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Race Point Beach -Provincetown, MA.

 

More of my work at jasonneely.com

Point and shoot photography. Not much technique involved in this shot.

You may think I'm arrogant but truth is I had to reach far side of headland before sun rises.

So hurriedly dropped tripod onto the sand and started shooting.

 

Long Reef Beach, Northern Beaches, Sydney, Australia (Sunday 26 Jul 2009 @ 6:18am).

 

ISO100 | f/8 | 60sec | 17mm | AWB | raw | CPL | GND8 | shutter cable | tripod

 

Large is Beautiful

 

www.alonsodr.com

 

None of my photos are HDR or blended images, they are taken from just one shot

 

Sony A900 + Carl Zeiss16-35mm + ND8 filter + reverse GND8 filter

 

Los Urros (Cantabria)

 

On Black

 

More photos in Los Urros

 

Don't use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit permission. © All rights reserved

VISIT MY PERSONAL BLOG / VISITA MI BLOG: Cielos Nocturnos II / Nocturnal Skies II

  

None of my photos are HDR or blended images, they are taken from just one shot

 

Sony A900 + Carl Zeiss16-35mm + ND8 filter +GND8

 

Arnia (Cantabria)

 

On Black

 

More photos in Arnia

 

Don't use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit permission. © All rights reserved

It’s compulsory to see this Large and listening to Into Dust .

 

Not quite the shot i planned to post today, I chickened out of that one. But anycheese I like this one despite the undramatic skies. What the hell attracts me to these misty water shots anyway?? I am stuck in the 80’s?? I think not... I’m a 00’s (naughties) man!! This isn’t about mystical, fluffy stuff...this is about the downfall of humanity, our ignorance, and our hypocrisy. It’s about the tipping point of climate change that I feel we have jumped over with both feet.... (*such a cheery chap)

 

Well, I’m off to burn some fossil fuels on my trip down to Devon. Hmmm.... hypocrisy.

 

A bon weekend to all. It’s a bank holiday! Enjoy.

View On Black

 

Ludovico Einaudi - Le Onde

 

I had a beautiful afternoon in the valleys, today ...

have a lovely night, and a beautiful sunday :-)

♫♪ the bridge • scott walker ♪♫ enorme canción, gran artista • great song and artist

 

Mejor en grande - Better on large

 

another interesting vision of bridge available in blog Descartes&Discards jesuscm in YouTube

 

Please don't use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit permission. 2010©jesuscm. All rights reserved.

Seen on the point Saint-Hernot, the peninsula of Crozon, Brittany France

Point Blank Multihack Hile Champs Oyun Botu indir

 

Pointblank hilesi multihack trainer özellikli botumuz şuanda yayında. Point Blank oyuncularımız için muhteşem bir hile, mutlka indirip kullanmanızı tavsiye ederim.

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chinmi(Left) : Detail

 

umeko(Right) :

 

Skin : Atomic

Hair : Wasabi

Eyes: Clemmm

Eyebrow : Atomic

Lip : The Sugar Garden

Horn : VN

Bow : The Sugar Garden

Collor : The Sugar Garden

  

xxx :: point of no return

  

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This is an image from Wailea Point in South Maui. I liked the way the rocks lead out to the ocean and also the way the light reflected off the rocks in the foreground. I hope you enjoy.

 

Thanks for looking and all the feedback !!

Enjoy your day....

 

Photo Tours and Workshops for 2009

Northwest Photo Tours

Lead By Kevin McNeal and Adrian Klein

 

Take a look at the Mammoth Lakes workshop coming up at the beginning of next month...

 

June 3-6, 2009, Jeff Sullivan, James Neeley, Bill Wight, and I will be teaching in a landscape photography workshop in Mammoth Lakes, California. We will be showing the workshop participants how we make images like this one. For more information on our Mammoth Lakes workshop, visit our web page.

www.mountainhighworkshops.com

 

Kevin McNeal's Website

Getty Images

 

"If we know that an obstacle is insurmountable, no longer be an obstacle to become a starting point." - Juzsef Eorvos

  

Black & Large

Exif/Camera Details

Map/Location

Most Interesting photos

 

© Rui Almeida 2012 | All rights reserved.

 

All photos they may not be used or reproduced without my permission. If you would like to use one of my images for commercial purposes or other reason, please contact me. Depending on the situation may have to assign the work as specified by the author.

 

No images in comments please, or you or you can be blocked, but group invites are welcome

   

Road - "The Levellers" - Play this track here..

 

¿Whats this iPod Shuffle set all about? Read about it here

 

See this shot on Alamy here

 

The Levellers are an English rock band, founded in 1988 and based in Brighton, England. Their musical style is was influenced by punk and traditional/folk music. It is unclear whether the band got its name from a democratic faction of Oliver Cromwell's New Model Army; or according to guitarist, Simon Friend, was chosen from a dictionary.

 

They are Mark Chadwick, Jeremy Cunningham, Charlie Heather, Simon Friend, Jonathan Sevink and Matt Savage. Originally, all of the band's earnings being put together in a fund from which the members were paid the same amount every day.

 

1991 saw the release of their second album, Levelling the Land, the source of this track. The LP was a massive success, entering the charts at number 14. The anthemic single "One Way", despite not reaching the Top 40, became a popular song and live favourite for years to come among the travelling and indie community. Levelling the Land is often cited as an all-time classic amongst people who were students or travellers in the early 1990s.

 

The band are still active. For a good starting point, track down 'One Way of Life: The Very Best of The Levellers'. Tell 'em I sent you :-)

 

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During the Jacobite rising of 1745, Edinburgh was briefly occupied by Jacobite forces before their march into England. Following their ultimate defeat at the Battle of Culloden, near Inverness, there was a period of reprisals and pacification, largely directed at the Catholic Highlanders.

 

In Edinburgh the Hanoverian monarch attempted to gain favour by supporting new developments to the north of the castle, naming streets in honour of the King and his family; George Street, Frederick Street, Hanover Street and Princes Street shown in this image at dusk, named in honour of George III's two sons.

 

The historic centre of Edinburgh is divided into two by the broad green swath of Princes Street Gardens. To the south the view is dominated by Edinburgh Castle, perched atop the extinct volcanic crag, and the long sweep of the Old Town trailing after it along the ridge. To the north lies Princes Street and the New Town. The gardens were begun in 1816 on bogland which had once been the Nor Loch.

 

One of the Edinburgh tramlines can be seen on the right. Edinburgh Trams is a forthcoming tramway system which is currently under construction in Edinburgh, Scotland. It will be the first tram system in Edinburgh since the city’s previous network, Edinburgh Corporation Tramways, shut down in 1956.

 

The new tram system was originally scheduled to come into operation in July 2011, but the estimated completion date is now 2014, and will initially consist of one line running east-west across the city. Further extensions are planned. Originally budgeted at a cost of £375 million in 2003, the tram system is now anticipated to cost over £600 million.

 

Checkout more Scots stuff from my photostream.

 

Keep in touch, add me as a contact www.flickr.com/relationship.gne?id=33062170@N08 so I can follow all your new uploads.

 

(c) TonySmith Hotpix / HotpixUK

 

( artl )

We cling to our own point of view, as though everything depended on it. Yet our opinions have no permanence; like autumn and winter, they gradually pass away.

(Quote from the Zhuangzi, an ancient Chinese collection of stories and anecdotes)

 

Enhanced with touches of textures by Susan Weller, Flypaper and Parée Erica. The birdies have flown in from Cheryl Tarrant.

 

Thank you all yet again for stopping by and taking the time to view/comment/fave.

 

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