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A lovely curved branch provides a nice frame to the view of the path beside the River Dodder near Rathfarnham, Dublin.
Less saturated - www.flickr.com/photos/sbh/6233702654/in/photostream/
Personally I prefer this version, but I'm curious to know what others think.
I am way behind with contacts so today I will mostly do reactive comments - you comment on mine, I'll comment on yours.
Had a great trip to the Lower Lewis River Falls this morning with Gary Meyers and had this beautiful waterfall all to ourselves. The water has obviously come up a bit in the past week or two, but it's still accessible and in great shape. This spot is a real treat for anyone, and as long as the water level is low enough there seem to be far more compositions to shoot than time to shoot them.
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On our hike yesterday in upper Glen Clova. A fantastic isolated glen and a perfect area to spot deer that time of the year - we spotted herds with more than 100 animals. They where literally everywhere (also audible!)
Located in Chilean South, Trancura river is one of the many rivers in this beautiful zone, near Patagonia in Andes Mountains.
El rio Trancura se encuentra en el Sur de Chile y es uno de los tantos ríos que hay en esta hermosa zona , cerca de la Patagonia, en la cordillera de Los Andes.
Here's an image from my recent Greyton workshop... captured about an hour after sunrise... in the Gobos River Gorge.
Yes I know... the highlights are blown in this photo! That is a cardinal sin to me... I don't enjoy pure-white pixels as much as I enjoy almost any other colour pixels... and I always do my best not to clip the highlights when I capture my images.
Shooting directly into the sun is a very tricky situation to correctly expose for... it's relatively easy within a minute or two after sunrise or before sunset... but when the sun has been up for a while and it's just popped out from behind a white cloud... that situation definitely calls for blending several bracketed images together.
The two photos that I blended together to create this image were exposed a full SEVEN stops apart... it took all my blending skills to get the final image to look more or less what I remember seeing at the time!
I have included the two differently exposed photos that I used to create this image in the comments section below.
Nikon D800, Nikkor 14-24 mm at 21mm, ISO of 100, aperture of f11, with a 1/4000th second exposure.
This morning at Kings River Falls. It would have been nice to have remembered my tripod but I don't think I would have gotten as good a shot as this with the cool green moss in front if I had the camera mounted on the tripod.
Other than very minor fixes this is straight from the camera.
By the way.............the water is really that color.
Previously at Kings River Falls below.
Back to Canada.
Another favorite place in Alberta. Just so much to love in those Rockies.
"The Mistaya River originates in Peyto Lake (shown in comments), a glacial lake of typical blue colour (due to rock flour). A series of elongated lakes are formed along the river: Mistaya Lake and Waterfowl Lakes.
The river merges into the North Saskatchewan River at Saskatchewan River Crossing."
Getting mighty warm here. Hope not too bad for you.
Enjoy a wonderful weekend!
Florence is the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany and of the province of Florence.
It is the most populous city in Tuscany, with 367,569 inhabitants (1,500,000 in the metropolitan area).
The city lies on the River Arno and is known for its history and its importance in the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance, especially for its art and architecture.
A centre of medieval European trade and finance and one of the richest and wealthiest cities of the time, Florence is often considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance; in fact, it has been called the Athens of the Middle Ages.
It was long under the de facto rule of the Medici family.
From 1865 to 1870 the city was also the capital of the Kingdom of Italy.
Another shot from the bottom of Little River Canyon. If you were wondering, I did get a little wet taking this shot.
The River Twiss twisting through the valley along side Twistleton Scar in the Yorkshire Dales. There appears to be a lot of twists in this description!
The Mistaya River flows under Mt. Sarbach on it's way to it's slot canyon downriver. Another favorite stop along Alberta's spectacular Icefield Parkway.
"Mistaya River originates in Peyto Lake. A series of elongated lakes are formed along the river: Mistaya Lake and Waterfowl Lakes.
Mistaya merges into the North Saskatchewan River at Saskatchewan River Crossing."
Sending best wishes, thoughts and prayers to all those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Ice flows slowly down the Grand River in Michigan as the end of a winter day draws near.
In the afternoon we went for a pleasant cruise down the Clutha River which was once rich with gold and mines and dredged for many years. Now it is connected to a hydo lake and flows slowly past these trees in their autumn uniform.
