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Photography allows to capture timeless pictures but such scenes only last a few minutes, and each one is very unique. The most interesting ones amongst infinite combination of lighting, clouds, perspective and composition, are definitely very precious moments.
Sunrise, vallée de l'Impradine, Cantal, France.
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Woolgoolga Cascades after the mighty falls - Coffs Coast of NSW, Australia.
This place is pretty magical! I've only visited twice and both those visits have been pretty crappy conditions to be shooting in the forest.. Fortunately I was able to get a few decent compositions while the cloud cover lurked above. This is my favourite photo from the day. This place is also known at 'Woopi Falls' which is what the locals like to call Woolgoolga...
A picture of the Mont Blanc, from Cheserys lake, by a cold morning of June... Calm and serenity for this well known place of French Alps. Loved the reflection of this pale morning light over the Mont Blanc, and the little "gold vein" on the rock in the foreground
This photo of the Matterhorn taken on a cold evening in October conveys a mystic atmosphere. After the first snowfall, the Stelli Lake is slightly snow-covered but still ice-free. The long exposure captures the moving clouds above the mountain tops of the Valais Alps.
The crappy thing about the mountains is the very early sunset.
Location: The Barrier at Rumble Creek, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm + Tiffen Polarizer. Technique: 3 RAW files processed with Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5. Follow me on Facebook:West Coast Scapes
One of my most favorite shots of all time, I've been using it as a wallpaper for months.
Location: Garibaldi Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm + Tiffen Polarizer. Processing: Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5 from 3 RAW exposures. Follow me on Facebook:WestCoastScapes
Taken on the last day of shooting with Brovado Media for the aFein Docu. The plan was to hike to the first Na Pali overlook about .5miles in...yea, that spot ain't what it used to be. So next move...quickly...sun was fading...scoot down the trail and hopefully find another vantage point to shoot from. Luckily there was. Of course then starts the rain, but just the light kind. The combination of misty air and setting sun made for some pretty epic light and the hike back much more rewarding