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Pictures for Pam, Day 128: Thanks Everyone!

Pictures for Pam, Day 128: Thanks Everyone!
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I've just returned from a chilly but bright and sunny morning walk and my body is ticking with energy coursing through my veins. How vitalizing it is to get some invigorating exercise at the beginning of the day. It really makes me feel motivated and ambitious. After all, I've done something so good for my health and well-being at the very start. What better way to set yourself up for a series of wins, progress, achievements and successes?! Besides all of that, getting outside when the world is waking up around you is a wondrous experience with the twittering of birds and their songs and calls heard from near and far. It is a joy I missed out on for so many years. How lovely to get up early enough to be immersed in this daily marvel.

Sitting down at my computer, I hop onto ipernity and check out the Explore section. Who is showcasing today?! Gazing at the selection of 27 pictures on the front page, I sit in wonder. So much talent. Such a vast variety of photography. The creativity boggles the mind. Pictures from literally all over the world, in all types of formats, from a dizzying variety of cameras. Exquisite images from seasoned professionals and from budding talent as well. Some have such a wonderful, recognizable style that you can tell who took the picture without glancing at the name. Others are unique and exciting and beg for a click so you can see what other pictures they've taken. Inspiration drips from the page.

How grand to be part of it all. The community at ipernity is incredible. Wonderful, warm, intelligent folk who, like the pictures on Explore, cover a vast range of personalities and interests. Photographers can be very quirky and plenty of us spurn society for a gamut of reasons. But here on ipernity we can reach out and make friends. Isn't that wonderful. In my "real" life, the "in-person" friends I have fit onto one hand, perhaps two if I include family. But online, my friends and acquaintances number much closer to 100 or more! What a difference! In "real life" I am shy and very wary of people, but online I am extremely friendly and gregarious. Isn't it all so very interesting? I am extremely grateful to have the chance to be friends with people from all over the world, all walks of life, and who allow me the chance to know them. It is an honor and a true gift and I thank you all for allowing me to be part of this fine platform! *BIG HUGS TO ALL OF YOU!*

Today happens to be St. Patrick's Day so I'm posting a picture that's very green! This fern was photographed in San Francisco a couple of years ago. Steve and I walked through part of Golden Gate Park to get to the Conservatory of Flowers' dahlia exhibit and on the way we stopped to take pictures of some of the fabulous plants found there. Ferns of many kinds grow everywhere and this one did not miss my gaze. (I'm also including some other green images for you to enjoy!)

Pam, isn't it wonderful to be a part of this amazing group of people?! We are so lucky. And because of ipernity, we got the chance to meet…how cool is that?! :) Anyhow, I thought it would be fun to find a nice green picture on your stream and decided on a wonderful picture of a Ruby Throated Hummingbird sitting in a vibrant green oak tree. What a beautiful bird with her iridescent green feathers! It really is fun doing searches in your photo stream--it shows me how few I've actually seen and then I get the prize of appreciating them!

Thank you for your lovely comment about my flower pictures! I'm so happy to read that you have been able to see a few of the flowers that are blooming for you now. I hope you can find great joy in these pretty spring sightings…one day at a time my dear! *BIG HUGS*

Explored on 3/18/19, highest placement, #6.

protox, Erhard Bernstein, Helena Ferreira, Susanne Hoy and 42 other people have particularly liked this photo


37 comments - The latest ones
 William Sutherland
William Sutherland club
Remarkable "green" shots!

Admired in:
www.ipernity.com/group/tolerance
16 months ago.
 Kawasirius
Kawasirius club
Formidables captures vertes !!!!!!
16 months ago.
 neira-Dan
neira-Dan club
encore une série à tomber par terre ; la prise de fougère est exquise
16 months ago.
 Pam J
Pam J club
BEAUTIFUL GREEN THEME !!

DEAR JANET .. I TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU ABOUT THE WONDERFUL COMMUNITY THAT IPERNITY IS. I TOO HAVE MADE AMAZING FRIENDS AND ALSO BEEN LUCKY ENOUGH TO EVEN MEET A COUPLE OF THEM.. BUT SO MANY OF THEM HAVE BECOME WONDERFUL FIRM FRIENDS. IT IS TYHIS COMMUNITY AND SOME OTHER ON-LINE FRIENDS MADE OVER THE YEARS WHO HAVE STOPPED ME FROM DROWNING THROUGH THIS NIGHTMARE OF A STROKE.

I AM HUMBLED BEYOND WORDS.
16 months ago.
 uwschu
uwschu club
wieder ein wunderschönes Macro von Dir!
16 months ago.
 Karp Panta
Karp Panta club
Fantástica sintonía en verde !!!
y gracias por tu lindo comentario de este paseo matutino.
16 months ago.
 Madeleine Defawes
Madeleine Defawes club
Superbe série de macro vertes !
Bonne semaine.
16 months ago.
 Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker club
Delightful, all!!
16 months ago.
 John Cass
John Cass club
Wonderful image, great detail and dof, superb PiP's.
16 months ago.
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
Again a superb close-up and some awesome PiP's !!
Well done Janet.
16 months ago.
 Dominique 60
Dominique 60 club
que c' est joli janet !!
16 months ago.
 Annemarie
Annemarie club
magical dof and image
Happy new week:)
16 months ago.
 Boro
Boro
Wow !! Excellente
16 months ago.
 Ulrich John
Ulrich John club
Wonderful, Janet !
16 months ago.
 Eunice Perkins
Eunice Perkins club
Superbly captured!! Lovely set of green nature too.
16 months ago. Edited 16 months ago.
 Marie-claire Gallet
Marie-claire Gallet club
16 months ago.
 ColRam
ColRam club
Belle fougère Janet
Merci pour les groupes
_Canon EOS xxx
-Fern
Bonne soirée
16 months ago.
 Helmer Lortz
Helmer Lortz club
Schöne Serie…
16 months ago.
 Nicole Merdrignac
Nicole Merdrignac club
Superbe photo avec notes. Nicole.
16 months ago.
 Boarischa Krautmo
Boarischa Krautmo club
another set of wonderful macro shots.
16 months ago.
 Pics-UM
Pics-UM club
Großartig!! Sehr schöne Aufnahmen. Gruß Uwe
16 months ago.
 Keith Burton
Keith Burton club
I could easily make all of these my faves, but I'll just have to settle for this one, which is just exquisite! Beautifully captured cleverly using the depth of field to start off really sharp and defined and fading gently off into a wonderful out-of-focus blur!

