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That morning in december I woke up with the most beautiful scenery around me. I made some pictures along the canal. There was no snow, but it had been freezing so hard that every drop of moisture was frozen on every surface.


I submit this picture to :iconnaturephotographer: 's contest 'Linking The Seasons' so I have to link this picture to an opposite season: [link] a picture of a beautiful summermorning landscape made by one of my dA-favourites *jchanders

I've changed the category of this picture in order to submit it as an entry for Nature's Reflection Contest (more info: [link] )
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For the fractal calendar contest.
Already uploaded image, but with (a bit) other size now.

Calendar available: [link]
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A weird little orange guy wants to make us think he's a chamaleon. But we don't buy it, and he won't buy ours back...
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Enjoying the view on a snowy morning walk.


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Algonquin Park 2010

Well I decided to try something a little different with this shot. This was taken in the evening with the sun reflecting the fall colours of the trees onto a set of the rapids.
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Took a camping trip up to the Catskills to photograph some fall colors! It's been almost 9 years since I've experienced a northeast fall season, and it is just as beautiful as I remembered.

I don't care what anyone says, fall in the northeast is truly something magical. (Go suck an egg Today Show)

With that being said, there is a tendency to over boost the saturation on photos like these, so I am staying away from the saturation button. Adjustments made are levels and curves only, and I've tried to make these as close to what we were actually seeing as possible.

Edit: Resubmission of this photo for [link]
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goodnight

setting sun in late september. i love that the sun was out but it was hazy enough that it wasn't creating a glare.

Same tree as

thanks in advance for the favorites and the collection adds! due to the over whelming amount of support I've been getting recently, I am not able to reply to each and every one of you, but do know that your support and encouragement means the world to me!

If you want to continue your support, follow my work on facebook: [link]
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A last minute decision to enter the "Fotolia 4: Stockpocalypse Challenge".

I thought about the Apocalypse. Seems to me that our european civilization made some backwards steps in the history already. I mean, we dumped the Greek democracy and end up living in monarchies. Well, I know the history better and things weren't that simple and the Greek democracy can't work in bigger states but still...
I imagine that any Apocalypse will throw us back in Middle Ages with no electricity, no cars, no computers, no connections...
And the sunlight represents Faith because people always come to believe some higher power when facing a catastrophy.
About the black and white style - I chose it partially because one of the stock photos was in b&w and also I wanted the picture to look like an old photo.

P.S. Constructive criticism disabled this time :lmao: because photomanips aren't my area of expertise :D

Stock used:
House from the Asset pack
My own photos and
#StockProject:
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Season Represented: Winter

(An entry to the DA calendar contest, my original submission's image size is too small for the contest, so I had to re-post these.)

Arches National Park, Utah.

To learn more about this image, check out the original post in my gallery:
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MEMORY OF A DREAM
`I don’t have any memory of fall season. I just read it from the books; saw it from the movies and internet. But I do have a memory of a childhood dream. It is a dream that one day I’ll be able to catch the falling leaves and experience the joy that surrounds the different trees with beautiful, golden browns, raking leaves as the wind blowing the leaves everywhere. Up until now, I’m still mesmerized with that dream. But when i reached the sunset of my life, will I have a memory of fall . Or it will remain a memory of a dream?

What I used:
Human- polymer clay, wire, tissue, glue
Trees- cable wire, tissue, glue, polymer clay, scouring pad, saw dust
(colored with fabric dye)
Fallen leaves- saw dust ( colored with fabric dye)
River- stones, pebbles, molten glue sticks
Bridge – ice cream container, popsicle sticks, rope
Terrain- plywood, paper, tissue
Grass- paint brush
Lamp post- gel pen, marker, cap of lighter fluid, led light
Fence- popsicle sticks
Back drop- oil on canvas
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