Goldcrest is the smallest bird species in Finland (maybe also of Europe). Surviving a nordic winter exclusively on insects and spiders is an astonishing deed. For this fluff ball the worst was behind :)
It was coming down the very boulder I was resting my head on, maybe 30 cm from me.
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One warm spring day few years ago I was napping in a forest, leaning my head on a side of a boulder and enjoying the sun. After a while I noticed something moving at the corner of my eye, thinking it was a twig swaying in a breeze. Nope, it was this beauty. I think I got up rather quickly to get some shots of her 😅 #nature #photography #photo
The fall of Gondolin va être publié cet été chez HarperCollins
"There is Morgoth of the uttermost evil, unseen in this story but ruling over a vast military power from his fortress of Angband. Deeply opposed to #Morgoth is #Ulmo, second in might only to #Manwë, chief of the #Valar. But he works in secret in Middle-earth to support the Noldor, the kindred of the Elves among whom were numbered Húrin and Túrin Turambar."
My speciality is nature, events and everyday photography.
I'm also designing websites with wordpress.
You can check out more of my work at www.raphisee.ch (the texts are in german, but the pictures speak universal :-P )
Looking foreward to sharing some of my work and finding out what you guys do.
OLYMPUS PEN-F + M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 45mm F1.2 PRO
Instance updated to 2.3.2.
Just refresh if you see any funkiness.
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I have been using Lightroom CC to edit and catalog my photos, but feel the >10€ per month fee is way too much for my use. Recently I seldom have time to even shoot , so why pay the money for a professional tool with hardly any use. What are the free options for Lightroom with decent catalog and light editing options? I'm currently on Windows 10. #photography
Snowy Owl expresses displeasure with carpet remnant.
Eastern Screech Owl illuminated by our outdoor lights.
#OpenSource pro tip:
Real-time (synchronous) phone/video/whatever conference calls or meetings *always* exclude potential segments of your community.
Don't be tempted.
In synchronous live meetings, a few dominant personalities dominate the discussion. For asynchronous online communication, everyone gets a chance.
Consider time zone conflicts. Language challenges. Cognitive or physical challenges.
Don't leave these voices out.