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Mostly photography, with the occasional philosophical contemplation

A Falkirk Bath

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My entry for this week’s monochrome madness as hosted by Leanne Cole

You can see the entire collection from tomorrow at http://leannecole.com.au/blog

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Whitsundays

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Pristine beauty at the Whitsunday Islands near the coast of Queensland

Pathway to Plitvice

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Plitvice is an amazing natural park in Croatia. Full of spectacular waterfalls and pristine water, it is a delight to walk through even if you have to share it with many thousand others πŸ™‚
The park contains lots of well maintained pathways such as the boardwalk you can see here. The light shines through the trees and penetrates the water to reveal the colors hidden up until then. What a marvel to behold πŸ™‚

Painting the Church

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The famous Dutch painter Piet Mondriaan celebrated his 144th birthday. Well, he didn’t but the people in our city did. The villa where he used to live in his younger days is now a pretty cool museum and they’ve organized a lot of activities surrounding the birthday of the painter. He’s famous for using colored squares with certain angles, very interesting to see. And as a treat, they’ve painted the local church with a video projection.Β  If you’re interested in the entire projection, check out this link
Warning: Vertical video syndrome! πŸ™‚

And here are some shots to give you an impression how it looked!

Clouds over Stonehenge

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Posted this one before as a cut-out, but wanted to show you guys the full picture too since the clouds looked fantastic on that lovely sunny day in September.. Ofcourse, the picture is taken at Stonehenge!

Photo # 500 – I guess..

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Well.. it is my estimation that this could very well be the #500 photograph i post here on the blog. Don’t to make a big deal out of it, since it’s the love of photography and sharing that makes this blog special to me. So just want to share a photo of Stonehenge, a special place to me. I must admit i kinda expect something magnificient to happen if i would visit Stonehenge, but it was totally different from what i’d expected. This picture shows a bit what i mean. It is way more touristic than i expected it to be lol.. lets just call that naivety πŸ˜›

I’d like to thank all of you who visit this blog! It has been good to see that people like what i like and i’ve seen some great blogs here on wordpress. To be a part of that is the real reward πŸ™‚