Greg Beetham wrote: Great scenes Yildiz from your vantage point, I always enjoy your vistas of Istanbul. And a happy new year too you as well.
Greg Beetham wrote:ps. And may that five story thingy that's blocking your view in the other direction suffer some horrible misshap and crumble into dust.
david antony wrote:tsawwassen -5ºc. 3:10 am.
Yes thats a great start to the New Year Yildiz.
Lucky we have you perched in such a fabulous location. I suggest you set up a webcam, it would be very popular for sure.
Happy new year. Yildiz & Greg
Greg Beetham wrote:Too busy to do much serious photography, still fixing things, found some termite damage now. The grass was too wet to mow until it was feet tall out the front, the neighbour saw me trying to mow it so he came up with his ride on.
Birma wrote:Hooray! A new 'Weather Today' thread to hang out in . Like your opening shots Yildiz, lovely subtle colours in that glorious vista - what a way to start the new year thread. Greg is hard at work as usual. I think you were doing a better job with the push along by the looks of it . (Something always makes me nervous when I see people with mowers and bear feet .)
Nevertheless we had a family walk in the woods through the drizzle and mist. I was relegated to the P&S so I'm sorry that my first posted shot of 2011 is not even on a dslr, but at least it was a Sony . The onluy green in the wood seem to be from moss and ivy. I rather liked this little scene on a rotten tree stump.
bakubo wrote:Today is New Year's Day so the beaches are super crowded with tourists from all over the world. The number of tourists has been notably higher in the last 2 days. It has been sunny with a few clouds and the temperature is 80F/27C. Obama and family have been here on Oahu for a week or two and, I think, are leaving next week. Here is a photo about 2.5 hours ago:
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