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"We consume our tomorrows fretting about our yesterdays…"
By Sandeep Thomas www.ferpectshotz.com
We consume our tomorrows fretting about our yesterdays…
- Persius.
One more shot of the fantastic Hot Creek. For this shot I used a longer focal length to bring the mountains afar into a pit more prominence. Basically the past two visits we made to this location I didn’t had much luck with the spectacular sunrises this area is known for but thankfully the location is so spectacular it doesn’t really matter. The tame sky actually brings more interest to the stunning mountains and the beautiful Hot Creek snaking its way down into the valley. Thanks for visiting I hope you enjoy this image. - Sandeep Thomas

#photography #landscape #california #sunrise
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"Sandkings"
By +Ramunas K Fishermang bit.ly/fishermang
Who here has read Sandkings?
A scene from Lofoten, on one of its exceptionally awesome sand beaches. I have always dreamt (I seriously have dreamt while sleeping a few times) to photograph sand patterns against an awesome sky and sea or ocean. Dream finally came true, although I went to this place looking for a glorious sunset and ended up with something else.
Learned a few lessons through this one. I planned a trip to this spot, because it was far away and I was dependent on public transport I had to stay there for around 10 hours. For that reason I waited till the weather forecast showed more sun than clouds. And for sure it did. For first 3 hours. Snowstorms and rainstorms followed and I was wandering around the beach, hiding behind shacks and rocks eating sausages (which by the way does not give you enough energy for a long day outside). Around the time sun was about to set I wandered off to the beach and was cursing in the worst possible words known to myself. There was no light, sand and rain everywhere and the wind kept blowing off my rain cover from my bag. I put it down and violently tried to fix the damn cover, only to turn and see some glimpses of light, giving me some sort of composition to work with.
Due to short time and bad weather I captured only a few exposures. So this is developed from one raw file. In the end I found that I personally am very fond of this scenery as it is gloomy, dark and stormy, but with some light in there to give it a sense of weather - which I absolutely love in photography.
Processing involved developing two exposures and blending them, a lot of color temperature adjustment and color corrections, dodging and burning to emphasize the patterns in the sand as well as the distant snowy mountains. Not much work really, just a lot of considerations and experimens with what colors should show in the landscape. - Ramunas K Fishermang

#photography #landscape #norway #beach
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"Gasadalur"
By +Mike Fennell www.mikefennellphoto.com The iconic waterfall of Gasadalur on the island of Vagar in the nation of Faroe Islands. Couldn't believe I had such an epic sunset after dreaming of shooting this place for years! Composite image of two images. 10 sec exposure for water.
June 30, 2016 - 21:56
Nikon D800 Nikkor 20mm f/1.8G
ISO 100 10 sec at f/1.8 - Mike Fennell

#photography #landscape #faroeislands #waterfall
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"Contrasts of life at 2,600 metres."
By +Paul Zizka www.zizka.ca Self-portrait, Brachiopod Mountain, Banff National Park. - Paul Zizka

#photography #landscape #alberta #winter
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"Primal"
By +Alberto Rossetto instagr.am/albertorossetto One of the best moments that i lived in Dolomities. I reached Three Peaks of Lavaredo after a long hike through Val Fiscalina, just to see the sunset and feeling myself alive. - Alberto Rossetto

#photography #landscape #dolomites #sunset
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"Hidden Underworld"
By +Artur Stanisz www.arturstanisz.com Glaciers tend to be abundant with hidden “treasures” that are usually hard, but not impossible to spot. This is not a particularly welcoming world, but if one finds it, the richness of its internal beauty can leave the spectator speechless. The Turner Glacier located on Baffin Island hosts many camouflaged spots where nature-made frozen processes take place. I discovered this icy chamber during one of the days that were cursed by absolutely clear sky. This is not my favourite type of weather and on days like that I tend to look for more interesting places. I crawled inside one of the holes in the glacier and explored it for couple of hours. What I saw there is hard to describe. Luckily, I had my camera with me so I was able to capture on this photo the unseen beauty of this desolated underworld. - Artur Stanisz

#photography #landscape #canada #glacier
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"Bright Crown"
By +Kilian Schönberger www.kilianschoenberger.de
There was some light in the forest...
Beech with sunburst inside the crown. The light just lasted for some seconds in this way, afterwards it was still foggy and quite nice, but without this glow. But it's tricky to capture such situations, the contrast range is challenging | Germany, 2017 - Kilian Schönberger

#photography #landscape #germany #forest
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"Chapin Bay Alaska"
By +Robert Downie www.robertdowniephotography.com “What does a person need - really need? A few pounds of food each day, heat and shelter, six feet to lie down in - and some form of working activity that will yield a sense of accomplishment. That's all - in the material sense. And we know it. But we are brainwashed by our economic system until we end up in a tomb beneath a pyramid of time payments, mortgages, preposterous gadgetry, playthings that divert our attention from the sheer idiocy of the charade. The years thunder by. The dreams of youth grow dim where they lie caked in dust on the shelves of patience. Before we know it, the tomb is sealed.” Sterling Hayden in 1963. I wonder what Sterling would think now given how idiotic the charade has become, and how amazing the gadgets are! Isolated in a sea of eerie stillness under endless Alaskan twilight, its hard not to contemplate such thoughts. At anchor on S/V BOB in Chapin Bay. South East Alaska. USA.
Love Life, Love Photography - Robert Downie

#photography #landscape #alaska #reflections
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"Dry Land"
By Mohamed Al Jaberi bit.ly/maljaberi

#photography #landscape #desert #sunset
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"Faroes V"
By +Stian Klo www.lofotentours.com Photography tours and workshops in Faroe Islands - www.lofotentours.com - Stian Klo

#photography #landscape #faroeislands #bungalows
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