Show us your Blue Sky - just one, (or two or three), shots

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Yeah Glen you're right, it is the exhaust on a tractor and more specifically the one i was driving while helping with the cotton picking. Do you know what the farmers call the flap on top?
Affectionally called the "Mother-in-law" It only takes an imagination to figure out why.
 

Stephan

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Skitour in Norway

Hi,

my bit of blue sky from a lot of blue sky during a gorgeous skiing trip at begin of May 2010. Location: around Krossvatn cabin (near Suldal, Rogaland), in the west of Norway.

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GF1, 14-45mm; 14mm, F8, 1/2000; JPEG out of camera, no filters, no PP

Comments very welcome!

Cheers, Stephan
 

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Webby the Seagull

We have a family tradition when on holiday of always getting a picture of a seagull - he's called "Webby" and follows us wherever we go - it started with my kids when they were little and now my grandchildren keep it up - Here's Webby in Collioure, France with a cloudless Mediterranean sky behind him

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