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The Ore Mountains covered in deep snow on a very cold day in January 2010. The panoramic photo capturing a magnificent sunset was taken on top of the rock 'Malý Háj'.

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Rainbows
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Waterfall at Roughting Linn, northumberland
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Double rainbows at early dawn touched the aspen forest.
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Another sunset rainbow :heart: Sunset Rainbow by kayaksailor

Out enjoying the first sun we've seen in about a week when this incredible rainbow came into view :heart: Only a little bit of contrast tweaking...

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Morning showers bring rainbows. Aug '10.

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Day Sky
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Hernando Beach, Florida.
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The End of the Day

Heaven exists and I think I have found it! :) Standing on the eastern plains of Colorado and watching the sun sink behind the front range of the Rockies. Life doesn't get much better!

Captured on my Minolta 5D, using a Minolta 50mm f1.7 lens, Dynatran Tripod and a Singh-Ray CPL.

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The Days Last Light

Welcome to where Paradise meets Serenity on the eastern Plains of Colorado.........
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Sunsets
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Autumn 2011
Switzerland

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By a cold winter day, we were walking at sunset on the "Géant" Glacier, in Mont-Blanc mountains, french alps...
The summit in the far, is the Dent du Géant (litteraly the Giant's Tooth ^^), a 4013m peak...


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After outdriving and shooting a monster stormcell in the Tsaucheb valley all afternoon, the storm headed Southwards into the dune sea just a few km short of the Sossusvlei 4x2 parking lot and I headed into the cracked pans to get ready for sunset. The magical recipe of geographical circumstances at Sossus did what I knew it would and the sun dipped in below the cloud cover briefly illuminating the dunes in blood-red light and painting a partial rainbow in the storm. I've experienced a lot of amazing sunsets in my life, but the location of this was one was just too good to be true and I all I could utter was a few laughs of disbelief.

Tsaucheb Valley Dunes, Namib Naukluft Park, Namibia

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Port Willunga
South Australia

Sometimes, when you drive out in hope of a good dawn in the darkness, you just get lucky. This morning was one of those days when grey skies lit up for a few minutes including a very truncated rainbow in the distance. On a cold wet winter morning, I had this place all to myself to appreciate and it reminded me that no matter how many times you visit the same spot , it is never the same! It probably takes some imagination to see a dragon churning the waters but I think I can see one :P

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Great Falls National Park, VA. This is a location along the Potomac I have been waiting to capture for many years. Finally got the right combination of water level, clouds and light to make it happen. Taken on Sunday morning at sunrise.
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Man in Nature
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The Dark Hedges, Co Antrim, N. Ireland
An interesting attraction is the Dark Hedges, an avenue of beech trees south of Ballycastle near Armoy. Ballypatrick Forest lies on the Ballycastle to Cushendall road and has a number of view points, walks, a scenic drive, and picnic areas :)
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Finally arriving at Arthur-von-Schmid-Haus (alpine hut at 2281m), Nationalpark Hohe Tauern, Austria.
Part of series "Surrounding Dösener See"
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Composite of whole series:

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Nikon D90
Nikon AF-S NIKKOR DX 18-105mm 1:3.5-5.6G ED VR
Shot in RAW

Revisited some old shots from Summer 2009.
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Hello All,

Last september in Iceland, we spent a night under a magical sky in a totally desertic area.
Maybe the most amazing night I spent in a wild place, with these green lights always changing and falling over us in sweet movements. The show lasted well into the night, and we had many time to take some photographs. One of the dream of the nature photographer, and one of my dreams.

Iceland - F210 - September - 00h29
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Korpudalur
Iceland

A wondrously still lake surface reflects the setting sun in a glorious moment of solitude.


Edit: Wow, thanks for the DD! Totally unexpected, cheers all! :)

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Rainbows
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Valle del Rio Fitz Roy, El Chalten, Patagonia Argentina

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I have very few shots of Tunnels Beach and so I set out to capture sunrise over the next 3 days, timed for low tide. Of course I woke up to rain, as is typical on Kauai, but this was a bit more consistent for July. Heading out anyway I got to my location and waited...and waited. Sunrise came without any real fanfare but I knew it was rainbow conditions if the clouds broke. After standing in the on and off rain for over an hour the sky brightened and this brilliant rainbow arched across the landscape. Now to go back and try and get a full reflection! From this morning (7/29/12).

