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"Plot Twist" | Carrasqueira, Portugal

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Sony a77 + Sigma 10-20mm
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Canon 5D3 and Canon 16-35L lens Bombo quarry near Kiama Nth NSW Australia. Umbrella camera spray bag,tripod, remote and wet boots. It was raining as well! The 4 meter swell was breaking over the rocks in a quite unexpected place
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From the roof of mount Fitz Roy in Patagonia, Argentina. Not far from El Chalen...

Fitz Roy area, Patagonia, Argentina.

Canon EOS 5D mkII - EF 16-35f2.8 L - Lee nd grad filter - Tripod


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The iconic Longs Peak rises above the valley floor of Upper Beaver Meadows during sunrise in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, What's not love about an early Fall morning? I wish every landscape could look like this....
---John.
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Sunsets and sunrises here in Colorado are pretty legendary and even though I had to really anchor down my tripod due to the wind just roaring off the foothills, this sunrise was a barnstormer! The colors looked like someone took a huge artist's paint brush and painted the sky in vibrant colors. I wasn't really all that happy when I snapped the photo of it, the wind was really pushing the tree around but when I got home and took a look at it onside Lightroom, I thought it was a keeper & was really happy with it I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. 
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About the photograph-Fall can be such a contrast of seasons in Colorado. What starts out as warm can often turn cold and when the snow falls it can create almost a surreal look and feel to the landscape. Late fall is one of my favorite times of the year to be a photographer. The opportunity is limited as the window maybe open up only 1-3 times out of the year where things come together to make it all happen. Photographed at Chatfield State Park, I had some very subtle light to work with before the sky gave way to brilliant blues creating another look and feel entirely than what you see here. In a way it almost reminds of IR photography with the colors, fun stuff! I just wish I had more chances to photograph this sort of weather during Fall.
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This is one of my favorite vantage points in all of Colorado. Even though this view is seen directly from the road leading into Great Sand Dunes National Park, it is a shot that has eluded me for many years. I've spent many sunsets at this exact spot, but have never come away with exactly what I wanted. What I love about this scene is the contrast between the jagged peaks of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains and the soft lines and warm colors of the dunes below. On this particular spring evening, I wasn't even expecting to get a photo from this location because the mountains were completely socked in with clouds. As always, I decided to stick around and see what happened, because you never know when mother nature is going to give you a gift. After a bit of waiting, the weather started to move eastward past the dunes. The mountains were first to appear and I was delighted to see a fresh dusting of snow capping the high peaks. A heavy rain storm moved across the dunefield, and like a curtain, unveiled the entire scene. Finally I got the image I've wanted of one of my favorite views.


Great Sand Dunes National Park - Colorado

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:bulletred: If you like my photography, please considering purchasing a print, the sales will go towards repairing my camera- After having medical bills from being very sick, I don't have the cash to repair it so I am trying to drum up print sales so I may continue to do what I love; photography. Sunday night while on a photoshoot up in the mountains, my camera gave up the ghost. It would appear the shutter died completely. After having just spent nearly a full week very ill in the hospital, I don't have the money to get a new camera or even repair it (it's loooong out of warranty) They say when it rains it pours, I think I must be going through a flood. I'm quite sad by it all as photography is my relief from an otherwise completely crazy world, it offers me peace of mind which I don't find anywhere else. This year has been incredibly hard for me, from being sick where I am facing my own mortality (because being septic is fun! Not.) to finances from hospital bills to just keeping my sanity, I have always gone to my camera to find comfort. Not much I can do now though I guess. I'll be honest with you all, it's hard being on here seeing everyone's awesome photos knowing that you can't do a dang thing to enjoy the same thing. In fact, it is downright depressing. Literally. Maybe I'll find a winning lotto ticket on the street lol One of my friends was nice enough to let me borrow his brand new Sony a65 until I can raise enough funds to repair mine. I need to buy him a few beers.

About the photograph-Nothing but the sound of Coyotes singing. This is what greeted me yesterday morning as I photographed one heck of an incredible sunrise. It was kind of eerie with how still it was, not even so much as the slightest breeze in the air which made the air feel very heavy and stagnant. Kicking back, remote shutter in one hand and coffee in the other, I watched the sky come alive as though an artist had painted it with purple, pink, magenta, yellow and orange. I am really loving Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, what an amazing place to be as a photographer and to think it's so close here in Denver, Colorado and so few know about it, I had the entire place all to myself.
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Landscape of the Lord