I love all the PiPs, but I have to single out the first, which is so cleverly composed to show off the beautiful curves and lines of the leaf.

Thanks for sharing these inspiring images Janet. :-)
16 months ago.
 cammino
cammino club
Stunning close-ups! Excellent!
16 months ago.
 ╰☆☆June☆☆╮
╰☆☆June☆☆╮ club
What a lovely series Janet. I especially liked the frog.
Very well done.
Have a great new week.
16 months ago.
 Roger (Grisly)
Roger (Grisly) club
Wonderful series of images Janet, it is the first pip that floats my boat I love the curves and detail,
Have to agree re Ipernity.
16 months ago.
 Peter_Private_Box
Peter_Private_Box club
Hi Janet,

A really impressive set of pictures - I adore that little green frog - and such a nice story to go with it. I am totally in awe of your skill and creativity here!!

Best wishes
Peter
16 months ago.
 Nora Caracci
Nora Caracci club
great 3D quality and very beautiful green !
16 months ago.
 RHH
RHH club
This is my kind of photo, Janet. Love taking photos of little details like this and seeing the details enlarged on a computer screen. Would have a hard time picking a favorite (even the photo of the bead is wonderful), but I think the fern wins. When they are first uncurling in the spring, they are so very beautiful. Hope you get a chance to see the Bighorns and photograph them.

Did you know that the little frog you've photographed can change color? They do so rather slowly but can change from a green to a tan, depending on the background. It's a Pacific Tree Frog if I am not mistaken (should look at the title of your photo, I guess). Now I did look and noticed that you already know about their color change. They are probably still hibernating here like everything else.

We had a really bad experience with Air BnB in Brisbane. Arrived and found the owner's son and friends living in the place. They quickly left, but the place was filthy and the beds had been used. Then, a few days later we had someone wandering around in the small back yard (fenced) at about 2 am. Scared the daylights out of the girls who were sitting up and talking. By the we called, however, he was gone.

Sorry for your bad experience at the cheese festival. We rarely go to events where we have to pay since they are seldom worth the money, in our experience. I'm very envious of the cheeses, though and will have to see if I can find that blue. Love Stilton and Gorgonzola and other blue cheeses, though my kids refer to them as "dirty socks" cheese. Have a wedge of Gorgonzola in the fridge at the moment.

Had to laugh at your description of yourself. You certainly come across on line as one of the most outgoing people I've ever met. Laughed too at the fact that Steve goes on and on about the beauty of places like Banff. I do the same and bore my wife out of her mind. Must have said how beautiful the Canadian mountains were a thousand times, even though I think see go tit the first time.

Agree with you about Ipernity. It's hard to find a bad photo on the site and there is so much to learn from others. I echo your thanks to to the community and to those who have worked so hard to keep it going.
16 months ago. Edited 16 months ago.
 Jenny McIntyre
Jenny McIntyre club
What incredible photos Janet - I love every one of them - I agree with Ron that the unfurling fern does look superb, but I think my favourite is the first PiP. What plant is that? I sort of recognise it, it's the stem with the leaves coming off it. Your photos are just amazing and it is extremely difficult to prefer one over the other.

I was really surprised to read that in "real life" you are very shy - as Ron says - I feel that you are very outgoing, but it is easy to let yourself be free when you are behind a computer screen isn't it? I love the people I've met here on Ipernity - it all started on 360, then Multiply and now Ipernity - and I've met some amazing people on here. They all live in different countries and even those who don't speak English, I've managed to write to them with the help of the Translation button. What an incredible thing eh? I sometimes look at the photos on here and am really surprised that some of them aren't in National Geographic - they are so amazing.
16 months ago.
 Trudy Tuinstra
Trudy Tuinstra club
wonderful
16 months ago.
 Dave Roberts 2014
Dave Roberts 2014
An excellent set of captures Janet, wonderful shades of green!
16 months ago.
 Phil le Malouin
Phil le Malouin club
Bravo
16 months ago.
 Loule
Loule
Very beautiful, Janet
16 months ago.
 Esther
Esther club
How do you find such fascinating things to photograph? What a great eye you have.
16 months ago.
 Mario Vargas
Mario Vargas club
great macro work
16 months ago.
 Susanne Hoy
Susanne Hoy club
Another outstanding macro series! The fern in the main pic looks like a small monster. ;-) I like the frog in the inset. He looks so cute.
16 months ago.
 protox
protox club
Herrlich
9 months ago.

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