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With its origions steming from Victoria's highest peak, Mountain Creek is a little oasis in the heart of the Alpine National Park.

Mountain Creek, Mt Beauty Victoria.

Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Shooting Mode Bulb, Shutter Speed 54.9, Aperture Value 110, Spot Metering, ISO 50, EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM @23mm, Hoya ND8 & B+W CPL filters
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Pretty Valley Creek, Alpine National Park, Falls Creek Victoria

Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Shooting Mode Bulb, Shutter Speed 240
Aperture Value 11, Center-Weighted Average Metering, ISO 200
EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM @ 35.0 mm
B+W 10 stop & CPL filters
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I think someone spilled a lot of Gatorade over here. Tastes better, though :D

Location: Garibaldi Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Nikon 10-24mm + Moose's Polarizer
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St. John.
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The classic view of Mt. Assiniboine seen from The Niblet.

Taken on my first evening back at this gorgeous dreamlike place. The area has received a fair amount of snow a few days before I visited. The snow combined with the golden larch trees made this view extra spectacular!


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Tons upon tons of herring found their demise in this bay, smothered from lack of oxygen in its waters. It was a sad scene indeed, a good reminder of life's frailty.
Needless to say, I couldn't bear the smell of fish for a month after this ordeal.

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Canon 5D3
Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II
Lee filters, Heliopan CPL
Snæfellsnes Peninsula, West Iceland
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The 400 years old beech trees called "l'Allée des Géants", caught in a thick fog after a rainy night.
It was at early morning with an overcast sky, the light was weak and diffused by the fog. Such a fantastic mood here, I was so pleased.

Allier, France


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Near Bonsai Rock.
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It is pretty much the same as "breathe" but I really liked that I got the shooting star in this even if it is all the way up in the corner.

Hope you like it.

d800, 14mm, iso 3200, 30 seconds.
Near gildetun, troms county, northern norway.

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Burren, Ireland
July 2012
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Dún Laoghaire East Pier Lighthouse in Ireland
July 2012
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Istanbul
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Place: Jyväskylä - Finland

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Kuopio - Finland

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I can´t remember thinking anything but being in awe of the moment, after 6 hours of waiting (which was worth every minute of it) the light of day started to slowly creep in while the aurora danced across the sky.

Captured in Sørkjosen, Troms, Northern Norway.
Nikon D800E, 15mm.
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Colour bomb sunrise over Shelly beach rockshelf, near Manly, Sydney Australia. This is why
I go out shooting sunrise most weekends, to hopefully catch a sky like this ! :)

Nikon D800 & Nikkor 16-35mm, Lee 1.2 GND filter. PP in PS CC using Nik Software and luminosity masks.
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After almost 3 hours of hiking with all the gear on our backs, we were presented with this dramatic sunset, with clouds burning up almost like the mountains were spewing lava.


This is a 7 vertical exposure stitched panorama, each built off a 3 exposure HDR.
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Sunrise over Bombo quarry, near Kiama, Australia. Such a great location, lots of interesting rock textures and compositions to be discovered.

Nikon D800 & Nikkor 16-35mm, Lee 1.2 GND filter. PP in PS CC using Nik Software and luminosity masks.
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Another night of chasing the northern lights, yesterday was very good but just too cloudy, today was not that bad either and finaly some break in the clouds.


Moved a bit slower today so managed to get a proper pano shot ( 3 shots ).

Nikon D90 with Tokina 11-16mm lens, Iso 1250, 8 seconds.
Cool color edit.

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The sky from my university
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Forest fire in Catalonia
L'armentera, Spain
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Taken yesterday with my pocket-cam after the Texas rain went away. I didn't even know there was a hurricane, (or was it a tropical storm?) and to make matters worse, they named it Hermine...seriously how the hell do you pronounce that? is it like 'Hermin' or is it like 'Her-Mi-Ni' or even 'Her-Mine', or 'Her-mee-knee' ?? I don't know!

okay, that was really off-topic, but oh well, my post, my rant. lol
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:3 pretty! haha goodness i took so many of these type of photos :3
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Lisbon, Portugal
03/2012

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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.

I hope you guys like it :)
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Oil pastels
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Location: Steveston, Richmond, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. 
Equipment: Nikon D5200 + Nikon 10-24mm. 
Processing: Photomatix Pro 5 and Photoshop CC from 3 x RAW.

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Quiet evening on the river. 

Location: Terra Nova, Richmond, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. 
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This one was so much fun to do! Worked on it quite a while because I wanted to combine my fantasy style with some more urban stuff.
Also the composition was quite a bit of work, adding the dogs really helped making the eye twirl around in the painting.
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abandoned factory
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Li River at Yangshuo, China, taken on a bamboo boat...

