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Norman A Quinn
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"As a photographer I haven't got a clue what I'm doing, but as an artist I do what I like!"
"As a photographer I haven't got a clue what I'm doing, but as an artist I do what I like!"

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Stormin Quinn was out hiking. He tracked 8.89 mi in 5h:28m:13s.

http://app.endomondo.com/workouts/921097826/13894891

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Now taking bookings for fitness shoots regards XFS and NABBA Competitors...

www.facebook.com/IronmanPhotographyNI

For fitness shoot enquiries please contact me via the Facebook link above (Ironman Photography)/here or through Instagram (@n.a.quinn.photography).

A lot of people are now starting their show prep for April's competitions so now is the time to book your shoot and forever capture the results of all your hard work and dedication.

Please check out my homepage for more photos and make sure you hit 'follow' so that you see my daily uploads or head to my facebook page and hit 'like'.

#ironmanphotography #XFS #muscle #gym #shredded #fitfam #instafitness #inspiration #trainhard #health #NABBA #fit #fitnessphotographer #workout #photooftheday #instahealth #strong #motivation #determination #lifestyle #diet #getfit #exercise #strength #followme #followthem #l4l #gymshoot #fitnessshoot #fitness
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07/01/2017
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Stormin Quinn was out running. He tracked 2.65 mi in 30m:28s.

http://app.endomondo.com/workouts/747424238/13894891

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'Fire Sky'...
- One of the most impressive sunsets I have had the pleasure to witness, amazing colours, just like the sky was literally on fire. . .
www.facebook.com/22over7.FineArtPhotography
'Fire Sky'...
- One of the most impressive sunsets I have had the pleasure to witness, amazing colours, just like the sky was literally on fire. . .
www.facebook.com/22over7.FineArtPhotography

Ever wondered about the science behind these spectacular sunrises/sunsets?

Ordinary sunlight is composed of a spectrum of colours that grade from violets and blues at one end to oranges and reds on the other. The wavelengths in this spectrum range from .47 um for violet to .64 um for red. Air molecules are much smaller than this --- about a thousand times smaller. Thus, air is a good Rayleigh scatterer. But because air molecules are slightly closer in size to the wavelength of violet light than to that of red light, pure air scatters violet light three to four times more effectively than it does the longer wavelengths. In fact, were it not for the fact that human eyes are more sensitive to blue light than to violet, the clear daytime sky would appear violet instead of blue!
At sunrise or sunset, sunlight takes a much longer path through the atmosphere than during the middle part of the day. Because this lengthened path results in an increased amount of violet and blue light being scattered out of the beam by the nearly infinite number of scattering "events" that occur along the way (a process collectively known as multiple scattering), the light that reaches an observer early or late in the day is noticeably reddened. Thus, it could be said that sunsets are red because the daytime sky is blue. This notion is perhaps best illustrated by example: A beam of sunlight that at a given moment helps produce a red sunset over the Giant's Causeway is at the same time contributing to a deep blue, late afternoon sky over the Mournes. All fascinating stuff.

On a technical note, this is a 12 image panoramic stitched together with editing software and processed in Lightroom- perfect for being blown up large scale and taking pride of place on your living room wall.

Credits
Landscape Photographer: Norman A Quinn of 22/7 Fine Art Photography: Landscapes & Cityscapes
Location: Ballyroney, County Down, Northern Ireland

All images available for purchase- please contact me at norman.a.quinn@naquinnphotography.com

Sharing of 'original' post encouraged: please do NOT copy/crop or edit without prior consent.

© 22/7 Fine Art Photography (Duplication or alteration of the original image is strictly prohibited (Copyright Law Title 17, Appendix V. Additional Provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 2005, Section 102) without written permission. Alterations include, but are not limited to, application of filters, cropping, or modifications of any kind).

#Panaoramic #Panorama #landscapes #Cityscapes #belfast #northernireland #ireland #uk #art #fineart #fineartphotography #sunset #sunsetphotography #Ballyroney 
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'Fire Sky'...
- One of the most impressive sunsets I have had the pleasure to witness, amazing colours, just like the sky was literally on fire. . .
www.facebook.com/22over7.FineArtPhotography

Ever wondered about the science behind these spectacular sunrises/sunsets?

Ordinary sunlight is composed of a spectrum of colours that grade from violets and blues at one end to oranges and reds on the other. The wavelengths in this spectrum range from .47 um for violet to .64 um for red. Air molecules are much smaller than this --- about a thousand times smaller. Thus, air is a good Rayleigh scatterer. But because air molecules are slightly closer in size to the wavelength of violet light than to that of red light, pure air scatters violet light three to four times more effectively than it does the longer wavelengths. In fact, were it not for the fact that human eyes are more sensitive to blue light than to violet, the clear daytime sky would appear violet instead of blue!
At sunrise or sunset, sunlight takes a much longer path through the atmosphere than during the middle part of the day. Because this lengthened path results in an increased amount of violet and blue light being scattered out of the beam by the nearly infinite number of scattering "events" that occur along the way (a process collectively known as multiple scattering), the light that reaches an observer early or late in the day is noticeably reddened. Thus, it could be said that sunsets are red because the daytime sky is blue. This notion is perhaps best illustrated by example: A beam of sunlight that at a given moment helps produce a red sunset over the Giant's Causeway is at the same time contributing to a deep blue, late afternoon sky over the Mournes. All fascinating stuff.

On a technical note, this is a 12 image panoramic stitched together with editing software and processed in Lightroom- perfect for being blown up large scale and taking pride of place on your living room wall.

