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The view from the top of the Campsie Fells looking NW towards the Trossachs.
On the day in question, the South side of the Fells was foggy and dreich; the North side was foggy and frosty; the top, however, was frosty but ablaze with sunshine in a largely cloudless blue sky .. magical!
This was the view from our camp! The pool was very cold unfortunately
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This view in Yosemite National Park has been shot about a zillion times, but I never get tired of it. With the sunlight angles changing daily and with varying skies, it never seems to be the same twice.
This is the late Fall view, with the sun in position to shine primarily on El Capitan as it sets. In the Summer, El Capitan falls into shade before Cathedral Rocks on the right.
Update February 2015: I'e replaced the original edit with a larger image created using Adobe Lightroom 5 and Photomatix 5 (HDR).
View over the sea half-way up Paritutu Rock near New Plymouth in New Zealand
Took this view in the early morning so the Ocean City, Maryland boardwalk was empty of any traffic. Back when I took this in 2013 I was only thinking about getting this shot done quickly and then heading down to the beach for sunrise. So I captured at f/5 and 6 seconds before heading onto the sand.
Had I really thought about this I would have done better shooting at f/16 or smaller aperture at ISO 400 for 15 seconds or so ... would have had nicer light stars.
If all goes as planned, will be returning here soon for a couple days, so might get the chance to do this view and capture over again.
Any other thoughts or ideas for composition here is appreciated.
a stormy view from the Grandview Point in Canyonlands National Park
The Tunnel View scenic overlook is a historic site located adjacent to Wawona Road. This overlook affords expansive views of Yosemite Valley, El Capitan, Bridalveil Falls, and Half Dome that have captured the awe of visitors for nearly 75 years. The overlook was constructed in 1932 during an era that heralded a boom in design and development throughout the National Park Service, and helped initiate the National Park Service “rustic design style.” Wawona Tunnel and Tunnel View were determined eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986 because of their exemplary design. Very little physical change has occurred to Tunnel View’s physical features (including rockwork, circulation patterns, and configuration) since it was built in 1933. The site remains one of the most popular scenic overlooks in Yosemite National Park. Tour buses, tram tours, and single-family vehicles bring an estimated five to seven thousand people to the site per day during the height of the tourist season.
The Tunnel View is probably Yosemite's most famous vista. Lots of famous landmarks are visible here, including, from left to right, El Capitan, Clouds Rest, Half Dome, Sentinel Rock, Sentinel Dome, Bridalveil Fall, and a tree.
If you enter Yosemite Valley via Highway 41, this will be one of your first glimpses of Yosemite Valley; you'll see this immediately upon exiting the eponymous tunnel just uphill from the viewpoint. If you entered Yosemite Valley via another route, follow the signs to Bridalveil Fall (or Highway 41), but continue uphill past the falls to this spot.
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Wish it looked like this sometimes, lol.
Have a great Sunday everyone!!
taken from a bridge over a406 in Edmonton London. the moon is in view with cloud cover.
We were luck enough to get some nice weather yesterday, decided to make the most of it and go for a walk in the Peak District, naturally I brought my camera and tripod.. The weather had just started to close in when I took this one.
Two shot HDR pano, stitched with photoshop..
London from above tower bridge.
An abandoned homestead with a territorial view above Nine Mile Road.
A view towards Buachaille Etive Mor, "the great herdsman of Etive", a mountain at the head of Glen Etive, which also marks the entrance to Glen Coe, in the Scottish Highlands.
point of view on seascape, Gulf of Juan les Pins, French Riviera
View in B l a c k M a g i c -------------------------- View from mt. Sveinstindur to Langisjór, Fögrufjöll Skaftá and the glacier, Vatnajökull.
The low sun creating some highlights on the slopes above the Derwent Valley near Hathersage, viewed from Stanage Edge, Derbyshire.
In the morning we had nice sunny weather. This allowed Lichtenberg to have an undisturbed view of Lobenstein. The meadow in the foreground was littered with dandelion flowers.
View of Doha bay , Qatar
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This was taken from the Grand View in the Island in the Sky district in Canyonland National Park on a stromy morning. Made it back to car before the rains let loose.
The superb view across to Turville after leaving Summerhill Wood. This is another from the archives, taken in May this year.
Son and father enjoying the view at the pulpit rock, Norway.
Maybe one last shot from my trip to Point Cartwright, maybe not...lol
I had a great shoot down here at this spot & am sure to return.
The clear water between the rocks is my fave part of this shot. Hope you like it!!
Canon 50D & 10-22.
60sec@f14, ISO100 & Singh-Ray 3stop Rev GND.
A view from Buckstones towards 'Pule Hill' Marsden. West Yorkshire.
Views from Tsambika church, high above the east coast of Rhodes island, Greece. It's a 20 minute walk on concrete steps all the way to the top from the end of the narrow mountain road, the views are are worth the effort.
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View from Raven Crag.. it's not quite from the summit, it's a better view than the one from the new summit viewing platform.
South view from the deer stand in the previous photo.
On my son-in-law's family farm.