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#sunset #dusk #countryside #skyscape #clouds #water #ruralphotography

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sunset sky
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Gone away

Gone away

Cenotaph in Rajasthan, India at sunset.

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port dalhousie yacht club - last ice

port dalhousie yacht club - last ice

located near st. catharines, ontario, this is the last of the lake ice in the dalhousie yacht club

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Pines at the End of the Day
Lone Tree at Sunset

Lone Tree at Sunset

7056 - In a field in Smithfield, VA

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South Mole Sunset

South Mole Sunset

With the construction of the Fremantle Harbour, there was a corresponding development in the installation of permanent lights. As the Arthur Head was being demolished to make way for the Arthur Head Battery, the stone was immediately used to build the groynes to protect the harbour entrance. Initially, the North Mole was constructed to a length that offered sufficient protection for the construction of the South Mole, which was then the first to be ready for the installation of its light tower. Two identical cast iron towers, designed by C.Y. O'Connor, had already arrived in 1902. The South Mole light was lit in 1903, and immediately problems were noted. The Dioptric white occulting light of the four order was too powerful and caused confusion with the Woodman Point Leading Light, both of which were visible beyond Rottnest. The solution was to install a fixed green light on the South Mole. The North Mole light which had previously displayed a green light, would henceforth carry a fixed red light.

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Dramatic Sky

Dramatic Sky

Leighton Beach (WA 836) is a popular beach for people living south of the river. It is the home of the Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club and covers a 1.5 km stretch of coastline. The northern section is also called Mosman Beach. Waves average about 1 m and occasional rips continue up to the rocks at Mosmans. There are beach breaks along here during higher swell.During the winter months Leighton and the surrounding area is popular among kite surfers. The northern section is home to a dog beach and is a popular section to snorkel during summer.The Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club has been patrolling Leighton beach since 1935, and also maintains the annex and patrol tower overlooking Port Beach.A separate Port Surf Life Saving Club operated at Port Beach between 1958 and 1976, when it was amalgamated with Fremantle SLSC, with the watchtower continuing to provide lifesaving services.Leighton Beach has a large car park around the surf club, which is flanked by a kiosk and changing rooms, with more car parks north of the surf club.

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Dramatic Sky

Dramatic Sky

Leighton Beach (WA 836) is a popular beach for people living south of the river. It is the home of the Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club and covers a 1.5 km stretch of coastline. The northern section is also called Mosman Beach. Waves average about 1 m and occasional rips continue up to the rocks at Mosmans. There are beach breaks along here during higher swell.During the winter months Leighton and the surrounding area is popular among kite surfers. The northern section is home to a dog beach and is a popular section to snorkel during summer.The Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club has been patrolling Leighton beach since 1935, and also maintains the annex and patrol tower overlooking Port Beach.A separate Port Surf Life Saving Club operated at Port Beach between 1958 and 1976, when it was amalgamated with Fremantle SLSC, with the watchtower continuing to provide lifesaving services.Leighton Beach has a large car park around the surf club, which is flanked by a kiosk and changing rooms, with more car parks north of the surf club.

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Dramatic Sky

Dramatic Sky

Leighton Beach (WA 836) is a popular beach for people living south of the river. It is the home of the Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club and covers a 1.5 km stretch of coastline. The northern section is also called Mosman Beach. Waves average about 1 m and occasional rips continue up to the rocks at Mosmans. There are beach breaks along here during higher swell.During the winter months Leighton and the surrounding area is popular among kite surfers. The northern section is home to a dog beach and is a popular section to snorkel during summer.The Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club has been patrolling Leighton beach since 1935, and also maintains the annex and patrol tower overlooking Port Beach.A separate Port Surf Life Saving Club operated at Port Beach between 1958 and 1976, when it was amalgamated with Fremantle SLSC, with the watchtower continuing to provide lifesaving services.Leighton Beach has a large car park around the surf club, which is flanked by a kiosk and changing rooms, with more car parks north of the surf club.

