Grazing in the green (Spring flowers trees ). Photo by Dustydew
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Grazing in the green

Uploaded by: Dustydew

Friday April 30, 2010

Heidelberg, Germany

Caption: Cows basking in the meadows on this warm evening

Manufacturer: Sony Ericsson

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Exposure Time: 1/1000 sec.

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ISO Speed Ratings: 80

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Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV

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2. gssell
2:19 AM GMT on May 01, 2010
this could easily be north Georgia!
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1. spissatus
10:09 PM GMT on April 30, 2010
Lovely! At first I thought it was England.
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About Dustydew

Dustydew

We (My wife and me) are a couple of Biologists working as scientists here in Heidelberg Germany. We love nature in its diverse forms and enjoy bonding with and celebrating the beauty spread all around us through the means of photography!! Nature is beautiful and its worth capturing a transient moment of beauty before it passes on into something new ever again, so that we could live in it even after it is long gone...

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