Tuesday, May 31, 2011

C.J.B.


Oranź võõrasema.





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Monday, May 30, 2011

An exhibit



Sometimes while putting up an exhibition, you may become an exhibit on your own.

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Sunday, May 29, 2011

Raccoon baby


The kits (also called "cubs") are blind and deaf at birth, but their mask is already visible against their light fur. The birth weight of the about 10 cm long kits is between 60 and 75 g. Their ear canals open after around 18 to 23 days, a few days before their eyes open for the first time. Once the kits weigh about 1 kg, they begin to explore outside the den, consuming solid food for the first time after six to nine weeks. After this point, their mother suckles them with decreasing frequency; they are usually weaned by 16 weeks. In the fall, after their mother has shown them dense and feeding grounds, the juvenile group splits up.
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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Waterfall







In Estonia I never came across a waterfall. We have one there, which I haven't seen, but will see one day. Here small waterfalls are here and there. They have inspired me a lot while playing with the shutter speed and also they are always something wonderful for eyes and also for ears. I hardly think that anybody reaches to this post and reads about Waterfall Tea Room in Yarker, ON, but this place is exactly in the banks of a river in a place where the strong waterfall living its life. If you are not familiar with the sound, then most of the times you think that somebody is cooking in the kitchen and having a ventilator working on the 3rd speed. Next to that sound you can enjoy delicious home made pies, different light snacks and on weekends order a rib or a chicken.

Waterfall Tea Room

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Friday, May 27, 2011

LIFE magazine




I have always had so much respect for LIFE magazine. Not that I ever have held an issue in my hands, but because of how many world famous photographers got wind to their wings while they had their photo stories published in LIFE. Also I find it a great compliment for the artist. It is very hard if not impossible to get your photographs there, but it can be done. Some people are doing this. If I wouldn't manage this ever, then I would be still somewhat proud of the exposure my nations little capital got, while it was published in LIFE's The World's Must-See Destinations magazine last year. I was almost hysterically happy finding this magazine in a barber shop in a little Avril's town Napanee.
Latvia and Lithuania wasn't there and if I recall then no Finland either.

How many Estonians knew about this?




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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Napanee


Celebrities make the world go round.
Napanee is the town where Avril Lavigne grew up and from where she got her inspiration to her songs. Doesn't look so bad at all and she is loved in there, as you can see her posters here and there. Very cool.
I wonder, what Avril is doing now?

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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Fashion show


Something made me think of fashion. Haven't shot it for a while.






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Monday, May 23, 2011

Process


Would somebody be so kind and explain me the process of how something like this formed. Thank you.




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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Sunset




I played some with lenses.



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Friday, May 20, 2011

Carolyn Butts


One of most exciting pieces of her art.
More here.

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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Wooden chairs




The other evening the timing, light, form, material and feeling was right. I played some.




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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Victorian house


All I could say: "Yummy!". Better check wikipedia for the style.




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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Väike kuulsus


Okei, eesti vennad ja õed, kes see on, kes see on?

Üle prahi vöövalik muide.





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Monday, May 16, 2011

Americanization...

...in a way.
This is in nature. Discover your true nature. That is just hilarious.





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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Red-naped Sapsucker


It is interesting that all woodpeckers are not wearing the same name, although they look like woodpeckers, as this one here for example, who is actually a Red-naped Sapsucker. Beautiful middle-sized woodpecker, who really sup whatever they are working on and the result of a wood may look like this, after they have finished.




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Friday, May 13, 2011

Bon Echo Provincial Park





Provincial parks protect significant historical resources in open space settings. The selection of areas for protection is guided by 13 historical themes and 115 specific theme segments encompassing all aspects of Ontario's history. Themes span more than 10,000 years of human history, from Ontario's earliest post glacial immigrants, through European contact and settlement, to day-to-day aspects of contemporary life. Almost one third of all historical themes and theme segments are currently found within our provincial parks. (Ontario Parks)







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Thursday, May 12, 2011

Trash day


Seems that nobody is really protected of trash or becoming trash. Mickey Mouse. The idol of millions children can be found sitting in the corner of a huge waste bin. Once a dream come true, now a history. That may happen to everybody.

Interesting article to read.

Recycle. I have to come back to it one day.

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Reflection of a soul


It depends on how you look at things. And soul is a mirror. Good emotions keep bouncing and make you feel good. Bad do, too, but they wear out faster.

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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Arolin





Veel pilte Arolinist.
Kunagi tuleb veel lisa.

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Sunday, May 08, 2011

Põhja-Ameerika sildi- ja plakatikultuur




Mõned kohad on lihtsalt õnnistatud suurepäraste teksti ja plakati näidetega. See on väga huvitav, kuidas paljud asjad tekstidega selgeks tehakse ja need töötavad ka. Euroopas pole selline sildistamine väga levinud, aga tundub huvitav, miks neid tehakse ja miks need töötavad.
Igatahes on tore, kui elu väikeseid rõõme või muresid tutvustatakse ning soovitatakse neid nautida või neist vabaneda.

Positiivsust.





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Saturday, May 07, 2011

Black squirrel



The black squirrel is a melanistic subgroup of the Eastern Grey Squirrel. They are common in the Midwestern United States, Ontario, Quebec, and in parts of the Northeastern United States.

Large natural populations of black squirrels can be found throughout Ontario, and in several parts of Ohio, Maryland, Michigan, Indiana, Virginia, Washington DC, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania. Populations of grey squirrels in which the black subgroup is dominant can be found in these six areas as well as in smaller enclaves in New Jersey, southern New York, Illinois and Connecticut. Outside areas of North America where black squirrels occur naturally in abundance, there are several notable introduced populations of Black Squirrels.
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Friday, May 06, 2011

Food Inc.








I just saw a documentary made in 2008, which was nominated also for the Oscars, though I am seriously exhausted and sleepy I wanted to do this post and recommend you to see this. It reminds me the movie about A.L.F. which made me to quit eating meat. Food Inc. is good and bad movie. Because it shows the reality, it brings down the veils and makes you really think and appreciate fresh, organic food. Bad because what is going on who really make decisions, how animals and people are treated, work is done only for profit, it is just terribly wrong. It made me even more to read the labels.




These screenshots are from Mr. Bergman´s movie, which title I can`t recall, but anyhow, I thought it would be kind of controversial of consuming and how reality differs from what we buy from the store, of how it was grown.















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Sunday, May 01, 2011

Remember E.T.?


I met him in the forest some days ago :)





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