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Been going through some more of my photos from Iceland last September. Here's another shot of Seljalandsfoss, taken just before sunset.

Made up of 2 photos to include a little more in the foreground. Luckily managed to capture a few people behind the falls (on the right) to show the scale.

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Lake Guichard - Col de la croix de Fer - French Alps

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Vanoise national park - French Alps

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View of the giants of the Alps from near Chésérys Lake in the red needles mountain with the Aiguille verte and the Mer de Glace...

French Alps

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still have plenty of pics to share from my wonderful and beautiful time in West Virginia.
once i laid my eyes up on this fall i spotted the location i wanted to capture it from..of course that location was probably the hardest spot in this area to get to! after descending a good thirty feet below the fall..i climbed/crawled back up the wet mossy rocks to this view. in setting up my tripod i realized the small pool in front of me was not a pool..but a void under the rock i was standing on..meaning underneath me was a good 20 foot drop to massive boulders. needless to say, the experience was definitely worth the muddy, smelly climb. after i got my shot..stood for a few minutes to bask in the falls beauty and mist..and figure out how to get back up above!

elakala #3 on shays run in blackwater river state park, WV

spectacular capture by [link] showing the view of this fall from the right..

and my view from across the creek..


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Circus of Consolation - Doubs - France

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*Update* - Re edited with use of luminosity masks for better contrast/color control

Another shot from my recent trip to the Smokies

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Stawa Mills - Stawa (a beacon) in the shape of a windmill , situated at the end of Western Breakwater in Swinoujscie. On its top there is a flashing light, which serves to navigation . It has a height of 10 m , is painted white and a black roof.
Stawa Mills is one of the symbols of Swinoujscie, as part of the official logo of the city. Photos of "windmills" are widely used in promotional materials, on postcards from Swinoujscie, covers guides, etc

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Location: Poland >> Świnoujście >> Baltic Sea.

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Location: Poland >> Wroclaw >> Valley of Bystrica river

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Location: Poland >> Tatra Mountains

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Location: Poland >> Rudawy Janowickie

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Location: Poland >> Rudawy Janowickie

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Once a king among kings, until it lost its temper and blew it's top.
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Here is another image from yesterday mornings sunrise at Abraham Lake. This amazing light did not last very long so it required a lot of running on the ice to try and find some different foreground. At one point my ice cleat flew off while in full sprint and I nearly took a spill, but luckily my ever so graceful arm flailing slowed me down enough that I did not fall.


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I was looking through my files from the start of this winter season and I discovered I had an unstitched panorama of Peyto Lake, one of my favourite places. I really enjoy the grand view of this area!!

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Taken in Coyote Gulch in Southern Utah. This was captured just after sunset, thus the intensely blue cast to everything. I could correct that, and balance the rest of the image to the blue (thus casting everything orange), but I really do prefer the natural look, here, as opposed to the "corrected" version.

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magic morning.
magic touch.
magic feeling.
rain.
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Albion Basin in Little Cottonwood Canyon is littered with a variety of wildflowers. I caught these Indian Paintbrush in the foreground as the setting sun hit some of the Wasatch's Peaks.


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Here we are at the basin of Upper Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. Going into this location and knowing it had been shot to death, I badly wanted to come away with a composition that would offer a different view than is normally seen. Deciding to jump the wooden fence and traipse across the restricted area for a bit, I found myself standing among a wide area of green overgrowth and large white flowers blowing fiercely in the strong winds coming off the falls. It was 9:30pm, well after sunset, and I knew keeping the flowers still in the frame would be impossible without pushing the camera to it's absolute physical limitations, resulting in a horrid image. I tried many different settings for this shot and ironically this is one of the first images from that area. I chose to sacrifice depth of field, and shot wide open at f/4. This allowed the greatest amount of limited light possible to enter the lens and hit the sensor. Setting my ISO to 1600, I increase the sensitivity of that sensor to the available light. This gave me an exposure time of 2.5 seconds, rendering the fast flowers as impressionistic smudges of white paint. People probably thought I was idiotic for standing there, still shooting in such dark conditions but it is truly astounding to see how a camera depicts what we can't readily see with our own eyes.

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Lhotse at sunrise, Everest Region, Nepal
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Koksu River. Steppe Samaha. Gorny Altai.
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A river flowing over red rocks high up in the Mountains in Arctic Norway. I will be leading a small exclusive hikingtour in here NeXT summer. 3 seats... (contact me if interested)

Meanwhile, the wintertours are filling up... If you want to explore the magnificent Lofoten Islands together with me  and +Stian Klo  , in addition to some unphotographed pearls on Senja Island. Head on over to www.lofotentours.com

Heres the winterschedule:

09/1 - 16/1 - Northern Lights in Lofoten With +Felix Inden 
18/1 - 25/1 - Chasing The Aurora Borealis
01/2 - 08/2 - Stetind & Lofoten Adventure (1 spot left)
20/2 - 02/3 - Exclusive Series - Lofoten & Senja With +Kah Kit Yoong 
13/3 - 23/3 - Exclusive Series - Lofoten & Senja with Ryan Dyar 
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Morning mood at the Cascade de Flumen in spring.

