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Jesse and Hunter enjoying the sunset on Brewster Flats...
The view from the absolutely stunning town of Bethel, Maine. A town that finds itself at the top of fall foliage lists for good reason. Views like this are few and far between.
Another beautiful morning from Jupiter, FL. Just south of the Blowing Rocks Preserve
Piano Rock, one of the many formations in the Valley of Fire Statepark. Taken at sunrise, which gives the red stone a nice and warm glow, also notice the red color underneath the rock, this is called: reflected light: sun shines on the red surface and reflects this as 'warm red light' into the shadows, if the rock is red itself it will glow redder...
Technical: HDR from 5 shots
Deep in the forest, a tiny non-descript, yet busy, migrant Blue-gray Gnatcatcher is poised to catch its daily needs of insects, insect eggs and spiders. They may hover over foliage (gleaning), or fly to catch insects in flight (hawking).
The tail is often held upright while defending territory or searching for food.
"The Acushnet Cemetery is an extension of the old colonial burying ground established in the reign of Queen Anne in 1711. The Acushnet Cemetery was incorporated and renamed in approximately 1881 as The Acushnet Cemetery Corporation. It is located in the village area of the town of Acushnet, however, we have no affiliation with the town.
The setting of the Acushnet Cemetery is rural in character and covers approximately twenty-three (23) acres. The operation of the cemetery is overseen by a Board of Trustees which is comprised of nine members."
new enhanced version of an old image, trying out Topaz star effects to enhance the brighter stars, some more noise control among other edits.
i woke up early to try to get a timelapse of the sunrise, but got fog instead. a bit of a waste of the view from a yurt on top of a mountain, but damn, fog is cool, sometimes.