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Most shots are taken from the other side
This was my first view of them as I made my way up from the beach/rocks at a very low tide
I did head back the same way and had to climb around some rock walls as the tide came back in
I used a B&W 10 stop filter to shoot this long exposure
This place is wild when the wind blows
Its got to be Large
Another one from january`s trip
Something to tide you over until I process some more from different days on this roadtrip
I like to mix them up
I have processed quite a few from the same morning in the fresh snow but I`ll keep them till later
The larger the better for this pano
Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area is a state park in Pacific City, Oregon, United States. Cape Kiwanda is on the Three Capes Scenic Route, which includes Cape Meares and Cape Lookout. Hiking to the top of Cape Kiwanda allows views of Nestucca Bay to the south and Cape Lookout to the north.
Nick Boren Photography:copyright:
No use of my Oregon seascape image in any form without my permission!
5 hour return hike and got caught in a thunderstorm on the way back
Cape Petrels (Daption capense) danced around our ship as the wind and waves got wilder and wilder across the Drake Passage.
"At sea the albatross and little petrel fly as if the storm were their proper sphere, the water rises and sinks as if fulfilling its usual task, the ship alone and its inhabitants seem the objects of wrath"
Charles Darwin, Voyage of the Beagle.
Flickr Explore #252 December 24 2008
Condestable de Castilla fue un título creado por el rey Juan I de Castilla para sustituir al de Alférez mayor del Reino. En él recaía el mando supremo del ejército . El condestable era el máximo representante del Rey en ausencia del mismo.
Tenía carácter vitalicio pero no hereditario. Este tipo de transmisión se llevaría a cabo en 1473, cuando Enrique IV nombra condestable a Pedro Fernández de Velasco, a partir del cual el título se haría hereditario.
El condestable Pedro Fernández de Velasco mandó la construcción de la Casa del Cordón de Burgos y la llamada Capilla del Condestable en la Catedral de Burgos, donde está sepultado.
This weekend I set out to shoot shorter exposures rather than long exposures. Admittedly I probably over do it sometimes so it's nice to mix things up a little. This was captured at Cape Woolamai, Victoria.
Question for the landscape/seascape photographers - What is your main source for learning and further developing your post processing skills? I feel like I'm in a processing rut and would love to come across some helpful tutorials whether it be via blogs or Youtube.
Cape Raoul | TAS | Australia
Glorious morning light on the distinctive dolerite columns of Cape Raoul, in Tasmania's South.
Catedral de Mallorca (Palma, Isla de Mallorca, Islas Baleares, España)
There is a gentle place that I love on the Lost Coast section of California. It draws me back again and again. One of the few places in CA where one can still hope to have some alone time.
Sunset at one of the crevasses at Cape Arago on the Oregon Coast, USA. A little HDR look. via 500px bit.ly/1anFdcf