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I took this shot just south of Kiama. I saw this rainbow in the car on the way to the beach. (I always seem to be in the car when a rainbow appears) It stayed for a little while then disappeared of course as soon as I pulled up. Luckily it gave me a second chance about 20 minutes later :)

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Bombo NSW, Australia.

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Taken in Sedona, AZ with ~raiyneofgailin.

We hoped to grab an evening shot of Cathedral Rock silhouetted by the sunset (which had been magnificent the past two days) but failed to do our research and ended up on the west side of the park with the sun blocked by clouds and quickly retreating to the horizon. As we hiked in and set up for a couple uninspired shots, the rain came.

Dashing back toward the cars, I kept an eye out for rainbows, common occurrences in Sedona, especially during the monsoon season. As luck would have it, the sun broke through the overcast haze and projected a giant double rainbow right over Cathedral Rock. ~raiyneofgailin dashed back to our previous location for some shots while I decided to wade across a knee deep river and set up shop on some dry rocks in the middle of its waters.

After slipping several times (with all my gear), I set up the tripod and fired off a few frames just before the rainbow faded. Shortly afterward, the rain turned into a downpour, soaking my equipment and myself. I managed to lose my 24-70 lens hood in the disorganized retreat, but I feel it was worth this beautiful image.

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Landscapes
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2011 Chrysler 300.
Southern California. December 4-7, 2010.
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Those clouds... I shot this angle low specifically to showcase those amazing clouds that were rolling in off the ocean, after the rain.
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You wanna hear about the deal I'm makin'?
And if I only could
Make a deal with God
And get him to swap our places
Be running up that road
Be running up that hill...

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Heraklion, Crete ,Greece
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Dubai City.
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Landscapes
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I've checked the NG page today and is all about Great Migrations. I remembered that I have some shots taken with my old camera... So I'm going to upload them in a short series...
I. wildebeest on the African plains
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Winter - in the eleventh month
Snow falls thick and fast.
A thousand mountains, one color.
Men of this world passing this way are few.
Dense grass conceals the door.
All night in silence, a few woodchips burn slowly
As I read the poems of the ancients.

-- Ryokan, 18th Century, C.E.

A warm sunset at a smelly pond.
Cleaned it up a little, not the pond, only the photo.

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Sigma 10-20mm EX HSM lens
Hitech Grad ND filter
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The Watchman at dawn, Zion National Park. Read more about the making of this image on my daily photoblog: [link]
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I took this on a shorter two day tramp around Mount Somers in the Canterbury foothills. This was the sunrise the morning after Winter Blues and the fog from the night before was still hanging around at sunrise and lit up beautifully, especially as it hugged the native New Zealand bush.

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A stitch of 5 vertical shots with a very tough exposure shooting into direct sunlight. The lack of my panoramic tripod head meaning I had to deal with a lot of parallax errors, but Im happy with the end result, and I can assure you that the colours were just as amazing to the eye!
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An amazing sunrise I've witnessed this morning, very very cold with the wind but it was worth it! =)


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A summer sunrise over a field of poppies just beginning to catch the first rays of light of the day. Taken at 5am the same morning as my previous upload 'Glowing Poppies' (which was taken an hour and a quarter later in case you were wondering.)

This is one of those images that looked pretty good 'au naturel', and it was a bit of a dilemma whether to just leave it be or go with a more 'artistic' interpretation... weighing it up in the end I felt a darker approach really helped convey the mood of the moment and bring out the glow of the first light of the day. Thoughts welcome as always!



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We set out early in the morning to make our way to the Olympic Peninsula for a day of waterfalls, Forks, and sunset at 2nd Beach.

I made *blyndspy pull over because the trees looked so pretty as we were driving through the morning fog. He pulled off and followed a dirt road for a bit until we came to this spot. We were both so intent on shooting the fog and trees that it didn't dawn on either of us that we were going to be treated to a beautiful sunrise over the distant Cascade Mountains. This is one of the later shots, after the sun rose and started beaming through the trees.