Jura, France
Spring 2014

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This shot is a part of the landscape calendar, which is now available! Go check it out :D

This is one of the most interesting ways I've ever seen water look. Let me explain how it managed to be five distinct colours at once. The sun is behind me on the left, and it's about 1 hour before sunset.

1) The green area on the left is shallow, and is colored primarily by the reflection of the pine trees on the slope along with the light reflecting off the bottom covered with silt.
2) The yellow spot just below (1) is a decaying tree on the bottom.
3) The red foreground is just the red rocks being lit up by the late sun.
4) The blue area towards top right is the reflection of the clear sky.
5) The purple area between (3) and (4) is a combination of those two.

Location: Garibaldi Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
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This shot is a part of the 2012 landscape calendar, which is now available! Go check it out :D

The only sound up there today was the whisper of the creeks flowing into the lake. The glacier is lost in the fog.

Location: Wedgemount Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
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If we could break down those walls to set you free, we would cause we out here, and we miss you.

If we could build a ladder that tall to come up and see you, we would cause we down here, and we miss you.



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This is photo was taken by my sister during her vacation on Mauritius. I was like, wow what an awesome shot you did there! Changed the whitebalance, added some contrast to the sky and fixed the sharpeness.

Hope you enjoy her result as much as i do!

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Water, Land and Sky, one of the best shots I got from paradise. Used my friends profesional waterproof camera.

Water(scape), Land(scape) and Sky? Dunno what category this is in :) I wanted it to show equal parts of the three, but it's not that easy :)
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A situation of high contrasts. The sunny overgrown background shows a big difference to the shadowy foreground with the path along the lakeside and some flowers.
(Location is lake Tappenkarsee in Austria)
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Proxy Falls is located in Oregon in the Three Sisters Wilderness.
It is one of the more beautiful waterfalls and needs to be seen in person to fully appreciate it, particularly its size.

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This one belongs in the 'Lazy Sod' category :D It only took about 10 minutes. A simple blend of two images. Just for fun.

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This shot was taken during Syawal Celebration at my village
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The old street that goes to Rionero Sannitico (Molise, Italy).
The view is in the direction of Castel di Sangro and Scontrone (both in Abruzzi, Italy).
This is also a view of Greco mount that this evening is hidden from the clouds.
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Karijini National Park
A single photograph of one of the many water falls located in the Karijini National Park Western Australia
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A lone fern is perfectly placed to get a continuous watering from this waterfall.
Curtis Falls , Mt Tamborine National Park, Queensland

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Water flowing from a rock shelf towards the ocean.

The rock shelf, Bangalley Headland, North Avalon NSW.

Canon EOS 7D, Manual Exposure, Shutter Speed 10, Aperture Value 11.0, Center-Weighted Average Metering, ISO 100,
Lens EF-S10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM @ 12.0 mm, Cokin 2 x GND8's & ND8 filters.
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Despite the cold (-14°C) it was about time to get out again for a little photo stroll. Haven't taken landscapes for almost 3 month now...

Once again we had fantastic weather today, so I headed out ~1h before sunset to find a nice place around my home. I decided to go to the lakes where I spend most of my freetime during my childhood. After a short time I found an interesting lake, completely covered with ice flowers and also swans were having an icy stroll on the ice...
After only 30 minutes of shooting I didn't feel my feet due to the cold and then I rushed back to the car. I couldn't even start driving properly, so I left the motor on and put my bare feet in front of the air vent until I gained back feeling in my feet :D

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Dylan and I recently came back from a 3-week trip to New Zealand's South Island. It was our first real holiday since Charlotte arrived and we were quite looking forward to it. I was a bit nervous about travelling with an 8-month old baby, but she turned out to be absolutely fantastic as we dragged her out for sunrise and sunset almost everyday.

On this night Dylan was not with us as he did an overnight trek on the Routeburn Track. It had been raining all day until suddenly at 4pm it ceased. The rain caused a multitude of small waterfalls to magically appear, cascading off the mountains around us. I was trying to feed Charlotte dinner in our accommodation and watching the sky very closely. As soon as she finished I rushed out with her and tried to capture what was left of the light - seems that I misjudged how long it takes to get a child fed, strapped into a carrier, covered with mesh (so sandflies don't bite her) and then lugging all the photographic gear to the right location.

Thankfully there was just enough interesting clouds catching the light to make my efforts worthwhile. Bowen Falls on the right hand side of the image is not normally so visible but there was so much water from the rain it was roaring.

Thanks to my hubby for helping me process the image!
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Piha, New Zealand.
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Spring 2012
Crozon, France

After spending 3 weeks shooting in northern france I released the results on my website. I'll upload them here on DA during the next days.

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Porec, Croatia
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