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BachalpSee . Grindewald . Swiss Alps
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Lenticular cloud, amazing sunset light , from bachalpsee . Swiss Alps


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This is me .. Passing in front of the chamonix Needles , reflected in Chesery Lake , .. at the very last light .


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

The source file is 65 MP in size, and there is tons of detail there :) I'll do more of these in the future.

Location: Elfin Lakes, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Nikkor 70-210mm.
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October at altitude looks like winter :)

Location: Wedgemount Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
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I've been sitting on this shot for a while, and finally managed to get it right today.

Location: Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico.
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Myself and Shem Compion went on a 5 day trip to Mpumalanga in January to explore the Africa's 2nd largest Canyon. One of Shem’s friend’s told us about this place on the other side of the Canyon that no one ever sees. After a long drive along unmarked and overgrown roads we got a concrete pass that quickly ascended through the tropical forest mist-belt and arrived atop Mariepskop in misty weather. We drove around and the scenery was a mix of mossy vegetation, military hardware and views of the lowveld that stretched forever.When it cleared occasionally we saw that there was a storm cloud over the main escarpment with a nice high-cloud anvil that would make for a a great sunset. We parked and decided to try and get to the escarpment edge, but the terrain of rock stacks and dense vegetation proved impossible to negotiate. We got about 100m from the road, made a u-turn and about 45 minutes later we were back at the car, exhausted and scratched all over. Using an Ipad and google earth we determined where the edge was closest to the road, drove there and found a seldom used track leading to the cliff edge. In front of us lay the back side of the three rondavels and the sun was about 20 minutes from reaching the gap in the clouds. We scouted for compositions, set up and waited for the light. As the first beams burst out below the clouds and creeped over the far hills the adrenaline started pumping (only landscape photographers can get an adrenaline rush from sunsets!). As the sun dipped below the horizon, the mist closed in and we headed back to car with a very big smile on our faces.

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First light of day illuminates the sky in flaming colours over the famous Quiver Tree Forest outside Keetmanshoop in Southern Namibia

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The first stars appear in the darkening heavens of the Namib as the last colors of sunset fade to the West.

Kanaan Farm, Namib Rand, Namibia

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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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The first rays of the rising sun are touching the peaks of the Swiss Alps. This shot shows the rising sun just below the mountain top of the 3610-meter high Üsseren Barrhorn (left). It also offers a view stretching from the mountain peaks of the Bernese Oberland and the Aletsch area all the way to the Rhone Valley and the very first peaks of the Mischabel Mountain Range.

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A stunning blaze of colors above the highest mountain of the Alps rising 4810 m above sea level. The panorama shows the reflection of the Mont Blanc Massif in a small mountain lake not far from the ‘Aiguillette du Brevent’.

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Beautiful golden light piercing through some "heavy" november sky a bit before sunset. Still some autumn colors in the trees and relatively warm air, quite disturbing as we had huge snow falls at the same period last year.

Title because we came to this spot with a bit of late and a few seconds later the light disappeared. Just had the time to do the several exposures needed for this image.

Puy de Dôme, France.

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The best sunset I've seen during my trip in the french Alps. The land was in the shadow and the clouds had strong weird red colors, reflecting on the ground a strange light... I liked the silhouette of the mountains away, like dark giant figures... all that created a very strange and dark atmosphere.

Col du Noyer, France


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The cloud display was kind of perfect, the light was delicious and the landscape was very beautiful with those first autumn colors on the ground... A great moment spent on the edge of a sleeping volcano.

Chaîne des Puys, France

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Morning view of a huge alpine valley.

In the background, mount Olan 3500m high.

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Magnificient sunset scene amongst old volcanos. I carefully blended several exposures in photoshop to bring out all of the beauties that nature offered to us.

View from le Puy de Cliersou. France.

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This year we had a long autumn season. The weather was still pretty warm in November. The trees kept some colored leaves late in the season.

This photo was taken in the heights of Thiers, not far from home. I really enjoyed the sky and the view with autumn colors.

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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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Kirkjufell
Iceland

Kirkjufell is one of 'the' landmarks in Iceland that photographers rightfully flock to. It is a conical shaped mountain on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula on the far west of the country. The nearest town of Grundarfjordur is a beautiful town set in a bay. A few kilometres away lies this mountain with a beautiful small waterfall nearby that tends to dominate compositions of images taken with this mountain. The weather was not kind to us on both of our visits to the area, however, on the last evening in the area, the skies cleared beautifully to provide us the opportunity for this image.
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Bruarfoss
Iceland

This small waterfall is a little of the usual tourist route. It can be found a few kilometers off the main road heading toward the popular tourist attractions of Geysir and Gullfoss in the Southwest of Iceland. The most striking aspect of this waterfall was the long fissure through which it runs its blue streams. The water itself feels warm due to submerged geothermal activity which gives rise to slight steaming effect the water has. In the cold of Iceland, it's definitely yet another surreal sight to savour!

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