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I have no recollection about the front of this building, it left no impression on me, but I do remember thinking when I saw this array of meters that there must have been a lot going on here at some time. I’d like to go back sometime to see if I could get inside for some photography.
Pentax K5IIs with f2.8 35mm macro lens, processed in PS Express and Snapseed.
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Norway is known for it’s wooden churches. This one in Borgund is no exception It dates back to 1183 but the timber used was felled in 1180. My picture shows just some small details of the roof against a stormy sky. I’ll share some shots going forward of the whole building. Until next time…stay safe.
Nikon Z 24-70 f/4.0s
Assateague Island is a 37 mile long island along the coasts of Maryland and Virginia known for it’s wild horses. We saw a few the day that we visited but they were far in the distance.
“The “wild” horses on Assateague are actually feral animals, meaning that they are descendants of domestic animals that have reverted to a wild state. Horses tough enough to survive the scorching heat, abundant mosquitoes, stormy weather and poor quality food found on this remote, windswept barrier island have formed a unique wild horse society”.
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Theodore Roosevelt National Park – North Dakota, The Wild Horses #TRNP http://traun-photo.com/dan/theodore-roosevelt-national-park-north-dakota-the-wild-horses-trnp/ via @traunphoto