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Photos taken on my HTC Desire and Olympus E-1 mostly taken while walking my 10 year old rescued greyhound, Tim.

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And then on the way home from the beach we encountered the swans on the boating lake.
21st Jun 2009, 23:58   | tags:,,,


Caine says:

Oh, what a fabulous scene. Beautiful shots.

22nd Jun 2009, 00:56

cariadus says:

Thanks both. AF, I thought that too.

And thanks for the HL. Three HLs in one day - woohoo!

I'm off to bed now...

22nd Jun 2009, 01:09

JokerXL says:

These are fabulous!

22nd Jun 2009, 05:01

Twiglet says:

Yay! cariadus is the Highlight king!!

22nd Jun 2009, 06:48

cariadus says:

Joker, thanks!

Twiglet, and all three out of one dog walk yesterday evening!

22nd Jun 2009, 07:43

ohh yeaa, second one for water jewels and classic coy swan look :)

22nd Jun 2009, 10:14

cariadus says:

mysocalledmoblog, they do have a coy look about them, don't they? I think he was just checking if I had any food, though...

22nd Jun 2009, 11:34

cariadus says:

By the way, I don't know why there's a green streak in the sky in the first and last photos.

22nd Jun 2009, 11:37

Anonymous says:

The second one is the charm for me.

22nd Jun 2009, 11:41

nige says:

That was me :)

22nd Jun 2009, 11:42

cariadus says:

Thanks, Nige :)

22nd Jun 2009, 13:23

hildegard says:

Them's purdy. :)

Your green streak's a "rayon vert" - an atmospheric effect sometimes visible at sunset. By the sea is the best place to get a chance of seeing one, so keep an eye out for more, you lucky dogwalker. Do recommend the Eric Rohmer film, le Rayon Vert if you have any stomach for french cinéastes.

If you want to read up on the layered atmosphere, Descartes' law of refraction & sundry other explanatory details, you'll find plenty in english under "green flash" or "green ray".

23rd Jun 2009, 04:03

cariadus says:

hildegard, that's interesting, many thanks.

23rd Jun 2009, 11:58

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