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Dramatic Sky

Dramatic Sky

The Swan River is a river in the south west of Western Australia. Its Aboriginal Noongar name is the Derbarl Yerrigan.[2][3][4] The river runs through the metropolitan area of Perth, Western Australia's capital and largest city. The Swan River estuary flows through the city of Perth. Its lower reaches are relatively wide and deep, with few constrictions, while the upper reaches are usually quite narrow and shallow. The Swan River drains the Avon and coastal plain catchments, which have a total area of about 121,000 square kilometres (47,000 sq mi). It has three major tributaries, the Avon River, Canning River and Helena River. The latter two have dams (Canning Dam and Mundaring Weir) which provide a sizeable part of the potable water requirements for Perth and the regions surrounding. The Avon River contributes the majority of the freshwater flow. The climate of the catchment is Mediterranean, with mild wet winters, hot dry summers, and the associated highly seasonal rainfall and flow regime. The Avon rises near Yealering, 221 kilometres (137 mi) southeast of Perth: it meanders north-northwest to Toodyay about 90 kilometres (56 mi) northeast of Perth, then turns southwest in Walyunga National Park – at the confluence of the Wooroloo Brook, it becomes the Swan River. The Canning River rises not far from North Bannister, 100 kilometres (62 mi) southeast of Perth and joins the Swan at Applecross, opening into Melville Water. The river then narrows into Blackwall Reach, a narrow and deep stretch leading the river through Fremantle Harbour to the sea. The Noongar people believe that the Darling Scarp represents the body of a Wagyl (also spelt Waugal) – a snakelike being from Dreamtime that meandered over the land creating rivers, waterways and lakes. It is thought that the Wagyl/Waugal created the Swan River. The estuary is subject to a microtidal regime, with a maximum tidal amplitude of about 1 metre (3 ft 3 in), although water levels are also subject to barometric pressure fluctuations.

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Valley Fog

Valley Fog

Once the apple growing centre of the state, Bridgetown-Greenbushes is now famous for scenic drives, forests, starry nights, and the longest continually flowing river in the state, the might Blackwood.. . Whether you want to stay on a farm and meet the locals, or perhaps a bed and breakfast or self-contained accommodation, the only town in the South-West to be listed by the National Trust as a Heritage Town (2000) combines tranquillity and hospitality with dynamic festivals, arts and craft, music and sporting events.. . Adults escaping to the country can experience the breathtaking views of rolling green hills, early morning mists on the river, heritage buildings, gourmet dining, boutique shops, wines and markets featuring local produce. For a list of accessible businesses in Bridgetown, please click here.. . Families can enjoy the walking trails, canoeing, feeding animals and horse riding or visit the Brierley Jigsaw Gallery (the only gallery of its kind in the southern hemisphere) and the Greenbushes Eco Cultural Discovery Centre for hands-on activities.. . These are just a few of the specialities of this beautiful region - the ideal place to relax and establish a base from which to explore the South-West's myriad attractions. Just three hours' drive from Perth and just over an hour to the Margaret River region.. . There is always something going on here, and the area is well known for its spectacular events such as the Blues at Bridgetown, Festival of Country Gardens, Bridgetown in the Winter Festival, and many more. Please click here to visit our Events page for a listing of what's happening and what's coming up.

