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Day one in Yellowstone and I am still overcoming my poison ivy. Will catch up soon.

No fly fishermen this morning. Usually shoulder to shoulder.

Towering skyscrapers overshadow Madison Square Park in Manhattan, NYC. Shot with the Olympus E-M1.

Playing with her Phone ^^"



Dress/lalaloopsy plush/phone Made by me :D

Having experienced snow coach problems 2 miles into the park on the first day of our Yellowstone workshop, we felt fortunate to have a bit of some color on our first stop along the Madison River!


Camera Nikon D800

Exposure 0.02 sec (1/50)

Aperture f/16.0

Focal Length 14 mm

ISO Speed 400

Exposure Bias +1/3 EV


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I had the urge to process and waterfall image so I dug this shot up from the archives. This is Madison Falls in the Elwha River drainage in Olympic National Park.


Madison River in Yellowstone National Park during the Winter of 2011-12. An amazingly beautiful place in the snow.


Madison Creek Falls is near the Elwa River and Pt. Angeles. I had a great day of photographing with Partick Rodruquiz and Steve Egbert. Our main focus was to make it up to Olympic National Park and Hurricane Ridge, but we enjoyed this waterfall along the way. Thank you for your warm visits my friends!

Bike ride around Madison


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Sunset over the Ohio River in Madison Indiana.

A slice of the Madison River seen on the way from West Yellowstone to Madison Junction. The sun was setting casting a nice glow.


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My thanks to JBARNESFLICKR, who recommended a different crop for this image that I posted earlier.


Click on the image to view on black. It really is worth the click :>)!

A lone elk crosses the Madison River in late afternoon in Yellowstone Park.

Hi everyone! I’m very pleased to share that we have another Flickr member who appears as the latest Feature Photographer for my official blog! Many of the devoted urban landscape photographers know him already -- Jörn Braasch of Anek-Artwork, based in Hamburg, Germany! Jörn is not only a photographer, but a graphic design artist who specializes in animation and time-lapse videos!


In the interview, you’ll be mesmerized by some of the VERY COOL videos Jörn has produced. You’ll also see a sample of his brilliant urban landscape artwork! Also learn about his interest in the “urban dystopia” and his very simple guidance for those who are looking to pursue careers as freelance photographers!


Please click on “TIA Blogger” below and click on the first image. That’s Jörn!



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Wisconsin State Capitol @ Sunrise.

Madison, Wisconsin, USA.


During my visit to Chicago in June, I made a short side-trip to Madison, the capital city of the state of Wisconsin.


If you’re inquisitive, you can find out here why Madison, out of all cities in America, makes an appearance in my photostream, and is very significant to TIA professionally, and to me (Tosin) personally.


Have a fantastic Halloween and final week of October!




Fort Madison (1808-13) was the first U.S. fort on the Upper Mississippi. It attracted raids by the Sauk and Fox, who believed it a violation of their treaties. The British attacked it twice, unsuccessfully, in 1812.


As a result of continued attacks by the British and their Sauk and Fox allies, the U.S. abandoned the fort in 1813 and burned it to the ground. The current structure is a replica.


This was one of several crossings from Nauvoo for the Mormon Pioneers in 1847.

Light spring snow on the Madison in the Madison Valley.


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View of the Isthmus from Olin Park over driftwood

View from atop the snow dunes in James Madison.

Shortly after sunset, the Wisconsin State Capitol Building turns on the exterior lights to illuminate its beautiful architecture. This has become one of my favorite times to photograph the city of Madison.


In this image, the vibrant cool tones of "blue hour" are infused with the Madison skyline. Lake Monona, as seen in the foreground, reflects the light of the Capitol Building as well as the Monona Terrace and other city buildings in a fascinating linear fashion.


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From one of our daily dog walks in Madison. Diptych taken with my $10.00 Holga.

Spring morning light and reflections along the Madison River. Oh, how I wish I was there NOW!


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I want to dedicate these pics to -Poison Girl-, I hope you like her in this photoshoot ^___^!

this view of the Madison River was taken in Montana, shortly before it flows into Yellowstone National Park. i was lucky enough to spend a day there flyfishing; i can't wait to get back!

Stitched photos. Madison County, Montana.

madison avenue noir

new york city, february 2013

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Snapshot taken at the lake in University of Wisconsin-Madison.


Early morning reflection on the Madison River.


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An early October the morning in the Madison Valley.


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MLAUMIS131 arrives Missoula, MT at the Madison St. crossing behind an SD40-2/SD45 combination.

An other photo from madison she have so much colors XD

Downtown Madison, Wisconsin at Sunset. From Esther Beach Park in Monona, Wisconsin.


A fantastic weekend in WI. Watching this misty sunrise was spectacular. The photo does not justify the morning magic. Unfortunately, I forgot my tripod (again) so, I had to shoot handheld. 3xp would have been nice to work with.


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Picnic Point, Madison - Wisconsin




Bike ride around Madison


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Processed in Prisma.

View is taken from an area close to Governor Nelson State Park.

Morning light in the Madison Valley.


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