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Half Dome at sunset. Haze in the valley and the surrouding area created some wonderfully warm light during sunset.

Yosemite National Park, Ca.

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One of the most amazing sunsets I have ever seen. The color and clouds in every direction of the sky this night was out of this world. Here is the famous Sierra Wave over a set of petroglyphs on the Volcanic Tablelands and the Owens Valley.

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A storm moving in over the Minarets and Minaret Lake. At sunrise the clouds broke open and illuminated the jagged Minaret Mountains creating one of the most dramatic landscape light I have ever seen. Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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A sunrise shot from my first morning visiting Yosemite National Park. A beautiful place! The grandeur is amazing! I hope to make it back sometime soon. Thanks for taking a look.
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Had to get my feet wet to go for some originality along the Owens River. A perspective I decided to try out and was pretty happy with the results. Thanks for taking a look!
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Sunset at our last day at the Eureka Sand Dunes.
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A beautiful light show above Lake Mary in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah.

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about an hour earlier and lower on the mountain:
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The immensely beautiful Zion Canyon as seen from the Angel's Landing trail. I've been to this spot on a couple of different occasions but never with camera and tripod. I knew there would be weather on this evening and was hoping for light just like this. After a grueling pace, our group made it to the top of the 1500 ft tall monolith, just in time for me to capture this view and beat the storm to the top.

Angel's Landing hike is one of the more famous in the National Park system. In a few points during the hike, there are vertical drops thousands of feet to the valley floor on either side. About a quarter mile is done scrambling up a path while clinging to chains the park service has kindly drilled into the sandstone.

Check out this video I found on youtube of the hike... set to mildly over dramatic audio: [link] (not my video)

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:iconparkflavor: Chris and I decided to take a weekend backpacking trip to Lake Blanche and Sundial Peak in the Twin Peak Wilderness area of the Wasatch mountains. We both knew the forecast called for a chance of rain but didn't hesitate to head up the trail.

We were gifted some amazing light for photography but paid a price later that night. Earlier in the evening and during sunset I saw some of the best light I've had a chance to photograph. After a productive session we were walking back to our tents and I looked over my shoulder to see a violent lightning bolt strike miles away in the valley below, and I said to Chris half joking, "that storm is probably going to hit us around 2 this morning."

Unfortunately my prediction came true. We were camped on an exposed bluff and all hell broke out at almost exactly 2 am. After severe winds and rain combined with one hell of an active electric storm things finally started to calm down. Our tents were maybe 5 ft apart and we couldn't hear each other yelling at the top of our lungs because of the rain and wind. It sounded like a freight-train passing by. The worst was a bolt that struck so close I was convinced it had hit the tree our tents were next to. We were both shaken by the proximity and the intensity of the lightning and almost had each other convinced to walk the 3 1/2 miles back in the dark at 3:30 in the morning. After a careful examination of the skies and the perceived threat, we decided to stay up on the mountain and walked down the next morning. It was a hell of a good photo adventure, one that I'll not soon forget. I still have a few more shots to post from the light show we witnessed.

If you made it this far, thanks for hanging in there.

Lake Blanche. Wasatch Mountains, Utah.

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From earlier in the evening looking down the valley:
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Death Valley National Park - California.
Cropped. Tone Curve. Saturation. Levels.

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Alice Lake, Sawtooth National Recreation Area - ID.
Cropped. Tone Curve. Saturation.

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Leslie Gulch, Oregon.
Velvia 50 E-6 Slide Film.

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A stunning red sky over the Saxon Switzerland in late autumn. The high location of the lookout point offers a wide view across innumerable mountain peaks of the Schrammsteine all the way to the River Elbe and the mountains Gorisch, Papenstein and Lilienstein.A stunning red sky over the Saxon Switzerland in late autumn. The high location of the lookout point offers a wide view across innumerable mountain peaks of the Schrammsteine all the way to the River Elbe and the mountains Gorisch, Papenstein and Lilienstein.

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This is a photo of a perfect reflection of the Mont Blanc Massif in the ‘Lac de Chérsery”. On that evening in October, the water of the lake only remained completely calm for a few minutes offering me this tremendous photo opportunity. Starting from left to right, the photo allows one’s gaze to wander from the Auigelle Verte to the Grande Jurasse and main peak of the Mont Blanc.


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A picturesque sunset above the famous limestone arch Manneporte near Étretat. In the pictures foreground: gorse shrubs in full bloom at the beginning of April - very typical for this region.

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The Narrows
Zion National Park

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cascades near zion subway
left fork trail

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Along the way to Cracker Lake
Glacier National Park, Montana
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Banff National Park

There is a firey sunrise behind Banff's famous Rundle Mountain, viewed from the Vermilion Lakes.

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Banff, Canada

An intense blast of sunrays blankets the untouched snow in Banff National Park.

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Castle Mountain, Canada

The morning alpine glow hugs the many faces of one of Banff National Park's famous mountains.

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Best light this fall, so far. Photographed over Blackwater Canyon at sunset this October. Two days later and all the leaves were gone!
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Infinite Journey, Left Fork of North Creek, Zion National Park, Utah. Life is good in Utah so far this fall! I hiked the famous Subway on Thursday with perfect color, light and water flow. It was a long and strenuous day, over 9 miles of tough canyon hiking, and then in the water for over 5 hours shooting. It was worth the exhaustion. Did the Narrows this afternoon with Ian and Alex and will be going up again tomorrow with a few clients.
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Schwabacher Landing at first light, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. What an incredible morning. The light was sweet and lasted for so long. More comps to come!!!
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Phillip Island
Victoria

Another shot from the base of the Pinnacles in June this year when the weather was wild, swell was up - challenging conditions but a great reminder of nature's powers. You can access this area from a turn off to Cape Woolamai. From the farthest car park it was about 45 minutes pleasant walking (in the right conditions). Only the last part is tricky going down a slope in the muddy conditions.


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Petrel Cove
South Australia

This is another image taken from Petrel Cove on a beautiful humid and sultry Christmas dawn. To welcome in the new year. I thought I'd post something vibrant :) Thank you to everyone here who has continued to support by viewing and commenting on my work. It has been a real pleasure and great to know that these morning trips on weekends have been providing a source of pleasure to someone other than myself !

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Jokulsarlon, Iceland

This is another image we took during a magical weekend at probably the best place on earth we have visited thus far for photography. After fishing up some ice blocks which were floating around close to the shore, we placed them for foreground interest where they weren't affected by movement. This was taken just on dusk. It is also the last image in the movie I have linked below which shows how much (or little) Marianne and manipulate our images for the final product:

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The 2012 landscape calendar is now available. Go check it out!

This is processed from the exact same original as this - [link] - hopefully you can appreciate what a difference better post processing can make to the same photo :)

Location: Duffey Lake, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Nikkor 70-210mm.
Technique: 3 RAW files processed with Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5.
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The 2012 landscape calendar is now available. Go check it out!

Mount Garibaldi is somewhere in between :) Original shot is 22 MP.

Location: Diamond Head on the way to Elfin Lakes, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Richmond, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
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The 2012 landscape calendar is now available. Go check it out!

I don't think I've uploaded a shot with a portrait orientation in years, so here's a try.

Location: Middle Lake, Joffre Lakes Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm + Tiffen Polarizer.
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