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N 1.9K B 74.5K C 142 E Oct 18, 2020 F Oct 21, 2020
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Hello friends,
You will never guess where this picture was taken...As I let on in my last posts, I have since moved from Colorado and have been spent the last almost three months settling into our new home in - Texas. However this image was not taken in the beautiful Texas land but in Broken Bow Oklahoma! Autumn has thrown me a whole new curve ball being out of my normal realm in Colorado. The autumn here is very different ha! We made the drive to Broken Bow and were greeted by beautiful colors in and around the Beavers Bend State Park. Well worth the drive. I hope to get up through Arkansas soon as that is only a 4-5 hour drive from me but not sure it will all work out yet. This year has been full of surprises (much like yours I'm sure) I feel as though I have been trucking along just trying to get through one day at a time and then one day I looked up and realized the year was almost over. How can that be? I've never went without posting so little in the Autumn... but then again I've never been through a year like this one ;) I can't and won't complain however - my family and I are in good health and have stayed safe over the last several months and that is all that is most important to me. My landscape photography all but almost ebbed away this year between the birth of my daughter in March and the madness that ensued shortly afterwards. I hope you all have stayed safe and healthy. Upon logging into Flickr my eyes were overwhelmed with loads of beautiful jaw dropping Autumn pictures. I almost didn't post ha! Hopefully at least a few of you haven't forgotten about me but I understand if you have.
Sending much love your way to those who take the time to stop and read. Have a wonderful rest of your week (and Autumn!)
Much love always,
Rachel

Tags:   Autumn fall Oklahoma Broken Bow golden red fall colors Rachel Brokaw photography miss.interpretations East Texas Photographer Canon 135 mm

N 1.1K B 73.0K C 52 E Oct 21, 2020 F Oct 22, 2020
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I am back at this beautiful beach.
This is where I shot my first picture that got more than 100k views on Flickr and that I am still very proud of:
www.flickr.com/photos/fabianf_/35709442444/

Tags:   norway vacation roadtrip lofoten norge autumn sunset outdoor nature mountain uttakleiv beach snow

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Sunrise in Malhamdale - A new day dawns at Eshton as the sun just crests the horizon beyond the quirky little copse of trees nestling in the Yorkshire Dales countryside. Sunrise in Malhamdale; God's own county, amply portrayed as the landscape floods with light and the dawn clouds fill with colour.

Eshton, Yorkshire Dales National Park, God's own country

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Tags:   sunrise God's own country dawn shadow shadows atmospheric first light tree grass field meadow Yorkshire daybreak Eshton Airton Gargrave Malham Malhamdale copse clump United Kingdom Great Britain landscape images@twiston Yorkshire Dales silhouette coppice trees North Yorkshire National Park NiSi nisifilters GND reverse grad neutral density

N 1.4K B 53.2K C 115 E Dec 28, 2013 F Oct 23, 2020
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In Explore No. 4 :-)

I apologize for being absent with my comments. I have fallen behind although I have tried to keep up with faves on the amazing images I see in my newsfeed. I will try to be better this week. :)

Have a great weekend you all & staysafe 👍💕


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"... its appearance when seen on foot is one of strength and activity. Owing to its shy and retiring habits, it is seldom seen, but, if the observer lies concealed near some open place in the bog, he may catch a glimpse of it as it comes out to feed, stepping daintily over the bog, flirting its short tail up and down or spreading it out in display, and nodding its head back and forth with a graceful dovelike motion. Its toes are so long and its body is so light that it is easily supported on the lily pads or on a few floating reeds. It takes long steps when walking, but when running its tracks may be a foot apart. If alarmed by a sudden movement or sound, it runs to cover with lowered head and outstretched neck and with wings and plumage closely pressed against the narrowed body, as it slips out of sight in the narrow aisles between the reeds."
birdsbybent.com

Tags:   Ken Malloy Harbor Park sora birding without W9 Porzana carolina Polluela Sora Marouette de Caroline shy bird pekabo90401 southern california birds Bird watching Bird watching Los Angeles


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