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  • Perry Fulkerson

    Migrating cranes by moonlight.

  • Tree Hugger :)

    (The Flock and the Moon by Pawel Kopczynski at washington post) the related yin yang personality/color/style systems agree on design lines for #type2/summer = S-curve. suzanne caygill, angela wright, #dyt, john kitchener psc, taylore b sinclaire, etc. the cranes migrating in this photo are in an S-curve. caygill used a photo of birds flying to show the shape of s-curves made by the wings where she described why she chose the S-curve for summer. caygill is the originator of these 4 type systems.

  • Christine Wildgoose

    in flight to the moon. #moonshine #moonpics #photography http://www.pinterest.com/TheHitman14/moonshine-%2B/

  • Jen Sunderland

    A flock of migrating cranes flies in front of the moon in Linum near Berlin on October 13, 2010. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (birds, moon)

  • Pam Majors

    Beautiful Nature : Photo

  • Carole Davis

    migrating cranes, photographer Pawel Kopczynski winter is coming

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