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Trees in the Mist

Trees in the Mist

Dinninup is a small town in the South West region of Western Australia. It is between Boyup Brook and Kojonup. The town's name is Aboriginal in origin and is the name of a brook that is situated close to town. First recorded by surveyors in 1877, the meaning of the name is unknown. Originating as a railway station on the Boyup Brook to Kojonup line, early settlers had requested for land to be set aside for a townsite in 1906. The line was completed in 1910 and the Dinninup station was opened at the same time. The town was gazetted in 1915.[1]

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Right Bank

Right Bank

Blackwood River. The river begins at the junction of Arthur River and Balgarup River near Quelarup and travels in a south westerly direction through the town of Bridgetownthen through Nannup until it discharges into the Southern Ocean at Hardy Inlet near the town of Augusta. Hardy Inlet has a number of islands – namely Molloy Island and Thomas Island. The mouth of the river has attracted interest in its various points of opening and closing over the last 100 years, Duke Head at the west side being a benchmark location for the shifting mouth. The river has 41 tributaries including Dinninup Brook, Balingup Brook, St John Brook, Boyup Brook, Tweed River, Ti Tree Gully, Christmas Creek and Tanjannerup Creek.[1] Augusta is a town on the south-west coast of Western Australia, where the Blackwood River emerges into Flinders Bay. It is the nearest town to Cape Leeuwin, on the furthest southwest corner of the Australian continent. In the 2001 census it had a population of 1,091; by 2011 the population of the town was 1,292 (excluding East Augusta). The town is within the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River local government area, and is in the Leeuwin Ward. It is connected by public transport to Perth via Transwa coach service SW1. Augusta was a summer holiday town for many during most of the twentieth century, but late in the 1990s many people chose to retire to the region for its cooler weather. As a consequence of this and rising land values in the Augusta-Margaret River area, the region has experienced significant social change.

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Jetty Sunset

Jetty Sunset

The Canning River (Djarlgarra in Nyungar)[2][3] is a major tributary of the Swan River in south western Western Australia. With headwaters on the Darling Scarp, the Canning meanders through suburbs of Perth on the Swan Coastal Plain, including Cannington, Thornlie, Riverton, Shelley, Rossmoyne and Mount Pleasant, before joining the Swan at Melville Water just downstream of the Canning Bridge.[4] Bridges[edit] • Canning Bridge • Mount Henry Bridge • Shelley Bridge • Riverton Bridge • Kent Street Weir Bridge • Greenfield Street Bridge • Canning River Downstream Bridge • Canning River Upstream Bridge • Djarlgarra Bridge Easthbound • Djarlgarra Bridge Westbound • unnamed railway bridge • Royal Street Bridge • unnamed pedestrian bridge • Burslem Bridge • unnamed railway bridge • Jenna Biddi Footbridge • unnamed railway bridge • unnamed pedestrian bridge • Cargeeg Bridge • unnamed road bridge • Manning Road Footbridge Points[edit] • Coffee Point (east of Point Heathcote on the Swan River) • Deepwater Point (on western shore in Mount Pleasant) • Salter Point (very narrow part of river between Salter Point suburb on north side, Rossmoyne/Shelley border on south) • Prisoner Point (south shore in Shelley suburb, east of Shelley Beach) • Wadjup Point (north west of Shelley Bridge) History[edit] The first European contact was in 1801[5] when a French exploring party spotted the mouth. The crew subsequently named the mouth Entrée Moreau[5] after Charles Moreau, a midshipman with the party. The Canning River received its contemporary name in 1827 when Captain James Stirling aboard HMS Success following an examination of the region in March 1827 named the river after George Canning,[5] an eminent British statesman who was Prime Minister of Great Britain at the time and whose government facilitated the funds for the expedition. In November 1829, just five months after the founding of the Swan River Colony in Western Australia, an exploring party led by now Governor James Stirling chose a site for a new town named Kelmscott[6] on the banks of the Canning River. Convicts[edit] Convicts partly constructed and maintained the Canning River Convict Fence.[7][8][9][10][11] This structure is still a notable landmark to this day. It was built primarily for the use of barges carrying timber from Mason's Timber Mill in the Darling Ranges. Part of the Convict Fence in Canning River between Shelley Foreshore Reserve and Salter Point. The river is home to much wildlife including dolphins, pelicans, swans and many other bird species.

