After the heavy rain from summer storms, fog covers the landscape with the fresh of the night. When the sun rises up, some truly magic atmospheres can be experienced in the woods. This day it only last some minutes because clouds rapidly hid the sun, but it was nice to witness this brief surreal scene. Shot 4 days ago.
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.
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I'll join pretty much every other photographer, and hereby present to you an autumn forest!
Taken yesterday. I have a different edit of this one as well, more dark and less warm. My first autumn shot of this year should be in actual autumn colours though.
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The opening image for StarSpun Chapter 7, in which Poppy has just arrived on the flip side of StarSpun known as Nightside after a harrowing brush with her Nightmare in the Eddies. What new dangers await? You can read the chapter online at: www.starspuncomic.com/starspun…. (Note: This image is 4k wallpaper-sized for your enjoyment.)
Jordan Roberts Photography Columbia Hills, Eastern Washington
A rare catch indeed, virga timed with a break in the horizon makes for some of the most dramatic sky scenery, second to lenticular clouds in my opinion. This was the first real noteworthy sunset over the eastern Columbia River Gorge for the season. Mt. Hood can be seen on the far left part of the image. This was a last minute composition as I had another one set up for a good hour as I watched the virga and clouds pass right over me. I still don't think it turned out too bad.
My love for you hangs like virga as you light me up.....
Missed out on most of the auroras the last few days due to clouds and snow, but managed to get clear skies yesterday (20.02) to capture this. Had to walk through waistdeep snow to get to this hillside, almost got stuch on the way down, but it was certainly worth it.
Shot ontop of Kvænangsfjellet, Troms, Northern Norway. Nikon D800, Zeiss 15mm, F2.8, Iso 3200, 6 Seconds.
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For those who are at higher latitudes than my -35 degrees location in Australia there has been some great aurora activity over the past few days. Given my position the aurora activity was not strong enough to get any of those wonderful greens but I was still able to pick up the higher altitude reds/pinks/purples low down on the horizon. I was heading home from playing tennis when I decided to pull over to the side of the road to do a test shot as I knew there was a chance of aurora and I had picked up a little bit of colour the previous night in between clouds. Needless to say it was quite a long time before I eventually made it home. Canon 5D MkII, 14mm, F/2.8, ISO 3200, 30 seconds.
I took this panorama a few weeks ago on my way home from doing a presentation on the night sky. The small community left of center has a population of about 1000 people and has a great lighting policy. You can see that there is hardly any light being wasted into the night sky and stars are visible right down to the horizon above the town. Where as the city on the right of frame is full of unshielded lighting that are simply wasting light and energy into the sky and blocking out the stars that we all love.
can you see the momiji leaves in the lake ? this is one of those spots i like to walk . Shooting holding a umbrella is so stupid . my yellow umbrella . . . anyway , i am going there today as well because the sky looks like it's going to be a very bright sunny day , and i've just got of the night shift at work so , it's perfect timing