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South coast of Iceland.
Seen in the distance is a mountain
Petursey it is 274 m high.
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I've been too busy to keep up with Flickr activities. Now, it's dark when I get off work, so no new sunset stuff for a while :( The weather has been bad anyway.
This was shot last month during my trip up the Eastern Sierra. It was a cold and windy morning.
Have a great weekend!
I took lots of photos of this lighthouse on Sunday, but of course, I was drawn to processing the one that had the rusty bits in it.
Friend and fellow flickr photographer Paul Hollins and I set out in high hopes this morning of some high cloud and exposed rocks for sunrise.
Seems Skippy Sky bombed out on the expected high cloud, we could see plenty of stars before setting off and our suspicions were confirmed on arrival at our destination - South Bar Beach (Newcastle, NSW; Australia).
Our second hopes were dashed when we noticed that the rocks we hoped had been exposed here by the recent big swell and seas, were totally buried under a healthy layer of sand!!
At least I knew that there were these rocks that sit closer to the low tide mark - so something worked out after all!! :-)
A bit of colour from the sky and contrasting green from the moss covered rocks - hope you like it!!
a shot from this morning at south shields was a crap sunrise to cloudy but got a bit red in the end .
I'm in the process of redoing a number of shots around town with the d300. Shot this at 7:30am this morning (The EXIF information is not correct... anyone else getting errant EXIF info on the D300?). As usual, I forgot my tripod and fired off 5 exposures balancing my camera on the fence...
This is a scene at South beach in the mornings. now who would want to go to work after this.
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I finally got around to finishing a roll of Fuji 160 and found a whole series of pictures I'd taken a year or so ago. This is the South Celestial Pole in Winter at about 2200hrs AEST. Exposure time was at least 3 hours. Location was about 30km NE of Canberra whose glow you can see on the horizon.
Head South from Cape Town, it does this sort of thing all day.
A brighter picture of Eastbourne's coastline, which is a beautiful and popular tourist destination in the UK. This shot was taken early in the morning when it was quite. The day looks warm but it was actually freezing cold.
Hope this shows the beauty of Eastbourne more than my last post of the place did.
Have a great day and thank you as always for the views, faves and the delightful comments across my stream.
Today we went to one of the highest points in Sussex. our aim was to get some spectacular views.
photo taken in my garden on a coold frosty evening
more photos on sky over lambaflöt (set)
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The South Gare is an area of reclaimed land, at the mouth of the Tees, designed to act as a breakwater. A first visit for me and the wind was in my face along with lots of spray! A different angle of wind and bigger seas would be very interesting and I'd like to go back!
Shot these falls on the south side for a different perspective.
For all of you flickr yankees who know "John Rizzitelli", wish him well. He's going in for more surgery tomorrow...get well soon John!
This photo was taken at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station during the 2014 Winter season.
This is an image of the main station building where we all eat, sleep, hang out, etc. Its the main living quarters for about 150 during the summer and roughly 40 for the winter. The windows have cardboard put over them during the winter for insulation and light purposes.
A black and white version of the wonderful round pebbles and beach platforms at Nash Point. South westerlies by British Sea Power is a fine title, as south westerly winds and longshore drift cause these beautiful features.
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South Stack Lighthouse was built by Trinity House in 1809, marking a tiny islet off Anglesey at the north west tip of Wales. Newly reopened for 2017
The historic South Stack Lighthouse is located on a small island reached via a descent of 400 steps down the steep mainland cliffs!! That's a lot of steps... but great views!! ;)
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Another shot from last weeks visit to South Haven,
A long exposure showed up these awesome auroras over the main station. Picture was taken at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.