forpetessake: Outrageous intrusion of government. Ansel Adams must be turning in his grave. First they annexed the land for the 'public' use, and then that government bureaucracy made themselves judges and de facto owners prohibiting that same public from the free use of the land.
Of course it's the starvation of the agencies that prompts such policies -- parks must be paid for somehow. When a wealthy nation chooses through the political process to under-fund public goods, then it must seek out revenues in other ways. The next step is to privatize the protected areas altogether, which would then result in a wide range of charges.
EHDesigns: Hmm, Could it be a repackaged/re-branded PIXPRO Kodak SD1 from JK Imaging?
pseudobreccia, are you sure that it is not? Do you have evidence?
Hmm, Could it be a repackaged/re-branded PIXPRO Kodak SD1 from JK Imaging?
Lovely. Great reflection, colors, subject!
Great perspective and love the yellow!
stevedonzi: That is a great shot. It looks like the old classic florida paintings. Good Job.
Thank you kindly, Steve. I love the FL landscape.
EternalOne: I like this....no complaints.
Leo James Mitchell: Wow!!! The Cala Lily is absolutely stunning my friend...it has every good feature one can think of for a truly remarkable photograph. Well done mate
Thanks, Leo! Sometimes I get lucky with the proper subject in the right light!
icgonzo: really nice shot
stanic042: very nice
Barthwal: Nice capture. Wish there was some more DOF.
Thanks. I agree, but it was windy and I got this...
Love these little flowers. Nice work!