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Our furry feline friend illuminated in the darkness.
To get this picture we turned off all the lights and used a single off-camera flash to illuminate Tsunami's face. His captivated expression was due to his favorite fish toy being dangled just off screen. We chose black and white to accentuate the high contrast in this picture.
Analogica con Nikonos III ( 1975 ), fotocamera subacquea priva di esposimetro, messa a fuoco su scala metrica, obiettivo Nikkor 35 mm 2.5 f, Fomapan bianco e nero 200 asa, sviluppo con Rodinal. A parte lo orrendo sviluppo le macchie ci sono anche gocce dì acqua sullo obiettivo
Still playing around with a few close-up shots of a weathered telegraph pole.
30x40 in 76x101 cm Etched on Aluminum
Metal - Luster Finish
(Lifetime Durability Aluminum. No fading or staining, 100% heat, water, and scratch-resistant.)
.The tremendous tsunamis of the heart .......
- Los tremendos tsunamis ,del corazón.....
Tsunami de nubes en la Caldera de Taburiente (La Palma, Islas Canarias, España).
Learning to walk again
It's like the morning rays
See the horizon, take a hand
And then the starry earth
And then the earth that must blossom
And then the world with the beating heart
And then the life to grow..."
Upcoming thunderstorm approaching my hometown
Aufziehendes Unwetter über meiner Heimatstadt
IV Region de Coquimbo
The only image of the effects of the earthquake and tsunami that afected my town i have captured so far.
This 18m high Buddha is a memorial to the victims of the 2004 tsunami which claimed over 2000 victims in the immediate vicinity of the village of Periliya including an estimated 1700 passengers travelling on the express train which was passing as the wave struck. In a small building at the entrance to the temple road there is a display of photographs taken in the immediate aftermath. They are truly harrowing.
Peraliya, telwatta, Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka
Photo was taken in a suburb to Reykjavík, Iceland, on a very nice early autumn day.
Wide view of an Antarctic ice shelf (1 of 3) - the sheer scale of this wall is astonishing.
On the lower left side of the photo, you can see a small zodiac....that zodiac looks quite close to the ice wall, yet it is well over 200 meters from the wall.
Bring a small flask of your fav adult beverage as there’s plenty of ice...and you might appreciate a wee sip for warmth and your nerves!
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