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Sumatraanse tijger - Sumatran tiger

A photo I edited with: The Dreaming - Twirl Paint Photoshop Action
More digital art here: Action time!
https://anjawessels.photography/action-time/

CAMERA: Canon EOS 80D/650D
LENS Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro

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Fast and Furious

The end of Google Plus is approaching. It is finished in no time. Let's have fun until the end.

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Grand Canyon

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Simplicity © Holger Nimtz
Müggelsee | Germany | 2019
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When all at once...

Title from the poem "I wandered lonely as a cloud* by William Wordsworth

April 2nd will be the last day of G+, I'll be here 'till the end, but if you want to find me elsewhere you can get in touch via my website or follow me on Instagram.

#googleplussunsetting #gplussunsetting hashtags created by +Ellie Kennard

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The Den of the Nargun, Mitchell Canyon
Celebration: countdown 6

more images: www.SilentTheory.net

In the summer of 1875, with fires raging above the gorge, the explorers Bunjil-Bottle, Turnmile and Howitt stumbled onto this sleeping waterfall.

Escaping the Mitchell Canyon, they climbed up Deadcock Creek until they came to a "wonderfully picturesque and beautiful place" surrounded by steep cliffs. When they arrived, lyrebirds were dancing in front of the cave.

Howitt sat and sketched the fall, while the two Brabrelung men explored the cave behind the fall, full of stalactites, exclaiming "ko-ki" in wonder and talking about the place. It is this conversation that resulted in our present identification of the site.

Turnmile suggested that this would be a great place to set up home. However, Bunjil-Bottle sounded a warning, considering that the cave was a likely haunt of the mysterious creature, the Nargun. In his diary, Howitt attempted to describe some of the beliefs about the Nargun: "...it is like a rock ("wallung"), and is said to be all stone except the breast and arms and bands. It inhabits caverns into which it drags unwary passersby. If you throw a spear or fire at it with a bullet will turn back on you and wound you."


Celebrate: Thank you. To celebrate what we all achieved on G+, i have been publishing the 50 most viewed posts in this collection (with 450m views) until shutdown. As number 6 is similar to another image i shared recently, so, instead, here is a more recent image of a sleeping fall from East Gippsland, just as Bunjil-Bottle, Turnmile and Howitt may have seen it. If you look closely, you too will see the eye of the Nargun.

#CelebrateCountdown (please feel free to use this hashtag to celebrate your own favorite posts)
This platform has been great for photographers and writers. For more Australian photography, please check out my friend +Chris Sutton. Or check the b&w of
+madelene jeffery , the Scottish rambles of +shonie Hutter or the adventures of +Monique Helfrich.

A number of us are packing our bags for a new social media site that Chris has built for us. You are welcome to come join the community of artists and photographer and nice people coming together there:
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Anemone

This poto is part of this blog on my website: Flowers in my house
https://anjawessels.photography/en/flowers-in-my-house/

CAMERA: Canon EOS 80D/650D
LENS: Canon EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II

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Photographing the House

Sydney Opera House, 2016, from a project for the Interpreting the Street Mentorship with +Brian Wood-Koiwa

The good news is that the Mentorships will go on even though G+ is going away, a new website will be launching soon.

My thanks to Robin, Alex, Ron, and Heiko; you made a difference.

+Robin Griggs Wood +Heiko Mahr +Alex Lapidus +Ron Clifford


April 2nd will be the last day of G+, I'll be here 'till the end, but if you want to find me elsewhere you can get in touch via my website or follow me on Instagram.

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Orion

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Macquarie Rivulet artist impression
Celebration: countdown 7

Once Upon a Time
alone in the cold
I feel time stalking
So I pour faster
and say to you

Be my dead love above in starry cold,
dimming as pale light crowds our home.
Raise your sights to my eyes once more.
Hold my breath against a cold night chill.
Feel, from the edge, the shadows shiver,
the ice cracks spread and my heart shatter. "

I hear you say, “You pour too fast; slow down. "

In reply you hear me whisper thin,
“I sing of Artemis, the cold-hearted archer.
I am Mistress of unplanned deaths and wild rainbows,
of commensal cats and lunar cycles. "

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More images: http://www.silenttheory.net

Celebrate: Thank you. To celebrate what we all achieved on G+, i am publishing the 50 most viewed posts in this collection (with 450m views) until shutdown. This is an unreprocessed impression of this fall (7th most viewed).

#CelebrateCountdown (please feel free to use this hashtag to celebrate your own favorite posts)

This platform has been great for photographers and writers. Waterfalls from this Collection were used in a couple of novels, including Twilight of the Gods (P Quinton & CR Bravo, Amazon). This drawing by CR Bravo (copyright 2017) was based on a waterfall a little upstream from Rainbow Falls on Macquarie Rivulet.

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Texas Prairie

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White Desert © Holger Nimtz
Egypt | Analog Photography | 1997
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Freesia

This poto is part of this blog on my website: Flowers in my house
https://anjawessels.photography/en/flowers-in-my-house/

CAMERA: Canon EOS 80D/650D
LENS: Canon EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II

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At the lake © Holger Nimtz
Müggelsee | Germany | 2019
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Fitzroy Falls, Morton National Park
Celebration: countdown 8

Detail of lower plunge, from the West Rim trek. The upper plunge was shrouded in mist. Heavy rain left a slight brown stain in some parts of the fall.

More images: www.silenttheory.net

The upper plunge almost looks like a long exposure shot (it is not), probably a combination of the high flow, the speed of the water near the base and misting. The contrast in internal water flow detail in comparison with the second plunge detail is noticeable.

Image: When i originally processed this scene i processed as a HDR. I thought that the lower parts of the image may have benefitted from slight dehazing, but i have left as is to emphasise the drift of the mist. This time i have processed a single image and slightly dehazed it.

Celebrate: Thank you. To celebrate what we all achieved on G+, i am publishing the 50 most viewed posts in this collection (with 450m views) until shutdown. This is an unreprocessed image of this fall (8th most viewed).

#CelebrateCountdown (please feel free to use this hashtag to celebrate your own favorite posts)
This platform has been great for photographers and writers. For more Australian photography, please check out my friend +Chris Sutton. Or check the b&w of
+madelene jeffery , the Scottish rambles of +shonie Hutter or the adventures of +Monique Helfrich.

If you have enjoyed your experience here on G+, please consider joining Chris Sutton and a number of other fine photographers on a new (shortly to be co-operative) social media site Chris is building to replace our beloved G+. Check it out at:

https://www.tipua.com

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Abbaye aux Hommes - Caen, Normandy

April 2nd will be the last day of G+, I'll be here 'till the end, but if you want to find me elsewhere you can get in touch via my website or follow me on Instagram.

If you're looking for somewhere new, our new lifeboat is afloat:

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