St. Malo outside of Estes Park, Colorado. One of thee most photographed Churches in all of North America, I was VERY excited and VERY anxious to get this shot when I headed up to Rocky Mountain National Park. I was hoping that the weather would clear because behind this, covered in the clouds, is Mt. Meeker and it is just a stunning view with the mountains! *yenom has a shot here of it [link] and so does ~daskibum [link] that shows the mountains behind the Church. I have to admit though, I am really happy how this came out. And if anything, it is quite unique compared to how it is usually shot. I suppose that is a good thing when it comes to photographing something that is such an icon. Generally, people walk down by the pond and shoot from there, I stayed up top on the side of the road, thus giving a different perspective than most. Also, the weather. It was dramatic as all heck! You could smell the rain as it came in, dark, but with so much drama in the sky. I was pretty lucky to get a shot like this. Ya, I am happy with it! For history on St. Malo, please see this link here

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Brainard Lake State Recreation Area, Colorado

The Indian Peaks of the Colorado Rockies reflect the pre-dawn pink and purple of the sky just before sunrise. We raced to get up here in time and just barely made it, closest call I have had with fleeting light since I started shooting to get on location and set up in time. I simply love this area, it is simply put, beautiful and has fast become one of my favorite spots.

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An old outbuilding from a rural farm starts to give way on the Eastern plains of Colorado close to the Nebraska border. I love photographing subject matter like this, always have...there is just something about the history of the west that I love, especially when it is old and decayed. I wonder what this place would say if it could talk, what kinds of ghosts still linger here and walk among the structures? It always makes me think.....Some people photograph 'urban decay' as they call it, I personally prefer to shoot 'rural decay'.


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Sunset 9/1/2012
I just got word that Shutterbug magazine will be featuring this photo. It was also just featured in the "Caffeinated Photographers" facebook group top photos of August 27-September 2nd.

Autumn begins to approach on the first day of September at St. Vrain State Park in Lingmont Colorado as the trees start to slowly turn colors creating a gorgeous scene at sunset against the twin sister peaks of Longs Peak and Mount Meeker. The light was utterly surreal against the storm clouds and Verga (rain which evaporates before hitting the ground) For this photograph I decided to use a Minolta 70-2100mm F4 lens backed up by a circular polarizer and Tobacco Grad ND to hold back the sky. It was also photographed using my Sony A550's ability to shoot HDR in camera to make sure I would get the subtle detail in the foreground with the highlights and darks. Fall is now officially in the air and I am loving it!
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I ventured out bright & early Tuesday morning to Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and was hoping to catch a really good sunrise out there. I have had this shot in mind for awhile now and other than one other time, the sky just didn't lend itself for photographing it. Today was a different story entirely with an amazing sunrise that lie up the ground and sky in light & color. It was dang chilly out here, about 12 degrees and I had the songs of Coyotes to keep me company. Sometimes you just have to stop, breathe and admire what is going on around you and enjoy the moment!
---John.

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HDR backed up by a 2 stop Grad ND and Polarizer
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What a wonderful morning I recently had out at Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge. Had an amazing sunrise that lit up the snow storm clouds over the Colorado Rockies. It was like watching the sky dance as it serenaded the landscape below. Absolutely just breath taking. I stood here in awe as the color changed by the second. What a great way to spend the morning!
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The Knights Of Pythias cemetery in Central City Colorado. There is something about this place which I find absolutely stunning and remarkable. It is a place like no other, where time has stood still from old wild west and where light dances like it doesn't in other places. It is one of my "go to" locations for Autumn photography and each and every time I am here it gives me photographs which are "keepers". The place simply explodes in color and light. This scene caught my and I thought it had a nice conceptual about it. The path leading through the forest in between the graves....it speaks a lot about life I think and the paths which we choose to take.
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Photo thoughts--- This Fall I spent a great deal of time at our local state parks after the color had gone away in the mountains. I have come to both love and admire our state parks here in Colorado, beaming with wildlife and wonderful landscapes, during Fall they tend to lack people and give me different subject matter to photograph. When I happened upon this scene I knew right away I really wanted to get the path which lead down to the lake ...it added some nice leading lines to the composition and of course it's hard to go wrong with Autumn Cottonwood trees which are backlit from the sunlight of golden hour. As far as processing, slight HDR blending in the foreground to bring out the textures in the grass, contrast and light.
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The Mountains Of The West Elks are covered in fresh snow and clouds during Fall outside of Crested Butte, Colorado. What a hard shot this was to take. The wind was just absolutely howing and even with a 40+ pound camera back pack anchoring my backpack, I still had a lot of trouble. So it goes though with storms coming off the mountains. I did a lot of exploring while here this Fall and this is one scene I just happened upon out of the blue. Once again I was left speechless at how incredibly beautiful Colorado in the Fall truly is!
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Beaver Meadows feels the first rays of sunlight in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado just after sunrise. This is a photograph that up until this past January I wouldn't have been able to capture but thanks to my surgery I am now finally able to get to the places I have long wanted to photograph. This photograph for me is a personal milestone and one which exemplifies my own personal struggle & fight. It was a very personal and moving experience as I stood here with my tripod clicking the shutter. In a sense, it was dawn at the beginning of a new day, both for me and in the literal sense. I loved the way a slight frost was coating the ground as summer began to battle with fall and how the first rays of sunlight cast a glow over the landscape and against the trees. hard to beat this sort of beauty!
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A Rainbow colored sunrise paints the sky in the Mount Evans Wilderness area of Colorado. Cold, blustery, downright windy but gorgeous none the less!
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After a day of storm chasing I had to take a pause and just get this shot. It speaks volumes about the eastern plains of Colorado and how they run on for what seem forever. Out here you can see everything as far as your eye can see. Vast open huge spaces with huge skies. Here, the severe thunderstorms were far out in the distance as the light of the evening painted the rural and country landscape in deep rich colors. It's so utterly quiet out here, I didn't hear anything except the sounds of Meadowlarks. Didn't see another car for nearly 30 minutes. I imagine life out here can be pretty lonely but dang it sure is beautiful!
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It's been a tough year thus far for me photographically speaking. Major surgery in January left me in the hospital for nearly 3 1/2 weeks and while there healing up and going through physical therapy, all I could think about was how bad I wanted to get back out with my camera. I was chomping at the bit as I watched some amazing sunrises and sunrises happen from my hospital room window. Needless to say since then I have been photographing my heart out as much as possible. It is sort of bitter sweet however in a sense as I am not fully cleared yet medically and as a result, I have had to stay close to home and only photograph locations which are nearby. Every day it makes me crazy to look to the west and see the mountains and knowing that right now I want to be there so bad but can't. It's also been a driving factor as far as motivation goes to heal up quickly. Perhaps though one of the best things about it all is that it has forced me to get VERY creative which has lead to growth for me as a photographer. I am beginning to notice the beauty which I hadn't noticed before and how my eyes have really been opened up to it. Case in point, this image....

