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Flock of birds hovering on the sea surface,they change to different patterns in split seconds
Snettisham is unique in a couple of ways. It is rare in Norfolk that it is a beach facing West. However the unique geological nature of Snettisham is what attracts hundreds of thousands of migratory and transitory birds during the winter and autumn periods. High tides can push huge numbers of waders closer to where people can observe them.
Don't let those greaseball salesmen push you around...
5Dm2 + 15mm f/2.8 fisheye, 580 bounced and then edited in PS
And keep and eye on that gull too - he's got a shifty look about him. ;-)
At Summerfest beach.
The beach is gorgeous but take a stroll up to the boardwalk where you can find displays from all the content creators who's items went into making the beach - and so much more. Thank you and kudos to all of them for making all the amazingly cool stuff they do.
Beware of the hidden Skullface lurking in the column of water!
This morning was another good one for making an early walk.
The fog was thick and visible, and the sun had problems getting through.
We went early back, because in the forrest where we walked were hunters, so to avoid for being seen as a deer we went back home.
When we came out of the forrest a lot of shots were fired, (the forrest on the right of the picture) which scared the hell out of us, so we turned our heads to see what was going on.
The view we had was stunning. You expect to see hunters (their vehicle is on the picture) and you find this! So I thank the hunters for making us go home early!!!;-)))
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Cottesloe Beach, Perth, Western Australia. Shot on iPhone 6 and edited with Snapseed.
All that is left from the old hall's estate, is the thick, dark woods and the displaced occupants
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SONY RX100 M3 + MANFROTTO MINI-TRIPOD
This was my great-grandmothers vase. I didn't actually know this when I was taking pictures with it. Now I'm terrified to touch it!
...Watch out now, take care
Beware of the thoughts that linger
Winding up inside your head
The hopelessness around you
In the dead of night
Beware of sadness...
There are wonderful thornless blackberries in the back (way in the back). But they are so far back, that the wild blackberries have mingled in. So what used to be a thornless job now comes with a few scratches.
Still, it's worth it.
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The lab I use has been shut down for the holidays for 2 weeks now - they were supposed to reopen today but I got there to find a sign saying "Closed Jan 3rd for renovations" - aaaargh!
So some older pics in the meantime....
Happy New Year everyone!
I had to post this one...too funny. I actually got this one today, I know it looks similar to the last one I posted but it was a different day.
I am sorry for not being a regular commenter...I work all day and then have to share a computer with my boyfriend who goes online a lot too. I also have a lot of side jobs. Please don't give up on me...I will be back more often when work slows down. Infact I will be on later tonight for a while and then tomorrow night after my photography gig.
Figurines in a Souvenirs's shopdisplay
Shot in Sarlat la Canéda - Dordogne(Périgord) - France -
[Explored on April 8, 2013]
I always seem to get these bleak and dreary looking shots when I shoot in the morning under overcast conditions. I suppose it's because that's just how it really looks. The strength of the waves was very unpredictable, so I was moving back and forth from the water line trying to set my tripod in a good position. Of course I had the tripod legs spread wide for extra stability since the surf is pretty darn strong. I retreated several times from various waves until finally I got caught by one that submerged my tripod up to the ball head and sprayed sea water all over my filters, lens, and camera body. I think I grabbed my gear and ran just in the nick of time, but prematurely ended the photo shoot for the morning.
For this shot I initially tried a Lee 0.9 ND hard grad filter but found that the hard transition didn't work under the lighting conditions. I switched to a 0.9 ND soft filter and that seemed to work better.
The scent of these lilies fills the room, but I do have to be careful of the pollen when near them as it can really stain.