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This road has been one of the places i definitely had to see for more than 3 years now, and i finally managed to visit it recently. I must conclude, Ireland (and Northern Ireland) are extremely beautiful, and even though I had lot's of bad luck (i killed a 10 day old Sony A99 for example, and that is just one small piece of the hole puzzle) i really enjoyed the rough but very peaceful and incredible landscapes. Some of the most beautiful places i've came along for sure.

The Dark Hedges are a beautiful old avenue of Beech Trees line the Bregagh Road near the village of Armoy, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.

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Taken on Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park, Montana.

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Mer de nuages s'infiltrant dans une pinède aux premiers rayons de lumière.
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One of my main goals for this year is to really work on some night photography and more specifically, nightscapes. There is just something so surreal about viewing a familiar landscape under the stars. Now, to me these dunes were not familiar. I had never photographed them before (at least got INTO a dune field). During my trip to death valley, I knew I wanted to take in the sand dunes, but not just any sand dunes. I wanted to find ones that were relatively untouched and tucked away. I did some research and found out about these dunes tucked away in the southern end of the park. On the second day after an incredible sunrise at Zabriskie point, my friend and I made our way out to these dunes two hours away from the heart of the park. Upon arrival, it looked as if we would get rained on once again with the dark gray clouds filling the sky. We quickly got situated for camp and decided to head out into the dune field. A few sprinkles here and there, but nothing that made us think of turning around. The thing with these dunes, is that you can't just drive up to the dune edge. You have to hike a mile or so to reach the base of the dunes which seems a lot longer when you are actually hiking out to them. Once we got to the edge of the dunes, we made sure to be careful and not trample over everything and leave footprints. We didn't see a single footprint out there, it was perfect. We scouted around and shot from various ridges as the storm passed by giving us some nice stormy light. Just around sunset, the skies began to clear. While it would have been nice for the clouds to stick around for sunset, I was even more excited for the clear skies to come. Death valley is known for it's dark skies, and it surely did not disappoint. The milky way began to rise over the dunes and andromeda shined brightly to the left. I got pretty lucky as a shooting star happened to fall on the right side, balancing the sky. This is a blend of three exposures. Two for the landscapes at a low ISO and to get greater depth of field, and a shot of the stars, at a very high ISO and fast aperture. It is a scene I won't forget, and perhaps one of the most technical and planned out shots I have. 

Ibex dunes- Death Valley National Park, California.

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Heavens of the Ancient Frontier...a Camelthorn tree below the Namibian night sky with a shooting star visible against the milkyway

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Tree painted with a combination of direct and diffused light from a normal flashlight. Tsaris Mountains of Namibia

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Kirkjufell mountain, Grundarfjörður, Iceland
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Saxon Switzerland National Park, Germany

Spring 2014

Early spring sunset above the Lehnriff with its iconic pine tree and the silhouette of Rauschenstein in the background.


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Hi everyone! Today I took this photograph in a beautiful garden in the Dandenongs (Cloudehill ), the gardens had a gorgeous pond with lotus flowers.. I couldn't resist taking a photo!

In Buddhism the pink lotus flower is the 'supreme' flower of Buddha.. (achievement of enlightenment) ..It has many different meanings in other cultures.. The lotus flower has a special symbolic meaning for me personally - as the lotus is seeded deep within muddy water, it begins to bloom above the water and flourishes into the most beautiful flower..
It has a deeper meaning to me.. I was once the seed that was beneath the murky water, struggling to see the light ahead .. Now, I have finally begun to grow as a person and flourish, overcoming inner battles and finding the beauty in life again... and no longer needing to look back to the past... :heart:

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Plan du Lac - Vanoise national park - French Alps

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seriously, every shop was a restaurant, but it was good and I had some yummy food here. I think this was in Austria :)
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The bridge spans the Columbia River and connects Pasco, Washington with Kennewick, Washington.  Shot with Rokinon 8mm fisheye lens and Canon T3i camera.  F11, iso100, 30 second exposure.
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Taken at an unnamed beach on the northeast shore of Lake Tahoe. This was during a tremendous windstorm where I took a chance the clouds would break up enough to display a nice sunset. What I got instead was a shrouded peek of what it looks like on the other side. The waves were pounding and the water was being picked up off the lake and spraying me. I spent the first half hour I was there wiping and defogging my lens. 450 second exposure 10 stop B+W neutral density filter at F11 and 100 iso, and composed with a prayer.

I named it "Hope" because despite the chaotic conditions that were present, you can a see break in the storm - sort of a "light at the end of the tunnel" - in this case, very colorful light, like seeing a rainbow at the end of a thunderstorm. It tells us that tomorrow is going to be a better day - that in all this chaos there is still Hope.


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Virgin river reflecting the warm early morning sun light.  The surreal abstract was captured with a slow shutter speed.

