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Aiguille du Midi & Mont-Blanc mountains . French Alps.

emerging from a cocoon of clouds , at the blue hour, revealing lovely contrasts .

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"Aiguilles Vertes" from "Jalouvre " Mountain Summit . 

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Stitched Night Panorama - 4 images with 200 mm f/1.8 

Aiguille du midi - mont blanc du tacul - Mont Maudit - Mont blanc ( in the clouds ) 

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Ice bubbles from Abraham Lake
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Getting to this huge ice cave in Skaftafell national park involved walking in pouring rain for half an hour, but our group made the effort and got a beautiful, icy shelter. The shot was taken during my second 2013 'Land of Ice' workshop earlier this year.

If you'd like to experience and shoot these awesome locations under my dedicated guidance, please check out my upcoming 'Land of Ice' (south Iceland) and 'Winter Paradise' (northern Iceland) photography workshops next January!

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Skaftafell, Iceland
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The harsh winter continues in the Icefields. Looking towards the ancient forest!

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The Arizona desert is a great place to explore. The flora and fauna are entirely different than what I'm used to living at higher elevations. I thought the Teddy Bear Cholla (foreground) and Saguaro (the tall one) cactus were the coolest.

I painfully learned why they call the Teddy Bear Cholla the "jumping cactus". They don't actually move, but the barbed and spiny exterior are easily picked up if brushed against. Cowboys riding through the Sonoran Desert had to start wearing thick leather chaps despite the incredible heat to avoid the wrath of the jumping cactus.

This was taken in Lost Dutchman State Park outside of Phoenix, thanks to a tip from :iconpeterjcoskun:. If you want to see more desert imagery I suggest you drop by his page, he's captured some great light.
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I have a vertical version of this scene uploaded here already, but I thought I would post the horizontal version as well. What the vertical doesn't show well, is the source of light. I was able to blend two exposures together to bring out the most of the amazing light that I witnessed this evening. This resulted in a fairly fine band of light streaking across the landscape and painting the ridge on the left. It was one of the most amazing light shows I have seen, and was fortunate to view this scene with just a few other photographers who I was camping with.

Locust point- Grand Canyon

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Lost dutchman state park is one of my favorite places to photograph. During a good spring year, wildflowers carpet the slopes creating a rainbow like palette of colors beneath the impressive peaks. There are many flowers blooming out there right now, and hopefully more will continue to bloom to create a nice robust wildflower display. So expect another shot or two from here in the coming weeks.

Lost Dutchman State Park- Arizona.

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There really are no good angles to shoot Tasman Lake from the overlook (that I could find), but under the right light the valley is quite mysterious.
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Castelluccio di Norcia (Monti Sibillini National Park)

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Storm chase in the Bardenas desert, northern Spain.

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We were shooting Pyramid Mountain when I spotted these wonderful ice shreds on the bank of a small lake. I used my 17mm tilt-shift lens to get good sharpness throughout the scene, as I was a few tens of centimeters from the ice!

If you'd like to experience and shoot these amazing locations under my dedicated guidance, please check out my upcoming 'Land of Ice' (south Iceland) and 'Winter Paradise' (northern Iceland) photography workshops next January.
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TS-E 17mm Lee filter holder (custom made by Dima Zlotnyk) with Lee 0.9 soft grad and 105mm Heliopan CPL
Grundarfjörður, Snaefellsnes peninsula, West Iceland


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My little paradise in Normandy (France). It's a really unknown beach hidden by big cliffs and accessible only at low tide.
On this "done for fun" picture, it's me and my long time "partner" ;-)

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Snowy Pictures
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Another "film" shot... this one from two winters ago... One of the few snow shots in my collection.

Taken on Carsonville Rd, near the village of Carsonville, Pennsylvania.
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No, it's no snow..it's only infrared. One of my first tries with my new Hoya R72.
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Today we woke up to a widespread blanket of snow, and the news that in the next town, over 2000 people had been stranded overnight in blizzards, in and around the town occurred the biggest abandonement of cars ever seen in Britain due to snow. It was pretty incredible, and not all in a good way. I was one of those who couldn't get my car out the road due to it being a hill and all ( good for floods...but not for snow!) but luckily my parents were kind enough to run me around in their 4 by 4. We witnessed a crash as a woman couldn't brake and shunted the car in front of her, throwing him onto the roundabout in the path of our car, and I'm only too grateful that nothing more serious has happened to friends and family.

Snow is pretty to look at, but it's deadly, very very deadly. And that's sad but true :( Not looking forward to tomorrow, the snow has thawed a little and refrozen :(
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This was taken in Little Cottonwood Canyon near SLC, Utah.

As you can the area has received more snow that it has in decades, and the snow effects almost every living thing inhabiting the area.

For us, the commute to work is slowed and is more dangerous, while animals like deer and elk are fighting for their lives trying to find enough food under the enormous amount of snow.