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Fayetville Sunset

Fayetville Sunset

Louisburg is a town in Franklin County, North Carolina, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 3,359. It is the county seat of Franklin County.[4] The town is located about 29 miles northeast from the state's capital Raleigh, North Carolina, and located about 31 miles south from the Virginia border line. It is also the home of Louisburg College, the oldest two-year coeducational college in the United States, and of one of the campuses of Vance-Granville Community College.

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Jet Lagged Sunrise

Jet Lagged Sunrise

Clear Lake City is a master-planned community located in southeast Harris County, Texas, within the Bay Area of Greater Houston. It is the second-largest master-planned community in Houston — behind Kingwood.[citation needed] The majority of the community lies in the corporate limits of Houston, while a northern portion is in the city limits of Pasadena and a small eastern portion within the city limits of Taylor Lake Village.[2] The community is adjacent to NASA's Johnson Space Center, as well as other major aerospace companies—including Boeing and Lockheed-Martin. The community and its adjacent areas have a high concentration of engineers due to both NASA and the local petrochemical and biomedical industries.

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Quy Mill Sunset

Quy Mill Sunset

Just outside Cambridge, off the A14 road, Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge, BW Premier Collection has an AA 4 Silver Star Rated restaurant and ale bar. In a historical building, the hotel has scenic gardens and a health club. The cosy bedrooms at Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge, BW Premier Collection each have tea/coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi and a TV with satellite channels. All rooms are elegantly decorated, and some have four-poster beds and garden views. Set in a Grade II listed former watermill, Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge, BW Premier Collection features a modern fitness centre with a fully equipped gym, sauna, hot tub, steam room and indoor swimming pool. Award-winning breakfast is served daily, and The Mill House Restaurant serves 2 AA Rosette awarded cuisine and fine world wines. Guests can also dine in the bright and airy Orangery or cosy Celtic Bar, serving over 40 whiskies and a range of real ales. Situated in Stow-cum-Quy, Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge, BW Premier Collection is just a 10-minute drive from Cambridge centre and famous University Colleges. The Grand Arcade Shopping Centre can be reached in 15 minutes’ drive.

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Stormy Singapore Approach

Stormy Singapore Approach

In meteorology, a cloud is an aerosol consisting of a visible mass of minute liquid droplets, frozen crystals, or other particles suspended in the atmosphere of a planetary body.[1] Water or various other chemicals may compose the droplets and crystals. On Earth, clouds are formed as a result of saturation of the air when it is cooled to its dew point, or when it gains sufficient moisture (usually in the form of water vapor) from an adjacent source to raise the dew point to the ambient temperature. They are seen in the Earth's homosphere (which includes the troposphere, stratosphere, and mesosphere). Nephology is the science of clouds, which is undertaken in the cloud physics branch of meteorology. There are two methods of naming clouds in their respective layers of the atmosphere; Latin and common. Cloud types in the troposphere, the atmospheric layer closest to Earth's surface, have Latin names due to the universal adaptation of Luke Howard's nomenclature. Formally proposed in 1802, it became the basis of a modern international system that divides clouds into five physical forms that appear in any or all of three altitude levels (formerly known as étages). These physical types, in approximate ascending order of convective activity, include stratiform sheets, cirriform wisps and patches, stratocumuliform layers (mainly structured as rolls, ripples, and patches), cumuliform heaps, and very large cumulonimbiform heaps that often show complex structure. The physical forms are divided by altitude level into ten basic genus-types. The Latin names for applicable high-level genera carry a cirro- prefix, and an alto- prefix is added to the names of the mid-level genus-types. Most of the genera can be subdivided into species and further subdivided into varieties. Very low stratiform clouds that extend down to the Earth's surface are given the common names fog and mist, but have no Latin names. Several clouds that form higher up in the stratosphere and mesosphere have common names for their main types. They are seen infrequently, mostly in the polar regions of Earth. Clouds have been observed in the atmospheres of other planets and moons in the Solar System and beyond. However, due to their different temperature characteristics, they are often composed of other substances such as methane, ammonia, and sulfuric acid as well as water. Taken as a whole, homospheric clouds can be cross-classified by form and level to derive the ten tropospheric genera, the fog and mist that forms at surface level, and several additional major types above the troposphere. The cumulus genus includes three species that indicate vertical size. Clouds with sufficient vertical extent to occupy more than one altitude level are officially classified as low- or mid-level according to the altitude range at which each initially forms. However they are also more informally classified as multi-level or vertical.

