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Black Hills Bristlecone by FramedByNature
Black Hills Bristlecone
Canon 6D
Bower 14mm f/2.8

Okay, so it's not a bristlecone tree ;) But this old piece of wood we found while camping in the Black Hills reminded me of the popular nighttime shots you see of the Bristlecone pine trees :nod: Thought it looked dramatic against the rising moon and milky way!

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137: Celestial Reflections by FramedByNature
137: Celestial Reflections
Hey guys! Now that the insect species-a-day challenge is over, back to posting some "regular" images that I never got the chance to catch up on :) Here's one from Chris and I's backpacking trip in the Black Elk Wilderness. We woke up early and caught the Milky Way rising, framed over various puddles that had pooled in the granite on which we slept. A little chilly but all in all not too bad considering how much snow was still on the northern faces of the hills! :nod:

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136: Cardinalis Cuteness by FramedByNature
136: Cardinalis Cuteness
Day 136: The FINAL day of the #SpeciesADayChallenge :wow: That sure made the month go by quick =D I believe this is a Phidippus cardinalis jumping spider. This portrait angle does its incredible coloration no justice as its entire carapace and abdomen are a bright orange/red: i.imgur.com/yjE2ZNy.png Incidentally one of my favorite species, and I had no idea it was native to the area before doing this project! :wow: It's been a lot of fun seeing dllavaneras amazing insects he's been posting and I hope a few of mine were at least a fraction as entertaining as his :)

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135: Homeless Hogna Carolinensis by FramedByNature
135: Homeless Hogna Carolinensis
Day 135: So I walk into work and am running my lunch back to the break room fridge when what do I find in our service department? Massive spider. Hogna carolinensis to be exact, also known as the Carolina Wolf Spider, the largest species of wolf spider in North America. Guessing this guy came inside at night to avoid the cold (and probably trying to find a mate). Put him in a coffee cup and took him back outside into the sun, allowing him to warm his joints again :)

Extra creepy view after he tried to escape the coffee cup: i.imgur.com/LYGyUTc.png

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134: Camohopper by FramedByNature
134: Camohopper
Day 134: A tiny and well-camouflaged grasshopper remains motionless on the ground as a large, foreboding camera creeps closer :giggle:

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Evan Ludes
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Evan Ludes
:bulletblue: CONTACT me at evanludes@framedbynature.net :bulletblue:

Hey, my name is Evan. I've been taking photos for about 8 years and come to this community to gather inspiration and share my work. Thanks for visiting! :)

Current Residence: Omaha, Nebraska
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Hey everyone! Happy to say that I got quite a few "keeper" images from our recent trip to Colorado, and a lot of great memories (more on that later). Decided to extend the sale through Saturday in case anyone wants to get their hands on some of my new images, which I just posted on my Facebook page :)

$35 gets you an 18x12 of any of the images below (or literally any other image in my gallery!) signed and shipped straight to your door. Shipping is free for US residents.

Send me a note or comment with what you want by Saturday! :la: :hug:
 

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Delta406 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
The Weather Channel posted online your timelapse of clouds over Rapid City. It was so cool to see your name attached!
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Dimentichisi Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2016
See theres some nasties out in South Dakota right now, hope you get to take some pics! Won't be rolling into my area til 10pm-12am
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wangssq Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Love all of your work, so inspring!
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Dimentichisi Featured By Owner May 11, 2016
Great work man.
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FrancescaDelfino Featured By Owner May 11, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
HELLO!
I'd like to invite you to join to my new photography contest, the theme is sQuare Format.
You can read all rules here fav.me/da1vya7
Many points, feature and other prizes for the three winners.
I will offer a feature also to all those who donate some prizes for the winners.

Cheers,
Francesca *
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idongetit Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2016
A question, what's the difference between a cold air funnel and a landspout?
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2016  Student Photographer
Just hazarding my best guess here, but I believe cold air funnels typically form in a cold air mass and generally have weak rotation. Landspouts, on the other hand, tend to form with warmer surface temps. They form from the ground "up" and can grow larger if their circulation is stretched upwards by a towering cumulus above it.
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idongetit Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2016
Ever seen any of the two?
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W4t3rf1r3 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Happy Birthday! :cake:
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2016  Student Photographer
Thank you! :aww:
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