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Tunbridge Wells Spa Valley Railway - Evening visit
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This is one of my first captures with my new setup (Nikon D800 and Nikons 14-24mm 2.8)
The capture is done at the northern parts of Norway, Nordreisa to be precise.
It's not quite there yet, but it I'm in awe of my new setup!

Edit: Removed some noise.
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A panorama with experimented colours :)
Shot in Vietnam.
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I had to shot this little cottage that looks very romantic standing alone on the mountain.

Location: Magdalensberg in Carinthia/Austria.

If you want this picture as wallpaper, take a look on Interfacelift.com: [link]

20th November 2012:
Thanks for all fav supports! I am sorry that I couldn't answer everyone personally.
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Cascata delle Marmore - Terni
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Mavrovo, Macedonia

Other photos of the series "Lost religion":
Lost religion 5 by BojkovskiLost religion 4 by BojkovskiLost religion 3 by BojkovskiLost religion 2 by BojkovskiLost religion by Bojkovski


:camera:
D800
Nikkor 14-24mm F2.8
(F5.6, 20 sec, iso 1600)

Visit my other galleries:
500px, Flickr,

instagram:
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This image is in October poll by :iconthefavouriteshowcase: You can vote here [link]

Canon 5D Mk II
17-40

f/4, 30s, ISO 3200 for sky and reflection
f/4, 283s, ISO 1600 for everything else
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Edit~

Re-Process and a whole hundred pixels bigger!




Common questions: 

Bigger?

No, sorry!



Is it real?

Yes. 

There are two versions of this photo. One that is longer and this one. I THOUGHT they were the same photo but apparently they are not. Either only the long one is a stitch, or they both are (I usually do 2-3 sweeps, especially for night time panoramas) and I suspect different software parameters partly played a role in the difference (I may have stitched only 2-3 images for one and 3-5 for the other. Maybe when I dig deep enough into my photo backups I will uncover the exact truth, because the truth right now is I just don't know!

I used a tripod and cable release. The EXIF data is missing because I now tend to save in .PNG format for web. If you have any questions about the processing or shooting techniques used here, ask!

The other version is now posted. I will link it here eventually. The NR is a little strong on the other version which partly contributes to the difference but you can see big differences between the two especially in some of the aurora shapes. 

Where is this?

About 40km from a small town called Fort Smith near the Alberta/Northwest Territories border. The waterscape is a bend of the gargantuan Slave River (a mile across on average), which runs from mid Alberta all the way into the Great Slave Lake.

The water empties from the Slave Lake and becomes the Mackenzie River, feeding into more separate lakes and rivers and underground waterways than you might imagine. Most of Canada's water, and a large portion of the worlds fresh water, can be found in this region and Canada's north in general. The Mackenzie continues northward, where it empties out into the Arctic Ocean.

The waterscape is not an ocean =P A few have made the mistake of thinking the shapes near the shore are waves. If you look closely you can see cracks in the "waves." It is just irregular shapes created on the spring ice because our melt takes several months.

Are there really that many (viewable) stars where I live in the night sky?

Technically, for the most part, yes. I estimate the image is around a couple stops brighter than visible with the naked eye. In complete darkness (in the absence of light from the blue spectrum), a protein called rhodopsin begins to accumulate in the rods of your eye, put simply. After about 40 minutes it reaches its peak and could be compared to raising the ISO sensitivity of a camera. This process is called dark adapting your eyes.

Combined with fully dilated pupils, the swath of the milky way and thousands of stars are visible. It is absolutely, insanely beautiful. I have been fascinated with it since I was young. I can't wait to buy a deep sky telescope.
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Today I dedicated this to two wonderful friends
Wishes for the sweetest birthday :party:
May You both have many beautiful sunrises & sunsets
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Skyscrapers swallowed by the fog, seen from the 85th floor of Princess Tower in Dubai Marina.

