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Junior ballet students guided from the dress rehearsal stage by a senior student
“How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world.”
The sun was perfectly set over this path as I was heading out of the forest. It was my guiding light.
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Ah, to follow the silvery moon to a new home up where the bluebirds sing....
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my second time at this wonderful manor with the five Alive crew something quite colonial about this place!
Adornment acquired and kindly provided by my good friend Paulo Dias (www.paulo-dias.com)
Canon EOS 5D MKII + Canon EF 17-40 f/4 L @ 26 mm
ISO 100 - f/5.6 - 30s
Lee GND 0.6 HE
A single guiding light burns brightly in the Steveston Harbour.
*** To give you a better perspective of this nautical scene, this image indirectly connects with my last post.. If you notice the wharf section to the right....it is the continuation of the same wharf from the previous photo on its left.
The scenic, Steveston Heritage Fishing Villiage is a charming fishing village that is situated in Richmond BC on the Mighty Fraser River
Definitely one of British Columbia's best kept secrets.
Series: Steveston by Romance
I 💖 Steveston
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~Christie (happiest) by the River
The walkway approach to St Pancras international station in london.
Guide Falls, just south of Burnie, northern Tasmania.
Very little water flowing, but you do get to get a better view of the amazing rock formation behind the flow.
Trevose Head, Cornwall.
Lee Big Stopper; Lee 0.6 ND soft grad; Lee polariser.
Two lighthouses on the South pier at Grand Haven, Michigan USA, guiding Lake Michigan fishing and pleasure boats safely to the Grand River.
Lone Sailboat in the distance on an overcast, late afternoon at Santa Monica Bay, CA.
Her lights guiding the birds - isn't it spectacular!?
Photo taken with Minolta beercan and Sony a77 in Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
The conditions while taking this photograph were pretty extreme! But with the sun glimpsing at the right moment and me huddled over the tripod to try to keep it steady in the strong winds, I managed to get the shot i went there for.
A month or so ago I went out with a friend looking to capture some iconic Chicago scenes. The Kinzie Street bridge came to mind, after visiting it previously with Brian Koprowski. We weren't here long before traffic picked up and threw our cameras shaking. I liked this frame the best, with the early morning barge lighting up the river. If I could have, I would have made a time lapse, but unfortunately the cars on the road thought otherwise.
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The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore.
-Vincent Van Gogh
Cape Foulwind Lighthouse.
Looking back to this night, I wish I got some shots with my 24mm ƒ1.4 lens, I was too excited to have the 14mm ƒ2.8 lens and with limited time, had to leave before I wanted to. We will be back, Mr Foulwind.
PLEASE DON"T INVITE THIS PHOTO TO ANY AWARD (C1/P1) GROUPS, THE AWARDS ARE TACKY AND DON"T GIVE ANY VALUE.
8 second exposure with 2-stop soft split GND and CPL filters. Low tide revealed the foreground element under first morning light. I was standing in water during the exposure.