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Sunset after a dark cloudy day on the Cape West Coast -
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FREE TO USE STOCK (see journal).

Please link to ~emeraldsugar-stock and leave a link here to your deviation so I can see your work. Click "Download" for full-sized file.

:peace: :heart:

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Edit: Wow, a DD?! Didn't think anyone hardly came and looked at my stock photo's. lol. Hope people get some use out of this stuff. Bit of a fluke I logged in here instead of my main account today! lol. Feel a bit weird because it is just a stock photo that noone had even downloaded, fav'd or even commented on in the whole year it's been up, but appreciate none the less. Be nice with your comments.
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"By the pricking of my thumbs,
Something wicked this way comes"
-- Ray Bradbury

A storm advancing towards the town of Lake Louise, Alberta.

Another shot of this is here: [link]. my wife prefers that one because you can see more of the town - I'd like to hear your thoughts - which do you prefer, and why? :)

Stock Rules: [link]

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For more images from my London trip click here to go to my portfolio

Big Ben

Edit v2: Contrast boosted slightly

A shot from my visit to London. I would like to thank my friend Rameez for lending me his ND1000. The results are simply amazing and I will be investing in one straight away. The building in the distance in the middle is Big Ben if you didn't know allready. I really liked taking and processing this image and I think it works really well in black and white.

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Location: London, United Kingdon
Date:

Camera: Nikon D70
Lens: AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm VR
Filter: B+W ND 1000 (3.0)

ISO: 200
Aperture: f/25.0
Shutter Speed: 30.0 Sec

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All images from this gallery are not allowed to be used or manipulated without my written permission.

All rights reserved © James Dolan | james-dolan.co.uk
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The way up there might be difficult but the view repaid for it like 10 times ... never seen something like this ... Preikestolen in Norway.

More Pictures from Norway here: [link]
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One fine morning...

Taking part in "Make mine divine" contest [link]
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Please take the time to go to my journal page and read my Stock Rules before downloading.


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Rules:
:bulletblue: Do NOT Claim As Your Own, Redistribute, ect..

:bulletblue: If Used On DeviantART, Credit Me On The Image Or In The Comments.

:bulletblue:You May Use Off Of DeviantART, IF And Only If You Credit Me On The Image. (Also notify me)

:bulletblue: Be creative!

:bulletred: If You Don't Respect The Rules I'll Have To Add A Big Ugly Watermark!
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As per the norm with my deviation submissions, please click here to save your retinas, and view the image on a black background, thereby preserving shadow detail.

Gentle morning light radiates throughout the Mackenzie Basin. The sun was at an altitude of just 11.3 degrees at the time this image was made, which provides for the softness in the quality of light prevalent in the image.

In the distance is the beautiful turquoise Lake Tekapo. Lake Tekapo has a surface area of roughly 83 square kilometres and sits approximately 700 metres above sea level.

The lake is being fed by the pristine glacial Godley River, seen in the image proper, as a network of braided twists and knots. The water in the lake has flowed 30 kilometres south from the Mount Cook region in the Southern Alps.

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
1/100s f/10.0 at 105.0mm iso320

Edit: stoked at my third Daily Deviation. Thank you so much :iconanoya: (^anoya) for featuring me.
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