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The coast of "Peschici" at 6.01 AM - DSC_5032

Shot taken at 24/08/2014 06:01

NIKON D3

Lens Zeiss Distagon T* 2.8/21 ZF.2

Exposition 23,3 sec; f/11; ISO 200

Filter : ND Lee 09 Pro and Lee Soft 03

Post production: Capture one 7 Pro and PS

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...It was an act of stealth

And troubled pleasure; not without the voice

Of mountain-echoes did my Boat move on,

Leaving behind her still on either side

Small circles glittering idly in the moon,

Until they melted all into one track

Of sparkling light....

 

~ William Wordsworth, from "The Prelude: Book 1: Childhood and School-time"

This image got me a 2nd award in "Photographs from India"(Level 3) category in

EPSON COLOR IMAGING AWARDS 2008…

 

Here are the other photographs which won in Asia and India categories

  

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We're having an " El Nino " winter this year....lots of rain and warm temps. So I wasn't surprised to see this tree frog today while walking Jasmine at the lake.

Taken at ISO 5000 at 9.12pm in July 2008

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Praying Mantises are exclusively predatory and their diet usually consists of living insects; larger species have been known to prey on small lizards, frogs, birds, snakes, and even rodents. Most species are known to engage in cannibalism. The majority of mantises are ambush predators, waiting for prey to stray too near. The mantis then lashes out at remarkable speed.

 

#218/365 This little guy has been living on my bicycle tire for the last 2 weeks. I'm not sure if he(she) hunts at night but I never see him(she?) move. I even found some freshly deseased bees I set up on the tire as an offering. I have a couple clearer shots..but I thought this was the most interesting with the super shallow dof. I used one of those screw on macro lens filter. It makes the dof insanely shallow. The names reminds me of a Harry Potter spell :)

 

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A "shout out" to my flickr contact: ehpien [ Ed] www.flickr.com/photos/91499534@N00/ for his generous donation which arrived today -for my cat cause. I am so deeply grateful. As a fellow cat person he loves cats as much as I do.

Afternoon blue light, Press "L" for large

"Y el cielo que revienta de repente,

como un infierno que llegó deprisa ..."

 

EXPLORE ¡¡¡

Trust me ! View On Black , here is Better !

 

9/16 ~ 在隙頂山上大霧中苦等7小時後 終於 ~~ 撥雲見日 ^^"

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i tried to recreate an effect in the photoshop group ~ this was my attempt and i kinda like it :)

 

adding the blue:

 

1) create a new layer and fill with dark turquoise (i used #274252)

2) set the layer to "color"

3) take the opacity down (mine's at about 80%)

4) add a layer mask and paint back people (i lowered the opacity of the brush to about 45%) using a small, soft brush

5) add a vignette: to do this i create a new layer and then use the elliptical marquee tool, with the feather set at 200 and drag out a circle around the center of the picture (in this case anne). select the inverse and fill with black. set layer to "softlight" and then take the opacity down.

 

A lake in Jacksonville that now has all kinds of "Keep Out" signs all over the place. I was able to get a couple of photos from the public right of way along the road.

 

Thanks for all the comments! Explored!

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" ...Voy a quedarme aquí todo el tiempo que haga falta. Estoy esperando la casualidad de mi vida, la más grande, y eso que las he tenido de muchas clases. Si. Podría unir mi vida uniendo casualidades. La primera y la más importante fue la peor…

 

...Cuando hace frío la mayoría de las cosas van más deprisa o llegan antes, me refiero a las casualidades. Me encanta que haga frío...

 

...Sentí que algo conocido se había metido dentro de lo desconocido, había llegado al fin de algún sitio. Tuve un pálpito, fue el primero de muchos...

...La casualidad que estabamos esperando...

 

...Estar enamorada no es fácil. No basta con desearlo, hay que oírlo...

...¿Tú conoces algo que dure siempre?...

