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The Portal World's moon is visible for most of the day and all of the night, in certain locations. The red sky is a result of the time of day, the sky changes color continuously.
So I am off on a two day jaunt, and guess what I forgot! My camera!!! I'm such an idiot!!! I had so many shots in my head I wanted to take, all the tracks, stations, cielings, escalators, blurs.....damn!!! The horror and sadness I felt as I was rushing for the train made me realize I have serious issues, I think I have turned into a photo junkie!!! And lord help me, I'm loving it!!:-)))))
At least I got my iPad!! Some salvation!!
Hope I have time and Internet connection to keep up, might be a bit touch and go.
Happy Thursday everyone!!!
Created for PS Talent: Contest 77 - Two Trees.
Thanks to the following for these elements:
Thanks to SkeletalMess for the birds.
Another streetscape from the very popular autumn photography location of Mt Wilson. Thanks for viewing.
Nunca tinha brincado disso antes... É muuuito divertido, além de render imagens lindas...
Adorei... Hehehehe !!!!!!!
Eingang zur Festung Marienberg
Entrance to the Fortress Marienberg
Bayern (Bavaria) - Deutschland (Germany)
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On my recent trip up the coast, I went on a few photoshoots with Surfma ! She knows where all the cool spots are and has the best A++ rated Bed & Breakfast on the West Coast!
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Long exposure of the archway at Bodega Head.
Spent memorial day driving through the gorgeous (but overcast) countryside in/around/near Bodega Bay. It was so overcast there wasn't much color, but I like the long exposure here. My wife likes the blue cast better than the B/W conversion, so I hope you enjoy!
San Privat de Bas (Diapositiva any 1975)
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My latest addition to my daydreams set (aka blur-mania). I took quite a bit of time in post with this one, didn't quite know what direction I wanted to take it. Would really appreciate people's opinions on this one, my wife thought it looked very spooky!
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Spotted this at Lymm dam. It looked like the gateway to another world, but in fact it's just a streetlight shining through a stone archway. The mist does seem to make everything look so much more interesting. I was half expecting the appearance of a large figure with a scythe, beckoning me towards the entrance. This would have prompted me to break the world landspeed record for the safety of my car.
I really need a more sturdy tripod for these long exposure images. The amount of wasted shots is annoying. Tripods are annoying.
A collaboration between A.Sergeev(his photo) and my editing and texturing techniques......makes for a rather nice piece! ")
Texture by Marezia(aqua tex3)
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I selected this as my entry for 52 Weeks of Pix 2012, Week 52 (Dec 21 - Dec 27): Your Favorite Pic From Your Photostream. I took this photo last year during our trip to Italy, but did not post it to Flickr until 2012. I wanted to do something that reflected the magical quality of Venice. I liked this image in color, but it did not quite meet what I wanted. The conversion to black and white, together with the selective color and the slight blurring of the b&w portion did a pretty good job of meeting my vision for this image.
We now wend our merry way to Venice, which is quite different than anything else I have ever experienced. It is almost as if we passed through a portal into an enchanted land. And I soon discovered that navigating in Rome and Florence was a piece of cake compared to navigating a city with water for streets.
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An abandoned coal shed at Fort Stevens, on the Oregon coast.
Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, Co. Clare is one of the most photographed places in Ireland, so needless to say living in Wiltshire for the past 38 years, on and off, this place is fascinating to me.
Being of similar in age to Stonehenge some 4000 BC the capstone being 12 foot by 7 feet again wonder how Bronze age man lifted it into place..
The Burren where this forms part of the landscape is very unusual, being full of limestone and rare plants.. It was one of the areas I explored this year and I have many more shots to follow, with a large series of Irish scapes I hope you will enjoy.
Incendia program - no post manipulation
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A walk along 'my' canal again - what a glorious bright day we had. While the other side of the country shivered in the snow, we just shivered in the winter sunshine. Unprecedented weather for this time of year, and a moment of peace and tranquility for me, midst the joy and laughter of family festivities.
Thanks all for your messages and good wishes - I shall endeavor to 'catch up' over the next few days.
When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us. Helen Keller
*happy bokeh wednesday*
I went shooting with my friend Mike this past weekend. Mike's not on flickr so I can't point you his way, but he'd just upgraded his Canon T2i to a 60D and he was going to take it on a test run. I had a roll of film all ready in my camera, but as we were about to start shooting, Mike says he wanted to give me his T2i!! I couldn't believe it, the camera's in perfect shape only being about a year old. I'm still finding my way around this beauty but here is a shot from it. Thanks Mike, what an amazing gift!!
I found this cool doorway at a Cathedral, i shot it with a fisheye lens and it gave it this really cool "portal to another world look"! HDR made of 7 exposures from -3 to +3 EV and shot with a Canon 5D Mark iii
See more of my HDR Churches and Cathedrals on my blog here www.hdrprocessing.co.uk/category/hdr-cathedrals-and-churc...
This composition was chosen for a book cover - see more here: www.lulu.com/shop/search.ep?keyWords=Bir+%C5%9Fizofrenin+...
After some google translation searches, I've discovered the book, written in Turkish, concerns schizophrenia. So if you ever find yourself in Istanbul, arguing with 27 people that all live in your head, here's a book that may help! ;)
Created for dA Users Gallery Challenge 97 – Grim's Forest
A second viewpoint of Canary Wharf, again edited in Silver Effex Pro (can't get enough of it!)
Hoping to get back into London this weekend, with the Greenwich foot tunnel high on the list!