What drew me to this small exposed section of the stream was the texture of the deep snow piled high above. The texture was created by the recent storm along with gravity pulling loose snow down into the stream. Also the shape of the rocks created some nice lines through the image.

Full view helps.

Canon 5D. 24-105mm. HDR. Circ Polar
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Bittersweet Snow
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Once a king among kings, until it lost its temper and blew it's top.
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Here is another image from yesterday mornings sunrise at Abraham Lake. This amazing light did not last very long so it required a lot of running on the ice to try and find some different foreground. At one point my ice cleat flew off while in full sprint and I nearly took a spill, but luckily my ever so graceful arm flailing slowed me down enough that I did not fall.


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d800, 14mm, iso 1600, f2.8, 4 seconds.

sørkjosen, troms county, northern Norway.

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©2013 James Hackland
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A wish you the best for 2013...
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Cascade Falls - Five Day Creek - New England National Park, NSW Australia.

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My second try this one in 2 shots ....

I prefer this one :)

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Milford Sound
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Dylan and I recently came back from a 3-week trip to New Zealand's South Island. It was our first real holiday since Charlotte arrived and we were quite looking forward to it. I was a bit nervous about travelling with an 8-month old baby, but she turned out to be absolutely fantastic as we dragged her out for sunrise and sunset almost everyday.

On this night Dylan was not with us as he did an overnight trek on the Routeburn Track. It had been raining all day until suddenly at 4pm it ceased. The rain caused a multitude of small waterfalls to magically appear, cascading off the mountains around us. I was trying to feed Charlotte dinner in our accommodation and watching the sky very closely. As soon as she finished I rushed out with her and tried to capture what was left of the light - seems that I misjudged how long it takes to get a child fed, strapped into a carrier, covered with mesh (so sandflies don't bite her) and then lugging all the photographic gear to the right location.

Thankfully there was just enough interesting clouds catching the light to make my efforts worthwhile. Bowen Falls on the right hand side of the image is not normally so visible but there was so much water from the rain it was roaring.

Thanks to my hubby for helping me process the image!
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On the wall mounting of Königstein, a famous fortress in Saxony. It's on 50 metre high sandstone rock and was built
in the 13th century.
When we were there it rained the whole week (before the flooding of Elbe river), so the view wasn't very nice though.
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According to legend, the rocks show wedding procession. Whatever its true or not its definitely beatiful place as whole valley of Ohre river between famous Karlovy Vary and amazing Loket.
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Perched on the edge of a steep valley wall, we watched the beginning of fall snowstorm roll past Mount Sneffels and the San Juan mountains. This is one of the more dramatic scenes that I've been lucky enough to photograph, with the angry sky, changing light, and gusty winds contrasting the pleasant green pastures dotted with grazing cattle and golden aspens in the valley below. We'd wake up the next morning with 5 inches of snow on our tents. Fall in Colorado is amazing!

Mount Sneffels, Colorado

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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.

If you'd like to experience and shoot these amazing locations under my dedicated guidance, please check out my upcoming 'Land of Ice' (south Iceland - first group sold out, 2nd group added) and 'Winter Paradise' (northern Iceland) photography workshops next January.
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You're also welcome to follow me on my facebook page, where you can get a first look at my images, as well as get all the info about my work, photo tours and other news. For prints and licensing, please contact me directly.



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Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II
Lee filters, Heliopan CPL
Snæfellsnes Peninsula, West Iceland
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A unique take on the monoliths at Smith Rock, Oregon.

When the river's water level is lower after the spring melt, these smoothly-eroded basalt rock formations reveal themselves. It's not easy, nor is it pleasant, reaching them.

Some pretty decent light occurred while I was attempting to find a way out to this spot in the river. I didn't expect to spend as long as I did finding a composition (hours), so it turned into a twilight shot. I think it works well due to the strange and perhaps otherworldly nature of the foreground.
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Oregon's Mount Hood and Mirror Lake, as seen from the summit of Tom, Dick, and Harry Mountain at sunset. One of the most vibrant sunsets I've seen in my life was going on to the left here - unfortunately the landscape was pretty boring in that direction. A bunch of color still bled into the sky to the north over Hood, though.

The title of this image referred to a very real situation. My tripod was lost immediately after this shoot - left it on the roof of my car like an idiot, lost it on Highway 26 driving back to Portland. Oh well, it was heavy and steel and now I have a carbon fiber replacement. And I have this image!
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Night fades to morning in this half-hour exposure of South Dakota's Badlands towering over balsamroot blooms.
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Atmospheric light highlights the rim of Oregon's Crater Lake during a summer sunset.
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Zejście z Jarząbczego (Tatry Zachodnie/Poland)
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YESH! I'm alive xD
Just got back from the seaside and here is a new art :PP


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lagoon ewan, coron palawan








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Another shot from Parque Nacional dos Lençóis Maranhenses - Maranhão - Brasil.
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Blue lagoon.......
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