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a view of Park Avenue in Arches National Park on a lovely morning as the weather changed again. I do not know what the flowering plant in the foreground is but after a windy day, they are the same color as the sand.
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We're inching closer and closer to the cap as we go into the future, but we're still not under the cap. But we're no longer in that situation where we're so far over that you can't see the light at the end of the tunnel.
5 exposure stiched panorama.
Was up in About Life - which is an organic food shop as eating organic food is important to me plus its compulsory if you live in Bondi ;)) and coming out I was in a green, green mood - so popped in to Centennial Park on my way home to satisfy the craving ;).
Mizumoto Park @Mizumoto-koen, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo
林の中(2) / 水元公園 ＠葛飾区水元公園
Star Trails over Park Avenue at the Arches National Park.
On our trip to the Arches I kept the Park Avenue to shoot at the last for the North Star was aligning almost at its center, perfect to get the circular trails about it.
But I did not account for the cold we had to face for getting the shot. Finally I decide to open the shutter and leave the camera on the tripod and wait in the jeep. But then we saw a bunch of deers around us presenting the threat of knocking down the camera. Thus I alone went and spent 50 chilling minutes for the shot (the idea was to wait for 1.5h but being from California makes you soft for cold).
Hope you'd like the photograph.
I liked the look of this old tree against the sky. 5x HDRI, sharpened, vertical lens shift to correct the keystoning of the 12-24mm.
This is the only decent-sized waterfall in Bushy Park, Dublin, and its flow depends on the amount of rainfall. This is a two-second exposure with my 100mm macro lens and a tripod.
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Late afternoon in Arches National Park, when the red rocks take a yellowish tint.
We saw this crow that posed for us in front of these huge rock formations, called "The Park Avenue".
We wondered if we were in another planet....
(A photo from my book "Utah & Arizona")
Just had to get a new computer ... nice new processor. Wanted to give it a run with LR, and played around with this shot from last summer. Brought up the grass shadows more to give a better balance ... a least on my screen.
My other Explore images are here:
This is a twofer! Two in explore on the same day!
Denali National Park
The red plants are alpine bearberry.
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