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Upper Antelope Canyon...
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The first gate in death.
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"Above Him were seraphs, each with six wings: With two wings they covered their faces, with two they covered their feet, and with two they were flying. And they were calling to one another :
'Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Almighty; the whole earth is full of His glory.'"
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The fight to keep your head above water can be a tough one sometimes. 

Photoshop CS6 & Wacom Intuos 5. An hour or two of messy sketching :heart: 
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"The Natural Networks IV" | Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal

Entangled in the endless stream of thoughts, mirrored by the natural networks of the Earth, anger subsides and serenity finally prevails.

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The story:

Shot recently in Vila Nova de Milfontes, in one of my favourite spots. When the tide is low at sunset, you can witness this intricate and beautiful pattern of exposed rocks. This is just the second time I've been at this spot, as you need to shoot it under the right conditions. It's not easy to get the simultaneous presence of low tide, good sunset, clouds, sun orientation and available time. There were just two photographers shooting this place, including me, showing that Portugal must be one of the most under-rated photo destinations in the world...

Technical details:
This was one of the first times where I had the opportunity to test the new Firecrest filters that Formatt Hitech sent me. Used a 7 stop full ND on this one, along with a 3 stop Soft ND Grad and a 3 stop Reverse Grad (prototype) for the sky.

Sony a77 + Sigma 10-20mm
Exposure: 30 seconds
Aperture: f9
ISO: 100
Formatt Hitech Firecrest filters: 7 stop Full ND; 3 stop soft ND Grad, 3 stop Reverse Grad
Manfrotto Tripod
Wireless remote shutter
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"Sublimation" | Skogafoss, Iceland

"With the unique ability of being at the same time one of the most powerful waterfalls in Iceland, as well as certainly the most elegant, Skogafoss is one of the best examples of natural sublimation, where the thunderous water is suprisingly transformed into a smooth flowing river. I felt I could witness this place for days on end, and never get tired of doing it."

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This shot was made on the 6th day of the Iceland trip. I had been shooting a gorgeous mountain off the beaten path in the south on the day before, during sunset (I'm eager to submit those photos), and decided to head to Skogafoss during the night, to be able to have enough time to shoot both Skogafoss and Seljalandfoss the next day. Fortunately/Unfortunately it was raining a lot as soon as I woke up, so I opted to stay inside the car and sleep a bit more, as my body was starting to get exhausted. The rain kept pouring, although with less intensity, so I decided I just had to leave the car and try to shoot.

This is probably my favourite waterfall in Iceland, due to the simple fact that you can be right next to the area where that massive amount of water fall on the ground. You can feel the huge amount of water spray dozens of meters before reaching the waterfall, and when you finally get really near... well... it's absolute water hell! Imagine the heaviest rainfall you can... now imagine it coming from every single direction... now imagine the thunderous sound of the water crushing the rocky ground... now feel that unique and pervasive tingling sensation of being near something that just feels too big and powerful, making you feel tiny, microscopic, insignificant... well, that is Skogafoss, and it just feels great.

After shooting Godafoss, Detifoss and then Skogafoss, I could confirm that some kind of divine creature must have participated in sculpting this Island... There just too much unique beauty, to be able to imagine it as a byproduct of chaos and randomness. Then I went to Seljalandfoss, and this certainty just became even stronger.

As you can easily imagine, the weather wasn't at it's best during this day. Absolutely overcast sky and constant light rain. Once more the usual trouble to protect the camera and clean filters between every shot. From a certain distance, it was outright impossible to do even short exposures.

This waterfall has been photographed thousands of times by excellent photographers. Even though I already said I do not actually mind in repeating angles which have already been made, as every photo is unique and different, I wanted to use the river course and it's pebbles to create something partially new. This involved soaking my legs once more in frozen water, but I just had to try to capture the simmetry between the lower part and the top sky, to contain and enrich the waterfall area. Went for a darker post-processing, with strong contrast, avoiding too much saturation and concentrating on the contrast between the rock textures and the waterfall.

Technical info:
Sony a77 + Sigma 10-20mm
Aperture: f/9
Exposure: 13 seconds
ISO: 100
Manual Focus
Wireless Remote shutter
Filters: 3 stop soft ND Grad Formatt Hitech; 4 stop Prostop IRND Formatt Hitech
Manfrotto 055XPRO3 tripod + Manfrotto Ballhead
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This was shot couple of months ago at Yyteri beach, Finland.
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