 

...Es bueno que las vidas tengan varios círculos. Pero la mía, mi vida, sólo ha dado la vuelta una vez y no del todo. Falta lo más importante. He escrito tantas veces su nombre dentro. Y aquí, ahora mismo, no puedo cerrar nada. Estoy solo...

 

... nunca he tenido el corazón tan rojo ... "

  

- Los amantes del círculo polar.

    

EXPLORE ¡¡¡

    

Nikon D3

Nikon 24-70 2.8 AF-S

 

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This was taken last March. Hard to believe they'll be back in a few weeks.

 

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Watch here It's called "Pummelvision".

    

To my contacts:

I'm posting this mainly to let you know why I haven't been able to visit your streams of late. It seems that my stomach flu has returned. I was flat on my back yesterday and still feeling unwell today. Geez......I rarely get sick so this is getting old.

A classic moody view of beautiful Punch Bowl falls.

 

Hope everyone has a fantastic weekend!

 

**Best viewed large**

"El peor de los sentimientos, es el de tener la esperanza muerta"

 

F.G. Lorca.

  

Nikon D3

Nikon 24-70mm AF-S 2.8

 

© Manuel Orero

www.orerofotografia.com

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Cualquiera de las imágenes publicadas en este Flickr, estan registradas. El uso sin consentimiento por mi parte de ellas, reportará la denuncia al registro de propiedad intelectual.

 

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Hello Everyone!

 

I'll start off by wishing everyone a happy and easy week. As mentioned in my post yesterday, I spent the past weekend taking photos all over New York with one of my friends. Friday we decided to walk the Brooklyn Bridge to "Empire Fulton Ferry State Park" to set up for some sunset photos.

 

We were about to pack up and leave when all of a sudden a massive storm blew in out of no where. Although we were there to focus on the Brooklyn Bridge, I noticed a lightning storm north of where we were standing. I pointed the camera NW and framed a shot with the Manhattan Bridge. Sure enough I managed to capture several shots with lightning bolts. This was the last shot I took before massive raindrops started falling. We quickly packed up our gear into our bags and covered them with the pullout rain covers.

 

Many people think that capturing a lighting shot is all about quick reflexes. It's not, here's the little secret.... It's all about long exposures. Set the focus to infinity and grab several long exposures.

 

Camera Data from this shot:

Camera: Nikon D3

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8

Shutter: 52 Seconds

F Stop: f/22

ISO: 200

 

No HDR

 

Taken with Gitzo Tripod

It's been wet here all month so I ran across more mushrooms on our walk today. It wasn't raining at the time...so didn't have to shoot w/ an umbrella.

 

I've never seen a mushroom shaped like this first one. I'll have to see if I can find it in my book. The shape and texture reminds me of an ear. The first mushroom is an Elfin Saddle [Gyromitra infula]...thanks "ressaure" & "LeapFrog!" for the ID.

 

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Nikon D3 +AF 28-70 3.5/4.5 D

Lee Soft GND 0.9

Treppiede.

 

Una delle poche note dolenti della mia recente vacanza all'Alpe di Siusi è stata l'impossibilità di muoversi "liberamente" sull'altopiano,posso capire il fatto che il traffico delle automobili sia limitato a certi orari,capisco un pò meno che sia i mezzi di trasporto pubblico(pullmann e funivia) per arrivare sull'alpe sia il parcheggio abbiano il prezzo medio stanziato a 14€! La cosa che mi ha dato più fastidio però è stato il fatto che sull'unica strada asfaltata è vietato il transito a meno che tu non sia cliente di uno degli alberghi oppure residente! Questo mi ha impedito di arrivare rapidamente su zone dove poter fare foto ad alcuni posti di grande interesse come il sassopiatto e sassolungo e quindi mi sono dovuto fare,come nel caso di questa immagine 35 minuti di camminata con lo zaino fotografico stracarico e il treppiede per poter cercare un posto sgombro da i cavi delle funivie e da altri elementi di disturbo. Con la macchina ci avrei messo 2-3 minuti -_-

Con questa mia lamentela non dico di essere nel giusto,ma magari limitare anche qui gli orari di circolazione mi avrebbe permesso almeno di fare un sopralluogo e partire più leggero e con abiti più caldi,perchè poi sono morto di freddo mentre ero li fermo ad aspettare il tramonto...

