All those stars reminded me – it’s nearly September equinox time (it’s becoming more common to no longer refer to vernal/autumnal equinoxes or summer/winter solstices because it gives the wrong impression that it’s the same season simultaneously around the world). The equinox falls on tomorrow, September 23rd at 1:09 pm Sydney time.
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…took me to one of those old posts, and I thought “hey, I miss this idea”, because I usually ended up finding out something interesting as I looked into the backstory behind various intriguing photos.
So many shots taken from plane windows are rather pedestrian, but the mountains silhouettes against the sunrays and the clouds make this one pretty spectacular.
I needed something tranquil after reading about antisocial trends in multi–player gaming forums.
No thumbnail for this, the photographer doesn’t want hir work on people’s blogs.
I reckon the owner of this house/car combo is never seen with a belt that doesn’t match the shoes.
Found in my regular trawl through the WOW! flickr image pool.
I grew up as a bushwalker (hiker/rambler for you foreign types). I’ve never been to somewhere with trees quite like this, but it brings back fond memories of walks through quiet, wild spaces.
The next time I go to the UK and France I’d rather like to do a tour of various stone circles, menhirs, dolmens – any megaliths really – of Britain and Brittany.
I got a good tip from the headphones guy in the hi-fi store last week (who is also a photographer, of course): when travelling, check out a city’s name in the Flickr tags and see what people like to photograph when there: you’ll get a lot more to see than just the tourist bureau picture postcards. What a brilliant idea.
Another photo from the Wow! image pool on Flickr.