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Sky
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Jumping around and gathering the will to grow and develop, the delicate dancer weaves her home, carefully unites the strenght and the weakness in a perfect balance, designing the scheme and thickness of her web, being the master of what she weaves, and what it catches between its dangerous traps.
old windows
The photo has an unusual form. The main image lays in the middle part. It is a view from the window - more accurately an eyelet through a stone wall. We see a fortress on a green hill. We also see plenty of records on the rectangular slabs of the wall and we can even guess the names of visitors.
red fire
Several think pieces of wood are brightly burning in a small bonfire. The rushing tongues of orange flames completely consume the sturdy pieces of wood blackening them, leaving only glowing embers that will soon turn into fine powdery ash, the only remnants of its former strength.
seashore animals
This photo is done in early sunrise. The peaceful sea is beyond expression. There are no surges and turbulence. Everything has woken up and is ready for a new day. The gloss of the water replenishes the chromatic part of the photo.
Late evening
The beautiful grey clouds are the indication to the sea. They reflect the grey from it but are also going to pour more water into it to prosper the world around, as it will have a more attractive view for the eyes watching. The clouds chinked the sky for many pieces, making it a shower for the rains.
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Peeking through the sound of silence, with great knockout sparkles. A sweethear, a stunner of hearts and passion, beloving the purple stains of loneliness that holds up the other parts of the set, ending with a great piece of flora engraving its name between the soil and the dirt.
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light  herb  nature
A lone forest green garden lamp with a white circular bulb stands tall on a stone pedestal amidst a lush carpet green and white running vines. The different shades of green and the variations in patterns of the leaves are brilliantly displayed by patches of sunlight hitting the plants.