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Explored November 12, 2011. Thanks for the faves and comments or for just checking out one or two of my photos.
ERODE WDM-2 with a dead WDM-3A leading Madurai Jn - Punalur passenger
This was from one of the old canons gaurding the entrance to Hout Bay Harbour
... somebody here with magic mushroom feelings? ;-)
Gestern hatte ich mir vorgenommen so lange zu suchen bis ich auch hier in GE einen Fliegenpilz finde - wie Ihr seht - hier gibt es sie auch! :-)
Following the storms in December 2013, much of the shingle bank near to Salthouse in Norfolk has been washed away, leaving these giant support posts behind as a reminder of what was there only a year ago.
Higher stream levels erode a sandstone boulder in Illinois Canyon.
From hardy rocks to lofty trees; from mighty reputations to powerful positions everything, time erodes. All that grows and shines with time is a relationship.
Taken at Grand Canyon.
Wandering around SL again. This time at the Hazardous Inc. Sim!
Finished day 2 of my Everglades workshop. Pretty tired but I figured I would throw this up before bed. In the Land of the Sleeping Rainbows still. Have a good one everybody.
Paul Marcellini Photography
Wind was hella strong this day, hard to do a long exposure and I got sand blasted.
As I plan my November trip to Death Valley, I'm looking back at prior visits in November.
Bethlehem Loading Company
Estell Manor Park, NJ, USA
DSC_3664NXG - Processed in CaptureNX2&GIMP 2.8.6
Was up in Arches National Park last weekend.
The sky you see here is pretty much the sky we had the entire time there, so made for a bit of a challenge photographically.
In this image, I used my buddy Craig to give a sense of scale to the West side of Double-O Arch in Arches National Park.
A wind eroded cave bathed in light from the setting sun. Near Anvil Rock, Grose Valley, Blue Mountains, NSW.
(Vertical stitched Panorama - 3 photos)
Part of my first day playing with long day time exposures
Focal Length: 18mm
Exposure Time: 30 sec
Filter: B&W ND 110
I wanted a different perspective whilst shooting sunset at the 12 Apostles, so I whipped out the 8mm fish-eye and attempted to capture the whole "eroded" scene.
I think I managed something a little different.