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I thought I had already uploaded this image, but I can't have....Christmas day 2012 :)


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Always love Autumn :D taken at Wallington Hall in Northumberland, England :D

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If you saw my "Morning sun" shot
Morning sun by starykocur
taken some nine months ago, you will easily recognize the same trees. The building on the Red Prądnik development in Kraków is obscured by the haze and leaves still present on the branches. It was a very chilly but sunny morning, therefore some hoarfrost can be seen on the plants not warmed by the sun yet.

I have returned to the same theme with a better camera and greater experience in photo-editing. The shot has been taken with the Sony A550 DSLR, and HDR has been created with Dynamic Photo HDR software.
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I did and found this there! :love:

The real joy in life, besides family (a mixed blessing at times :giggle:) is being able to witness this planets wonders...

Enjoy life, enjoy this planets wonders and don't forget to spread your arms wide and give Mother Nature a hug when you do :hug:

(yeah, you might get some funny looks from other folks but to each thier own ;))
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Capitol Peak with Fall foliage
Snowmass, Colorado
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Just had to paint a scene this week using what we had learned in class so far, so I ended up doing a scene pretty heavily inspired by Riven and The Book of Atrus. It's not any scene in particular, really, just capturing the general vibe of when Atrus and Katran first met.

(Photoshop CS6/CC)
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It's also Autumn in this world... a warm day : )

and oh it's a crystal tree wrapped around his tombstone
guarding by white ravens cos why the hell not...

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My last contribution to this project. :C

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This was late in the afternoon on a foggy day when the light was quickly fading.

Previous picture:
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Just before sunrise at the Windows. Looking through the North Window back to Turret Arch and beyond.

Arches National Park
4 November 2014

This is an HDR image consisting of 5 exposures merged in Photomatix Pro. Additional processing in Lightroom and Photoshop.

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ISO 100 28 mm ¹⁄₁₃ sec at ƒ / 11


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As I was happily shooting a dirt road with the sun rays piercing through the fog, Addam yelled, "Get in the car!" I quickly complied, and he threw it in reverse. As I held on for dear life, he finally stopped at the top of this gorgeous little creek -- which was also filled with the piercing rays and fog. I gasped, and we grabbed our cameras and descended into the creek bed, leaving the car parked right along the side of the road.

We shot until the fog passed, trying many different comps and angles. Such a challenging set of conditions to shoot in, that's for sure.

The funniest part of the whole experience was that half a dozen other cars stopped because they saw our car parked up at the road, no doubt trying to see what the attraction was. A couple of them took snapshots of their own, but many of them pointed and giggled to see the two crazy photographers splashing around in the creek below. :lol:

This creek has a name, I'm sure, but all I know is that it was near Nooksack Falls on Wells Creek Road.
Mount Baker Highway, WA
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The Palouse Falls cascades into a gorge which is located in the middle of farmland in central Washington state.
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Săo Pedro da Aldeia - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil (Information added on January 26, 2014.)
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You wouldn´t expect to see that in Northern Norway, would you? :D
Since spring has been extremely mild this year, everything was growing and had its full colours when I was on Lofoten. Already missing that paradise quite terribly...

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This is a very popular location on the South Coast and is about 1 1/2hrs drive from home.  We left at 3.30am and when we arrived there was hardly a cloud in the sky but within minutes the sky had clouded over.
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 (Grant Narrows Regional Park), BC, Canada

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Frozen by dashakern Path of Silence by dashakern Misty river by dashakern Insane Sunrise by dashakernThe sound of Winter by dashakernThe Dock by dashakern

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Dedicated to dear friends whom celebrating birthday today and following 5 days.
Happy birthday to all:party::heart:

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A wider view of the park.
Larnaca, Cyprus
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Dublin, Ireland
2012
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This image was made from Cirje. On the picture is Miren, Slovenia EU.


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Another image from that day.
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A patch of sunshine illuminates the changing oaks as snow falls...
New snow by kayaksailor
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Butley Mills is a tide mill, not in production now. Our apartment was directly above this room
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I've driven by this old, old abandoned tanker trailer in Hammond, Montana for years.  I always wanted to get a day with some cool clouds to go with the shot but every time it's nothing but blue skies until this time ;) 

I think the tanker trailer dates to the 1950s.  It still has something in it as what looks like used motor oil is leaking on the right side.  Probably the trailer was used for that purpose before everybody left.  Anyway, I got my shot and applied a grungy HDR treatment to it to bring out the great rusty texture.  I guess if the E.P.A. wants to haul it off they can now :laughing:

By the way--this scene is right off highway 212 in Montana.  Easy to get to if you like to drive.  There are also a couple buildings--an abandoned café/bar type place and a gas/post office also abandoned.  I've been in both structures looking for photos but someone more creative than I will have to find what I could not in them :camera:
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more and more anymore  words fail my meaning
but I remain very fond of the poetical form
and have been much honoured by the works of the good sir :iconalecbell:

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I woke up as the sun was reddening;
and that was the one distinct time in my life,
the strangest moment of all,  when I didn't know who I was
- I was far away from home,   haunted and tired with travel,
in a cheap hotel room I'd never seen,
hearing the hiss of steam outside,
and the creak of the old wood of the hotel,
and footsteps upstairs,  and all the sad sounds,
and I looked at the cracked high ceiling
and really didn't know who I was for about fifteen strange seconds.
I wasn't scared; I was just somebody else,  some stranger,
and my whole life was a haunted life,   the life of a ghost


-J Kerouac
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Thank you kindly for taking the time to have a look. That means the most to any visual artist.
Forgive my turning off comments. There is nothing to say that hasn't already been said.
I'm sincerely grateful for your support although I do find faving to be a pointless DA ritual Peace

