I was browsing through photos of Maryland when I saw this photo, and specifically joined TN so that I could let you know that it looks suspiciously like the roundworms that appeared tonight on an episode of "House." The worms had turned up in a boy who ate sand from his sandbox, originating from a raccoon that had used the boy's sandbox as a litter box.
If this is an accurate identification, it is quite a coincidence that I came across your photo.
Hallo traction photo is good has good detail ,composition!
Prise de vue de loin plus originale qu'un lever de soleil.
Belle symétrie et jolies couleurs.
This will be just my comment for the "cultivated plants" subject.
It was discussed so many times that it really surprises me. TN is not a place for cultivated plants. End of story.
When you start TN account you agree to the Terms of Service. You know there are rules and you agree to abide them. So why after a while you are trying to go behind rules?
There is a good way to go out from this situation. It is called TrekLens :-)
I'm sure people there will appreciate the beautiful pictures with spectacular lighting and you won't be frustrated anymore because you can post almost every kind of pictures there :-)
Brian like this shot! I especially like your Cedar Swirl photo too. Since you like grape hyacinths I will post one tomorrow I did, if you want to check it out. At 64 yrs. old I have trouble with belly shots! Not so much getting down, but getting up!
Thats a fine abstract. Nice colours and nice take.
not sure what the flowers are but i do like the B/W format.
nice one dude :-)
Interesting view, I like it.
1st of all welcome to TN...and wow thank you for adding me to your favorites!! The composition is very nice, the colours, shapen... but I find the black framing a little bit distracting. Best regards!