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Hiroshi Kaige
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If you think this sunset is beautiful, just wait till you see the BMW 6 Series' lights in full action...


Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions for the BMW 650i Coupé:
Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 7.7–7.4
CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 180–172

Further information about the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions for new passenger automobiles can be found in the 'New Passenger Vehicle Fuel Consumption and CO2 Emission Guidelines', which are available free of charge at all sales outlets and from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany and on

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#fireworks #cooljapan #mie #photomaniajapan

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I was just in Sedona, stopping by to take some photos while on the way to Burning Man, and I got caught in this massive storm while hiking!  Whoa!  That looks like a little hill in front of me, but it's actually quite the mountain.  There's a beautiful mansion up on top... it looks like an alien armada is about to suck it up into a reverse-Sedona-vortex.  

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The Irony of the Future -- San Francisco, CA

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New York City, here I come!

You're stop 1 out of 13 on the USA Photo Walk Tour at - I'm gonna arrive a few days early... I can't wait!  And of course I'm going to visit The Met (pictured below)! :)

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Hawaii Route 61, the road everyone calls the Pali Highway, is one of the most scenic drives in America. It connects Honolulu with the windward side of Oahu and when you reach the utmost peak of the road, you'll see this awesome view. It was on this spot that King Kamehameha fought a now-legendary battle to unify Hawaii under his rule, making it not only one of the most beautiful places on Oahu but also one of the most historically significant.

I flew back into Hawaii tonight and I'd forgotten this photo I took... It was on my desktop waiting for me. I must have thought it wasn't good enough to share, but after having been gone a few weeks, it seemed more alive to me than before. I love going up the Pali ... Hawaii is a place you'll go for a drive, just to drive. I especially love it, when you're at the lookout and the sun shines between the mountain tops and lights up the valley.

Hope you all can join me for my Waikiki PhotoWalk this Sunday:

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She Had A Vision of Faraway Lands
Trains and their tracks had a way of transporting her...
Inspiring her to dream of faraway lands and all the fascinating people she would meet there.
And the adventures... oh my!
So, I did a little photowalk the other day... with my husband Joe.
He's inherited my little T1i and wants to learn to use it! I love this so hard.
Being both a techie and deep jazz guy, he's got a great eye and imagination.
We went to the train tracks to talk a little about composition and line... and be inspired by reflections in unexpected places. It was awesome good fun!

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"A Beautiful Return Home"
Koh Tao Island, Thailand - 2007

One of the biggest pushes of my photography career early on was deciding to pick up and travel throughout South East Asia for 7 months. It gave me the freedom to be creative in my craft while helping to build my confidence, both in my abilities as a photographer and as someone that could survive while traveling solo into remote locations around the globe.

This image was taken on Koh Tao Island, located in the Gulf of Thailand. Known for is mountainous terrain and numerous dive shops. I spent two weeks living in a hut on the beach while writing, exploring and documenting the beauty of this Island. The boat in this image was a dive boat returning to shore as the sunset on the ocean horizon.

Image Info:
Camera: Canon Rebel XTi (first DSLR)
Lens: Canon 70-300 F/4.0-5.6
ISO: 100
Exposure: f / 11 at 1/50th sec (Handheld)

*As you can see, this image was made with a Canon XTi. I may talk about my excitement for the Nikon D800 and Canon 1Dx that I now have, but the reality is that your photo equipment is just a tool...a means to help you capture a scene. It still takes creative vision and understanding of the art form to excel as a photographer and an artist.
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