Archive for the ‘Landscapes’ Category

Witness to Time

May 20, 2009

Witness-to-time, originally uploaded by mix’s.

It has been months since I last posted anything.  I am going to try to get back into the habit again!  This is Monument Valley, Utah – shot from an aircraft.

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November 19, 2008

Beachlife 2, originally uploaded by cycle.nut66.

Nice idea – like the horizontal lines.

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By Jupiter

August 29, 2008

Jupiter, originally uploaded by Laura Travels.

Big Country

August 13, 2008

Ultima luce, originally uploaded by giancarlo rado.

Nice sense of perspective – larger here.

Night in Ipanema

June 12, 2008

Night in Ipanema, originally uploaded by mistca.


This is what I saw from the top of my Hotel, Sol Ipanema, every night… when it was not raining. A very romantic view. On the rooftop they had a very small bar. So at night I would sit there looking at the majestic sunsets, sip caipirinha maracuja (not caipivodka!) and listen to soft sounds of Bosa Nova… That is a perfect way to end another great beach day in Rio!

The Bends

May 13, 2008

S-Bend (ii), originally uploaded by fjny.

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May 10, 2008

McNaughts Comet Eyre Peninsula South Australia, originally uploaded by john white photos.

Red Forest

April 22, 2008

dripping cyan, originally uploaded by slight clutter.

Nice work – great graphic quality to this image.

Paradise Lost

April 7, 2008

afghanistan, originally uploaded by soldiersmediacenter.

Tag search ‘afghanistan’. Something quite surreal about this one. When I think of Afghanistan, I don’t imagine green fields and grazing cattle.

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365 – A Soldier from Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 1st Squadron, 91st Cavalry Regiment (Airborne), watches cattle run for their lives while a CH-47 helicopter prepares to land on Landing Zone Shetland during Operation Saray Has July 19 near Forward Operating Base Naray, Afghanistan.

The Fisherman

April 4, 2008

the fisherman

The fishman by Miguel Angel de Arriba Cuadrado.

Love the sense of movement in this one – the way the fishing rod is in mid-cast.