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Epic conditions at Triple Falls in Glacier National Park, Montana. Back home for a few weeks from extended trips. Many more images to come!!!
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This is the product of a broken-footed dead-battery adventure. Read the photoventure @: [link]

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Copyright Colin H. Sillerud
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Hi all!

Just got back from a three day trip into the Jotunheimen National Park here in Norway. Jotunheimen is Norways largest mountainous region (3500 square km). It contains the tallest peaks in Northern Europe with Galdhø;piggen (2469m) being the tallest. A fantastic hiking area no doubt.

This summer's weather has been very varying. This particular shot was taken during the best night with fantastic afterglow and sporadic rain showers. The mountains in the distance are enclosed in just one of those rain showers.

Finally, it was great being out photographing again. Having the time for it was just awesome. I love vacations :)

Anyways, this is the first on in the series, with hopefully at least 4 more coming soon.

Thanks for looking!

- Anders
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Skittendalen (in english "Dirty Valley") is my favourite place on earth. I will probably devote quite much of my time to shoot this area over the next years. This one is from a trip last october, looking over towards the mountains Rismålstinden (1012m) and Lilletinden (1134m)

Hope you like it...

Have a great day!

-Arild-

Homepage: www.arildheitmann.com

Facebook: [link]!/pages/Arild-Heitmann-Photography/268516444827
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Jokulsarlon
Iceland

On our last dawn shoot in Iceland we woke up at 5am and looked outside... nothing but fog. We packed our bags and drove towards Jokulsarlon anyway, hoping that it would lift. As we headed there it surely did disappear, and there were clear skies overhead.

As the sun started to come up there was just one other photographer braving the cold with us. The top of the Vatnajokull icecap began to turn pink with the dawn light and the lagoon remained magically still.

It was one of the best moments of my Iceland trip.
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Cradle Mountain
Tasmania

Dylan and I sneaked away on a quick 10-day trip to Tasmania over the Easter break. Our goal was to capture the turning colours of the fagus in the stunning setting of the Cradle Mountain region. Alas, we arrived too early, so there were no red leaves frosted in early morning dew to capture (they were just turning from yellow to orange), but we had a ball photographing Cradle Mountain itself.

This image taken on one of the three evenings we spent trying to hunt down the perfect conditions. On this night Dove Lake was still, but there were no clouds to add interest to the sky. I took the shot anyway... I had to show something for standing out there freezing my fingers off!
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Autumn at Stefjord (Norway)

21.09.2010 - EOS 5D Mark II with 17-40L, polarizer and tripod
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First light on the Grand Teton range in Wyoming.
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Stack Island. Or as someone pointed out "Rangoon Island" is what it is now called. I still have a bunch of shots from this place still to upload. It really is a pretty awesome place to photograph.

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Autumn is my favorite time of year. As summer begins to loosen its grip, and daily winters grasp becomes increasingly fixed, the landscapes across the Northern Hemisphere undergo a magnificent transformation. For the majority of us, the terms autumn and fall conjure images of leaves changing color, however, the way we experience this season varies drastically based on location. In Wisconsin, a mixture of deciduous trees including maple, oak and aspen create a palette of yellow, orange, and red that line lakes and forests. At higher elevations in Washington, golden larches drape the mountainsides along with mountain ash and the low-lying, fiery huckleberry bushes.


This year I was fortunate to take my first trip to Colorado in autumn. I have never experienced scenery quite like this. Here beneath the 14,000-foot summit of Capitol Peak, aspens dominate the landscape. During the fleeting moments of the day, last light strikes Capitol Peak, and the golden aspens cast a warm glow throughout the valley.

Capitol Peak White River National Forest, Colorado
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