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Orange-tip (m), Asney, Somerset

Was planning an evening trip to Ham Wall, this weather is too good to ignore, however as I was reversing along the lane something caught my eye in the hedge - my first still Orange-tip of the year....which was nice. It seemed to be relatively fresh as it was very still for a while even though the sun was very warm - after a while and some grooming it then became far more mobile. Such a beautiful butterfly, I really like trying to get a back-lit shot with these as the orange just glows in the light.
In tired 'old' flickr I would have been able to add some more in the comments - that you would have been able to see at some semblance of a decent size however thankfully flickr have now done away with that tiresome functionality - so you may have to endure more posts!

Angkor - Tha Prohm


Angkor - Tha Prohm
A differenza della maggior parte dei templi di Ankor, Tha Prohm è stato lasciato, fino a pochi anni fa, nelle stesse condizioni in cui fu scoperto. La strana atmosfera creata dalla combinazione degli alberi che spuntano dalle rovine e la giungla circostante ne hanno fatto uno tra i più popolari e visitati templi di Angkor.

Angkor - Tha Prohm
Unlike most Angkorian temples, Ta Prohm has been left in much the same condition in which it was found: the photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made it one of Angkor's most popular temples with visitors.

Those trees are simply amazing. They look so powerful and also they seem to protect the building with their roots. 

The Tree

The Tree [Explored]

A Juniper growing high over the canyon, Colorado River is 2000 ft below.
Tremendous depth in this image. Great vista. And that amazing tree! It must have been wonderful to be there.

Loch na Gainmhich and the Wailing Widow Falls

Loch na Gainmhich and the Wailing Widow Falls

Glas Bheinn providing the backdrop.
A wonderful scene , superb Dof, that ravine looks so very deep and steep.
What an amazing location. That lake must be high up. Stunning shot.

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