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[posted: Wednesday, 2017-06-14] [category: photo, travel] [tags: , , ]

here are three photos of uluru (“ayers rock”) and kata tjuta (“the olgas”) at sunset. i have seen many perfect pictures and postcards of uluru before finally visiting the place, but it took nothing away from the sense of marvel and appreciation when we were actually standing in front of these massive rock formations!

uluru in golden sunset light

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[posted: Saturday, 2014-07-26] [category: random photos] [tags: , ]

japanese maple (acer palmatum) leaves in the trauttmannsdorff castle gardens (merano, italy).

japanese maple (acer palmatum) leaves in the trauttmannsdorff castle gardens, hdr photo

[posted: Thursday, 2013-10-03] [category: nature, random photos] [tags: , , ]

the common smoothcap moss (atrichum undulatum) features transversely undulate leaves, but its most prominent feature are the long, distinctly beaked capsules that are borne on 3 cm long, reddish setae.

common smoothcap moss (atrichum undulatum)

the species is also called catherine’s moss in english, and wellenblättriges katharinenmoos in german.

species details via Farbatlas Flechten und Moose (Wirth, Düll)

[posted: Sunday, 2013-09-08] [category: nature, random photos] [tags: , , , ]

here’s a picture from the stubai alps, taken recently near oberiss in tirol. it shows a mosaic of crustose lichens, fighting for space on silicate rock.

lichen sramble - crustose lichens on a rock. species include rhizocarpon geographicum (yellow with black fruiting bodies), umbilicaria cylindrica (bottom left, grey with black fringe), lecidea lithophila (bottom right), and presumably lecanora spp., fuscidea spp.and lecidella spp.

lichen identification can be very difficult, even for specialists, but there’s one very easy to identify species prevalent in the picture: [more…]

[posted: Sunday, 2013-05-12] [category: random photos] [tags: , , , ]

another picture from the piz val gronda excursion in 2011:

the hdr panorama shows part of the fimba valley (fimbatal) at the swiss-austrian border.
the rugged landscape on the right is the result of tectonic windows, where marble columns “poke through” the eroding slate.

[posted: Friday, 2013-04-19] [category: general, random photos] [tags: , ]

today’s flashback photo from the land down under depicts the sun setting behind strong surf at johanna beach, a small settlement just off the infamous great ocean road.

sunset at johanna beach, great ocean road, australia (hdr)