Ema, June 3, 2018 in Let's talk about pics
Liverpool sunset. I had a lot of fun photographing the stunning architecture in the city.
Pronghorn doe with triplet fawns nursing. Twins are common, triplets rare.
Pronghorn doe with triplet fawns running away from camera
Elk (wapiti) cow with three calves
Pirate outside the Harbour Masters Office.
Building barricades in Jinotega, Nicaragua to defend a neighborhood against political opponents.
Well, Ed's ruled out Porto, but I don't think Jinotega is on his list. Level road surfaces are a basic requirement.
I rather liked this image taken today
Not exactly sure what "newest image" means, but here are a couple of recent ones from Italian Day 2018 celebrations in Vancouver, Canada:
Detail of oldest living spanish fir, (abies pinsapo) Sierra de las nieves, Malaga, Spain
I know its summer in England and we are expecting 30 degrees over the next few days, I just reminder the you of the winter snap we had in the spring. So if you are feeling hot and bothered this may help.
Summer Solstice sunrise over a stone circle in Ireland.
It's cruise ship time in Vancouver (Alaska bound).
This vehicle just left an Apple parking lot in Silicon Valley.
Cairn at the northernmost point in Australia. Cape York Peninsula, Queensland.
This place is closer to Papua New Guinea than any other Australian town.
Paige Ridout, Pole Vaulter.
A new auto dealer uses a gimmick of a car "vending machine" to attract customers!
FIFA World Cup Vienna, Austria 26 June 2018 A funny window display in a bakery window in Vienna
Vienna, Austria 26 June 2018 A Mini Cooper Countryman S E ALL4 plug-in hybrid with a camping pop up tent on the roof on display at MuseumsQuartier in Vienna.
Someone's getting around.
Boy buying an ice cream
Northern Lapwing chick
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