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This pool is a man made geyser called Strˇkur in ÍskjuhlÝ­, a green recreational area in Reykjavik where the landmark building Pearl is situated.
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Taken at the north coast of ┼land islands :)

EDIT: I did a retake of this picture this year, slightly different angle and unfortunately not as good weather conditions:
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Fishermen on a rock shelf surronded by water, Little Bay NSW.

Canon EOS 7D, Shooting Mode Bulb, Shutter Speed 222, Aperture Value 11
Center-Weighted Average Metering, ISO 200, EF-S10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 @ 13mm, B+W 10 stop & Cokin GND8 filter.

Single RAW file tonemapped in Photomatix.
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Mediterranean Sea, Haifa's shore, Israel.
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Istanbul , Turkey

Canon EOS 350D // 18-55mm // ND400 Filter // Color adjustments in Photoshop.

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Kadir Murat Tosun Photography // My Facebook
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Third

In the mist 1:


In the mist 2:
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Petworth, England.
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An incredible combination of low tide and great clouds allowed me to shoot a 333sec exposure in this beautiful reef.

Canon 60D
Canon 10-22mm
Lee Big Stopper
Singh Ray Reverse GND
333sec @ ISO100, f/7.1
Palmachim beach, Israel

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This is without a doubt one of the most incredible places in Arizona. The west fork of oak creek canyon is a autumn wonderland. The deeper you get the more colorful and scenic it becomes. This is from the beginning of the trail at the first of many creek crossings. As you can see, you are treated with beauty right off the bat. What really attracted me to this spot was the rock overhangs that line the canyon walls for much of the canyon. The trail itself is three miles one way and the total length of the canyon is 14. You are able to hike/backpack the entire length of the canyon which is something I would like to do sometime. At the end of the official trail you must wade in water almost the entire rest of the length. The big payoff to this hike is Arizona's version of the famous subway in Zion national park. Although this was by far the most crowded trail I've ever hiked. There is good reason and in the fall people come from all over the world to see the foliage contrasted against the canyon. A place I will more than likely head back to in the future.

West fork oak creek canyon- Arizona
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Sweet sunset at Lerici (SP) - Italy in a late summer evening

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