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The Mobius Arch in the Alabama Hills at sunrise. I sat below the arch on this stormy morning getting pelted with rain and wind praying that the clouds in the east would break up to allow some light onto the sierra and the storm clouds. Luckily enough, right at sunrise, light peered through the clouds and illuminated the scene. Too bad Mt. Whitney was shrouded in clouds, but it still made for a beautiful photo none the less.

Eastern Sierra, Ca.

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An epic sunset from the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest.

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The Owens River and Eastern Sierra at Sunrise

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Capturing this photograph just down from the crest of the tallest sand dune in North America, Medano Pass looks like the perfect wind tunnel for the South-westerlies to flow through. While the wind escapes to the Northeast, the sand does not and falls to form these massive structures. A beautiful coverage of clouds creates wonderful shadows that move across the landscape without a sound.

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As the weekend rolled around and the temps having recently dropped, I thought it would be a good time to head up to Dream Lake before everything froze over. I called up a friend from college that now lives nearby to see if he wanted to come along and shoot. With a confirmation and all systems go, we set out well before sunrise to RMNP. The wind was a bit gusty, nothing too bad, but when we rounded the final bend to the Lake, that's when we realized what we were getting ourselves into.

With gusts reaching 60+ mph, it was hard to keep the camera steady. A remedy for this was to up the ISO and knock the f-stop down a little. Also, remaining low to the ground and keeping the tripod legs spread to the max helped a lot.

Though the mood was crazy, there really wasn't any good lighting, until there was. And out of all my trips up there, all the hikes, and all the early morning drives to capture an epic scene , it finally came together. Beautiful rays of sun came from the East, seeping through the clouds which gave a vibrant overload of oranges. From the frozen fingers, to the red cheeks, and the last bit of flowing stream, it was all just wicked awesome. And it was really nice to share it with another photographer that enjoyed it as much as I did!

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The last day of my trip and I was able to spend my morning alone at the Green River Overlook. I knew of an area that had an even better view that the standard platforms so to them I went, waiting for sunrise.

Truly a humbling experience, realizing how small you are in all of this vastness. Great last morning before heading out of the area and back home.

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Leaf Aptus-II 12
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Leaf Aptus-II 12
Phase One 645DF
Phase One 75-150mm f/4.5 D
Various Lee/Singh-Ray filters
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Toroweap / The Grand Canyon

Leaf Aptus-II 12
Phase One 645DF
Phase One 28mm f/4.5D
Various Lee/Singh-Ray filters
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Like a mirror, calm waters reflect the towering Mt. Rainier amongst colorful fall foliage.
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Warm light bathes a country road
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A grouping of lupine stand before the Tatoosh Mountain range in Washington State. Tatoosh is a Chinooke word meaning breast.
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appearing as a harmless trickle..kautz creek of mt rainier is notorious for flooding. mostly minor but several severe, taking out trails, covering roads in 30 feet of mud..even changing its own course quite often! luckily its current course is nicely placed where views of mt rainiers glaciers can be seen..including kautz glacier, the starting point of this creek. unfortunately..it left a ton of debris to try and shoot around. several hundred feet behind this spot is where the creek empties into the nisqually river, so this is the beginning and pretty much the end of the creek in one :D

kautz creek, mt rainier, washington

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just some simplicity to calm as the weekend arrives :)
mt rainier catching the last light of the evening.

taken from commencement bay, Tacoma, WA

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panther creek falls in the gifford pinchot national forest is one of the most unique waterfalls ive ever seen..consisting of almost every categorization of fall if not all! a portion of the creek splits and drops..then falls over a cliff while a majority continues flowing above making a hard right turn and spilling over the mossy rocks. this is taken from the edge of the part of the falls that falls over the cliff :)

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Taken just as the sun dipped below the clouds in the Kalalau valley at sunset. Only lasted a few minutes and the show was all over, but a really interesting angle of light for this valley

Location-Kalalau Valley, HI (Kauai)
Canon 5DII Canon 17-40L Lens
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Taken 4-20-12 of the Kalalau Valley in beautiful Kauai at sunset. This light show only lasted a couple of minutes as the sun dipped right below the clouds and lit up the whole valley just before disappearing on the horizon.

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This is a HDR panorama I took of a sunset in Sedona, AZ 4-7-12. It consists of 6 frames, 3 shots for each frame for a grand total of 18 photos :) Please leave a comment or critique if you'd like.........
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Canon 5D Mark II
Canon 17-40L Lens
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Mt. Kidd

This is my first shot I'm posting on here taken with my new 5D Mark III.



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Vermilion Lakes
Banff National Park


A small splash of colour peaks through a hole in the clouds in Banff National Park.


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Cascade Mountain
Banff, Alberta


After a night of pouring rain the clouds parted to let the sun shine through! Sunrise at Cascade Mountain in Banff! With the recent flooding in the area it has made some new foreground options.




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Waimea Canyon in all it's dappled splendor. The colors here really are that impressive. See the behind the scenes clip of this shot: [link]

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Mmmmmm waves and sunset light.

BOOM! ;)

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Kalalau as seen from the river during a wonderful summer sunset. Dug this out from July '09. Thought it was worth sharing. What a place!!

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This photo of the Matterhorn taken on a cold evening in October conveys a mystic atmosphere. After the first snowfall, the Stelli Lake is slightly snow-covered but still ice-free. The long exposure captures the moving clouds above the mountain tops of the Valais Alps.

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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 brook carrying crystal-clear water runs through a mountain pasture that offers a panoramic view over the famous mountain peaks of the Bernese Oberland. Starting from left to right, the photo shows the last bit of daylight casting a fiery red glow on the mountain peaks Schreckhorn, Finsteraarhorn, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.

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The cloud curtain moved aside to briefly reveal a peek of the sun just as it was about to touch the horizon.

Location: Terra Nova, Richmond, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Nikkor 10-24mm.
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Why so orange? 180 degree pano.

Location: Quilchena, Richmond, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
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Use your imagination!

Location: Terra Nova, Richmond, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Nikkor 10-24mm.
Technique: Photomatix Pro 4.2 and Photoshop CS5 from 3 x RAW shot in 1.5 EV intervals.
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