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I took this photo while taking our puppy, Duncan, on his first ever road trip. He got to watch his first sunset over the Lake and experience playing in the sand and running away from the incoming waves. I absolutely love how this photograph turned out. :D

Other:


Lake Michigan Sunset by JessicaDobbs Sunrise on Lake of the Clouds by JessicaDobbs I want to see mountains again, Gandalf... by JessicaDobbs Sunset over Detroit by JessicaDobbs 
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done in one night, whew!
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Alone.
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I'll latch onto this grayscale
Till our colors meet.
My spirit has long since faded away
It's the only thing that gives me glory.
I've been listening to everything they say
Been digging my own rut.
The mud has forever stained my feet
Beginning to lose sight of my story.

I will hold, hold on hope.
See past the patterns in this kaleidoscope.
I will hold on hope.
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Night has always pushed up day
You must know life to see decay
But I won't rot, I won't rot
Not this mind and not this heart,
I won't rot.

And I took you by the hand
And we stood tall,
And remembered our own land,
What we lived for.

And there will come a time, you'll see, with no more tears.
And love will not break your heart, but dismiss your fears.
Get over your hill and see what you find there,
With grace in your heart and flowers in your hair.

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Photograph taken in Scotland / Loch Ness with the canon eos 5D Mark II + canon 16-35 L Mark II + tripod manfrotto 190 XPROB.

Other images from this trip in Scotland :


Sound of silence by zardo
Timeless by zardoWhite wolf sanctuary by zardo
Once upon a time by zardoSadness by zardoPath of lights by zardo


Copyright © Behrouz Riahi, allias Zardo. All rights reserved. My images may not be reproduced or used in any form without my written permission.
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no photoshop
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The Pinnacles Desert, Nambung National Park, Western Australia
The Pinnacles are located about 2.5 hours north of Perth. This desert of limestone projections rising out of the sand is a popular attraction by day, but I think it's much more interesting at night under the milky way.

Winter is the best time for the Milky Way in Australia, when most of the arc is high above the horizon during waking hours. Unfortunately, we're now in summer, and this is where it pays to plan your shoot. From a planisphere or star wheel (you can buy or make these), I knew the Milky Way wouldn't be high enough to be visible until at least midnight. So we planned for a long night, and camped out in the dark till then. Sure enough, at midnight, the distinctive streak across the sky became just discernible. As a bonus, a plane flew by at just the right second, making it look like a shooting star.

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Camera Canon 1D C + 14mm 2.8 L II USM
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Some... drawing... with my best friend Leo1999 
on the left is her tree and on the right mine.
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I don't do this stuff a lot. Pretty much the first time i do a serious creature design. There's a really stupid story behind this one too lol ^^ I don't think i should spill it in case it might ruin your impression ;D Though i can tell you that it's a concept for a potential 3D-model.
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Environment concept for a 3D scene i'm creating.
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Marlene Dietrich in an early Hollywood portrait -- original photographer unknown -- colorized.
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Just a little Picture for my Friend :iconmisty-mary:
Please look at her Awsome Gallery :)

Time: 1,5h
By Using: PSE8, PTS, Wacom Bamboo (Pen)
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Can you guess what game I am looking forward too?
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WARLOCK
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TITAN
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HUNTER
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All Destiny wallpapers
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I use hi res posters and Key arts to make wallpapers
all wallpapers main resolution is 1920 x 1080
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Somewhere far from here, in the Lands of Purpose there is a Tree. A very unusual Tree. A Tree of Destiny. Every night the tree goddess, who is it's guardian unwinds her long robe and reads earth's destiny from the endless fields of tall and fragrant Destination Grass. Only she knows what might happen to the mountains, seas, oceans, forests and meadows. Recently she has been very sad...
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Goddess: poison-stock112
Tree is from SXC.
The rest is my own stock.


Copyright © Yaga K. All rights reserved. My images may not be reproduced in any form without my written permission.
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Half-Arabian Mare

-------~..~:: RULES ::~..~-------
1. Nothing overly suggestive, racist, or distasteful (blood is okay)
2. MUST link back HERE if you use this image
3. NO CREDIT ON IMAGE NECESSARY 
--(so don't note me about it. lol. I won't get mad)
4. If uploaded to DA, please credit me in the description. 

