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Not too sure about this shot, but this was shot at sunrise on the east shore of Kauai, near Kapa'a. This big cloud worked it's way toward me, and caught some nice sidelight.


... bin dem Wunsch nach einem neuen Bild nun nachgekommen 747 ;-)


...a very cold morning - surise in the East

Keld, Swaledale, Yorkshire Dales

Climbs on Mt Cook routinely start not long after midnight. After four hours of walking and climbing the first glow of dawn in the east makes for great light, in this case on the east ridge of of the middle peak of Aoraki/Mt Cook. This little 'peak' is an often photographed bump about halfway up. Thats Steve in the photo. The summit is behind me, another 600m higher.

This lighthouse looked pretty neat there out along the Atlantic Ocean. Played around with some selective coloring with all that nice red on the lighthouse.

15 minutes after the previous image, we were treated to this beautiful display of light as the cloud started to break up.

This beautiful Church of St Peter seen in the small Village of East Halton in North Lincolnshire,

Gloucester Cathedral - DSC_9317_8_9_tonemapped

This one's painted in east london together with Katzo and Rews on a nice and sunny sunday. Character by Katzo!


Get well Trond!

What? .. Dawn at the beach again? ;)


Have a great weekend everyone



This is the sunset after our first day in PEI. I love double exposures.

Pentax ME Super 50mm f/1.4

Best viewed large on black, please press L.


East coast of New Zealand.

Nothing beats the sensation of being very close next to the swift current of this river!!


Here is a short clip taken while shooting for this pic:


Another image using the IR720 Infra Red filter. I finally managed to get some blue into the skies using Capture NX software. You can always count on the internet for great advice!

This is the East Lodge of Hall Place, Leigh, Kent UK.


View On Black

Photo by mothernature, photo editing by Mike Jones. A collaboration.


one beach

same spot

looking east

45mm tilt shift


thanks to john umney for reminding me about waves in this article

Captured in: Brooklyn Bridge Park - Brooklyn Heights, NY.


View of the Brooklyn Bridge from the East River Park of the same name.


The small rectangular glass building In the foreground is Jane's Carousel, which was originally constructed in 1922 for an amusement park in Ohio. The carousel was restored by Jane Walentas, a Brooklyn artist who spent over 20 years overseeing its restoration.


This image provides a view of the bridge, carousel, and buildings in Lower Manhattan (including South Street Seaport).


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HDR image constructed from 3 bracketed shots - 2 stop differential between each image.


The image was processed w/ ACR, Photomatix, and finished in Photoshop (includes the use of Topaz Labs plugins -- Adjust, Clarity, Clean, Denoise, Glow, Impression and LensFX).


Seen on the sidelines of the March for Homes protest.




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Way east of Maui....this is in Lewes, Delaware.

Brooklyn Bridge and Financial District of New York


Press F if you like!

Another sunny day in South Devon. This is a coast path view looking towards Start Point.

East Frisia, Germany. Ostfriesland.


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Chasing light down the valley

Obrigada Pedro Lopes...por isto Aqui... :-))


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East Nash Buoy. It marks 'Dangerous Water'. This east marked cardinal buoy warns mariners of a sand bank called Nash Sands. This sand bank is around 50m wide and 9 miles long and has claimed many ships and boats, most famously; Frolic in 1831, a passanger steamer enroute from Haverfordwest to Bristol, 55 souls were lost without any survivors.

East Nash Buoy is rigged with a lamp which flashes in code to indicate it's identity at night and a bell that operates with the movement of the buoy itself. This bell can be heard from far and wide, depending on the direction of the wind, it can some times be heard up to 3 miles inland and about 20 miles off shore.


©2013 Taron Curtis, All Rights Reserved

This image is not available for use on websites, blogs or other media without the explicit written permission of the photographer.

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