden cosmos: the photographic camera. During my photo-trip to the Lavender Fields of Brihuega, besides the extensive search for intense sunrises and sunsets, I just had to seize the opportunity and do some sessions of night photography. July is not the perfect month to capture the Milky Way, as its position is considerably high in the sky when it gets dark, but the lavender lines and trees would make a perfect complement to an almost vertical milky way. . Hope you enjoy this experience of extended light gathering, beyond what the eyes can see!

19 minutes ago

3:10 to Yuma

26 minutes ago

Cool old engine 🚂

27 minutes ago

Hakuna Matata - no worries here! Great spot for 🎣 fly fishing.

19 hours ago

Can’t have one without the other