Credits
Landscape Photographer: Norman A Quinn of 22/7 Fine Art Photography: Landscapes & Cityscapes
Location: Ballyroney, County Down, Northern Ireland

All images available for purchase- please contact me at norman.a.quinn@naquinnphotography.com

Sharing of 'original' post encouraged: please do NOT copy/crop or edit without prior consent.

© 22/7 Fine Art Photography (Duplication or alteration of the original image is strictly prohibited (Copyright Law Title 17, Appendix V. Additional Provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 2005, Section 102) without written permission. Alterations include, but are not limited to, application of filters, cropping, or modifications of any kind).

#Panaoramic #Panorama #landscapes #Cityscapes #belfast #northernireland #ireland #uk #art #fineart #fineartphotography #sunset #sunsetphotography #Ballyroney 
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'Fire Sky'...
- One of the most impressive sunsets I have had the pleasure to witness, amazing colours, just like the sky was literally on fire. . .
www.facebook.com/22over7.FineArtPhotography

Ever wondered about the science behind these spectacular sunrises/sunsets?

Ordinary sunlight is composed of a spectrum of colours that grade from violets and blues at one end to oranges and reds on the other. The wavelengths in this spectrum range from .47 um for violet to .64 um for red. Air molecules are much smaller than this --- about a thousand times smaller. Thus, air is a good Rayleigh scatterer. But because air molecules are slightly closer in size to the wavelength of violet light than to that of red light, pure air scatters violet light three to four times more effectively than it does the longer wavelengths. In fact, were it not for the fact that human eyes are more sensitive to blue light than to violet, the clear daytime sky would appear violet instead of blue!
At sunrise or sunset, sunlight takes a much longer path through the atmosphere than during the middle part of the day. Because this lengthened path results in an increased amount of violet and blue light being scattered out of the beam by the nearly infinite number of scattering "events" that occur along the way (a process collectively known as multiple scattering), the light that reaches an observer early or late in the day is noticeably reddened. Thus, it could be said that sunsets are red because the daytime sky is blue. This notion is perhaps best illustrated by example: A beam of sunlight that at a given moment helps produce a red sunset over the Giant's Causeway is at the same time contributing to a deep blue, late afternoon sky over the Mournes. All fascinating stuff.

On a technical note, this is a 12 image panoramic stitched together with editing software and processed in Lightroom- perfect for being blown up large scale and taking pride of place on your living room wall.

Credits
Landscape Photographer: Norman A Quinn of 22/7 Fine Art Photography: Landscapes & Cityscapes
Location: Ballyroney, County Down, Northern Ireland

All images available for purchase- please contact me at norman.a.quinn@naquinnphotography.com

Sharing of 'original' post encouraged: please do NOT copy/crop or edit without prior consent.

© 22/7 Fine Art Photography (Duplication or alteration of the original image is strictly prohibited (Copyright Law Title 17, Appendix V. Additional Provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 2005, Section 102) without written permission. Alterations include, but are not limited to, application of filters, cropping, or modifications of any kind).

#Panaoramic #Panorama #landscapes #Cityscapes #belfast #northernireland #ireland #uk #art #fineart #fineartphotography #sunset #sunsetphotography #Ballyroney 
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'Rainbow Nation'...
- One of the most impressive sunsets I have had the pleasure to witness, amazing colours, just like a rainbow in the sky . . .
www.facebook.com/22over7.FineArtPhotography

Ever wondered about the science behind these spectacular sunrises/sunsets?

Ordinary sunlight is composed of a spectrum of colors that grade from violets and blues at one end to oranges and reds on the other. The wavelengths in this spectrum range from .47 um for violet to .64 um for red. Air molecules are much smaller than this --- about a thousand times smaller. Thus, air is a good Rayleigh scatterer. But because air molecules are slightly closer in size to the wavelength of violet light than to that of red light, pure air scatters violet light three to four times more effectively than it does the longer wavelengths. In fact, were it not for the fact that human eyes are more sensitive to blue light than to violet, the clear daytime sky would appear violet instead of blue!
At sunrise or sunset, sunlight takes a much longer path through the atmosphere than during the middle part of the day. Because this lengthened path results in an increased amount of violet and blue light being scattered out of the beam by the nearly infinite number of scattering "events" that occur along the way (a process collectively known as multiple scattering), the light that reaches an observer early or late in the day is noticeably reddened. Thus, it could be said that sunsets are red because the daytime sky is blue. This notion is perhaps best illustrated by example: A beam of sunlight that at a given moment helps produce a red sunset over the Giant's Causeway is at the same time contributing to a deep blue, late afternoon sky over the Mournes. All fascinating stuff.

On a technical note, this is a 12 image panoramic stitched together with editing software and processed in Lightroom- perfect for being blown up large scale and taking pride of place on your living room wall.

Credits
Landscape Photographer: Norman A Quinn of 22/7 Fine Art Photography: Landscapes & Cityscapes
Location: Ballyroney, County Down, Northern Ireland

All images available for purchase- please contact me at norman.a.quinn@naquinnphotography.com

Sharing of 'original' post encouraged: please do NOT copy/crop or edit without prior consent.

© 22/7 Fine Art Photography (Duplication or alteration of the original image is strictly prohibited (Copyright Law Title 17, Appendix V. Additional Provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 2005, Section 102) without written permission. Alterations include, but are not limited to, application of filters, cropping, or modifications of any kind).

#Panaoramic   #Panorama   #landscapes   #Cityscapes   #belfast   #northernireland   #ireland   #uk   #art   #fineart   #fineartphotography   #sunset   #sunsetphotography   #Ballyroney  
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