A little slice of paradise. Rock falls in Havasu canyon in Arizona. I worked up some courage earlier that day and jumped off this into the white water below. Great memories! Natural occurring Lime in the water creates the beautiful turquoise hues.
Canon 5D Mark III. 17-40 L. CPL. 2SS GND filter.
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Storstein is a beautiful place with a long shoreline with a lot of rocks and if you are here at the right time during the midnight sun period it will shine straight in from where you see the gap in the middle between the mountains. There also goes a ferry to Arnøya from here, a beautiful place with tall mountains and more than enough dramatic scenery.
Captured at Storstein, Skjervøy, Northern Norway. Nikon D800, 15mm, F16, iso 100, 30 seconds.
Braving an assault from hungry mosquitoes I was able to take some nice photos at this road side vista.
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The ancient Oak tree in Belvoir Forest Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland. This tree is said to be the park's most well-known resident, and its trunk, which divides into three, measures a large 8.6 metres around the base. The tree is thought to be hundreds of years old.
Here, I caught the tree as the sun began to set on a fine autumn evening.
I headed out with the intention of capturing the full moon on Friday night just gone. I scouted this location the evening before to see where the moon would rise and possible compositions I could go with. It was then just a matter of sitting and waiting, hoping that the clouds would cooperate.
Creepy noises in the dark, the occasional braying and scuttling of sheep, the sound of wind whistling across the fields and stars, stars as far I could see. For an hour, I had these haystacks alone to myself, my imagination and it was a question of how to record these senses into one image. This is the result of 14 vertical stitched images to encompass the very high milky way at the time of shooting. I hope you feel the sentiment! (ps. this is a redo from the facebook posted image which was done as a very small version on the fly where I completely overdid the stars)
A strong thunderstorm had swept through the western part of North Carolina...we seemed to be following the clouds and got very little rain or wind though some major damage was done a few hours before we got there...
From an overlook on the Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway.