Crystal clear melt water - not much glacial silt here now.
Location: Garibaldi Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Equipment: Nikon D90 + Nikon 10-24mm + Tiffen Polarizer. Processing: Photomatix Pro 4.2 and Photoshop CS6 from 3 x RAW. Follow me on Facebook:WestCoastScapes
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Hello everyone! Another new painting which i have been working on recently. Switching up to abit of sci-fi stuff as i have been doing too much fantasy paintings. Was definitely a fun piece to work on. Hope you guys like it! Painted in Photoshop CS5 with Wacom Intuos 4. Total time taken was around 5 hours.
As fate would have it this driftwood didn't wash away with the high tide and I got a second chance to capture its existence. Twisted, broken and misplaced yet supporting new growth- a testament to endurance. Whilst waiting for my exposure I was wondering what it's fate will be from here.
Little bit of reciprocity failure and colour shift but im not complaining. I love how this turned out.
** the colouring in this picture is, to the best of my knowledge, caused by a number of factors - firstly, film has a tenancy to produce some odd results when it is exposed for more than a couple of seconds, caused by a failure in the film's colour responsive chemicals. The red colour is a dominant colour in our galaxy, which can be seen stretching diagonally across the image. The blue is of course an over saturation of the night sky (not by me - in my experience fuji film is weighted pretty heavily to blues and greens making it awesome for tropical images), and the yellow i believe is light pollution from a nearby city. One thing i love (and often hate) about long exposure photography, particularly at night, is that it shows a lot of things which cannot be seen by the naked eye. this kind of colouration is a perfect example
A starsky captured at Kvænangen in Troms during the late hours of January 15th. The different lights and shapes you see are ambient light from Oksfjord (a small village), the northern lights and the milky way stretching over the horizon. The colors are emphasized for artistic purposes.
: D This photo is taken woth my new camera, Canon Eos 600D (bought yesterday!) I've never had a reflex before, this is my firts... so, I don't know how to use it well! but I will learn... this photo is no perfect, especially for the focus, and the brightness (I'll try to take the same picture tomorrow with the light of the day, and not on night...) (and....I know, the originality is "- 1000", ahaha)
We rescued Little Mizzie when she was a little over a year old. She'd obviously had a rough start in life and had already had a litter of kittens, which hadn't survived. We actually went to the rescue centre with a view to adopting two ginger boys (Oscar and Pepper), but she caught our attention as she was climbing up her cage door almost frantic to get our attention. We were not recommended to take her because apparently she was very violent. Anyway, we rescued all 3. She has her "predictably" unpredictable moments, but most of the time she is absolutely adorable. She is pictured here aged 7 years, obviously without a care in the world.
Love this mountain, great texture and formation As we approach Banff Alberta Canada The peak is definitely in the clouds Cascade Mountain is a mountain located in the Bow River Valley of Banff National Park, adjacent to the town of Banff. The mountain was named in 1858 by James Hector after the waterfall or cascade on the southern flanks of the peak. The mountain has also been calledStoney Chief, which is related to the name of the smaller neighbouring mountain Stoney Squaw, which is still in use. Cascade is the highest mountain adjacent to the townsite. More info> en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascade_…