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Taken last Sunday at Soldiers Beach in Norah Head, Central Coast. It's my first time shooting at this fantastic location. Finding the place was easy. And it's also not very far (just around 1.5 hours drive from Sydney). The real challenge was to wake up at 4am in a cold winter morning. Luckily, it was an awesome sunrise this time! Worth the trip and lack of sleep.
Have a great week everyone! I will be visiting your streams shortly.
4 shot panorama (portrait mode)
3-stop Lee Grad ND
Novoflex VR II System
35mm, f/16, ISO 200
A 3 shot blend from a clear and sunny morning g at Soldiers beach NSW
An all EMD lineup, powers its way up towards Soldier Summit, with a lengthy manifest trailing behind. The all DC quintet made such a comfortable job climbing the hill, that it was a struggle to get in front once again, for another shot.
From front to the back: UP's 4059, 4829, 5023, 2187 & 1653.
Price Canyon, Utah, on a cold February 2015, morning.
Visit Utah!! Go on.
Another Soldier fly, different species, larger still than the previous one.
Honourable Mention in Olympus Bioscapes 2012
A long exposure from the northern end of Soldier's Beach, NSW.
Canon 5D markIII
Canon 17-40 F4L USM
ISO 100 | 17mm | F11 | 10 sec
Lee Filters 1.2Soft / Little Stopper
Soldiers Beach at Dusk yesterday.
The Soldier by Daniel Arrhakis (2014)
Detail of the "Unknown Soldier" is a monument built in honour of the soldiers from Sintra, that fight in World War I, from 1916 to 1918, and those who were present in the Portuguese Colonial War. Made by the sculptor José da Fonseca (1884-1956) the Statue was unveiled in 1941.
A wonderful day dear friends ! :)
Thank you for your visit in these last days, nice comments and invitations.
A little busy in these last times but i am trying catching up ! : )
Pair of Common Red Soldier Beetle (Rhagonycha fulva) mating on Knapweed
We completely understand the public's concern about futuristic robots feeding on the human population, but that is not our mission.....
Dr Hemet Von Zimmerman attempts to quash internet rumours that his company is developing a robot that runs its biomass-powered engine by digesting fallen soldiers on the battlefield
This exhibit had me in tears before too long. I unfortunately feel we are way too close to war. We all bare the weight of this, but certainly the soldiers carry it more so. I wish the 'leaders' pushing us to war felt it more.
Soldiers in colourful uniform of marching down the Raj Path in New Delhi in preparation for the annual Republic Day Parade
Night-time fisheye shot of the Soldiers' Tower at the University of Toronto
Just to show im not dead :P
Not bad for free folding... Had an idea of what I wanted in my head. Just grabbed a piece of paper and started folding - ended up with this soldier, the hard bit will be working out the crease pattern...
Designed and folded be from 1 uncut square
Normally I try to get detail from using complex grids and folding the details into the base. But for this decided to switch up approach and get details from shaping. Boxpleated on a 16 grid. Details like fingers go into 32.
Nikon D800 | Nikon 16-35mm f/4 | B+W CPL | Lee 0.9 Soft GND Filter
Soldiers Beach, NSW, Australia, overlooking Norah Lighthouse in an early morning sunrise shoot.
Picturesque Soldiers Beach is one of the few Central Coast beaches to remain untouched from urban development. This spectacular beach is a surfers’ dream and swimmers delight.The beach is flanked on the northern side by the Norah Head Lighthouse which although is no longer manned, continues to guide ships travelling along the coast.
Thanks for viewing, hope you like it.
Soldiers Beach, Central Coast, NSW Australia
Sunrise at Soldiers Beach, Central Coast, NSW Australia
The motto of E Company, 2nd Battalion, 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.
Soldier of Love - Surreal Conceptual photography by Aeron Nersoya