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sitting at breakfast on our last day i waited patiently for the perfect crash of waves on those rocks!
I was gonna jump into this shot as well and then thought......."Nah!! Maybe not!!" :)
Still searching for the perfect crashing wave. Shot this low on the tripod. I always end up getting wet during these shoots, but I just can't resist the urge to get closer! Thanks for looking. More photos at www.EwertNaturePhotography.com
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It wasn't rainy for the first time in days so I thought I'd grab my Neemo girls + Levi and go out for a bit. But well, once I got outside, it was much colder than I expected... and then when I walked to the lake, I started feeling the strong wind that made the air feel freezing cold. @__@;;;
But! Because of the wind, there were really big waves... and once I saw that I couldn't go back empty-handed... I thought it'd be super cool to pose Levi on the rocks while the waves crash into them (and him lol). Well, while I was setting him & my camera up, the waves were insane - I almost got wet too... but once everything was ready and I was in the most uncomfortable position (trying not to slip on the rocks and fall into the water) waiting for the waves... well, I only got really tiny ones. -___-;; I tried waiting for them, but it got so, so, so cold and my position was really uncomfortable... so eventually I just gave up. And of course after I quit, the waves got big again, grrrr. -__-
I should come up with water concepts during summer when it's still warm... but there rarely is strong wind like this during the summer. Only the cold autumn wind can do this, ahahah...
His pose sucks, but it was really hard to pose his tiny self while wearing gloves. =^=;; Couldn't take them off 'cause my fingers froze already WITH the gloves on... I feel like I would've gotten a frostbite if I'd taken my gloves off.
Booh cold. ;__; Well, at least there's a little bit of waves in this shot...
Strong winds and a rough lake produced massive plumes of spray, with walls of water crashing against the north pier and lighthouse.
Shutter speed value 1/500 s
Aperture value f/11
ISO speed ratings ISO 200
Exposure bias value 0.00 eV
Focal length 300 mm
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This was the back of the car featured in the previous shot.. I just love things that are old or smashed or rusty or have peeling paint and when you get all four at the same time - well tis pure joy. So this my friends was an ahhh moment. Similar yet vastly different to the cliffs at Slieve League. It is Friday and I figured I would throw in some power pop/rock, whatever you call this stuff... I would have preferred to use Iain Morrison's Broken Off Car Door (even though this is the rear taillight) but something like that is not going to be on Youtube. Have a fabulous weekend everyone. And no Crashing now.. hahahaha you can count the dents here
Crashed opens in another window. what is even funnier is that my boss looks EXACTLY like Chris Daughtry, shaved head thing and all.. uncanny.
P.S. AND MOST IMPORTANT -- Many of your photos have not been showing up in my stream all day. I have emailed flickr and apparently it is a wide spread problem so if you find that some of your friends haven't been by to check out your shot it is probably because they haven't seen it in their stream.
A bird at Mudeford about to land on one of the huts there. Did he crash or land ? :smile:
A standard shot of the crashed DC-3 in Iceland.
The US Navy DC-3 crash landed due to ice build-up on the wings in 1973, and luckily everyone survived.
With only one day to spend at Corona Del Mar, I was given a less than interesting sunset. With this image, I decided instead to focus on the rocks in the foreground to draw the viewers eyes into the frame. The waves add a nice drama, so you're not too disappointed about the lack of clouds in the sky.
Dunree Fort Co Donegal
I went up to Dunree Fort, Co Donegal as I hadn't been there for years. I took a walk off to the left of the museum down to a very questionable bridge to one of the outhouses.
As I looked around I found a 'V' shaped chasm where the water would come crashing in on one side and 5 seconds later the other.
I took 2 images and blended them together to get both waves at the same time.
The Cathedral of St. Paul was the backdrop for the Red Bull Crashed Ice event. It was amazing and beautiful. Well done to everyone who made the church and the event look radiant.
I just think this one is cool.. Get the rocks covered with seaweed and algae with the waves crashing unto them...
A dazed wasp just sitting on my brothers patio, perfect macro oppurtunity. :-)
shell beach high tide.
freezing cold (apparently there were bets going as to when, not if, I'd get soaked. nice guys. nice)
fast waves like wah! always shocking when they crash up on you unexpectedly though.
now this is how I love to spend the evening! how bout you? :)
Sri Lanka, Southern Coast
Sony Alpha 850& Carl Zeiss 2,8/16-35mm
Hipstamatic for Iphone
Film: Uchitel 20
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This place Cave Point in our beautiful Door County shows the immense POWER of Lake Michigan - on this day the waves crashed up and over a 30 foot Wall of rock. I love this place....I am looking forward to it's beauty as Spring and Summer approach!
Crashing bore just about sums up this non-sunrise, if not for the rocks and waves the morning would have been a total wash.
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Dismantled Boeing B-52E Stratofortress, Edwards Air Force Base, Southern California.
Fun title , but it's actually not a crash site at all, though it does kinda resembles one. The historical details on this aircraft, serial # 0-70119, can be read in their entirety here, but in short, this decommissioned aircraft was placed out on what's known as the Photo Resolution Range at Edwards AFB back in the 1970's, and used as an aerial reconnaissance test-target. It was destroyed in 1991 for START treaty compliance with the Russians, and is now just a sorry collection of disembodied components set along the southern edge of the Rogers Dry Lake Bed in the Mojave Desert.
An interesting fact about all these jets placed on static display out on the desert fringes of Edwards Air Force Base. They're all technically in the inventory of Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, also located at Edwards AFB, with one even having a small, fallen-down plastic sign in the vicinity stating, as I recall, something to the effect that it's unlawful to mess with any of the "archaeological" exhibits on Edwards AFB property. I put archaeological in quotes because I'm not sure how these airframes count as archaeological exhibits, but that's roughly what it said.
Night, full moon, X-2000 flashlight on Joshua tree in foreground.
Here is a huge wave that came crashing in on the shores of Cape Kiwanda a few weeks back. I hope your all having a great day and thanks for looking!
Ocean waves crash into icebergs along the Black Sand Beach in Jokulsarlon, Iceland. On this afternoon, instead of doing slow exposures that show the motion of the water, I decided to stop the action and so the power the water. There was were large chunks of ice along the shore that provided a nice wall for the water to splash up high against.
A boiling ocean sends waves crashing against the rocky coast near Cape Perpetua. During a week long trip along the Oregon this was perhaps the best light I found. Unfortunately, a few minutes after this shot was taken the sun dipped below an offshore cloud bank, shutting down the nice golden light. It was a great trip anyway and I found myself gawking at scenery I knew one day I'd return to.
sorry couldn't wait till thursday to put this on.
taken at ackers pit this morning(wednesday)
Sea surf on the west coast of the Greek island of Lefkada.
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The Cathedral of St. Paul was lit beautifully for the Red Bull Crashed Ice event. It was absolutely amazing!
A return to Webster Park on a glorious day. Water spouts on the lake caught by other photogs. Hello Matt. I saw your photo on the news
(Explored Sept. 19, 2011) Thank you all my friends for the support
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