Thank you!
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Sky
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This was the sun going down on July 22 2014
we were out biking and I had my new Nikon D3300
The reason for the red sun was we were getting smoke from the Forest Fires
in the Northwest Territories, just so surreal , no manipulation here :no:
Glad I had my camera with me, because it went down fast and so big :wow:
Northern Alberta Canada
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Another gorgeous Alberta morning
Northern Alberta Canada

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October Sky
The geese are flying
heavy with weight....
The orange sky beckons them on.
We know this time has ended,
Deeply we sigh
As with all things this time has come
with an October Sky.

Cindy B
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Today
I awake to a bright new day.
Wondering what will it bring ?
All of yesterdays problems put to sleep last night.
Do I hold on to them? ...
No
I must move on.
If I lose myself in yesterdays problems
I will not see all the good things today.
Do they matter?
I think not.
Life is for living an I am given so much.
Hold on to today,
Let go of yesterday.
Life is once again given.
How will you spend it?

Cindy Boggess

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Clouds ...
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Theo is an 18 week old Abyssinian kitten. His coat colour is "chocolate".

You may use this as stock, but please give credit if you do.

Perched by FurLined Near Miss by FurLined Competition by FurLined

This stock has been used in a few images - here's one excellent example by ~StarfireArizona:
Ninja and Kamakazee by StarfireArizona
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*Oer-Wout. All rights reserved :peace:  
All material in my gallery may not be reproduced, copied,
edited, published, transmitted or uploaded in any way!
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:bulletblue: Fluffy, Maine Coon, 3 and a half years old.


:bulletblue::bulletred: CALENDARS 2014 :bulletred::bulletblue:


:bulletblue: Facebook Fan Page :bulletblue: 500px :bulletblue: My Prints :bulletblue:

>>> Copyright Zoran Milutinovic 2012. All Rights Reserved. <<<
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:bulletblue: Natural colors from the leaves.
:bulletblue: Hope you like it 8-)



:bulletblue::bulletred: CALENDARS 2014 :bulletred::bulletblue:


:bulletblue: Facebook Fan Page :bulletblue: 500px :bulletblue: My Prints :bulletblue:

>>> Copyright Zoran Milutinovic 2012. All Rights Reserved. <<<
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model : Kate more at PhotoModel <----




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FAQ:

Q: Is it okay for me to download and print the poster?
A: Of course! I may never be making money off it and sell it via DevArt's poster-print service, but that doesn't mean this may not be printed by you (and since you cut out the middle man - me - it's even cheaper for you than if I sold it to you!).

Q: Why isn't the Death Star/CSO Carrier/V'Ger/other large ship on the chart?
A: For reasons of image quality and chart organisation, only ships between a minimum of 100 meters and 24000 meters are applicable for this chart, sorry. Arbitrary? Yes! But I had to draw the line somewhere.

Q: And where's TARDIS?
A: It's both too large and too small for the chart.

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The last update

For real this time: This is the final major content update, though if there are issues I'll still fix them. I also haven't forgotten I wanted to vectorize the writing. It's still on the radar. But content-wise, I think that is about all I can put in.

Also, I added the ISS. For scale. It's on top, with a yellow frame so it's relatively easy to find.

Lots of errors fixed, lots of new ships too. Well, off for now, but I'll be replying in the comments more or less regularily.

Also added a few more ships and switched the Eternal Crusader for the Legate Class battle barge, which is a class ship and not a unique ship.

Major update

This is probably at least for the forseseeable future the last round of adding ships. I have pretty much all I wanted now (excepting some old scifi, and many Anime series, which tend to not have many usable images). Lots of new content. Including:


-> UPDATE for Mass Effect! It now features the Crusible and two little new Geth ships.
-> UPDATE for Star Trek! It now features the Narada and a couple more small ships courtesy of Euderion.
-> UPDATE (smallish) for Star Wars, which now features the CIS Supply Sphere.
-> UPDATE for Star Blazers, whcih now features two Gamilan and 3 EDF ships.
-> UPDATE for Halo, which now features the Forerunner Keyship.
-> UPDATE for Robotech/Macross, which now features a few more MAcross 7 ships, such as the Meltrandi.