Those accidental or surprise sunrise/sunsets are always the best. :nod:

And you all know me well enough to know that sunbeams + fog = happy LeeAnne. :)

Sunrise on the Olympic Peninsula, WA
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There are times when photographing that I get lucky and the light and the whole scene just comes together...lucky to be standing witnessing that most people either pay no attention to at all or are to busy inside their homes to notice. Such was this scene at the Sunflower fields here on Colorado. Photographed at sunset, there was some outflow going on from a storm over the mountains and as it flowed eastward it created what is known as "verga" (rain that dissipates before hitting the ground) setting up an incredible sunset with some crazy dynamic range. The dynamic range was so insane that I actually had to use my Sony a550s in camera HDR set to +2.5 combined with a 2 stop GND and CPL to get it all. I also decided to capture it using a panorama setting.

Yeah it was a productive year for Sunflowers! I hope you all enjoy it

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Mondeval, Dolomites

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One of those shots which could easily cross-over into a bunch of other categories for me such as"Street","City Life",etc but I decided it was more Architectural than anything else.


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2 Tonemapped RAW files Shot in a Vertically Panorama style via Samyung 8mm fisheye



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Snowdon, at 1080m, is the highest mountain in the British Isles outside of Scotland. Snowdon is to the right of the image and opposite on the left is Garnedd Ugain, a peak just 20m lower than Snowdon itself. Below are the lakes Glaslyn and Lynn Lydaw with the impressive Lliwedd ridge in the distance which we had walked the day before. The ridge in front and to the left form a horseshoe which provides not only excellent photographic opportunities but also an outstanding mountain route. Our camp location can be seen just beneath Y Lliwedd

In 2004, when I was 16, my Dad took my brother and me up our first mountains; first Cadair Idris and then Snowdon. I had recently bought my first camera, a 2MP Canon A40, which came along for the ride. Although the images were snapshots one photo has stayed with me since, a view quite similar to this looking down over Glaslyn and Lynn Lydaw and across to Snowdon and Y Lliwedd. My photography has progressed since then and for a long time it has been in the back of my mind to return to Snowdon in the winter to photograph the sunrise over the Snowdon Horseshoe.

We got up at 5am to force ourselves out of our warm sleeping bags and into the cold. Fortunately the wind had all but vanished and once we were moving we were warm enough. After packing up we headed off in the dark to the summit of Snowdon, an easyish 200m climb from where we had slept. We were on the summit an hour before sunrise and whilst Guy stayed to take his photos from the top I descended slightly to the saddle between Snowdon and Garnedd Ugain from where I had taken the first image 9 years previously. A gap on the horizon in the direction of sunrise was a clear indication that I was going to get some brief but wonderful light. I spent the next 20 minutes trying to arrange my composition, setting up my camera and making sure everything was perfect. When the light came I went through a methodical process of shooting the panorama over and over to ensure I had captured the best light. Once I was satisfied I ran down the slope to a different composition but the light had gone. As we walked off Snowdon back to the car the clouds came in again bringing the weather full circle. In all we only had 20 minutes of sunlight in Snowdonia, but it came at just the right time!
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Isle of Skye, UK
Autumn 2012

With the aim of shooting some Scottish Landscapes in dynamic weather I started my trip to Great Britain in mid-November and traveled for about 5 weeks trough the country. My journey took me from the south coast of England via Northumberland to Scotland. In Scotland I traveled from the Isle of Skye to Caithness, Torridon and Assynt. As expected the weather conditions were very contrary (snow, sun, storm, rain). The exposed position at the Atlantic Ocean is responsible for the unpredictable weather in western Scotland. Often it’s possible to experience several seasons within one day. Although it often wasn’t very easy to keep my camera dry, I was rewarded with a variety of spectacular sunrises and sunsets.

In the second part of my UK-series 2013, I present the images of the Isle of Skye. The fascinating hills and the impressive coastline are typical for the Scottish landscape. The weather was as expected at the end of November – very rough. During my ten-day stay there was no day without rain and storm. But in the rare minutes when the sun showed the landscape turned into a fairy tale world and I was spectacular rewarded for the long rainy waiting times. I'll upload them here on DA during the next days. English descriptions and more shoots will follow soon!



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Sunset across Rannoch Moor, Scotland.

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