Nobody would probably guess that this was photographed in Denver at Sloan's Lake. It's certainly not a view that represents the location by any means. I was watching the light cast its golden glow against the peaks of the Rockies when I had a lightbulb go off which basically said "why don't you grab your 500, get in close and see what you can get". I love doing telephoto landscapes using a long lens, it allows you to see a lot of things which the naked eye doesn't. I guess I never did it from here before because I always figured it wouldn't work; too much haze, loss of contrast, etc. After all this is seriously far away from my location, roughly 55 miles to the summit of Mt Evans (which is out of the photo but just to the right of these peaks) In the end, I got the shot I wanted and I walked away with a rather large smile on my face knowing I just bagged my first true mountain shot of 2014, the very thing I have been longing for.
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A beautiful sunrise lights up Reisafjorden in Nordreisa, Troms, Northern Norway.

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Landmannalaugar, Iceland
Marianne and I can't wait until our next field trip to North Island with the kids in October this year. Hopefully we'll be able to combine family activity with some landscape photography in between. This picture reminds me of the places we won't be going with kids for some time. At the time, we had been trying to take pictures in the blowing gale and ended up having to strategically park the car so that we could take shelter from the wind in the lee of the car while shooting a few frames off at this rapidly shifting light (from left to right of image)[Prints and Tutorials] [Facebook] [500px] [Flickr]
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Last weekend , we visited Innes National Park at the tip of Yorke Peninsula. It is home to wild , pristine scenery including this beach which experiences some rough surf. At the time, there was no spectacular sunset in the offing, so I switched to focusing on the huge waves that would sometimes engulf then low sun. [Facebook] [500px] [Prints and tutorials]
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Photographed at Cherry Creek State park, Colorado. The few short minutes I had with this Mule deer doe was pretty nice, hard to go wrong when mother nature presents you with great light which warms up the scene and makes everything stand out. It also presented me a chance to try out my new Sigma 170-500mm lens, after having used a friends copy this past Fall, I had to buy one with how impressed I was with it. So far, so good! Hope you all like the image as much I do.
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A couple days ago here in Denver we had quite an amazing storm roll in. I stood in awe photographing it from Sloan's Lake as the clouds swirled and dance as they came in over the Rockies. I was absolutely amazed at what I was seeing and witnessing, if this had been Spring, I would have fully expected to hear tornado sirens as the convection was amazing. certainly something I would expect to see on the eastern plains and not in Denver in January. This lone park bench though caught my eye and I liked the message it sort of gave when I looked at it in my viewfinder, sort of a place to ponder, think, a calm in the storm if you will. I decided to capture it in HDR which I knew would bring out the atmosphere and the drama in that sky even more.
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Photographed on the morning in which the Mayan's said that the world would end, I sat here and thought that if the world was ending, I never would have thought it would be so beautiful. It was as if the sky was pained with a a gigantic paintbrush and I absolutely loved the textures which were playing out on the frozen lake and how Pikes Peak framed the scene. What a morning! Cherry Creek State Park, Colorado.
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12-21-2012 The day in which the Mayan's said the world would end. I decided to wake up early and head to Cherry Creek State Park here in Colorado to hopefully catch a good sunrise and photograph Bald Eagles. While the Eagle's were no where to be found, mother nature gave me a gift which more than made up for it. A sky which was simply amazing and colors which I absolutely fell in love with. Looking to the west, as shot here, it was simply amazing with the clouds reflecting the rising sun, moving as if they were dancing in the sky. If the world was ending then this was the way in which I envisioned, maybe an asteroid or two as well.
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I bet a lot of you weren't expecting this photograph from me were you? It's been a long time hasn't it? Those of you who are long time DA followers (and I mean LONG time followers will recall I started out with retro photography on here)