-> NEW: Freespace! Shivans, Vasudans, Terrans, New Terrans!
-> NEW: Dune! Thanks to Euderion, I finally got a model fo a Heighliner and could add this series. Also: Harkonnen and Guild Frigate, Emperor's own frigate
-> New: Transformers! The Nemesis and the Axiom. Sizes are soemwhat guesstiamtes. I'm happy I found useful images at all, though, and size in Transformers is ... well.
-> NEW: Ulysses 31! One of these little shows I remember from saturday morning toons in my childhood. Model courtesy of JamesMargerum, visit his gallery for a larger version that does this nice design a lot more justice at jamesmargerum.deviantart.com/g… .
-> NEW: Starfox! The Great Fox ship.
-> NEW: Toho Kaiju Movies. Because there's more madness there than Godzilla, Motha and Megalon!
-> NEW: The Hithhiker's Guide To The Galaxy! Much demanded, this adds the HEart of Gold and the Titanic 2 to the chart. If anyone has a definite source on the size of a Constructor, PLEASE LET ME KNOW! Thanks!
-> NEW: Sol Bianca! More space pirates!
-> NEW: Freelancer - also sorely missed by many.
-> NEW: X³! Lots of pretty sizable ships here.
-> NEW: Monsters vs. Aliens! It's massive, that ship.

And that's it for now. Enjoy the new-and-improved chart!

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Another Update! Look!

This has some stuff that has been much demanded. Most notably: Mass Effect! Sorry, but I only found low-resolution images for the crucible; hence, it did not make it. If anyone has a high-res image, link it please, and I'll see if it can go in in another update. Also, since I haven't said so before: Credits for the Musashi, Trafalgar and Phoenix models go to Annihilator102 and the Sins of the Prophets team.

Other new stuff:
- Spaceball One
- The Black Hole's USS Cygnus
- 2001's Discovery One (it's actually tiny on the chart, though)
- 2010's Cosmonaut Leonov (not so tiny, size taken from official blueprints)
- Stargate:Destiny's Destiny and the Stargate:Atlantis' Atlantis (also the Replicator ships); size from this chart: gatecast.co.uk/wordpress/wp-co…
- The Honorverse! Lots of Manticoran and Havenite ships, based on thomasthecat.deviantart.com 's work.
- Avatar's ISV VentureStar
- other small stuff I surely have forgotten to mention. It's 4 am here. I'm kind of tired.

Much still to do, but my next project will not be more ships, but vectorized text for all those who want this chart as a poster.

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New Update! And thanks to the folks who featured my work!
UPDATE! NEW FILE!

Newly featured:
Wall-E (Axiom, Zephyrus and Epiglottus city ships, based on the size calculation here: buy-n-large.livejournal.com/17… )
Dead Space (sizes mostly based on Dead Space Wikia and conjecture)
Star Citizen (Size based on the Star Citizen Wiki)
Galaxy Quest (Sizes taken from a Chart compiled by Dan Carlson, who inspired me for this chart)
Space: Above and Beyond (Sizes taken from a Chart compiled by Dan Carlson, who inspired me for this chart)
BattleTech (several Inner Sphere and Clan ships; based on www.sarna.net )
Wing Commander (Sizes mostly via wcnews.com )
StarCraft (Sizes and ship images taken from: i2.minus.com/idKJOHIciRf0E.jpg )
Homeworld (based on conjecture, the Homeworld wiki which has everything except sizes, and a few fanmade charts)
Close Encounter (image via Smithonian; size conjecture based on film clips)
District 9 (Image internet; size wikipedia)

Added to existing listings:
Romulan Mining Ship, USS Odyssey, and USS Vengeance (Dreadnaught-class) for Star Trek

I realise this is again no Mass Effect. I am having serious trouble finding both usable art (side views, as untilted as possible - some compromise is doable, but not too much that the shape of the ship ends up distorted). If anyone has either an artbook or images that work, PLEASE let me knoe (via note, since comments have gotten a tad overwhelming). Same with the Hitchhiker's - anyone got something solid on the Heart of Gold and the Vogon ship?

