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Early morning,
Mountain Velebit, Croatia.
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Croatia, mountain Velebit.
From the same place as previous ones:
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National park Plitvice, yesterday. After 3 days of snow finally the sky cleared.
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More from Jupiter, FL. The waves hitting the rocks made for all sorts of interesting displays of splashes. Getting the timing/light to coincide was a bit tricky...that and the wind blowing sea spray at me the whole time. This one seemed to pull it mostly together :)

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After getting wet in a passing rain shower the rain acts as a shield for the sun as the large waves pound the shoreline. It's officially 'winter' here on the north shore!

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From an incredible sunset a week or so ago. Color started east and moved across the sky until the west blew up. The color you're seeing here is a combination of sunset and earth shadow. Was stoked. 3 horizontal shots...hand fixed as comp wasnt liking this one too much.

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Middle Earth

From an old photoshoot up the Bealey Spur

Arthurs Pass

New Zealand

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The Waimakariri River Valley

Have not been out photographing in a while and have the itch so pulled out an old shot for processing

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South Island

New Zealand

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Waimakariri River, Arthurs Pass

South Island, New Zealand

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Annapurna South
Nepal

This image is taken as deep as you can wander into the Annapurna Mountains without having to technically climb. It is located at the so called Annapurna Sanctuary which takes 5-7 days of hiking and plenty of climbing and descents. In the Sanctuary, you stand dwarfed by mountains at least 7000m surrounding you. Simply a humbling experience. There is a small village here simply called Annapurna Base Camp though nowadays, there aren't actually too many climbers. The ice wall is the Annapurna South Glacier. At the time, we had dramatic weather with mists blowing up the valley and across the mountain tops.
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Coire Lagan
Isle of Skye
Scotland

This image was taken just at sunset at the beautiful loch in Coire Lagan in the south of Skye. We stayed two nights at Glenbrittle SYHA. This walk starts from the nearby Glenbrittle house and takes about two hours to get to the loch. Once there, very steep stone scree slopes head up on both sides. On the right hand side of this image is the so-called great stone chute and at its peak, Sgurr Alasdair of the Black Cuillins. I had actually scrambled 3/4 of the way up when I realised that the sun was shimmering across me so instead of heading up, I skidded down the slopes back down to the lake to take this shot. It was one of those occasions where 10mm was not wide enough as the mountains were almost vertically above us here.
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The Sisters of Kintail

Marianne and I have been travelling scotland for the last week or so. Our travels took us recently to the town of Ratagan which is a great area to explore the 5 sisters of kintail. This view was taken from the summit of Sgurr na Ciste-Diubhe. The view is of Ratagan at loch Duich below with the next 2 sisters along the ridge line in view. The clouds were flying in at our eye level which makes for a disorienting experience of motion.
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5 Towers, Dolomites

Canon 350d, 10-22mm @ 10mm, f.11, 3 Exposures (1/13s, 1/6s, 1/3s), ISO 100, Tripod.


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Zermatt, Switzerland

Canon 350d, 10-22mm @ 22mm, f.8, 1/15s, ISO 100, GND Filters, Tripod.


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Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Dolomites

Canon 350d, 10-22mm @ 11mm, f.16, 4 Exposures (1/4s, 1/10s, 1/40s, 1/100s), ISO 100, Tripod.


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A wintery landscape taken on my memorable extended weekend trip to Moab, Utah earlier this year. This images shows Turret Arch in Arches National park veiled in fog.




Wishing everyone a very happy holiday season, and a great new year! :peace:
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I had an amazing day photographing the Narrow's in Zion National Park. I liked how the flow in these rapids have imprinted the canyon walls on the right. The liquid pattern repeats in the rock itself.

Zion National Park, Utah.

Canon 5D. 24-105 L. Circ Polarizer.

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Work has been more stressful than usual lately and a night out shooting was the perfect remedy. I'm glad to say that I live only about a 20 minute drive from this awesome basin. I let the sound of the stream help me experience the moment as my stresses faded away.

Big Cottonwood Canyon, UT.

Canon 5D. 24-105 L. 3HS GND filter. Circ Polarizer.
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‎8 hours of flight (including a 1 hour overlay in Denver), 285 mile drive and one wicked sunset at Coal Mine Canyon.
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I have been hard at work for the past two weeks designing and writing my new eBook "10 Tips for Amazing Autumn Images". This recent venture has me stoked for fall this year, my favorite season I might add, in hopes of producing new and exciting images from Vermont, Ne Hampshire, West Virginia and Zion in southern Utah.