I have changed this from private to public. [ Posted with the previous shot]. Rusty is one "cool" dude. Taken this morning.

Rusty was looking up at this tree in our yard the other day. I added the ornaments using "picnik". Count down to Christmas..~

A small picture, but I like it nonetheless. A wonderful morning in the south of Germany. Alarm clock rang at 4.15 am, getting up, heading towards the Eibsee, a lake directly on the foot of the Germany's highest mountain, the Zugspitze. Nice to hike there. Which I did, looking for photographic opportunities along the way. There are lots of different options, you got a lake, it's calm for good reflections, there are stones in it for your foreground. All the while the clock is ticking, Alpenglow, the literal alpenglow, of course, being on the mountains next to you. I took a lot of pictures. Lots of classical shots. Some not so. Like this one, which I ended up liking the most, despite all the other "classic" shots.

 

I was wishing for a ladder to put the silhouetted trees a bit down in comparison to the massive mountain range. I tried moving off trail a bit, to get a bit higher, but that shifted perspective too much. So, here we are. The moon was nice enough to be there at sunrise, as well as that patch of clouds clinging to the mountain top.

 

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this is one of my personal favorites, but there's also the possibility of thinking it's a complete mess of course :)

Namibia

2 fixed lights near the pool, Nikon D3, Nikkor 70-200/2.8 VR@200mm, VR on, tripod, ISO 2000, 1/10"@f2.8, -0.7EV, spot exposure. Color temperature adjusted in Nikon Capture NX2 at 2610°K

"No creo en Dios y no me hace ninguna falta. Por lo menos estoy a salvo de ser intolerante. Los ateos somos las personas más tolerantes del mundo. Un creyente fácilmente pasa a la intolerancia. En ningún momento de la historia, en ningún lugar del planeta, las religiones han servido para que los seres humanos se acerquen unos a los otros. Por el contrario, sólo han servido para separar, para quemar, para torturar. No creo en Dios, no lo necesito y además soy buena persona."

 

José Saramago.

   

Nikon D3

Nikon 14-24 AF-S 2.8

 

© Manuel Orero

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Front row seat - Sunset at Jeram, Kuala Selangor

 

An IKEA Stool.

 

Press "L" for a better view.

 

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"Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest of chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey." - Pat Conroy

 

There are a few pieces of musical art that trigger a memory, a flashback to a time and place when all I could do was consume the beauty in front of me. I treasure the acute cinematic experiences I have allowed music to help create for me while exploring parts of this beautiful world. My travels in Iceland were no exception. I was introduced to an artist called Jami Sieber by Trey from Stuck in Customs. Her incredible blend of drama and mystery created with the electric cello was a great travel companion for me as I explored this vast and unique landscape. Check out a link to some of her sounds below:

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=45oqc-yqLSQ

 

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Just revisiting some files from the summer and loved this one! Middle of Oslo, Norway.

 

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Yesterday I went out of town after work. Just me on my car, with my cameras. Drove 400 km east with the purpose to get the perfect sunrise shot. Slept in the car near the famous glacial lagoon named Breiðamerkurlón, for few hours and the first sun rays woke me up.

The "colorful moment" did just last for few minutes and I was there on the perfect moment. Minutes later the show was over and I tell you, that I was standing there, smiling with tears in my eyes after seeing that beauty. I hope you can get a bit of the feeling that filled me there in the sunrise.

After few days I will make another tour to "another world". Then I'm going for five days to a place few people know.

Another shot of Eden. The Setup is the same as the last pic. The lighting diagram over at the Blog.

 

Please say a prayer for the people of Japan too!