Yesterday we had a really nice snowfall here in Denver and I have had this shot in my head for quite some time now. It is kind of crazy how I took it but here goes---This was actually photographed using my HTC One-V. Yes, my Droid. I then went ahead and edited in SnapSeed & Streamzoo. Both apps are wonderful by the way, go grab them (free too!) I then downloaded the photograph and brought it inside Photoshop for some local contrast and curves adjustment and that be about all. I wanted an image that was very true to form as far as retro photography and had a very traditional look & feel about it....a fine line where the textures would look film like but going farther in that it would hint at almost a wet media Polaroid style transfer. I have always been a huge fan of this sort of photography & art, harking back to my days as an illustrator. I am also a very huge proponent of iPhone/Droid photography and firmly believe it is as much as a valid photographic medium as anything else. It is about having the right tool for the job if you will. I think I will make a print of this on some good textured watercolor paper, should look pretty neat! I hope you all like it.
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Sunsets like this should be against the law.... Convict Lake, Eastern Sierra's
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Walking through the flooded forest.

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Sunrise at Sligachan, sun bursting through the clouds
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Croatia - Baska Voda

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I had been hiking all day in dark, rainy skies. With this weather I expected either a dramatic, unique light show at sunset, or a gray colorless evening. Fortunately it was the former.

As far as finding this comp, I was driving through the Islands in the Sky District in Canyonlands NP basically following the light. After breaking a few speed limits, I saw this scene line up below the small patch of sky that looked promising for some nice light and color. I pulled over on the side of the road and scrambled to the cliff's edge for this spectacular view.

Island's in the Sky District, Canyonland's NP, Utah.

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Vallée de Lutour, French Pyrenees - August 2012.

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Taken on Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park, Montana.

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September Whispers InAutumn's blowing in;
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" le grand saut " - Hérisson falls

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Snowdon, at 1080m, is the highest mountain in the British Isles outside of Scotland. Snowdon is to the right of the image and opposite on the left is Garnedd Ugain, a peak just 20m lower than Snowdon itself. Below are the lakes Glaslyn and Lynn Lydaw with the impressive Lliwedd ridge in the distance which we had walked the day before. The ridge in front and to the left form a horseshoe which provides not only excellent photographic opportunities but also an outstanding mountain route. Our camp location can be seen just beneath Y Lliwedd

In 2004, when I was 16, my Dad took my brother and me up our first mountains; first Cadair Idris and then Snowdon. I had recently bought my first camera, a 2MP Canon A40, which came along for the ride. Although the images were snapshots one photo has stayed with me since, a view quite similar to this looking down over Glaslyn and Lynn Lydaw and across to Snowdon and Y Lliwedd. My photography has progressed since then and for a long time it has been in the back of my mind to return to Snowdon in the winter to photograph the sunrise over the Snowdon Horseshoe.

We got up at 5am to force ourselves out of our warm sleeping bags and into the cold. Fortunately the wind had all but vanished and once we were moving we were warm enough. After packing up we headed off in the dark to the summit of Snowdon, an easyish 200m climb from where we had slept. We were on the summit an hour before sunrise and whilst Guy stayed to take his photos from the top I descended slightly to the saddle between Snowdon and Garnedd Ugain from where I had taken the first image 9 years previously. A gap on the horizon in the direction of sunrise was a clear indication that I was going to get some brief but wonderful light. I spent the next 20 minutes trying to arrange my composition, setting up my camera and making sure everything was perfect. When the light came I went through a methodical process of shooting the panorama over and over to ensure I had captured the best light. Once I was satisfied I ran down the slope to a different composition but the light had gone. As we walked off Snowdon back to the car the clouds came in again bringing the weather full circle. In all we only had 20 minutes of sunlight in Snowdonia, but it came at just the right time!
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Lookout at "The Horn" Mt Buffalo National Park, Australia

Interior of the hut gently light painted with a headlamp during the single exposure.


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