Also, by popular demand: the Tardis is already on the image. Whether it's on the Red Dwarf and .25 pixels large or ALL ofthe image is your choice, it's probably both, anyway. ;)

Anyway, this is not the final update. Dune still needs to be done, a couple other stuff, and maybe I can finally find some useful Mass Effect stuff. It IS sorely missing. I am very aware of that!

For the sake of usability, I am experimenting with coloured backgrounds (muted, not to take away from the ships) for easier finding of the ship you are loking for.

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This is a sorely needed update to my size comparison tables. For 40K, I now used the updated Rogue Trader sizes where applicable, resulting in much larger 40K vessels. Also, no battleships are present because there simply is no canonic size available on them. I kept andrea1969.deviantart.com/ s Eternal Crusader in (at 10 km length, because I figure it is close enough to the Vengeful Spirit, which has a given size), and the Malleus Syndicate's (www.malleus.dk/Ordo/Default.as… fantastic civilian ships because I just like them. Most ships, though, are Rogue Trader vessels. And yes, it's still mostly Imperium. Ork ships, Eldar Ships and the likes may be added in the future though.

Edit 4: The next Update! The chart now features the following series, universes and tabletop games:
Star Wars (Expanded universe, G-Canon whereever possible)
Star Trek (official stats)
Stargate (official stats)
EVE Online
Warhammer 40.000
Babylon 5
Robotech/Macross
Halo
Battlestar Galactica (both series)
Firefly/Serenity
Farscape
Titan A.E.
Legend of Galactic Heroes
Starship Troopers (TV and Movie)
Aliens vs. Predator universe
Lexx - The Dark Zone
Red Dwarf
Event Horizon
V
The Irresponsible Captain Tyler
Martial Successor Nadesico
Space Pirate Captain Haarlock
Silent Running
Independence Day

Slated for the next update: District 9, Battletech universe, maybe more Macross, more classic sci-fi movies. Recommendations welcome!

Edit 3: Yeah, so that last edit: I lied. Here's a new chart.

This chart now covers: Warhammer 40.000, Star Trek, Star Wars, Farscape, Battlestar Galactica, Starship Troopers, V, Halo, EVE online, Titan A.E. and Robotech. It'S ... a lot of starships, to scale as best as I could find out the relevant scales. I used various online sources - specific wiki, other size comparison charts (especially Jeff Russell's and Dan carlson's), and other fanmade sites. Sometimes there were conflicting measurements, and I had to make a choice (I usually picked the larger one). Star Wars fans: I go with G-Canon, if in doubt. Yes, I liked Westwood games too. It's not canon anymore. There's worse things.

Edit 2: This is the last edit on this, I promise. It's a massive update though, including more ships from Star Wars, as I finally found decent images of a Souvereign! New stuff includes a few extra ridiculous ones (eh, torpedo egg?), more superdestroyers, some wacky superweapons, and a TON of all-new ships from Battlestar Galactica, EVE online, Halo and Stargate.

Edit: Added Chaos warships. Overlooked these before in Battlefleet Koronus. And Eldar, Ork, Rak'Gol and Kroot. More to come, maybe, if new supplements add new ships.


Full view is massively advised. A download of the image in full size is also possible.
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A pair of large wall hanging pieces.  Mixed media and handmade.

To see more of my work and info check out my sites

www.ellenjewettsculpture.com
 www.etsy.com/shop/creaturesfromel  

to contact me please try creaturesfromel @ gmail.com
My DA messages are too flooded with spam so I don't check them
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Real life Bulbasaur

Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uGfe1…

Enjoy.


Realistic Charmander by Twarda8Realistic Squirtle by Twarda8
Realistic Chikorita by Twarda8
Realistic Treecko by Twarda8
Realistic Snivy by Twarda8

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This work took me more than forty hours! TT_TT
But I finished it!
This fan art at the beautiful game Bioshock  Infinite.
 My fantasy about Elizabeth and her
childhood

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Poison by WylfiArt Olga by WylfiArt Dead bride by WylfiArt
UPD. OMG! Thanks for DD! I am so happy!):happybounce: 
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