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North Fork Cascade Canyon - Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Full view is much sharper. Enjoy!
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McWay Falls at sunset - Big Sur, California. I won't risk diminishing this magical place with words... just enjoy :)

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The warm light of the low evening sun illuminates the forests of the Eastern Ore Mountains. In the foreground: the porphyry cliffs of the Lugstein Mountain covered in deep snow.

Erzgebirge - Germany
Winter 2012

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Durin my trip on Quiberon Island I have discovered during the afternoon a small beach totally enclosed in a cliff landscape. The angle of the sun in the evening should be ideal then I came back at the sunset to shoot this waterscape. It was not easy to get down to the small beach cause the path was not accessible at high tide then I have decided to get there at low tide and wait for the water to mount. At high tide the beach was reduced to some meters. I was lucky at the end to find a way to get back on the cliff !
To realize this image I have shooted three different exposures for the beach, the sky and the cliffs.

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EOS 60D | EF-S15-85 @21 | 1/100s | f/8 | ISO 200 | Marumi CPL

The island of Moorea in French Polynesia (12 miles from Tahiti) is one of the most jaw dropping beautiful places I have ever seen and probably one of the most beautiful places on the planet.

We drove around the two bays (seen below in the image) and they were just amazing. We finally found our way up a small little road to a lookout with a view of half the island.

I had originally planned to do an HDR panorama for this shot, and actually took 36 images here and processed them before realizing that I really did not like the way the HDR looked.

This is the non-HDR version, made up of 12 images, two rows stacked. The final image weighs in at 12528x4124 putting it just above 50MP.

Enjoy, and yes, be very jealous that you have not been there!
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The Peruvian Andes.

From the trip of a lifetime to South America

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I have very few shots of Tunnels Beach and so I set out to capture sunrise over the next 3 days, timed for low tide. Of course I woke up to rain, as is typical on Kauai, but this was a bit more consistent for July. Heading out anyway I got to my location and waited...and waited. Sunrise came without any real fanfare but I knew it was rainbow conditions if the clouds broke. After standing in the on and off rain for over an hour the sky brightened and this brilliant rainbow arched across the landscape. Now to go back and try and get a full reflection! From this morning (7/29/12).

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View over Beinn Bhreac from Beinn Ime, Scotland. First "winter" camp over the night. -3oC in the morrning, hovewer view was stunning and temperature really doesn't not matter when you there.
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Long exposure blurs thunderclouds over the mountains of Excelsior and a dead Acacia tree standing in a dune street

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Excelsior Farm, Namib Rand, Namibia

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Hooker Valley
New Zealand

On a freezing clear dawn, I made my way up to Hooker Valley in the dark- The trail itself was very good, yet in the pitch black, somehow I managed to lose the trail a couple of times ! Despite the lack of clouds, it was still a magical place to be - perhaps influenced by the hypothermia I induced by wading across the base of the lake !

The 'reel' of every single shot we took is compiled here in 12 minutes!
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