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New photos from old archive photos on a cold overcast winter day.

 

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1 hour ago, Bill Brooks said:

Новые фотографии из старых архивных фотографий в холодный пасмурный зимний день.

 

Глобальное потепление Изменение климата Флаг США курит дымовую трубу парникового газа. Фотография запаса

Глобальное потепление Изменение климата Флаг Великобритании курит дымовую трубу парникового газа. Фотография запаса

 

Artistic urbania!)

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That's "New photos from old archive photos on a cold cloudy winter day" for those of you who flunked Russian back in grade school and/or don't have inline translation.

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8 minutes ago, Brian Yarvin said:

Это «Новые фотографии из старых архивных фотографий в холодный облачный зимний день» для тех из вас, кто завалил русский язык еще в начальной школе и / или не имеет встроенного перевода.

You are very kind sir.

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Thank you, but the real thanks should go to Bill and his very interesting photos.

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New Year's Day Religious Procession in Jinotega, Nicaragua.   

 

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Christmas ice skaters in Vancouver, Canada

 

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ISO 3200, handheld with Sony a6000, just happened to be walking by

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NYE in Cascais, Portugal

 

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St Andrew's Cross Spider (Argiope Keyserlingi) with ladybird beetle prey wrapped up.

 

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Black rhino drinking at a waterhole at night, Etosha National Park, Namibia - taken at ISO 25,600

 

Kumar

 

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Maldon Congregational (now URC) church, Essex.

 Rev. Joseph Billio (as in "like billy-o") preached here.

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Trumpetting my efforts to take pictures of people...

 

Crocodile spotting river cruise

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Bat spotting outside lava tubes

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Very cold, no snow, heavy overcast in Toronto last week. So delve into the archives for elements, and do some photoshopping.

 

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Panoramic view (3 shots) of remains of 12th  century Barnard Castle, in the town of the same name, Teesdale, UK

 

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Martini, shaken not stirred at "Spy Bar" in Hotel Palacio, Estoril, Portugal. Drinking hole of Ian Fleming and other WWII spies.

 

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Encountered a group of people dancing the Lindy Hop on the esplanade in Alicante

 

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Dirleton Castle

 

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Male Mopsus mormon

 

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On 1/8/2019 at 05:55, Doc said:

Black rhino drinking at a waterhole at night, Etosha National Park, Namibia - taken at ISO 25,600

 

Wow, what camera is that Kumar? My D750 is good up to 10 000ISO, after that it breaks down too much.

 

 

Here is my photo that I like from January, a container boat that was in Toronto harbour.front-view-of-the-bulk-carrier-ship-wigeon-in-toronto-harbour-canada-RBJ990.jpg

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Peeing in the snow at 20 below. But never into the wind. A great northern experience.

 

Pissing peeing in the snow on a cold winter day in Canada. Stock Photo

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47 minutes ago, Bill Brooks said:

Peeing in the snow at 20 below. But never into the wind. A great northern experience.

 

Pissing peeing in the snow on a cold winter day in Canada. Stock Photo

Damn!  I have no talent for this.  So obvious, and yet I missed it.

 

Michael

 

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1 hour ago, Bill Brooks said:

Peeing in the snow at 20 below. But never into the wind. A great northern experience.

 

Pissing peeing in the snow on a cold winter day in Canada. Stock Photo

 

Watch out where the huskies go, 
and don't you eat that yellow snow 

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Dead juniper tree at Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah, USA.

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I'm usually able to post pictures in a bigger size than in my last post, I forgot how to do it.

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