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I don’t know how widespread it is, but where I went to school, trying to catch a ginkgo leaf as it fell was a tradition—supposedly to bring you good luck. On the day the ginkgo on campus decided to give up all of its
this is great! really quite beautiful! The only change(s) I’d make, however, are that the birds almost look like glitchy artifacts (especially at a smaller size) and the area where the trees have been trimmed (or removed?) for the powerlines is a bit distracting
My window gets horrible morning sun. I wake up every morning at 8 no matter what time because the curtains don’t block shit and the light wakes me.
I see this every day, you know why?!? BECAUSE I STILL HAVE WINDOWS XP AND I HATE ITS FUCKING GUTS.
Should have done a little more detective work, I found this original and untouched image in less than 5 minutes: http://www.travelingtotally.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/smugglers-notch.jpg In fact, Im 99% sure this is the source image. God knows why anyone would downsample it so much, and then modify it
**CORRECTION:** I just realised that this photo is not of [White Birch](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betula_papyrifera), rather it’s [Large-tooth Aspen](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Populus_grandidentata). Sorry for the mix-up!
Great pics! I lived there over 20 years ago and since I was new to the area, I never knew the wonder that is HITS. I really feel like I missed something special. I did experience a flood though, since they happen there so
Monks would plant the Ginkgo tree in their temples to prevent being taken over by warring tribes. The potential intruder would smell the stench of the Ginkgo and decide to take over something less smelly. Once planted it was impossible to remove due to
I love the colors Burien gets. So many older neighborhoods with mature trees, it makes me so happy to just drive around when the colors start to change.
These are beautiful, especially bottom left and the rightmost one on the top. I’m about two hours east of you, and we’re pretty green but our maples are just starting to turn, and we’re getting a *lot* of mottling like in the bottom right.
It’s pretty long, but here’s an accessible part of it – [map](https://www.google.ca/maps/place/43%C2%B018’21.2%22N+79%C2%B051’[email protected],-79.863107,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x0)
I was there this summer and I loved it. I want to visit again, hopefully soon, with my boyfriend 🙂
It’s that moment when you come home in the afternoon, after a long day and you have nothing on your schedule. The rains starts pouring down outside and you are sitting safely and dry inside your house with a cup of coffee, looking out
Well I live in Andover/Byram which is RIGHT into sussex county. My boyfriend works in Morristown so it’s not too far. But There are a lot of hiking trails around here that are really pretty (leaves are starting to fall however) They are called
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clipping_(photography) It means the darker areas lack tonal range. Like you “clipped” off the dark end of the histogram and made everything from that point down black. Not necessarily a bad thing, as it can be used for effect like in this photo. It’s
Actually, in this case post would have achived the same thing. But, sometimes it makes sense. To Expand Focus when shooting Macro or just selective focus thigies like this one: http://imgur.com/MjipKww I use a tilt adapter M42 – E-mount, so no expensive Canon TS/E
I thought, there’s no mountains like that in my state. Then I realised this is in USA.
What a beautiful picture. I was supposed to leave yesterday morning for a motorcycle trip to Great Smoky Mountain NP from Maryland, via Skyline Drive and the BRP. Unfortunately work seems to have gotten in the way, again :*( I will stare at your
Ooooh, that’s super eerie. I can feel the damp smell of the forest and hear the death and decay coming. A great pic overall!
I actually live in Middle, but travel to East fairly often. There are a lot of things I dislike about TN but the scenery will never be one of them.
This is one of my favorite places in SoCal, you don’t get much of a Fall here unless you drive up into the mountains. It’s awesome.
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Much nicer. Still oversaturated though. I don’t understand the appeal of gilding a lily, but it seems pretty popular.