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Winsnip Ledge in Dorset, UK. I can say it was the most spectacular sky in my entire life!

One day after I bought Sigma 10-20mm.
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And again Ranooch Moor. Scotland.

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Osmington Mills, Dorset, UK.
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Godafoss,
Iceland

Godafoss in the north of Iceland is undoubtedly one of the highlights of a photographic trip. Marianne and I were very fortunate to encounter this waterfall with the prevailing wind blowing back into the falls which allowed us the rare freedom of shooting without spray interfering. I shot this one with an ND500 and found out that later, Marianne took a vertical shot of the same scene .
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Jokulsarlon
Iceland

Jokulsarlon lies in Iceland's South East - some 380km away from the capital Reykjavik. It is easily accessable by the ring road and is definitely worth spending several days there as the weather conditions change giving a whole variety of different possiblities for photography. This particular evening was clear and there were icebergs floating close to shore or already ashore. I fished this one out of the water for this image. Image was taken with a 3 stop soft and 2 stop hard GND (slight cast in the sky which I have left in). People have often commented on previous photographs about the reflection being brighter than the sky ; that is the intention with this image and several others I took while on the trip last year.
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Eilean Donan Castle
Scotland

This is surely one of the most iconic places to photograph in Scotland. My approach to photographing these places is to take that iconic shot (usually because its claim to fame is well established and pleasing the eye) - but then to try taking angles that I haven't seen before. Marianne and I wondered out to the rocks on the other side of the castle to take a few images from this angle. We were lucky in that the tide was low and the water glassy still for a while. As we always predict, our presence at an unusual spot drew some other people out to this spot. It was quite a slippery rock surface and an old gentleman slipped with a very heavy thud - he seemed to have escaped without major injury thankfully.

Video of our trip in scotland here:
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Had a really great afternoon at the beach, almost broke an ankle not watching where I was stepping but sometimes it's difficult to take your eyes off scenes like this in front of you! I've eyed this spot on a few occasions but never had the guts to get close enough for a decent shot. It is as dangerous as it looks and today was relatively calm compared to other days, thankfully.
This is a real photograph and not a manip or painting.
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Thank you so much for the DD! Big thankyou to GraphiteColours and sheltiemad
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D90
f16
1/3 sec

North Wollongong, NSW, Australia

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6.30am and up to my knees in ocean. Stack Island rises out of the mist at Minnamurra, NSW.

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Near from the "Anse of Dinan" on the Crozon Island in France. In front of you you can see the three western Headland of Crozon. A very good point of view to realize the exceptional geography of this beautiful park.

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Last Instant of light for this sunset on a beach of the semi island Quiberon, Brittany, France. As you can imagine with this sun in front of me I had a lot of flares on the filter I have spend mlong hours to manage with different images and build this final one. It is perfectible and I will finalize in a next version
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With this trip in the nature park of Crozon, it is the first time that I dreamed a photo weeks before realization.

In this case, I can say that since 4 years I'm working to improve my art work, I'm waiting this moment, where everything from the wish to the final image is following my wish during preparation

I hope you will appreciate too

Phil

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Crozon, France, Brittany, Cape of the Goat
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A wonderful star-like rock at palmachim beach, Israel.

Canon 7D
Canon 10-22mm
Singh-Ray reverse GND

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Another magical moment from an amazing sunrise on the dead sea, this time with a turquoise-colored sinkhole.

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The sunset at Dor beach, continued.

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A shot from last year that i have finally got round to editing ..

Shot on a night of one of the best sunsets last year
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A shot made with lee big stopper, shot on the south devon coastline....
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From a week of some great sunsets, im trying to photograph more of the western side of Dartmoor at the moment which is a bi8t more of a trak for me. This shot is from closer to home, bowerman nose looks out on the eastern side of Dartmoor National park not far from hound tor, it is one fo the most well known and photographed landmarks on Dartmoor..
Bowerman, legend has it was turned to stone by three witches, if you'd like to read the full story its here [link]

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Thought I'd try something a little different from my usual landscape/seascape shots, I quite like this square crop in b&w. Thoughts welcomed.

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Forster - Great Lakes - New South Wales, Australia.

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Beautiful clam water as the sun rises over the East Coast off Emerald Beach, NSW Australia.

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These are probably the slippiest rocks in Northumberland especially when carrying lots of camera gear!

It was worth the trek across these rocks though, the sun rose and peeked through the clouds and you can still see the moon if you look carefully!

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A warm sunrise high up on top of the sand dunes looking towards Amble and Coquet Island.

The last time I was up there [link] it was blowing a gale but I knew this would be a great location for a sunrise, i wasn't let down either!

The blocks on the beach are tank traps put there in 1940s when there was worry that Alnmouth would be used as a landing point in the war.
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A cold wintery morning standing on North Pier.

I was hoping for the sun to rise to brighten up the scene ... it didn't, it rose without even peaking through the clouds, there was brief glimpse of some colour but it didn't last long.

This is more of a benchmark shot for the location and I wanted to give my new Lee Big Stopper a trip out, I will be back to improve on this! :)

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Another shot from the evening in November at Cabo Raso with ~arqhugo
Same composition as my previous shot, but later when the sky was at it's peak, and with a shorter exposure.

The other shot:



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Taken at Cabo Raso, Guincho, Portugal
Nikon D3 w/ Nikkor 17-35mm 2.8
Gitzo GT2541 tripod w/ Gitzo GH1780QR ballhead
Singh Ray 4 Stop Reverse ND Grad | Lee 0.6 2 stop ND
1.5 secs | f16 | ISO 400 | 17mm

Workflow in Nikon Capture NX2. Title in PS

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Another (and probably the final) image from an evening shooting last year with ~arqhugo and ~PauloALopes

I used the Lee Big Stopper to give a long exposure, but had to open up to f8 and push the ISO to 400 to keep it from being excessively long. The light was excellent, and I wanted to get a variety of shots done.

Nikon D3 w/ 17-35mm f2.8
60s | f8 | ISO400

From the same evening



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Another shot from my recent trip to the Sahara.

I woke up at sunrise, walked out into the dunes (much easier to do sunrises in a nice warm place like this, than the cold mountains of Scotland or Italy of previous years).

I really expected clear skies and strong side light....I got neither. The sky was grey and overcast, obscuring the sun and diffusing the light. However, dunes interact with light in a completely different way to any landscape I've ever photographed, in direct light, they become almost red, in this diffuse overcast lighting, the oranges were really strong.

It was an amazing scene, the immensity of the desert is breath-taking...as is the heat and dryness.

I couldn't filter this shot without darkening the tops of the dunes, so it's a blend of 3 images. One for the foreground, one for the sky, and one for the sun.

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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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The Sierra mountains outside Bishop reflecting at sunset.

Owens Valley, Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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Well my complaining about there not being any clouds or decent light finally paid off last night!

My favorite set of petroglyphs in the volcanic tablelands at sunset.

Owens Valley, Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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