 

Strobist: sunpak 120j in a 46" softlighter camera right

  

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"When development of the area began in the 1860s, the area currently known as the Gaslamp Quarter was known as New Town, in contrast to Old Town, which was the original Spanish colonial settlement of San Diego. The name "Gaslamp Quarter" is a reference to the gas lamps that were common in San Diego in the late 19th and early 20th centuries."

  

#76/365 Well my little mini vacation is almost over and I didn't get as many shots as I hoped, but it's all good.

 

I also wanted to thank everyone who comes everyday to view and comment on my photos. It's mind blowing the views I've gotten since I've started the 365. And for that no more talks of quiting! Thanks again everyone.

 

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both chicks are trying to "fish". Only returning to the nest for food brought by parents.

 

Check out Nikographer Jon's Osprey shot

"She said I am the one" — Michael Jackson (Billy Jean)

 

as mentioned, tonight was a twopher. And yes, you must view this photo large

 

strobist info:

SB-900 @ 1/16 @ 17mm w/ 1/2 CTO into 60 in. umbrella high camera right

SB-900 @ 1/64 @ 50mm directly behind Tina

 

camera info: Nikon D3 | 200mm(ƒ/2.0G) | ƒ/2.0 | ISO 1600 | 1/125s — Handheld via Pocket Wizard II's

"Notre vie est un passage

dans l'hiver et dans la nuit

nous cherchons notre passage

dans le ciel

oú rien ne luit ..."

   

Nikon D3

Nikon 85mm 1.4

  

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Explored.

 

Work was doing my head in this afternoon so I decided to run down to the beach for an hour to recharge. The sea was pretty calm apart from this one spot where the rock shelves into deeper water. So a bit of mild wading later I managed to get onto this little island and get a few shots before the rising tide made it "interesting"

Nikon D3

Nikon 16-35 F4

F14

16mm

3 Sec

ISO 100

B&W CIR-Polariser

Lee 0.9 Hard GND

Lee 0.9 ND

 

Nigella

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...even when they're not mine.

 

I am posting these to add to my "Woodland, WA cat" set ......they live in a parking lot....Mexican migrants live in the apartments....the cats are fed but get nothing else. Lots of kittens.....they don't spay/neuter them. I've tried to intervene and help the cats....to no avail. { I visited them earlier this month and was sad to see so many}. Five more images below.

 

Background: www.flickr.com/photos/rainriver/2313257750/

 

Update: September 2010.....I have spent these past twelve months TNR [ Spay/ Neuter] ALL of these cats. Most of the funds for their spay/ neuter came from donations from my contacts/ fellow animal lovers here at Flickr

 

I found homes for about ten or more and over the summer, sadly, some have disappeared. But all are now fixed and unless someone dumps more here, there will be no more kittens born. Hooray !!!!!

I have four cats. This is my youngest...."June". She was taking a nap near the window when I decided that she should model a hooded knit sweater that belongs to a doll [ childhood gift from my Aunt ].

 

Nigella, 黒種草

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this is not HDR

 

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"Every time you wake up and ask yourself, 'What good things am I going to do today?', remember that when the sun goes down at sunset, it will take a part of your life with it." Indian Proverb

During one on my many little trips out to "chase the light" or when the lighting isn't that great, a game of "search for anything worth capturing", I almost wrecked the car after rounding the bend and seeing this. Now, I realize that not all about the sun.....there are all types of lighting types that you must be ready to use for a variety of subjects. Diffused, soft, harsh, direct, indirect, golden, reflective, saturated, warm, cool, muted, ...... and Iceland has it all. The trick is to be happy with what you have at the moment and try to work with it. But I must say, when the God beams come out to paint the landscape for you like this, you have been blessed with a great day!

 

I had a few in que before this one, but as I worked on this one on my flight a few hours ago from Iceland, It somehow seemed like a fitting end for the trip. More to come over the following weeks :) Thanks for viewing!

 

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"...Bhulona Aamay..."

  

Camera: Nikon D3

Lens: AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED Nano Crystal

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