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YONG



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According to historical records, the temple of Poseidon was constructed in 444–440 BC. I really did not know such powerful flashlights had already been invented back then?! Rolling Eyes

What a stunning photo! Wink
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MHajduk



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Picnic wrote:
Here you have another photo showing the Temple of Poseidon taken about 3 weeks ago by photographer alexandros maragos.
I think that the most important thing worth to note in this picture is the night sky - unbelievable clear and unpolluted by city lights. Impressive photo, indeed. Smile
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
According to historical records, the temple of Poseidon was constructed in 444–440 BC. I really did not know such powerful flashlights had already been invented back then?! Rolling Eyes

What a stunning photo! Wink
Such powerful flashlights weren't known then in antiquity but, as far as I know, the ancients could concentrate the light of a watch fire with use of parabolic or spherical bronze mirrors (like it was in a lighthouse on the island of Pharos). Smile

The Lighthouse of Alexandria and the Ancient Port of Alexandria
https://youtu.be/kRTPugHpUho
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MHajduk



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shoorick



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nice green mikroworld! Wink
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MHajduk



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shoorick wrote:
nice green mikroworld! Wink
Thanks. Smile And yes, this is a kind of micro-world where people, animals and plants have been learning each from the other how to live in symbiosis. Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
http://www.slideshare.net/fullscreen/mikhajduk/late-spring2015
Seems that your home-based business is taking shape. Probably some kind of organic farming, right? Rolling Eyes Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Probably some kind of organic farming, right? Rolling Eyes Wink
Yeah, a kind of... in micro-scale, of course. Smile
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MHajduk



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Rudbeckias in full bloom, July 2015.

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YONG



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YONG
Beautiful flowers. Maybe you could try to sell them. Wink
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shoorick



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nice flowers! Smile

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MHajduk



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Thanks for positive comments. There are also other beautiful flowers like, for example, hollyhocks in various shades of red. The color you see strongly depends on the light: sometimes it may be poppy red, scarlet, burgundy or crimson. Definitely for most of us, these shades are even hard to name (and in different languages the same names may describe quite different shades). Wink

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Presentation for YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbyAzMj0g8E&feature=youtu.be
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MHajduk



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Young leaves of Schisandra sinensis (magnolia vine).

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Primulas.

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bitRAKE



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I have many pictures uploaded to Facebook - I believe they are all public.

https://www.facebook.com/rickey.bowers/photos_albums
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MHajduk



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bitRAKE wrote:
I have many pictures uploaded to Facebook - I believe they are all public.

https://www.facebook.com/rickey.bowers/photos_albums
Nice photos. By the way, looking at your (auto)portraits in young age make me wondering are you absolutely sure that you are not relative of Clint Eastwood? Hehe... Wink
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How can one be absolutely sure of anything? Very Happy There has been no DNA test or anything.
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MHajduk



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Salix alba var. vitellina (golden willow) at sunset

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playing digger? Wink

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MHajduk



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shoorick wrote:
playing digger? Wink
For all those years of digging I have dug out only one interesting thing, a Prussian coin from 1871. It's not especially valuable, it should be rather treated as an object telling us something about history of this area.

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