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After sunset, we had the privilege of attending the evening prayer at one of the numerous monasteries that dot the Mandalay Hill. Out of respect I did not want to use flash. Instead of trying to make a somewhat sharp picture, I opted to capture motion. Images with motion work best when there are elements which remain sharp enough, so the challenge was to wait for a key moment when some monks would be in motion, and others not. This happened at the end of the prayer, so the window was very short. 1s ISO 1600 f4 did I say it was dark ?

More: http://www.terragalleria.com/blog/2014/03/07/mandalay-myanmar/
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This is toooo funny!
CPR.   lessons for cats.........One two three.......one two three......  :D
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Vik, Iceland, 2014
Weather and light change this classic Icelandic scene/location dramatically.

Find out more about our DPD workshop here.
http://bit.ly/bGBRB0

#digitalphotodestinations   #iceland   #landscapephotography  
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Every Home Has It's Story

You can't help what the story is of this abandoned home near Orchard, Nebraska.
This wrap around porch had a view of the fields behind it. I can imagine watching storms move across the plains from here. There's the temperature gauge to know when it's time for the lemonade or the winter coat.

If these walls could talk, I'd love to hear it's story.
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New Byron Hot Springs Gallery at LostAmerica.com
Shot between 2005 and 2007, many of the people following my work now have probably never seen these, so it's time to put a set of 'em on the website.

Byron Hot springs was a resort hidden in the hills between Oakland and Stockton CA.  It's 1920s heyday was eclipsed by abandonment during the Great Depression and use as a POW camp during WWII.  After a short stint as a monastery in the '50's it stood abandoned, and supposedly, haunted, for 40 years.  Once the caretaker disappeared after the turn of the century, it didn't take long for the ruins to become a magnet for vandals and parting teenagers . . . and photographers.  Since shooting these, almost every square inch of the place has been tagged and I personally know at least 50 other urbex shooters who have taken a stab at capturing the place's vibe.
Visit the 20-image gallery here:  http://lostamerica.com/photo-items/byron-hot-springs-resort/
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