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  1. From the album: Out and about in Somerset

    Nature returns along the route of an old, long abandoned railway line. The A371 Axbridge By-pass follows the route of the long abandoned Strawberry Line Railway in Somerset, S.W. England. Here to the North of the town of Axbridge, several different fruit trees can be found growing wild alongside the main road, where the railway line was originally cut into the hillside. The photo shows some kind of wild apple, (Quince or Crab Apple?) There are also several other kinds of apple and pair trees growing right alongside the road - not to mention blackberries and all sorts of other goodies! But if you want to stop and pick them, you will need to be on a bicycle, not in a car. Or you could try walking! And, if you are on a bike, you will need to be going slowly - not racing around like the wind with your tight racing tights on - and your streamlined flashy helmet - trying to go just as fast as the flippin cars all the time?!!!
  2. A similar view to the previous one but with an antique-look street lamp beside the garden pond. Photo taken in Rooksbridge, Somerset during the summer of 2020
  3. A well known native English wild flower, which although poisonous to touch the flowers (the inside particularly) is still very pretty!

    © Tim Penycate

  4. From the album: Top View

    This was my first time boarding an airplane and I saw how wonderful it was to see the huge building here in Manila.
  5. From the album: Top View

    The clouds are terrible! feeling like it was a nice to lay here! How do you feel when you touch the clouds ? soft or tough? hahaha
  6. From the album: Top View

    An aerial view of the countryside, with hills and a river - somewhere in the Philippines
  7. Lois

    Red Flower

    From the album: Photography by Lois

    Another flower seen in our university, there are many different kinds of plants, trees and flowers found in our university since DLSUD is one of the top greenest university in the whole world.
  8. Lois

    Violet Flower

    From the album: Photography by Lois

    Another one of the flowers seen in our university.
  9. Lois

    Alpinia Purpurata

    From the album: Photography by Lois

    One of the flowers found in our university.
  10. This is my first portrait of woman. I use color marker, ballpen and color pencil, this art was inspired from my favourite artist Allysa.
  11. From the album: Animal

    A green iguana attend of her terrarium.

    © Free

  12. Wild garden! This is a beautiful natural (overgrown!) little piece of nature.
  13. From the album: Denmark

    And I would hope that my title is sufficiently descriptive? I just noticed the way the thistle seedhead was glowing beautifully in the evening sunlight as I made the four-mile walk into Kalundborg, from where I was staying outside town in the beautiful Danish summertime countryside.
  14. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    A kaleidoscope of colour! An old sandstone embankment where, after years of Army tanks driving past on their training missions, a deep passage has been carved through some slightly elevated ground. I find the sheer variety of mosses and lichens that now cover these banks to be absolutely fascinating - especially when you look at them in close-up detail. The Hogmoor Enclosure nature reserve in Hampshire, South of England.
  15. From the album: The statues: Hogmoor Inclosure photos

    One of the old trackways in the Hogmoor Inclosure, which the British Army once used to train military tank drivers - now a local nature reserve. These trackways used to be gloriously full of deep, water-filled ruts and the sound of the mighty army tanks rumbling by. It's only a few short years since the Army pulled out of the Inclosure but all of the old tank driver training routes are rapidly returning to nature. More information on the Hogmoor Inclosure can be found here: https://www.princephilippark.co.uk/community/spaces/hogmoor-inclosure/
  16. I've got news for some people... God didn't put put "us" - humans, mankind, homo-sapians on this earth to rule over all of his creatures and to tame the wilderness. Or even to "take care" over these things... If he wanted to do that, he could have done it him/her (it's?) self. (How come we always automatically assume that we are made in the image of God?) "We" may think that we are in charge but even some of our own creations fail quite drastically. And we are totally powerless in the face of severe earthquakes, tsunamis, storm surges, super typhoons, drought and wildfires. To name, just a few...
  17. Szabó Balázs

    Bench

    From the album: Things

    Three bench in the autumnal sunshine.

    © free

  18. Szabó Balázs

    Giraffe

    From the album: Animal

    Portrait of a giraffe somewhere in a zoo.

    © Free

  19. Szabó Balázs

    Baboon

    From the album: Animal

    Portrait of a baboon. He is the number one.

    © Free

  20. From the album: Animal

    A carrier pigeon sit on a gravelly walkway.

    © Free

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