Thanks especially if you have a comment to make. Have a good weekend.
The Snoqualmie River above the waterfall is deceptively smooth. Who would know that less than a quarter mile downstream the river would thunder down a 270 foot drop.
Texture by Clive Sax www.flickr.com/photos/chorando/6378986751/in/set-72157607...
It is a simple picture of the village where I was born in Portugal named Vista Alegre where remains one of the most famous porcelain factories.
Time runs and people change, and today some old worker homes as well as other century-old buildings are about to be demolished...
"Over the life, on the work and in love nothing is eternal and granted. From one moment to the next everything can be shattered into a thousand pieces like a beautiful and delicate biscuit." - Manuel Valente Franco Morgado (my childhood friend)
A casa do Rio: (Pequeno relato feito pelo médico João de Almeida)
"Corria o ano de 1929 quando a região de Vagos (especialmente, mas não só) foi atingida por uma grave epidemia de tifo - doença transmitida pelo piolho. Não havendo, na altura cura para este mal, era a prevenção a única arma de que se dispunha. Assim sendo e devido ao facto de a fábrica da Vista Alegre ter muitos trabalhadores oriundos desta região, foram criados dois pontos por onde, obrigatoriamente, passavam todas as pessoas e onde, para além do banho e desinfecção com criolina ... mudavam de roupa. Um dos pontos era esta casa, o outro o palheiro onde hoje se encontra o ... Palheiro. Assim se conseguiu que a doença não dizimasse a nossa gente."
Kananaskis Country was looking really moody the last time I was through there. Maybe it's because winter was one its way.
Another wonder near my favorite drive on the continent, Alberta's Icefield Parkway.
These teal glacial waters originate in the Peyto Glacier and Peyto Lake, then flow thru the Waterfowl Lakes on their way to the north Saskatchewan river. Mighty pretty country for us photographers….
This section of the river flows into a deep, curvy slot canyon downstream from where I'm standing (shown below).
As always thanks for your visit!
The endless cycle of flow and freeze marks my winter days...leaving lessons about holding on and letting go within my soul.
Rivers, Sun series.
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Rivière Assemetquagan River
Vallée de la Matapédia (Gaspésie) Québec
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A Little Bit of Soap Level 1
A shot taken along the river Brathay at Elterwater in the lake district national park in Cumbria, England.
Found in the parklands of Attingham Hall near Shrewsbury. The Hall, built for the first Lord Berwick in 1785, Attingham Hall and its beautiful parkland were owned by one family for more than 160 years. As their fortunes rose and fell they proved themselves to be spenders, savers and saviours - providing a fascinating story of love and neglect whose mark still stands in Attingham’s rooms today.
Discover the traces of the family story throughout the mansion, from the flashy but flawed Picture Gallery roof that contributed to the bankruptcy of the second Lord Berwick, to the prized paintings of the cattle that the fifth Lord loved.
Attingham’s saviours, the eighth Lord and Lady, began restoration work that lives on in the Attingham Re-Discovered project. This project aims to bring the mansion back to life, and in 2014, visitors can step behind the scenes and see our conservation work in action as we work to rescue and restore the stunning Nash roof covering the Picture Gallery.
Courtesy of National Trust
The Maligne River flows swiftly toward Medicine Lake.
Hope everyone has a great Thursday. Thanks, as always, for stopping by and for all of your kind comments -- I appreciate them all. We are back in San Francisco with house guests arriving tomorrow, so I will catch up over the next few days.
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Going to shuffle between my Bangkok travel shots and my Bangalore travel shots. Here's a nice one of River Kwai on a lovely sunny day.
“We all end in the ocean. We all start in the streams.We're all carried along by the River of Dreams.”
Billy Joel -
The Colorado River flowing to Moab Utah
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This is the State park I went to on Sunday. The park was beautiful and clean. There was a great trail along the river but I didn't get far before it started to rain..;( Nonetheless, I still got lots of pictures..;)
Wildlife returns to the Ozarks in the spring. . . .
[Whimsical: playfully humorous, especially in an appealing or amusing way. }
Very often I go down to this little river which is near my house. Here it´s possible to enjoy the silent nature and to go for a walk.
In this song tells Bruce Springsteen the story when he went to The River, where he spent time with Mary.
Listen to the special performance by Bruce Springsteen & Sting live