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Taken at the old schoolhouse through window glass in the ghost town of Columbia, CA.
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View of the mine, Tom Price
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Scheveningen Pier
The Hague - The Netherlands

The Scheveningen Pier is a pleasure pier in the Dutch resort town of Scheveningen near The Hague. Opened in 1959, the current pier is the second in the town, the first being lost just after, and as a result of, the Second World War. On 19 July 2015, the upper deck of the pier was partly reopened, though safety concerns limited attendance to a maximum of 800 people at the same time. The lower deck is also open, although work continues. The upper deck contains a Bungee jumping facility and a restaurant.(source: Wikipedia)

Sony A6000, SEL1670 Zeiss, 16mm, f/8, ISO 100, 3 handheld exposures (-3, 0, +3) HDR merged in Lightroom 6.6.
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Scheveningen Beach
The Hague - The Netherlands

I took this picture just before the sunset at Scheveningen Beach in The Netherlands. I wanted to capture all the beautiful color tones in the sky so I took three bracketed exposures (-3, 0, +3), handheld (I didn't have a tripod with me at the time), and merged them together in Lightroom.

Sony A6000, SEL1670 Zeiss, 27mm, f/9, ISO 100, 03 exposures HDR merged in Lightroom 6.6.
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Time is a relentless master, forever marching forward and never altering it’s pace. A boat now lies prone on the banks of the shores of Alert Bay, on Cormorant Island, with only it’s memories, memories that are secret to us now but never forgotten for those who stood upon her deck working the seas. She was once the source of a living on the rugged west coast of Canada, but today only the haunted skeleton of what once was remains behind.

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I love how the changing times of day and the changing seasons can alter a landscape so drastically, literally painting different scenes with different feelings. Becoming immersed in where you stand as the light morphs is one of the best parts about experiencing photography. This is much more than just taking a picture, it’s becoming a part of it, taking in the setting you find yourself exploring visually in a spiritual way. This is one of the pure joys of loving photography.

Visit our blog "The Ethereal Nature Of Winter's Fog":
http://toadhollowphoto.com/2016/01/06/the-ethereal-nature-of-winters-fog/

#HDR #photography #landscape #cowichan #valley #winter #snow #frost #cold #chill #canada #fog #mist  
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Early mornings in the winter on Vancouver Island find a thick fog rolling over the Cowichan Valley. Scenes are hidden and revealed, and then hidden again, as the relentless blanket of fog moves in and out of the valley.

Visit our blog "The Toad And The Cat":
http://toadhollowphoto.com/2015/12/16/fog-the-toad-and-the-cat/

#HDR #photography #fog #mist #winter #ocean #water #reflection #cowichan #valley #marina #canada #landscape #oceanscape #seascape  
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