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The first snows at 11,000 feet in the Eastern Sierras - North fork of Big Pine Creek.

Submission for Sony DSLR calendar contest.
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Season Represented: Winter

(An entry to the DA calendar contest, my original submission's image size is too small for the contest, so I had to re-post these.)

Arches National Park, Utah.

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...and wind! It was so blustery, I was afraid my tripod was going to fall over!

Another shot from Coddington Road. I really like the huge sky views I can get from this place. It had been raining/thundering on an off all day so I knew the clouds would be primed for epic sunset shots!



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**Update - Print now available here.

***Update II - removed red cast from road area. Much happier with it now.


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Another from The Wave. Because I've been entirely uncreative as of late.
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Algonquin Park 2010

Well I decided to try something a little different with this shot. This was taken in the evening with the sun reflecting the fall colours of the trees onto a set of the rapids.
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pink tree on 4-2-10 at neshaminy state park in southeast pennsylvania

i like the partial sundog on the side :D
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Season Represented: Summer

(An entry to the DA calendar contest, my original submission's image size is too small for the contest, so I had to re-post these.)

Red Castle, Utah Wilderness.

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EDIT: 12/01/10

Larger resolution uploaded for the Sony Calendar Contest. Pretty.

Sunset over the Great Salt Lake, UT.

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Season Represented: Winter

(An entry to the DA calendar contest, my original submission's image size is too small for the contest, so I had to re-post these.)

Arches National Park, Utah.

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Dedicated to *justeline :iconjusteline:. Because without her great photography which inspired me, I wouldn't have made this photograph. :hug:

It's been a while since I had the time and the conditions
were right to do some landscape photography. This day the weather wasn't perfect either, but it was OK. Because I didn't have to go to work today, and I haven't made real photographs (except for family shots, PARTY shots hehehehe, and shots of plays) in weeks, I decided to go on my bike and find a nice location.

Location
This location is between Zoutelande and Westkapelle. I had to cycle 75 mins to get there, and it wasn't really worth it. The location wasn't as great as it was in my memories. I haven't been there for two years I guess.
So I can't tell you any juicy facts about the location except that when I went a few meters to the left I got a text-message: "Welcome in Belgium - T-mobile". It could be that I got this message because this is the most western part of the Netherlands. Not that that is so exciting, except if you are keen on receiving text messages.

Photo
The light wasn't that wonderful, for the whole day, but just before 18.00 the light started to get nice. The tide was low, so the beach was rather empty and it was hard to find some good foreground. This little reservoir of water got my eye, and I really like the sand lines. I also have shot with more attention to the sand lines but the impact of the light is less because the reflective water is further ahead in the frame.
My polarizer was a very welcome tool this day. Without my pola the shot wouldn't be this warm, this gold.

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Nikon D60
Sigma 10-20mm @10mm
1/8 sec
f22
ISO 100
Circular Polarizer
Velbon Sherpa 600R
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