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Amazing natural and artificial lighting games on Nikiforos's Railway Station building !!! Enjoy the beautiful after sunset atmosphere with the small stony fountain on the left, the abandoned but still in excellent condition building and the three still showing off their intense red color chairs that were once used by travellers !!!


I wanted the viewer's eye to be able to immediately focus on the light of the lamp on the building and I believe I pretty much did it !!!


EXIF: NIKON D90 with Nikon Nikkor 18-55 lens, Manual mode, f 8, ISO 200, focal length 18 mm, manual exposure selection, cloudy white balance, center weighted average metering mode, shutter speed 1/3 s, HDR processing was not used in this frame, exact lighting conditions are successfully conveyed to the viewer, use of tripod, no flash, original RAW image dimensions 4288 X 2848 pixels ....


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This one was also taken from a train...-) Un grand Merci à Jacques et Esther .O. -)))


NikonD200 Objectif Nikkor 17.0-55.0 mm F/2.8

Nikon D50, Nikkor 18-55 AT-X DX @ 28mm

no HDR - only one RAW shot

ISO200, 1/125 sec, f/8


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Camera Model : NIKON D50

Exposure : 0.008 seconds

Aperture : f/8

ISO Speed : 200

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It was quite windy yesterday so I had to use shuter speed priority mode and a higher ISO to "freeze" these scene.:)

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Nikon D80, Nikkor 55-200/4-5.6, ISO 200, f/7,1, 1/125, 98mm


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Nueva semana nueva foto. Este árbol está a punto de mostrar sus flores. Espera con ansia la primavera.

Nikon D80, Nikkor 55-200/4-5.6, ISO 400, f/4,5, 1/100, 92mm


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The Palouse is one of the Inland Pacific Northwest’s most photogenic locations. From Steptoe Butte it looks like a surreal wavy carpet extending in all directions for miles. I had to act quickly after the sun set as the landscape immediately sank into a dark, hazy ocean of blue green.


Camera: Nikon D90

Lens: Nikkor 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G VR

EXIF: 1/8 sec | ƒ/8 | ISO 200 | 155mm

Location: Steptoe Butte State Park, Palouse, Washington, USA

June 9th sunset, at São Bernardino, Portugal.


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Un grand Merci pour votre visite, commentaire, favori !

Thank you for your visit, comments, fav !!


Una rosa de mi jardín, con una invitada de lujo. Una pequeña araña que se coló en la escena

Nikon D80, Nikkor 55-200/4-5.6, ISO 200, f/9, 1/125, 200mm


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the feast on forbidden territory - someone forgot that giraffes have long necks :)


Nikon D80, Nikkor 55-200/4-5.6, ISO 400, f/5,3, 1/500, 165mm


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Nikon D50, Nodal Ninja 3, Nikkor 18-55 DX @ 30mm

Vertorama - DRI from 5 x 2 RAW shots

ISO 200, 30 sek - 4 sek, f/16


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This picture was kind of an accident, meaning that I saw that a lightning show had started outside so I quickly grabbed my camera pointed it in a direction where I saw that a lot of bolts where striking and simply pushed the shutter button (I didn't even look at the settings). I took another, maybe 20 pictures and none of them where as good/interesting as this one.





Sunrise over the Sea of Galilee. The effect was achieved with a 'color blast' tool in Topaz Adjust,

followed by some desaturation.


Nikon D90, AS-S Nikkor 55-200 VR. Happy Sliders Sunday!

Living along the Missouri River is a blessing and a curse. in 2011, the river surged to unprecedented levels…at least unprecedented since the river was dammed in the 1950's. This time of year, though, the river has an untamed beauty that reflects the uneasy truce between humans and nature in the Northern Great Plains. If you live here, you'll know what I mean.

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Genova, Liguria. It was a rainy day, the first summer rain after a long time. The weather was improving and I decided to go down to the beach to take some photos, to breathe fresh air. In that night there was quite a lot of cloud cover the sky but it made for subtle yet dramatic evening light from Blue Moon. So I set a good exposure time to give the desired effect; I thought that 8 seconds of exposure and f/7.1 were a great compromise solution, using low ISO around 200.


The final result could already be able to appreciate without zoom, the high and strong contrast between the white foam and the dark color of the rocks and the sea was exalted already, just long exposure was completed. So I waited until quite late and used this long exposure time to give the dreamy feel to the moving sea water. It was so magic.


Mia Genova difesa e proprietaria. Ardesia mia. Arenaria.


Reflex: Nikon D3100 - Lens: Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR - Filters: No filter used


Focal length: 18 mm - Diaphragm aperture: f/7.1 - Exposure time: 8 sec - ISO sensitivity: 200


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The Forte de Beliche, or (Fortaleza de Santo António do Belixe), popularly known as Fortaleza de Belixe, is located in a dominant position over Praia de Belixe Velho (Belixe Old Beach) in Cabo San Vicente (near Sagres), Algarve, Portugal.


The original structure, dating back to the sixteenth need of defense against coast piracy, was ruined by the attack of the pirate Francis Drake, in 1587.


The monument dates back to the XVII century, when the structure was rebuilt after 1632, by order of Philip III (1621-1640).


Currently we can see the remaining wall panels, batteries and bunkers restored, and the Chapel of Santa Catarina, whose origins date back to a donation from Prince Henry (1394-1460) shortly before his death, and whose altarpiece in Baroque Style, was moved in 1997 to the Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Graça (Church of Our Lady of Grace), in the nearby fortress of Sagres.

Nikon D80, Nikkor 55-200/4-5.6, ISO 110, f/4, 1/1000, 55mm


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Entorno de la laguna de Uña, en Cuenca. España.

environment lagoon Uña. Cuenca. España.

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Beautiful atmospheric winter scene from Eastern Pindos, Greece ...


EXIF: NIKON D90 with NIKON Nikkor 55 - 200 lens, Manual mode, f 11, ISO 200, focal length 70 mm, manual exposure selection and white balance, use of ND HOYA X2 filter, HDR made by only 1 original shot, shutter speed 1/200 s, flash didn't go off, no use of tripod ........


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A group of sheep enjoy the late evening sun at the Sally Gap Wicklow Mountains.

Nikon D80, Nikkor 55-200/4-5.6, ISO 125, f/8, 1/125, 200mm


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natural nest of this little bird


Nikon D80, Nikkor 55-200/4-5.6, ISO 400, f/5,6, 1/200, 200mm


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This tree sits on the banks of the River Liffey close to the Coronation Plantation in Wicklow and always stands out when I pass it. This was shot a few weeks ago on a misty damp day when all the ground cover was gaining its Autumn colour

my dog rarely bark but speaks to me through eyes every possible moment


Nikon D80, Nikkor 55-200/4-5.6, ISO 220, f/5,6, 1/500, 190mm


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Arcos has a rather large castle that dominates the Historic Center of the town. It was originally an Arab fortress from the 11th century. Its present look dates from the 18th century after significant repairs needed to be made following the Lisbon earthquake (1755). Prior to that it was reworked in the 14th and 15th centuries following the Christian takeover.


Strategically speaking, the castle must have been quite formidable during the times when Arcos was at war. With the two cliffs right by it, it would have been difficult to mount an effective assault on the castle. After the Christian conquest, the castle became the home of the Dukes of Arcos.


Today, the castle is in private hands and is not open to the public, unfortunately.

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