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A great spot in my hometown of Rodeo, CA
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How is the world? it depends on how you look at it.
too many colors :hexentanz:








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Eden I:


Location: Japanese Gardens, Portland, OR, US

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Bukovina Romania.
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my Home, Hettstedt, Sachsen Anhalt, east germany

NIKON D80; 3 x RAW; HDR + Tonmapping

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Drowning Colors


As colors melt towards the horizon, their last spark of life is exhaled with vibrance and intensity... night will come soon, and there's nothing better for the end of one more day...



An old image of mine, shot about 3 years ago... I wish I had the time to submit the tons of images I have lurking in my hard disk.


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I think this is one of my best sunsets captured yet. I captured it on Mountain Spring Lake that is located in Neamt county, Romania. The light was amazing, so I stood there until the sun disappeared and took around 70 shots from different angles. Enjoy!
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:bulletgreen: ALSO ON MY NEW CALENDAR! :bulletgreen:


Raised by Trees + CALENDAR by Miguel-Santos
Raised by Trees • 2015





Sintra, Portugal.

I wonder if we can preserve
these magnificent forests for
the countless generations to come...

Anyway... enjoy and THANKS! :)


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Believe it or not, this morning was almost TOO foggy.

Denton, TX
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Talamanca del Jarama
Madrid (España)
October ´11




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This is why I go up the mountain every day, and it makes things more fun when able to capture such cool shapes within the aurora.

Oh an may i add, it has been some heavy days lately, have to dress for standing still, which means when moving up a mountain with all the camera gear it is quite hard. :D
But it is all worth it for a shot like this, I am very proud of this cause I feel I was finaly able to capture the aurora where it speaks for itself with almost no foreground help. :)


For the post processing: contrast +30, clarity +32, lower by 300 temp to bring forth the stars, increased whites and blacks by a smidge, reduced the purple saturation a tad, lens correction.
Used hyperfocal distance to get everything in focus, so wasnt much need for sharpening really, but added some to it.

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West Virginia
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Taken September 2014 on a two day backpack. Mon Forest WV.
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Dunloup Creek Falls in autumn.
New River Gorge, WV
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Photo taken 5/21/11. Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #5 passes Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #11 at Spruce, WV. Shay #11 sits on a siding for a caboose to be stored. Photo at Cass Railfan Weekend.
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Any productive comments are greatly appreciated. Ran away from the crowd of campers and hopped a fence into someones yard to take this shot.
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Red huckleberry heaths in the central Appalachian Mountains.
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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.

Nikon D200
Sigma 10-20mm EX HSM lens
Hitech Grad ND filter
5 exposures
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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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This capture shows again my preference for striking trees, found this one near my home.
Used a 550nm filter for this capture and added more saturation to the colors to achieve that effect in post processing.

Location: Stadtpark, Nuernberg

Tools of trade:
Nikon D7000, Nikkor AF-S 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED, Schott OG 550 IR-Filter


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Other photos of the colors of Autumn series:
The colors of Autumn - Part VIII by myINQI The colors of Autumn - Part VI by myINQI The colors of Autumn - Part V by myINQI The colors of Autumn - Part I by myINQI The colors of Autumn - Part II by myINQI The colors of Autumn - Part IX by myINQI

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Wilson Peak - San Juan Mountains - Telluride, Colorado

The Wilson Mesa area of Telluride Colorado has some of the world's greatest mountain scenery no matter what the season. To witness it in all of its glory though, one must visit during a small window of time in early October. The aspens turn to gold and the fourteen thousand foot mountains recieve their first major dusting of snow, altering the views in the valley into indescribeable scenes of natural beauty.  It was an incredibly crisp and cold morning when I made this image. Waiting for the first rays of sun to kiss the summit of Wilson Peak was a chilly endeavor. Happily for me the air was clear, the aspens were golden and when the light finally broke on this perfect autumn morning I was able to make the image I was hoping for. 


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Edit: stoked at my fifth Daily Deviation. Thank you so much :iconanoya: (Anoya) for featuring me, and :icontimberclipse: (TimberClipse), :iconbokehlight: (BokehLight), and :iconmiguel-santos: (Miguel-Santos) for suggesting the image for a Daily Deviation.

One of my favourite places in New Zealand, is beautiful Lake Matheson.

On favourable mornings, the reward for your early morning hiking aspirations is a crystal clear and calm lake offering pristine reflections of the alpine spectacle before your eyes.

Not the most conducive cloud cover formation for a landscape image (covering Mount Cook wholesale), but, after a failed attempt the morning prior, I was thankful for the fire in the sky this second morning's attempt.

This is an image from my spring 2011 campaign of the South Island.

Canon EOS-5D Mark II, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
13s f/16.0 at 50.0mm iso100

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See mighty mount Watzmann surroundet by the colours of autumn.
Berchtesgaden, Bavaria (Germany)
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Place: Köhniönjärvi Jyväskylä - Finland

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fog
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Landscape from Bukovina,Romania.
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On an extremely foggy morning, long before the sun is due to come up, this tiny owl is out of its burrow and on the lookout for prey. The fog enshrouding the prairie gave the whole scene an un-earthly feel. With all the subdued landscape around me, the piercing yellow eyes of the little predator were all the more impressive.

Burrowing Owl - (Athene cunicularia) - Pawnee Grasslands - Colorado


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Landscape from Bukovina,Romania.
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According to legend, Semiramis was the daughter of the sea-goddess Derketo of Ascalon in Syria and a mortal. Her mother abandoned her at birth and drowned herself. The child was fed by doves until she was found and brought up by Simmas, the royal shepherd.

