Wow, that's incredible! Seriously good light!
This image is from my last visit to the Palouse Hills in WA. For a moment we were treated to some wonderful light beams. May the light be with you my friends. Jave
thanks man, we had some amazing light beams on this day. If you look closely you can see the rain at the horizon.
Gorgeous image, I need to get to the Palouse area some time soon! The light in this image is amazing!
Pls forgive me. I forgot to mention your beautiful contribution to capture such a beauty & share it with us. I salute your sight!
Thanks everyone for the kind words.thanks for the link bud, I just joined here a few months back and just getting used to the interface:) Jave
Thanks everyone!thanks bud I also went BW with this, I hope it meets your standards when I post it:) jave
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Beautiful picture.. I still don't see the relationship with a God, however I se the contrast between light and shadows.. Cheers!!
Wow!! It's so beautiful that it almost looks fake or like something you'd see in a dream. Thanks for sharing this.
In this picture Nature reveals hidden facts, just a few people....... in this universe can understand them. i appreciate to you for this effort..
did nice work with this photo, like how you enhanced the light ,,, use a filter? or just the tools available ?
Stunning! Nice viewpoint for it too! I can almost imagine this as sun streaming through the water....the green being an algi on the bottom, and the clouds the surface of the water
Thannks for the visit, i did not add any saturation to the greens. A luminosity mask of the midtones and Levels adjustments did the trick. Jave
Thanks much and yes it looked fake as i was watching it! We really got Lucky with nature on that evening. NO photoshop trickery here, those are real light beams. Jave
Light's good, but the contrast between the light and the darkness is what makes this photo beautiful.
wow. it's not an hdr shot? (either way it's beautiful) if that's a raw shot....that is an example of seeing something and having it happen so fast that you really never knew how fantastic it was.....a snapshot of moments we never remember
Thanks, this is a single raw image, no blend or HDR! Minimal processing with Lum masks and no added saturation. This was indeed some of the most amazing light beams i have ever witnessed and what a great setting to witness them beaming on the Palouse hills. Jave
once agin beautyful see how god works he has performed a big miricle in my lil sis's life her name is lilly belle and she is now blind bc of her deisease and she did not open her eyes for about 6 months in minioplis so they flew her back incluuding she was living on a venilator so the dr.s flew her back home bc she was confirmed dieing and right as she landed she opened her eyes and now we thank god for her being here alive and healthy so praise the lord and go to church any church as long as u here the gospel od jesus christ our lord and savior
holy hellz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! no wonder you so excited to find this gem GO TEAM JAVE!
Gorgeous! I'm sure I've told you this before :) I love it. I'm looking forward to the Palouse this year ;)
This curtain of light is a gift from heaven! Thanks for sharing such an incredible picture!!!
This is such an amazing image! I know I've commented, favorited this on other sites, but it deserves to be said again. Stunning!
Thanks much. Are you referring to a large print or high res file? either way both are available for sale. You can contact me here or via my website, thanks again. Jave
Either, need something to replace the prints in my lounge. Couldn't find this one on your site, but I'll keep looking. Love the design by the way, the Golden Gate Bridge is impressive!
thanks much send me an email via my site and i will reply back ASAP! I have not loaded this particular image to my site yet. Jave
wow, this looks really wonderful, love the light it gives a really nice mood to this pic
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