The number of the the birds tripled, because of the HDR
Location: North arm of the Fraser River, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm. Technique: Photomatix Pro 4.0 and Photoshop CS5 from 3 RAW exposures. Download: Up to 2560x1600, 2560x1440, and 1600x1200.
Location: Garibaldi Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm @ f/11 + Tiffen Polarizer. Technique: Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5 from 3 RAW exposures.
To have a world that's show the essence of beauty every day is to be rich. To what lengths are we willing to sacrifice ourselves for the natural freedom that once were? Take a good look because once you blink it might all be lost, forever.
I wish for my children, and for your children, that awareness is set and open minds are born. To leave a legacy is not hard. To leave a future, that's where the real challenge starts.
Help me help the future.
Photo information 5 shot panorama Soft grad ND Photograph taken: Sweden/Karlshamn
Edit // THE LITTLE ONE SURVIVED THE NIGHT!! He is doing rather well now. Very active is this young man and eats like his big brother. His mother won't accept him but my mothers jackrusselterrier wants to adopt him The future is still a little gray for Napoleon but not so black anymore!
I'm having a bit of a situation at home right now... 8l
My mother called me around 10 AM this morning (it's 8 PM right now here in Finland) and told me that one of the three sheep we have was going to give birth and that I should go and help her if needed. So I did. Me and my boyfriend drove to my mothers house and soon enough one of the sheep gave birth to two labs, one normal sized white one and one teeny tiny black/white. And when I say tiny I mean like VERY VERY small! The smaller one was about three times smaller than the white one and the mother sheep did not care about it at all and it seemed like it would die at any moment.
Well... I took the small lamb inside to the house and tried to keep it warm and tried to get sucking reflex out of it while my mother milked the sheep just in case the small lamb would make it. I decited to name him Napoleon. For what seemed like eternity I tried and tried to get it to eat. I had to clear his loungs and nose from massive amount of slime and at the same time keep it warm. Finally the hairdyer worked it's magic with honey and I got it to eat after almost three hours of desperation. And after that, I've gotten him to eat well, stand up and even walk. Now it's up to mother nature to decite if he will live or not. I took him with me to my appartment because we have heated floors here and it's much warmer in here than it is at my mothers house.
I so hope that Napoleon will survive this night because if he does, he has a change to live ;___;