Thought i might share an image I made 3 years ago while on self assignment collecting new shot for a book that myself and Ian Plant published entitled 50 Amazing Things You Must See & Do in the Greater DC Area.

This is a shot from Overall Run in Shenandoah National park at the peak of color. The tops of the mountains were covered in thick blankets of for this day and the rain was at time downright torrential. I hiked down to these falls and then waited under the shelter of the canopy in the heaviest rain I had ever shot in. When it finally cleared the forest was filled with smoke and the color were saturated and rich, a photographers dream.
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Bear Rocks Preserve, Dolly Sods Wilderness, West Virginia.

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A cascade below the Minarets.

This was one of the strangest displays of light. During the magic hour the mountains were completely shrouded in clouds and there was no chance of any color that evening, or so I thought. After I had taken some exposures and it had gotten very dark I packed up my camera and tripod and started to walk back to camp. All of a sudden I looked backed and noticed the clouds starting to lift and a really strange glow hitting the underside of the clouds. I quickly ran back to the creek and tried to recompose in almost complete darkness. Was able to capture this strange light which disappeared second after this was taken.

Minarets, Ansel Adams Wilderness, California.

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Sunflowers in the Owens Valley at with the first light on the Sierras. This was one of the few mornings were the wind did not made it impossible to photograph the flowers without them blurring.

Eastern Sierra, Owens Valley, Ca.

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The beautiful and delicate sand tufa towers at Mono Lake.

Mono Lake, Sierra Nevada, Ca.

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Dachstein Panorama

A panorama from about the same place as my previous shot. One again the Dachstein in the center of the shot.

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Location: Krippenstein, Austria [link]
Date: December 21th, 2010
Light Conditions: Sunrise
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Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM
Focal Length: 70 mm

Shutter Speed: 1/13 sec
Aperture: 8.0
ISO: 100

Panorama: 4 Horizontal Images

Tripod: Feisol CT-3402
Tripod Head: Acratech Ultimate Ballhead

Filters: Hoya Pro1 Digital Circular Polarizer Slim

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Klafferkessel Morning

The unique and exciting Klafferkessel with a view to the closeby peak of the Placken.

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Location: Klafferkessel, Austria [link]
Date: August 18th, 2011
Light Conditions: Sunrise
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Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* 35-70mm f/3.4
Focal Length: 35 mm

Shutter Speed: 1/4 sec
Aperture: 16
ISO: 100

Tripod: Feisol CT-3402
Tripod Head: Acratech Ultimate Ballhead

Filters: Hoya HD Circular Polarizer

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Find my website here -> [link]
My Facebook Fan page is here -> [link]
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This description was created by a little tool called PhotoInfo.
It was programmed by Erich Jarz -> [link]
You can download it here for free -> [link]
For feedback send me a note via my deviant page -> [link]
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The dom is the second highest mountain of Switzerland and an impressive rockface to look at.
Shot from close to the Aletsch Glacier.
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I have previously submitted a panorama from this night (i shot as many as i could with such fantastic light) but i chose the wrong set of images.
This was the first set while there was still the slightest amount of light on the foreground providing superb contrast.
So here is the re-edit, as an English landscape photographer the weather provides plenty of opportunity to go over old files.
Shot in April 2008 looking across to what i feel is an archetypal dartmoor panorama, high tor topped hills and rugged countryside.
The tor on the left is the moor's climbing frame haytor, everybody comes to clamber over it in some way as its so accessible and is a fantastic vantage point looking off the moor towards the coast. On the far right is hound tor inspiration for doyle's Hound of the Baskervilles, rippon Tor is in the middle.
11 vertical shots edited in LR3 stitched in PTGui tweeked in PS.
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This was shot almost a year ago on my travels round Wales.
This looks down past a group of walkers to the lake at the foot of snowdon. it was a last minute decision to hike up, i almost spent the night but walking up the next morning to horrendous weather i was glad i didnt!!
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To have this on my doorstep (relatively speaking) is a privilege i am reminded of every time i go to the wonderful coastline that surrounds Devon and Cornwall.

This is a nine minute exposure teetering over the edge you see, hunched over the camera to prevent the wind buffeting and ruining the exposure. Amazing how little the thrift flower heads moved in that time, ive also noticed some incredibly still seabirds who don't seem to move for the same length of time....thinking about it with a veiw like this to savour why move.

Shot with lee 3 stop soft grad and a lee big stopper which makes all the effort involved in getting to these places even more nerve racking. If there is good light and you elect to shoot long exposures you may get one shot, so not a lot of margin for error. this has its advantages in that it focuses the mind a little more, something ive needed recently within my photography.

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