2016 Random Beautiful Landscapes/Still Lifes/Macro Photos


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+Mirumir

Hello and welcome! :)

 

This is the place to post beautiful digital shots of landscapes, seascapes, sunsets, sunrises, cities' skylines, architecture, and still lifes. Macro-photography (both animate and inanimate) is also included here. 

 

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Тихий Вечер

 

Мрамор карельского неба

 

Когда зажигают звёзды...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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пробуждение

 

Рассвет в японском стиле.

 

Совет Старейшин-II

 

Берег Шивы

 

Беззвучие

 

 

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Ulyses
23 minutes ago, Mirumir said:

Hello and welcome! :)

 

Тихий Вечер

 

Any larger resolutions available?

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11 minutes ago, Ulyses said:

Any larger resolutions available?

 

No, unfortunately :( 

 

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2 minutes ago, Mirumir said:

No, unfortunately :( 

 

 

So it's from a Russian club foto site, it's called Тихий Вечер (Silent Night), I'm going to look for it in larger frames :)

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Field Of Flowers Sunset

 

6 minutes ago, Ulyses said:

So it's from a Russian club foto site, it's called Тихий Вечер (Silent Night), I'm going to look for it in larger frames :)

How do you do a reverse image search? Select it and choose "search Google for image"? Or is there another way?

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Just now, Mirumir said:

 

How do you do a reverse image search? Select it and choose "search Google for image"? Or is there another way?

you go to https://images.google.com/ and link or upload the image.

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...but I got the info by way of right click menu on the image in your post.

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beach_tropics_sea_sand_palm_trees_84750_

 

3 minutes ago, Ulyses said:

you go to https://images.google.com/ and link or upload the image.

Cool, thanks :) I'll try to post pix in a larger format from now on.

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italy_tuscany_summer_countryside_landsca

 

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Ta-da!

 

THE ZERGS ARE ATTACKING!!!

 

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