Amalgamated data for smooth is current as of 2017/10/17 22:14:37
Pittypomm posted a photo:
Two seed pods of smooth tare, Vicia tetrasperma. Called smooth because the seed pod isn't hairy, rather than because it's not rough. In fact, this particular smooth tare grows right next to a hairy tare, but I couldn't find a seed pod on that one for a comparison. I'm not really terrible at finding things - these seed pods are a little over 1cm long.
At this scale almost anything looks rough.
Haskett1988 posted a photo:
Sammy Smooth, James Castle and Lewis Howley attack Sid Scala
scottymanphoto posted a photo:
Captured at Cumberland Falls State Park, this fantastic waterfall is a must-see for anyone who enjoys the great outdoors. If you appreciate a beautiful waterfall, Cumberland Falls is the place to visit. Additionally, if you're fortunate enough to visit the falls close to a full moon, you can experience the only moonbow in North America that appears with regular predictability. Present only on a clear night; the moonbow is visible a few days before and after a full moon.
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mylegs2246 posted a photo:
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Ludwig Sörmlind posted a photo:
The cold water of the Baltic Sea keeps flowing between the smooth rocks at Boön, Karlshamn.
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Michael Wahlgren posted a photo:
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Picsnapper1212 posted a photo:
This woody shrub can attain a height of 10 - 20 feet. Often seen along roadsides and woodland edges, the berries are sometimes consumed by robins and cedar waxwings.
vlajko611 posted a photo:
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ralfrings posted a photo:
Clouds reflecting of a smooth water surface.
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Giovanni Cappiello | f.64 posted a photo:
Detail from a gate in Monterotondo, near Rome.
Un dettaglio da un cancello a Monterotondo, vicino Roma.
.: mike | MKvip Beauty :. posted a photo:
Press L and then F11 for a large view -
an absolute must to fully enjoy this picture!
📷 SONY ⍺7II (ILCE-7M2) with manual IrIX Firefly 15mm ƒ/2.4
rectalinear ultra wide angle lens with extremely low distortion
on Techart Pro EOS-NEX III adapter
No long esposure, no ND filter: 64 single frames stacked in-camera by SONY Smooth Reflection camera app - which outputs the whole thing as a RAW file! Best 5€ I've ever spent :-)
Here's the cam/lens combo used for this shot
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Alec Lux posted a photo:
I spent a day at Ostend too. Never thought I could have made some long exposure shots there. And again I was completely wrong. Use your eyes, analyse, and there they come. Try to make the best of your environnement. I came home with some amazing minimalistic shots. I used a C-POL and a 15 stop ND filter. It was windy with some little clouds.
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Treats! / Frederick's of Hollywood / Agent Provocateur (test)