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Exposure 0.001 sec (1/2000)
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Love it, like it, hate it, toss it.....you tell me....
shooting in the mid day sun is one of the hardest things I think a landscape photographer can do and minimize post processing....
if you have never been here I think everyone should go at least once in your life!!!!!!
This is an amazing Highway to drive!!!!
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Focal Length:10 mm
For my second infrared shot with the converted Nikon 3100, thought I'd try a little color (since I got the 665nm option that lets in visible light as well) and also some clouds (sometimes not easy to find in California when you want them, but not complaining). It was incredibly hazy, but infrared really cuts through it, and also it was taken at noon (which is the best time for infrared, which I also like). This is up on Mount Diablo in Walnut Creek.
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Diablo Lake as seen from the viewpoint on the North Cascades Hwy.
Traces of the ever present breeze roils the teal waters below.
"Diablo Lake is a reservoir in the North Cascade mountains of northern Washington state, USA. Created by Diablo Dam, the lake is located between Ross Lake and Gorge Lake on the Skagit River at an elevation of 1,201 feet above sea level."
"The unique, intense turquoise hue of the lake's water is attributed to the surrounding glaciers that grind rocks into a fine powder that is carried into the lake through creeks. That fine powder stays suspended in the lake, giving the water its brilliant color."
Davis Peak stands tall in the distance.
Tirando de archivo, un caballito del diablo con muy poca profundidad de campo y un recorte para dejarla en vertical.
20 minutes before sunrise yesterday. The sunrise position was the glowing area to the left but Diablo stole the show, which seems appropriate with Halloween rapidly approaching....
Diablo Lake is a reservoir in the North Cascade mountains of northern Washington state, USA. Created by Diablo Dam, the lake is located between Ross Lake and Gorge Lake on the Skagit River at an elevation of 1,201 feet above sea level. Diablo Lake is part of the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project and managed by Seattle City Light.
The lake is home to rainbow, cutthroat, brook, and the federally threatened bull trout. It is a popular recreational spot for kayakers and canoeists. The unique, intense turquoise hue of the lake's water is attributed to the surrounding glaciers that grind rocks into a fine powder that is carried into the lake through creeks. That fine powder stays suspended in the lake, giving the water its brilliant color.
We finally arrived at our destination, the rain had followed us all the way to the Lake but it did not stop me from taking many images at a different point of view. The clouds and the mist added drama and a mystical effect to the scenery.
The lake's brilliant hues from turquoise to light blue were accentuated by the dark clouds.
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Another view of this special scene.
Some of the richest glacial silt waters I've seen, with a bit more blue mixed with that special teal that makes glacial melt stand out so vibrantly. Hard to beat the gorgeous waters that flow from glaciers.
Thanks for taking a look.
Enjoy a special Sunday!
View of Mount Diablo from Joyce Island Road, Suisun Marsh, Solano County, Northern California.
garganta del diablo, ruta 68, salta argentina
This is the one time of the year when the hills are actually green in California...
The drive to the Maple Pass trailhead is over 3 hours from my house. Fortunately, spectacular views of Diablo Lake break up the trip.
Le Salto del Diablo au travers d'une bulle de savon.
Photographie des chutes prise en 2000.
I took this photo YEARS ago, but juuust now edited it. Oh gosh.
It was taken on a lovely winter day on a quick road trip to the North Cascades. Isn't Washington beautiful?
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Desde lo más profundo del Averno los diablos escalan a traves de grutas de fuego hacia la superficie de la tierra. Solo ocurre una vez al año. El pasado uno de Julio volvió a ocurrir en la costera población de El Masnou. Y cundió el pánico…
Se produjeron Persecuciones por parte de Els Diables del Masnou a traves de toda la población hacia los pacíficos habitantes sin otro objetivo que aterrorizarlos. Por la mañana, al despuntar el sol, vuelven a su agujero en lo más profundo de la tierra a esperar ansiosamente a que transcurra otro año para volver a salir.
View from the summit of Mount Hamilton, in the Diablo Range just east of San Jose, California, USA. Looking west.
North America’s Alps
"North Cascades National Park, located in northwestern Washington, U.S., is known for its picturesque mountains waterfalls, and alpine meadows"