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Sunset from the Volcanic Table Lands Near Bishop, CA. The mountain in the background is White Peak.
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An extremely windy sunrise on our 3 day backpacking trip to Thousand Island Lake, California in the Ansel Adams Wilderness. Low, fast -moving clouds obscured the peak of Banner but still offered a beautiful display of light. Thank you for taking a look!
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A sunrise shot from my first morning visiting Yosemite National Park. A beautiful place! The grandeur is amazing! I hope to make it back sometime soon. Thanks for taking a look.
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Sunset at the highest peak of Greece, Olympus mountain the mountain of Gods, 1 week away from civilization, 1 week closer to divine...

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Canon 17-40L f/4
Hitech 0.9 SE GND
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I will miss the sand ):
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Had to get my feet wet to go for some originality along the Owens River. A perspective I decided to try out and was pretty happy with the results. Thanks for taking a look!
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A colorful sunset with the snow covered White Mountains. It's sure is nice to see some snow on the mountains for a change!
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Cathedral Valley in Capital Reef National Park is one of the more unique environments in Utah. I took this image standing beneath the giant Monolith "Temple of the Moon" (The structure to the right of the image) In the distance is the even bigger monolith "Temple of the Sun"

Taken the sunset prior to this sunrise:

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Binalong Bay
Tasmania

Binalong Bay marks the southern end of the Bay of Fires Conservation area on Tasmania's North East coast. It is renowned for its red lichen at the water level. I was led to this tree by a fellow photographer Matthew Stewart who has also taken several compositions of the same spot. This image is one of a handful which will appear in an upcoming book entitled 'Tasmania: a visual journey'. Hopefully, it will be in the hands of all of the co-authors including Ian Wallace (who put it all together) by Christmas!

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Taken during the peak of Fall last year in the mind-boggling Narrows section of Zion National Park.


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