perhaps you might ask yourself why i took this shot, because there's not that normal kind of motive at this one. the point i love about that picture is that you can look at it for quite often and everytime you do so you might find another detail you did not see in the first place.
While my (and Kallista/~KiKi-Chan00777 's) trip to Europe was based around Holocaust education, we did spend some time in unrelated locations. I took the most photos of the trip of this cathedral, and none of the indoor ones turned out, nor did most of the outdoor ones.
The Cathedral of St. Vitus is located in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. Wikipedia: [link]
Just uploading something to let you guys know I'm not dead. Hopefully I'll have some more writing pieces up by the end of the month but with mid-terms... that might be difficult. Ah, Florence. I'd give anything to go back...
The Otay River channel as it passes under Interstate 5 in San Diego. Stumbled on this when out for a walk with Kim. I thought it looks a lot like the Mines of Moria from the LoTR. This is a five frame panorama. Download size is 8100x2500. I'll be uploading this plus two more panorama's to my stock account for manipulating.
Now to get some lighting, and return at night for a really moody photograph.
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Česk§ Krumlov hat nicht nur durch den historischen Sitz des Rosenberg Geschlechtes, welches eine Reihe von Schlossbauten in dem umfangreiche Burg- und Schlossareal umfasst, eine magischer AtmosphСre, sondern auch durch das Stadtzentrum mit seinen mittelalterlichen Gassen und Renaissance-Bauten. Hier ein Blick auf die kleine Burg mit dem Schlossturm.
The Old Bake House, Polperro, Cornwall. Polperro is full of little narrow streets with very quaint old buildings.
I played around with this vut technically I don't know if it is HDR but it looks it
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NY city intersection. So many people have asked about this photo, I thought I should answer some of the questions. No, its not done in photoshop and the blue is not added. Basically I took the photo and dropped all of the colors to black and white and then pulled back blue, I also brought back a hint of yellow to highlight the yellow cab. Ironically even the blue is lower than recorded by the camera, there is just so much blue neon lighting on this street that it just punches up like that compared to the other colors which have been dropped. I took the picture from the middle of the intersection when the light was red, handheld... I had to watch for the light to change. I walked out 3 times and got about 8 or 9 shots in total, this one I liked the best... I actually wanted the two cars leaving and entering the scene, I felt it represented what I felt as I stood there... Thank you so much for all of the positive feedback.