Cloud scapes: Light in the dark

Dearest Odyssians,

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We are happy to share an amazing cloudscape Photo by shanka:

Shanka, the photographer,  says:
“I am presently shooting with:
* Nikon D3000 + 18-55 VR kit lens :)
* Kenko Circular Pl (Used most of the time)
* Hoya HMC+ UV filter (It was a bad investment, really!)
* Vanguard 203 tripod.

I wish i had:
* HASSELBLAD XPAN II

*I Just quit the pathetic day job i am doing and see the world :) ”

To see more of his amazing work, visit his Flickr site:
https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/115433123@N05/

Odie wishes he had a camera and was a polydactyl like the mean, 6-fingered guy from ‘the princess bride’ (but not mean), so he could take amazing nature pics too. He admits he wouldn’t need a tripod because he would use me to hold the camera and take the steady shots. So I’ll have to get a tripod if we ever reach that juncture. #worthit. Here’s to hoping we do.

Hugs,
O and om 🐱

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Landscape photos : charmed by mystery

Dearest Odyssians,

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Lao mei by Pai shih

To see more of Pai ship’s work please click the link:
https://m.facebook.com/SomewhereInLife/mediaset?album=pb.1435324396713416.-2207520000.1429920874.&refid=17

Embrace Mystery.
Hugs,
O and om

Best tree landscapes

Dearest Odyssians,

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morning frost – gilles couturier
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friends forever – daniel wehner
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rolling hills – bill tanata
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long far away – alessandro caproni
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dark tree – daniel nanescu
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red sunset – photokore
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wonderful pictures – enzio harpaintner
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monochrome trees – ryan mcguire
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into the light – mindfulness
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seasons come and go – shubham
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untitled/dead tree in water – wai shaw

We hope you enjoyed these beautiful tree landscapes. Photo credits are listed in the captions below each photo. Title is to the left, artist name appears to the right.

Hugs, O and om.

Nature landscapes: blue beauty

Dearest Odyssians,

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HI everyone.
Things are rocking and rolling for o and om in bookville,  the place where novels get written. We are knee deep in a very exciting ending rewrite. And then we will continue to do our best to effectively layer in an underlying plot line concerning hidden treasure – towards the front of the book. How exciting!!! It won’t be easy. But we are up for the challenge. P. S. It has to get done anyway…

Hope all is well with you my creative talented dedicated blogging friends. It’s never easy to get creative work done,  and that includes blogging. I’m proud of all of you for sticking to your missions!!

This wonderful nature landscape was photographed by Joseph d’mello.
His website is: http://www.josephdmello.com/

Hugs,
O and om 🐱