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There are people that lived dramas and situations so intense that most of us will never experience.
Most of these people didn't choose to do so; they just found themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Sometimes I wonder if living these experiences makes you grow, or kills you, or both.
Experimenting with pixels some more.
I took the photograph (3 hand-held exposures combined into one HDR image) of this alley in Ashland, OR.
The waterfall is from Twin Falls State Park, in Northbend, WA.
The river is the Snoqualmie River, WA.
The sign is a street sign somewhere in California or Oregon.
Doctor Tongs and I just finished up a 14+ hour tri-county marathon shuffle and have a ton of stuff to post from each stop over the next couple of days. Good times.....
It's almost 9 AM and I go to work at 5 PM. Sleep? Still debating it....
I tweaked my recovery and contrast during RAW conversion for this shot. Aaron had the SOOC shot pegged. Argh! He deserved the great shot though as he was the one moving the blue sword around for 11 minutes.
Photo was taken in a suburb to Reykjavík, Iceland, on a very nice early autumn day.
From last weekend, our friend EyesB from Belgium paid us a visit!
Cemo - Aseb - EyesB - Neist (Rosk).
Good times down in Stockwell, shouts to everyone there.
Stitch is here > images.imagehotel.net/?uef7b3ikn7.jpg#null and click the thumbnail!
outtake that I had to revisit. I'm terrible at titles sometimes. any suggestions?
Taken on my recent trip to Thailand on the beach of Khao Lak.
Its the place hardest struck by the immense tsunami in 2004. By what it looks like the rebuild of the place has been quick but still its lacking the number of tourist prior to the tsunami.
We stayed there couple of nights but our main destination was the paradise Similan Island national park.
Peraliya, telwatta, Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka
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.
A tsunami (Japanese: 津波), or tidal wave is a series of water waves
caused by the displacement of a large volume of a body of water, usually an ocean.
The day was clear
The sun shone bright
Upon my island home
When all at once wailing, echoed from her shores.
And it came whirling, swirling, churning and sweeping
A monstrous twenty-foot wave
With a booming voice and mighty hurt
Destroying everything in its way.
Un tsunami (津波, del japonés, literalmente gran ola en el puerto) o maremoto es una ola o un grupo de olas de gran energía que se producen cuando algún fenómeno extraordinario desplaza verticalmente una gran masa de agua...
cuatro o cinco fotos en este peculiar escenario pude tirar hasta que el socorrista me dijo que tenía que salir pues puesieron la bandera roja en la playa ¿por qué será?
Está hecha con una Canon IXUS 800 IS metida dentro de su carcasa submarina (la mejor opción para que la camarita no se llene de arena en la playa y claro está, no se moje)
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
Tsunami damaged coastal area near Banda Aceh, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
THIS IS NOT ONE OF MY OWN PHOTOGRAPHS BUT A MANIPULATION OF ONE FOR A CHALLENGE IN THE "TIS THE SEASON" GROUP
*Photo copyright & used with permission for this challenge from Nikolas D. Montebello*