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Neutrina
Tal vez no comparto tus ideas, pero defenderé con mi vida tu derecho a expresarlas. Voltaire.
Tal vez no comparto tus ideas, pero defenderé con mi vida tu derecho a expresarlas. Voltaire.
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Te quiero,
A pesar de las tormentas y de los fuertes vientos,
Hasta cuando parecen ahogarse mis fuerzas con los aguaceros.

Cada vez que el abismo me abraza tranquilamente no veo el suelo
Porque pronto me crecen alas grandes y lúcidas para levantar vuelo,
Y sí, por ti vuelo, vuelo...

De oscuridad y frío a veces se cubre mi cuerpo,
Pero al saber que cuando llegues lo envolverás en tu fuego
Tranquilo tiemblo y busco luces muy adentro.

Esperarte
http://juanestebanzacarias.blogspot.com.ar/2012/10/esperarte.html
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Through The Woods

When I visit a location, I always try to give myself time to really explore the location. When we visited Rainbow Falls on The Big Island of Hawaii, I took a few shots of the waterfall, and then want to see what else I could find. I climbed the steps to the top of the falls, and then followed the path off into the woods. The path was soaked with water from intermittent downpours, so I sloshed along... letting the mud ooze over my slippers and between my toes. I loved these trees with their echoing curves that created a beautiful tunnel of greenery.

A couple of tips for photographing in the woods:

1. Forests can be full of "clutter", so getting a pleasing composition can be hard. Look for repeating patterns, and eliminate distracting elements if you can.

2. Pay close attention to your histogram. Getting the right exposure in the woods can be tough because the sky is usually visible through the leaves - and is much brighter than the trunks and leaves in the shadows. In this case, I let the sky blow out in order to ensure that the trees were properly exposed.

Do you find it difficult to produce nice compositions when you are shooting in the woods? Or is it just me? :)

#landscapephotography   #phototips  
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Lost in the Skies -- Spanish Fork, UT
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