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I spent a couple of days in Everglades National Park this week and was able to meet up with Paul Marcellini. Paul knows the Everglades like the back of his hand and was kind enough to show me around. We lucked out at at sunrise with some nice fog and mist. Comps were hard to come by but I came up with this one while trying take advantage of that color. Thanks in advance for any comments/critiques. Also, take a minute to check out Paul's Flickr page to see his awesome Everglades collection:
Words fail me in describing the feelings I was suffused with while I watched this sunset.
This picture was taken from the car on the drive from North Lake in the Bishop Creek area. The autumn foliage on the hillside was like streaks of oil paint on the canvas. Totally awesome!
California - USA
Here is another one from my spring trip to Zion National Park. Thanks for looking!
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Taken a few days ago in Zion NP in the state of Utah. Thanks for looking.
From earlier tonight. Just before the sun dropped behind a layer of haze I had some nice light and color to work with. The weather has been really awesome in North Florida recently. I feel bad for my Canadian friends who are still freezing :)
...With Mt. Holmes in the distance.
This is one of my personal favorites, I just had to re-edit and repost : )
This shot was made a Dream Lake, Rocky Mountain NationalPark, Colorado in July of 2008. The animal on the shore of the lake is a bull elk. I was set up to record the reflections when this guy meandered into the scene, still counting my lucky stars. The shot is a single exposure made with a Nikon D300, 12-24mm, Singh Ray 3 stop ND grad (hard) at ISO 200.
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Another one from deep in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park about three weeks ago. I was perched on top of a slippery rock when I shot this one.
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Early morning contours and colors on a spring day.
Note: for copyright purposes, this is a low resolution image.
“Faith is a process of leaping into the abyss not on the basis of any certainty about ~where~ we shall land, but rather on the belief that we ~shall~ land.”
Yosemite National Park
I was too fascinated watching this little guy wash its tail and taking pictures that I didn't pay attention to its identification.
Thank you Ivm15 for providing the type of monkey....this is a Marmoset.
As the images unwind
From my wanderings along the Pacific Ocean in January. I have been AWOL for a while but I plan to pick it up again now. Hope everyone is well!
A starfish waits for the incoming tide. From Olympic National Park about a week ago at sunset. I didn’t even try to stay dry when trying to shoot this one. For those who I am sure will ask, the starfish was not pasted, altered, cloned, touched, moved or handled. I did turn on my LED headlamp to provide a bit more illumination for him. Thanks for looking.
Canon 5D Mark II, Canon EF 17-40mm f4.0 L lens, Gitzo tripod, Arca Swiss ballhead, SS 1 sec., f14.0, ISO 100.
Another of the Eagle shots from Saturday. Was snowing pretty heavy at this point.
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