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From my archive. This shot was taken last summer in Noblesville, IN.
This was a handheld point-shoot-and-run shot because I was approached by the guard riding a segway and told me I cannot take pictures of anything within the mall vicinity. :)
Just have to run some errands...be right back :)
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Hamilton Square in Birkenhead, Wirral,England is a town square surrounded by Georgian terraces. No two sides of the square are identical. It was built beginning in 1826 and to the design of Edinburgh architect James Gillespie Graham. It is second only to Trafalgar Square in London for having the most Grade I listed buildings in one place in England.
Hamilton Massachusetts. This is one of those "drive by" spots. I saw this view and stopped to snap a photo. I just thought it looked pretty!
been a while between post's i actually haven't been home in a month, went to Hamilton island though and forgot my shutter release cable which was a pain in the arse managed to get a couple in though
this one was taken with the old B+W 10 stopper
This image was taken this morning at 27F. You can see the icicles hanging from the ceiling of the cave. Cold...
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hamilton Gardens is a public garden park in the south of Hamilton owned and managed by Hamilton City Council in New Zealand. The 54-hectare park is based on the banks of the Waikato River and includes enclosed gardens, open lawns, a lake, a nursery, a convention centre and the Hamilton East Cemetery. It is the Waikato Region's most popular visitor attraction, attracting more than 1 million people and hosting more than 2,000 events a year.
Hamilton Gardens is described in popular culture as a botanical garden, but does not technically qualify as a botanical garden. Instead, the site features 21 gardens representing the art, beliefs, lifestyles and traditions of different civilisations or historical garden styles. These gardens are grouped into the Paradise, Productive, Fantasy, Cultivar and Landscape garden collections, and there is space for gardens which are still in development.
The first development of the gardens began in the early 1960s at what was then the city's waste disposal site. The first substantial development, the Rogers Rose Garden, was opened in 1971 in an attempt to block highway development over the site. Since 1982 many newly developed areas have been opened to the public. Additional features of the gardens now include a lake walkway and a waterfall lookout.
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Mass upload of the rest of the shots that I really like from the Hamilton Airshow last weekend.
As mentioned with my last upload, I was quite impressed with the presentation - the Warplane Heritage Museum did a wonderful job. That being said, I'm still disappointed that "Rock You Like Hurricane " by the Scorpions wasn't played once?!?! COME ON..... not even a snippet when the Hawker Hurricane took off..... it was RIGHT THERE for you?!?! ;)
Slippery rails and a heavy train for Montreal required CP 142 to have the Hamilton 'Helper Set' tacked on the rear for a push up the hill to Waterdown. Other than in Hamilton, you won't find too many places where you can see a pair of GP20C-ECOs regularly assisting ailing stack trains.
Due to all the flooding we’ve had this spring, I’m having to walk on a different trail these days. We are now informed that our original trail may not be restored until next year. One benefit, however, is that I get to see a different view of the shoreline so that is why you are getting more scenes of Hamilton harbour. Hope you like them.
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My camera has been sulking a bit this week after all of the excitement of seeing new snow in Banff last week. So after work I loaded it into my camera bag and set off for Hamilton. This is looking east from the High Level Bridge. Even more colour was happening to the west, so I dodged cars and shot from the other side of the bridge, too.
Hamilton Greenbelt is a new one for me. My friends have been trying to get me there for over a year. I didn't have a problem driving out to the lake, but they always wanted to get started early on a weekday, and the morning traffic just to crazy to deal with. Anyway, today they said 10 am. That I can do. It was a pretty hike and worth the drive.The weather was perfect and so was the company. Plus, I got some new fence and bench shots..:))
Leading a hike tomorrow on go old Barton Creek Greenbelt. I'm going to be getting started a later than usual. Hope it doesn't get to hot.
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Marin County has a seemingly endless supply of striking vignettes to photograph. I visited the new Hamilton wildlife area this morning, but became sidetracked by the fabulous reflections in the old hangars from the former Air Force base. This image is of Hanger No. 7 reflected in the windows of Hanger No 5, which you can see is itself reflected back into the image. I was instantly drawn to the abstract blue and red lines that all of the reflections formed.
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
A panoramic view that is the sum of 5 images.
The images were taken at the 55mm range and slightly overlapped to eliminate seams. Since each image will have its own light/contrast tuning it is the only daunting task.
Why do it? To get a closer look than possible with wide angle lenses... and the linear expanse of the image.
A panoramic view of the Hamilton skyline in the winter. Ontario, Canada.
2 min exposure using 10 stop ND Filter and 24-70mm f/2.8 Nikon Lens
As Always, Viewing in Lightbox is recommended.
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