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It's completely unrelated to my curation here on G+, but please feel free to follow me on Instagram! Cheers! (Also - don't worry, I'm not planning on doing any sort of non-landscape photography promotion in the future. I just thought I'd do a quick plug for my account 🙂)
It's completely unrelated to my curation here on G+, but please feel free to follow me on Instagram! Cheers!
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"Electric Blue"
By +Iurie Belegurschi iceland-photo-tours.com / fb.com/IurieBelegurschiPhotography From above, Iceland's braided river systems resemble snakes, inexplicably intertwined! These intricate patterns deliver water from the melting glaciers throughout the island's fragile ecosystem, eventually reaching the sea. - Iurie Belegurschi

#photography #landscape #iceland #aerialphotography
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"Indescion"
By Greg Stokesbury bit.ly/stokesbury This is a single frame shot from my 2016 visit to White Pocket. This was just before sunset and we had a sky with multiple personalities. Off to the left of this shot there was blue sky and sunshine. You can see that in my shots White Pocket Icon and One Last Time. To the right was nasty looking rain clouds. They were taken about 30 minutes prior to this one. Then 30 minutes later from this one being taken the rains came, so the sunshine lost out. - Greg Stokesbury

#photography #landscape #arizona #sunset
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"Tempest"
By +William Patino www.williampatino.com Eating dinner with my family, we watched this storm suddenly emerge from behind the nearby ranges. By the time I grabbed my gear and ran to the car, the light and atmosphere had eerily shifted, as the wind picked up and thunder began to echo around the valley walls. Setting up by these lupin and gazing up at this cloud, I began to question my decision to be outdoors, so exposed to the violence that was about to ensue. I soon ran back to shelter as hail, lightning and strong winds made their way on shore. I was filled with mixed emotions of joy and fear and could do nothing but laugh at the power of such an event, something that really reminded me how futile we humans are. In the morning all the lupin in this location we obliterated, lying sideways and scattered in every direction. - William Patino

#photography #landscape #newzealand #lupins
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"GREEN EYE OF SAURON"
By Nicholas Roemmelt https://venture.photography As a panorama photographer I scarcely do vertical landscapes in portrait mode and I scarcely do vertical panoramas either, but sometimes it is definitely the best way to show the viewer the "whole show".
If you have never seen the northern lights with your own eyes and maybe have never experienced a so called "Corona" it is hard to understand what it really looks like.
A single frame is often best to "cut a long story short" and reduce the topic to the most prominent elements but sometimes you simply can´t tell the whole story.
Thus the picture is vertically stitched of 4 singles in landscape mode (140° in vertical direction) , so this is what you really would have seen in that crazy night, if you had laid down in the snow and had looked up in the sky : There was a big "Corona" dancing some degrees to the south of the zenith and thus on the opposite direction the camera was aligned to (to the north). The corona was freakingly moving and the aurora which was spread all over the sky and literally glooming in more than "50 shades of green and purple", seemed to originate from one point in the center of the Corona, that constantly kept on bringing forth new rays of green and purple light.
I have been able to witness some wonderful aural displays in my life so far but I guess this was one of my TOP 2 nights in my personal „hall of fame“. - Nicholas Roemmelt

#photography #landscape #norway #auroraborealis
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"Wanderlust"
By +Ian Plant www.ianplant.com "Wanderlust" - flying high with my drone over the Colorado Plateau area of the Utah desert. DJI Phantom 4 Pro, ISO 200, f/2.8, 1/30 second. - Ian Plant

#photography #landscape #utah #desert
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"frozen Kirkjufellfoss"
By +Ivan Pedretti www.thewildlifemoments.com the frozen Kirkjufellfoss waterfall
Sony α7rII, Sony 16-35 ZA - Ivan Pedretti

#photography #landscape #iceland #mountain
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