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Photo taken in Death Valley, California. I really wanted to bring my reclining chair out there but it was just to far to carry it:(


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As night was falling on the glacier beach, I noticed an interesting flowing pattern going around this iceberg. A perfect, low-key ending to a wild day of shooting and evading waves.

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There is a firey sunrise behind Banff's famous Rundle Mountain, viewed from the Vermilion Lakes.

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I work construction six months out of the year. When you work construction, you have to get up early and work late. Occasionally, you work before the sunrises and past when the sunsets.

For the past week I've been tormented with some of the most spectacular sunrises I have seen since living here in Colorado. And on a few days, nothing but lenticular clouds eerily floating across the sky, waiting for the light to hit.

I would be damned if I was gonna miss a wicked awesome sunset. So, every evening, like usual, I sit and stare towards the west to see how the clouds line up, what the sun is going to be doing, and then make my way to the reservoir if necessary. It is the easiest, closest, and most affordable place for me to shoot and I can react to lighting in a jiffy.

This evening I made the decision to head over to Horsetooth to stretch my legs since no one was home. Also, the possibility of good light was in the two thumbs up category. I found a great spot, unknowing it was the same spot :iconbldn333: shot this [link]

As the sun dipped behind the hills, a faint light began to grow. It was subtle at first, nothing much. But when this psychotic blast of color was being recorded onto my memory card, whistles, chants, war cries, laughter and every other noise my loud mouth and lungs could produce was in an all out roar.

All week long I was going crazy having to be at work and see light like this in the mornings. And all week long I was biting at the nail for something such as this to show itself.

It was the last straw. And it was my lucky one.

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Yes i just invented a word, or atleast one that returns few google results and can't be found in the english dictionary... which contains tele( sometimes used as shorthand for 'television') and levee(the structure the tele appears on). Quite ingenious huh?:p

I forgot my ND filter here so photoshop supplied the long exposure:paranoid:

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A simple gift for two great artist:love:

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WİSH YOU MORE BEAUTİFULL DAYS THAN YOU HAVE RİGHT NOW ON NEXT DAYS:heart:

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Night light on Jokulsarlon area, Iceland.

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When you find the golden way, look up, it’s everywhere…!

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Cypresses, green oaks, junipers, thymus, red heathers, rosemary bushes, lavenders, olive trees, Mediterranean pine trees, so here my trees and plants landscape all around my eyes when I arrive home…
Shot just before Bédarieux, my village, south of France, on the side of the road, before the golden sunset…

There’s no place like home…

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Coldplay: 'Daylight'
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Sunrise, Tamarama Beach, Sydney NSW

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I recently spent a few nights up on the North Rim of the grand canyon. It was a much needed getaway, and despite less than ideal conditions, I was able to come away with this single image from Point Imperial. There were lots of light shafts breaking through the clouds with a few brief sprinkles of rain, and even a rainbow emerged for a very brief moment.

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.

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Random shot of sky with some photoshop treatment
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I've seen a magnifique sunset this day. It was absolutely perfect when the sun goes behind the tree. Hope you like :)

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Infrared shot, R72
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And I think to myself, what a wonderful world...

Watkins Glen State Park in New York... The website stated "Watkins Glen State Park is the most famous of the Finger Lakes State Parks, with a reputation for leaving visitors spellbound." I was somewhat cynical, but had seen photos here on dA that had intrigued me, and after experiencing the gorge I realised that it was not just marketing hype.
The two mile gorge trail descended 400 feet past 200-foot cliffs, and apparently19 waterfalls (I forgot to keep count). In the calm of the early morning it was indeed spellbinding. A wonderful balance of nature and man-made paths carved into a meandering gorge of layered shale. A most excellent way to share a beautiful morning.

The same morning:


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Laukaa, Finland.
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Photo in negative.... I thought it was a shocking bit of difference from the ordinary....



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Macro of a Python snake. This guy didn't move for like 30min and stared deep into my eyes. I think he was hungry...

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The one of the big series with the cros dwarves, Bilbo and Gandalf.

Photo: A. Turchanin
Cosplay: Anna Ormeli

P.S. For oddball.
Referring to Tolkien - he writes that dwarfs-women can be easily mistaken for young gnomes, because they don't have beards. They live in seclusion and rarely come out of cave dwellings, so few people saw them. He also mentions that dwarfs-women are less than men and marry for dwarfs - rare luck . Gimli really was something to brag about) most famous dwarf-woman - Dis, other names I can not remember. Dwarves themselves very love to tell about bearded women, but I think part of their racial folklore) Gimli, in the second part of "The Lord of the Rings " tells a similar to riders of Rohan, barely restraining the saddle. And all around laughing, knowing full well that Gimli jokes to entertain them .
And in the world of the Elder Edda, from women's beards, cat's steps noise, the voices of fish, the roots of the mountains and the birds saliva was shackled chain wolf Fenrir. Since women do not have beards, cat steps silent,no voice in fish, etc. There were meant to women of all races, not just dwarfs  (c) N. Karpova

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