Harmony in Pink

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    Behind the Scenes at B&H
    After my talk at B&H Photo a few weeks ago, I had an unexpected event. One of the head guys walked up to me and offered a full behind-the-scenes tour of their operation. Now, I know only some of you know about this place... but it is basically the valhalla for photographers (with valhalla being the ultimate religious destination for your respective religion or pastafarianism). Since they are partners of StuckInCustoms.com, they have always gone out of their way to help me out, so I am very appreciative of them.

    I recommended their store even before they partnered up! Great prices, no state tax, and they sell a lot more than camera stuff. You can even get huge TVs delivered right to your door and set up in right in your home.

    For international people, they even have a prepay tariff-calcualtor, which takes care of all that governmental nonsense to get everything taken care of right away. Smart. That means people around the world can enjoy the greatness of B&H.

    Anyway, the sights I saw can hardly be believed. I'll do a full review of my behind-the-curtain tour when I get some time... but it was just wild... from the robotic conveyor belts to a camera room with a guard where nothing costs less than $50,000 to special equipment that can also be used as weapons and can't be sold outside of the USA -- this place is AWESOME.
    New Zealand Seems Excited!
    I announced in the newsletter a few days ago that I am going to New Zealand, so I started a little page for Kiwis and Wanabiwis to give me some advice! It's filling up fast - thanks so much! I'm drinking it all in, and I hope to have a little party there with everyone.
    Daily Photo - Harmony in Pink
    It was my first evening in Patagonia I was hiking over the low-laying grassy hills. Just beyond were the Andes, but it would be too cold and late to go this night. But, just as the sun dipped below the horizon, it splashed pinks and new blues across the icy clouds.

    Mahesh Telkar, and 126 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Lash in Virginia 63 months ago | reply

      I love the sky, but the blue mountains are a little too blue (saturation) for my tastes (which is not a criticism, of course).

    2. jdanvers [deleted] 63 months ago | reply

      B&H is indeed a great place to get things from BUT for those of us who live in the Empire State (of taxes) we do get the dubious "honor" of making a contribution to our great (NOT!) government officials in Albany. {sigh}

    3. siyuanhua 63 months ago | reply

      wow! superb capture!

    4. Mark Maden (Hee Haw But A Number) 63 months ago | reply

      Fantastic landscape with a cracking colour palette.

    5. rgallant_photography 63 months ago | reply

      Trey, This absolutely gorgeous. You really captured an awesome sky!

    6. Windalong 王秦龙 63 months ago | reply

      How did it ? 太美了!

    7. karlsawyer 63 months ago | reply

      Amazing! That sky can't be real!

    8. H.Tilbe [deleted] 63 months ago | reply

      I am admin for a group called magical beauty
      we'd love to have this added to the group!

      Magical Beauty

      please tag your picture"magical beauty"

    9. Móri 63 months ago | reply

      Great one my friend

    10. Photo Pas'ion 63 months ago | reply

      Dramatic effects. Fantastic!!!

    11. asksomeoneelse 63 months ago | reply

      The rest of it seems to fit in to what is known but the sky is your own - you love to share so ..........

    12. varmarx 63 months ago | reply

      great shot

    13. Gerwise 63 months ago | reply

      I love it.

    14. Organic Photos 63 months ago | reply

      love love love. enjoy New Zealand. Bring us back some crazy awesome photos!

    15. Martin Abcede 63 months ago | reply

      wow. this is so cool. it's out of this world

    16. dr ashish mahobia 52 months ago | reply

      Amazing Thanks.!

      I've used this picture for a spiritual wallpaper. ( non profit) with due credits to you. kindly see and comment.


    17. Emotioned.com 49 months ago | reply

      We are working on a monthly travel and adventure sport competition, all winning entries will be published in an online magazine. Judge panel will selected from Flickr.

      There are 3 parts of the competition, 2 parts are currently under development:

      A Flick group called : - please submit your best photo here

      A website containing information on current judges and short-listed submissions

      The actual magazine name - to be announced

      If you would like to be a judge, please contact me

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