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The Canning River (Djarlgarra in Nyungar)[2][3] is a major tributary of the Swan River in south western Western Australia. With headwaters on the Darling Scarp, the Canning meanders through suburbs of Perth on the Swan Coastal Plain, including Cannington, Thornlie, Riverton, Shelley, Rossmoyne and Mount Pleasant, before joining the Swan at Melville Water just downstream of the Canning Bridge.[4] Bridges[edit] • Canning Bridge • Mount Henry Bridge • Shelley Bridge • Riverton Bridge • Kent Street Weir Bridge • Greenfield Street Bridge • Canning River Downstream Bridge • Canning River Upstream Bridge • Djarlgarra Bridge Easthbound • Djarlgarra Bridge Westbound • unnamed railway bridge • Royal Street Bridge • unnamed pedestrian bridge • Burslem Bridge • unnamed railway bridge • Jenna Biddi Footbridge • unnamed railway bridge • unnamed pedestrian bridge • Cargeeg Bridge • unnamed road bridge • Manning Road Footbridge Points[edit] • Coffee Point (east of Point Heathcote on the Swan River) • Deepwater Point (on western shore in Mount Pleasant) • Salter Point (very narrow part of river between Salter Point suburb on north side, Rossmoyne/Shelley border on south) • Prisoner Point (south shore in Shelley suburb, east of Shelley Beach) • Wadjup Point (north west of Shelley Bridge) History[edit] The first European contact was in 1801[5] when a French exploring party spotted the mouth. The crew subsequently named the mouth Entrée Moreau[5] after Charles Moreau, a midshipman with the party. The Canning River received its contemporary name in 1827 when Captain James Stirling aboard HMS Success following an examination of the region in March 1827 named the river after George Canning,[5] an eminent British statesman who was Prime Minister of Great Britain at the time and whose government facilitated the funds for the expedition. In November 1829, just five months after the founding of the Swan River Colony in Western Australia, an exploring party led by now Governor James Stirling chose a site for a new town named Kelmscott[6] on the banks of the Canning River. Convicts[edit] Convicts partly constructed and maintained the Canning River Convict Fence.[7][8][9][10][11] This structure is still a notable landmark to this day. It was built primarily for the use of barges carrying timber from Mason's Timber Mill in the Darling Ranges. Part of the Convict Fence in Canning River between Shelley Foreshore Reserve and Salter Point. The river is home to much wildlife including dolphins, pelicans, swans and many other bird species.

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Time Is the Fire In Which We Burn

Time Is the Fire In Which We Burn

I heard this line being quoted in the show True Detective and it has resonated with me since that time. I have been waiting for the right image to use it. As you can tell, I’ve been shooting quite a bit lately as I was on Spring Break (technically on vacation). Part of the week was in SoCal while the other was back home in KC. This was taken in Oceanside, CA during one of those glorious sunsets those lucky individuals get to see so often. I’m drawn to piers that go deep into the ocean or at least appear to. The sky was one part burning orange and other part sun yellow. The surfers were still out catching waves but my eyes were fixed on the last bit of light. I try to soak every last minute of time when I'm on the coast because no one is promised a tomorrow. Here is an excerpt from the poem... Delmore Schwartz -- "What will become of you and me Besides the photo and the memory? This is the school in which we learn, That time is the fire in which we burn.” Mike D.

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Payless Gas Station No3 Sunset II