It appears ironic that this ship, named after her, seems to have met Derketo in her watery grave, rusting quietly to oblivion on a rocky beach in Andros Island.

... or maybe not so quietly. We kept her company for 4 mornings and afternoons waiting for a break in the sky and had the chance to hear her moaning as she settled deeper into the sea. Imagining the thunderous noise of her impact upon the rocks on the day her journey ended was unavoidable. As is her fate.

Location: Andros Island, Greece

tech stuff

Camera: Nikon D300
Lens: Tokina 12-24mm @14mm
Aperture: f/11
Shutter Speed: 480sec
ISO: 200

*filters*
Lee 2 stops ND soft graduated filter (0.6)
Lee "Big Stopper" ND (10 stops ND)
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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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The most beautiful forest I have ever visited.
It's called the "Forest of Las Mercedes"/Anaga/Tenerife.
There were many wafts of mist, the trees, I think they're laurels, were overgrown with moss. The forest is mysterious, like a fairytale. :wow:

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Chimp country! Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania.
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:D My favorite shot of this lake :D

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To My Girl :heart: Have a safe trip my love!


Was busy minding my on business driving along as you do,when a quick glance to starboard or is it Port? Anyway this lovely looking scene was also going about it`s business at the same time,so I pulled over,grabbed my cam and fired off 4 machine gun shots,Bam,bam,bam,bam and was back in the car inside a minute,maybe 2...but it was quick I know,probably the quickest Panorama I`ve ever shot,certainly didn`t have time to boil an egg.
Some folk will say a burnt out sky,I like to think at these times,it`s just the Gods taking a peek through the curtains to admire the view and check if everything`s allllllllright or as my buddy Handi Sandie would say "...it's just like an amazing burst of light that couldn't be contained..." ;p


Thanks for looking,have a good one :thanks:


4 shot Panorama via Canon 10-22mm[_][_][_][_]



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Canon 40D
Black Mountains/Brecon Beacons,
Wales





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Into the vault and a trip to Elan Valley,a personal escape always for me...a better comp to be had here next time I go.


2 shot tonemapped Panorama via Canon 10-22mm

Have a good one,thanks for looking :thanks:



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Canon 40D
Elan Valley,Wales





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I can look at this and can easily envision a herd of Triceratops & Bronto`s happily grazing alongside a bunch of other otherosaurases many many moons and suns ago.

Titled inspiration from those classic shit Doug McClure Prehistoric monster movies from the late 70`s early 80s I loved as a kid :popcorn:
Anyone else liked those... :aww: Nostalgia...can`t beat your childhood memoirs.

Thanks for looking,have a good one :salute:


4 shot Panorama via Canon 10-22mm



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Brecon Beacons,Wales





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Looks like Winter`s not gonna be around as bad or for as long as it was last year,thank god cos I miss shooting some scapes.
I love to plough up here now and again and soak up this view,had it all to myself this particular day :meditate:


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Tonemapped 5 shot handheld Panny via Canon 10-22mm featuring Circular Polariser
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They rarely ever come true,but I do enjoy playing them out here
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3 shot Panorama via Canon 10-22mm

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:bulletred: If you like my photography, please considering purchasing a print, the sales will go towards repairing my camera- After having medical bills from being very sick, I don't have the cash to repair it so I am trying to drum up print sales so I may continue to do what I love; photography. Sunday night while on a photoshoot up in the mountains, my camera gave up the ghost. It would appear the shutter died completely. After having just spent nearly a full week very ill in the hospital, I don't have the money to get a new camera or even repair it (it's loooong out of warranty) They say when it rains it pours, I think I must be going through a flood. I'm quite sad by it all as photography is my relief from an otherwise completely crazy world, it offers me peace of mind which I don't find anywhere else. This year has been incredibly hard for me, from being sick where I am facing my own mortality (because being septic is fun! Not.) to finances from hospital bills to just keeping my sanity, I have always gone to my camera to find comfort. Not much I can do now though I guess. I'll be honest with you all, it's hard being on here seeing everyone's awesome photos knowing that you can't do a dang thing to enjoy the same thing. In fact, it is downright depressing. Literally. Maybe I'll find a winning lotto ticket on the street lol One of my friends was nice enough to let me borrow his brand new Sony a65 until I can raise enough funds to repair mine. I need to buy him a few beers.

About the photograph-There is just something I love about country roads, always have and always will. Bathed in the sunlight of morning golden hour, I almost missed this shot as I was looking for wildlife to photograph and then I noticed the leading lines and sunlight. One of the things I enjoy doing is photographing what I call "compression landscapes". Basically it involves shooting an image, usually a landscape or travelscape, with a very long lens in the range of 400-500mm. Some of my best and favorite images have been captured this way. It's amazing what you can notice that the human eye otherwise wouldn't. That is how I shot this scenic, using my 500 to gaze far down the road and shot in HDR to hold back the highlights some. I am going to have to get back here at the height of Autumn when the trees are bathed in orange, yellow and gold and shoot it then as well. I imagine it will be absolutely gorgeous!
---John

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Before I saw Lord of the Rings, this is how I thought all of New Zealand looked.
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The Amazing Milford Sounds in the Fiordland National Park, New Zealand on the South Island.

A very spiritual place... well it felt like it anyway.

Mitre Peak (centre left)

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Taken on the Awhitu Peninsula in Auckland New Zealand at sunset on the 18/02/2012



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