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Because when the smack begins to flow
I really don't care anymore
About all the Jim-Jim's in this town
And all the politicians makin' crazy sounds
And everybody puttin' everybody else down
And all the dead bodies piled up in mounds

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Whitecliffs Walkway
North Island , New Zealand

Between New Plymouth and Tongaporutu, follow the signs to this walkway then walk along the beach at low tide. You will see these amazing walls where the water drops over the edge!
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Sail Rock,
Cathedral Cove, New Zealand

Cathedral cove is an icon of North Island located near the town of Hahei. On a holiday weekend, we stayed a few nights and visited the cove on a few occasions getting a variety of different conditions. This was taken with a big stopper on an evening facing away from the sun.
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Mount Ngongotaha as seen from the eastern shore of Lake Rotorua on an evening that was as changeable as NZ is weather known to be.
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I imagine everybody is sick to death of seeing those abstracts I've been posting so I'll shoot you a fastball right in the strike zone from one of the few storms I actually got to shoot last summer.  This was taken north of Lusk, Wyoming about 10 miles.  Cool little storm with lots of frequent cloud to cloud lightning and a few cloud to ground strokes thrown in for flavor. 
My focus was off just a little and that's why I've hesitated to post any of the shots.  I'm still adjusting to life with bifocals and getting focus right at night is a real problem.  Using the live view and zooming in is about the only way :shrug:

Oh well, like this photo or it's back to the abstracts! :evillaugh:
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SOMA, TURKEY    If your pain is my pain
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I recently found out this piece was selected for Spectrum 21:)

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Personal work.

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I will be at IlluxCon this week and NYC Comic Con next month. Let me know if you will be attending either of these events.
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Rose sticking out through a picket fence.  Three houses down from where I live, I walked past this rose at least 100 times before I made a point to take a photo of it.

Nikon D200, with Zeiss Planar 80mm/f 2.8 lens (via adapter)
Annapolis, Maryland
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I remember. I remember the beginning. I remember the end. In the blackest hours she was lost in the wildflowers. In the end, did I really ever find her again?

It wasn't the memory.

It wasn't the loss.

It was the rain showers in between the sunshine.

It was the sweet grass scent on the wind.

It was facing a new world as a solitary being.

The truth becomes us. Asks us what mistakes we will make now and forces an answer we can't bring ourselves to say out loud.

I remember and I remember the echoes in between.

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For my mom

Something I really like is when some photo I have taken or something I've written inspires someone else to create their own expression.  Jessica's poem is first rate and definitely worth reading and after reading--hang a favorite on it :+fav:
Bravo! :clap:
 

SeamsLove--
the thread that stitches us together
as life's needle weaves her way in and out.
it is the thing that keeps us intact in the in-between.
yesterdays and tomorrows.
sunshine and raindrops.
laughter and tears.
memories and dreams.
darkest night and the full promise of day.
love always lingers, even as we go--
it remains alive in each stitch.

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Well! Something crossed off my bucket list! :excited: I finally (FINALLY) got to shoot the Aurora Borealis! After all the times I watched the Aurora website and chasing out to a location when the conditions were supposedly 'right' and coming home with nothing the Aurora creeped up on me when I didn't expect it. It's been a week or more since this was shot and I don't remember the exact date--it's listed with the exif info on the right though

but I was READY when I saw a flash of color in my rear view mirror north of Lusk, Wyoming. I pulled over to see a vibrant display of these purple and magenta pillars. I had known the aurora was happening when I left on my trip even though the sky was overcast--through a hole in the gloom I could see a green glow which is all the aurora we usually get this far south when in North Dakota they might be getting a dazzling display. This time we got it!

I only got three frames and of those this is the only one that was bright enough to work up and post. Yes, I have edited this shot some to bring out the contrast and color of the display but have added no extra color like saturation. Mostly I made white balance adjustments and contrast adjustments with some mild tone mapping.

When the pillars were happening you really couldn't see the colors--just a ghostly shimmering in the sky. It wasn't until the shot showed up on the camera LCD that the colors showed up.

Anyhoo--I am a happy boy :aww: I hope you like it too! :popcorn:
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But no one really cares...

I heard once that the definition of insanity was doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.

My advice? Take a chance and see where the new fork in the road takes you.
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...Just when everyday seemed to greet me with a smile
sunspots have faded
and now I'm doing time
Now I'm doing time...

Fell On Black Days by Soundgarden [link]

Hand-held, 4 shot panorama taken while waiting to unload near Wright Wyoming. I was very taken with the sunrays turning to seemingly black rays from the sun (shadows actually).

The Black Rays are over the largest open coal mine in the world--the Black Thunder Mine. If on'y they would let me in there with my camera for some pics of the Huh-yooge drag-lines and shovels they have! :plotting: Alas, they don't take kindly to (unapproved--meaning professional photographers meaning to cast the mine in the the best light) cameras around thier mine.

Anyway, I've not been shooting much. Just a few shots here and there and a few fun-filled minutes the other day chasing butterflies around the Grand Tetons :shrug: The title, inspired by the song, really kind of sums up my photography these days. I'm too busy to scratch my...left ear and when I do have some time I'd rather catch up on sleep than chase light.

I hope you're all enjoying your summer and not baking to well done or getting swept away with floods. It's those extremes this year and nothing else.

I dedicate this panorama to a good friend of mine, HarleeRider :iconharleerider: Glad you stood to remain my friend :manhug: Here's to better days ahead! :highfive:
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Voices of the Anasazi by David Arkenstone [link]

What or who do you hear? :meditate:

Dead Horse Point...Canyonlands
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