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Thursday, February 23, 2017

What do you see?

The Makgadikgadi Pan,
 a salt pan situated in the middle of the dry savanna of north-eastern Botswana, is one of the largest salt flats in the world


in response to Paula's Thursday's Special - FOCUS
We all want our images to be tack sharp and in focus, but there are situations when we prefer to have some parts of the image in blur i.e. out of focus to better isolate the subject we want to focus on.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017


in response to Leanne's Monochrome Madness 3-44



in response to Sue's image-in-ing


Tuesdays of TEXTURE

in response to Narami's Tuesdays of TEXTURE

Looking down at things

Sydney, Australia

Traces of the Past

in response to Paula's B&W Sunday - TRACES OF THE PAST

Ballestas Islands, Peru

The Paracas Candelabra is a well-known prehistoric geoglyph found on the northern face of the Paracas Peninsula at Pisco Bay in Peru. Pottery found nearby has been radio carbon dated to 200 BC, the time of the Paracas culture. The design is cut two feet into the soil, with stones possibly from a later date placed around it. The figure is 181 m tall, large enough to be seen 12 miles at sea.