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Nothing beats starting off the day with a beautiful #sunrise.

#nature #wakeupearly #sunshine
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Ian Rushton

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Heading home over the Wainamu Dunes
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Neil Howard

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Moulin Rouge
The obligatory long exposure of the Moulin Rouge in Montmatre, Paris.
It was hard getting a shot with no buses in front of it :) 



+Olympus #moulinrouge #parisphotography  
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Dean Addison

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1947 Ford Mercury Eight.  5 exposure HDR.
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Nothing like a free unexpected refill on your water supply when you're down to your last drops. #dryseason #nowater #givebacktothepeople
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Mike Wilson

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Crazy night the night I took this photo last Monday.  I live close to Lake Almaden and was working out with +Betty Wilson when we left the gym and I noticed that the sky was forming a FANTASTIC sunset.  On the drive home we talked about how the sky was going to light up the sky that night.  I decided I had a slight chance at at least getting a photo.  So, I got home grabbed my gear and started towards the lake. 
  On the drive there I realized that the lake was closed on Mondays, UGH!  I would have to find a way in.  The sun was clearly just about to set as I rolled up to an area I thought I could jump over.  The fence is at least 8 foot high and being that I have had a torn patella tendon three years ago I wasn't looking forward to hopping this fence.  I managed to pull this 52 year old body over the fence and hurry to the waters edge. 
  I find this exciting attempting to get the photo without much time. I literally had to just set up and go!  No time to wait for duck crossing it was shoot as many photos as I could in a small amount of time and a limit range around me.  The magic of the sun was reflecting off the water just every so nicely.  This is a blend of just two exposures using LR4, Photoshop and Nik Color Efex Pro.
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Neil Howard

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Paris from the Arc De Triumph
Taken through my #samyang 7.5mm #fisheye from the top of the Arc de Triumph. It makes the roads look parallel :) The stairs to get up here almost killed me ( the lift was out of action!)
the weather here has been nothing short of appalling, BTW :(



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Zeer mooi !!!!
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Fred Glozman

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Tobago Bookings

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Pigeon Point, Tobago.
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Ian Rushton

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Rob Brown

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Emerald (Midori) Waterfall & Kaiseki Pagoda at Kenroku-en (兼六園, Six Attributes Garden) located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan.

#cooljapan   #waterfallphotography   #landscapephotography  
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Ben Whittard

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A Bumpy Ride Towards A Phuket Sunrise

With the wind in my hair I volunteered to sit at the front of the boat, having no idea that it was the most uncomfortable spot on the thing. Especially in choppy conditions! Riding towards the sunrise in Phuket must be one of my most memorable experiences to date.

I may have been fearing for the integrity of my spine as I bounced up and down with the waves. But being at the front meant I had an unobstructed view of the beauty unfolding right in front of us. I didn't regret a minute of it, although my back may have disagreed at the time.

Placing the boat in the foreground to provide some perspective and a sense of place, I wanted to use the middle of the bow as a subtle leading line to the sunrise. Trying to get a clean shot while being thrown about every few seconds proved very difficult! I definitely didn't have many keepers at the end of the trip, but fortunately one or two made the cut.

#photography   #thailand   #sunrise   #travel   #phuket  
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Dennis Wisinski

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A beautiful shot. Love the slight mist.
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Speyside, Tobago.
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When I moved to Southport in the late 70's the center of active on the Yacht Basin waterfront was the "Idle On" fleet of sport fishing boats owned by Captain Basil Watts. People came from across the country to fish on one of Captain Basil's 5 "Idle On" boats and the catches of grouper, Snapper, and king Mackerel they brought to the dock during the 50's and 60's were stuff of legend. This building then was Captain Basil's tackle storage shop. I can recall setting on a coil of rope on a cold winter afternoon surrounded by the the big gold sport fishing reels and their heavy rods, big Danforth anchors, fish traps and assorted nautical stuff while Captain Basil spun his stories and shared his fishing knowledge.

Eventual the Idle On fleet passed from the the scene and that old storage shed became one of the most successful restaurants in town. Shrimp, crab cakes, grouper salad, conch fritters, and the best sunset around.

See more of Southport at: www.bryanwoodard.smugmug.com

#Southport
#Seafood
#coastalliving


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Love the dreamy colors
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Erik Smits

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I am not really what you call a bird guy, but when this Blue Winged Kookaburra did his utmost to pose for me, I just had to take the shot. And off course, Kookaburras are great, aren't they? ;-)
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Ian Rushton

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Wainamu Dunes
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Neil Howard

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Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Paris
One of the "streets" in the Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. This is the place that contains the graves (which we visited) of Jimmy Morrison (from the Doors), Edith Piaf,  Oscar Wilde, Victor Noir (look him up!), Héloise & Abelard, and lots more!  An amazing place!



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Dennis Wisinski

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