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Nice 15m falls from Loch na Gainmhich near Unapool in Sutherland.
Wailing Widow Falls, Loch na Gainmhich, Assynt
I had a wee wander in to the Wailing Widow yesterday - well it would have been rude not to as we were passing. I've not seen the water level as low, but that made it far easier to get where I wanted ( yup, right in at the bottom...) without either getting me or the camera drowned. (Despite the way it looks, this is the colour version, its just very black n white in there)
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1993: C Class Duo C510 & C502 race under the Western Highway (A8) at the Wail Overpass with train #9169 as shadows lengthen and the sunlight rapidly fades on February 2, 1993 Note the steel loading under the tarpaulins at the front of the train consist. (93.021.22)
Possibly my favourite waterfall, it has everything: height (about 100 feet), a proper drop, and is at the head of a dramatic and colourful rock gorge.
Near Kylesku, Sutherland. One of my other postings of this fall is in black and white.
A wailing baby Verreaux's Eagle owl whose begging was relentless. Every now and then it would motion meaningfully toward the ground (that's where the mice are, right?) and then look at its placid mother.
I had a wee wander in to the Wailing Widow yesterday - well it would have been rude not to as we were passing. I've not seen the water level as low, but that made it far easier to get where I wanted ( yup, right in at the bottom...) without either getting me or the camera drowned.
This photograph was taken way back in 2011. During that year Yosemite had record snow pack and recorded highest waterfalls in many years. I was lucky to be there at that time. I didn't have any ND filter so I just waited for the right time to engage the slow shutter speed. What I didn't realize that the photo I captured had an eerie effect of the presence of a wailing witch overlooking the fall. Luckily I captured in Raw format but not with full frame CMOS.
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Another shot of this fantastic waterfall. Much closer in than the last one, trying to capture the dark atmosphere of the gorge it falls into.
Another from the base of the Wailing Widow, this one did require the wellies, although with the water level so low it might have been possible to get where I was with dry feet.
So this a real gem of a location in my opinion. It's simply one of the best waterfalls I've seen. As I find with most waterfalls the camera reduces impression of height . I bracketed this one and focus stacked some of the images to get some sharpness in the foreground. Despite falling on my backside which resulted in a great bruise it was well worth it to capture this one!
Two more from my wander into the Wailing Widow Falls last week. This really is a hidden gem of a waterfall, and it has been different every time I have been in to it. This time the water level was really low, so it was easy to get to the base of the falls, I probably could have done it without the wellies, but they made it drier to get some of my other shots from the middle of the burn. As a wee bonus there wasn't much spray to mist up the lens right in at the base of the falls either, so I didn't wreck shots with water splats. Both images are multi-shot panos stitched in Lightroom
A high iso shot of last nights activity of the northern lights.
Aparently this year will have the highest levels of activity in 50 years. So grab your gear if you can and find some nice places to bunker down.
Great place to get an idea of what to expect.
Another from my wander in to the Wailing Widow, A wee bit longer view, and no wellies required for this - even if it did involve balancing on a very wobbly rock...
what is left of King Herod's Temple. Here people go to pray, men and women seperately. Some write down their innermost
on paper and put it in cracks in the ancient temple wall.
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This was another shoot for Media Five who have really been hooking me up with some great people lately. This band, Wailing Waters, actually went to the same high school as me. Their singer, Tyler Grady, ended up making it to the top 25 in last seasons American Idol and the band has since enjoyed some real success. We shot here at the Roxy Theatre in Northampton and one of the members of the shoot joked how funny it would be if we could get some police cars to drive by to get some streaks in the background. Like clockwork, a full fledged parade of firetrucks, ambulances, and police cars turns the corner and we ended up getting front row seats with no previous knowledge of it. No one even skipped a beat, we just kept shooting as these trucks passed behind us like nothing was going on. It was probably one of the weirdest things to happen during a shoot, but as you can see, yielded some amazing results.
AB800 w/ softbox above camera
Triggered with Cybersyncs
Toledo, outer walls of the Catholic Cathedral of the city.
Find at this page a few notes I wrote in an outraged outburst while inside this church, just moments before taking this shot (sorry, Italian only, read here a poor Google translation).
This little girl saw me and began to cry. I have another photo but she has no bottom and I don't want to have her here exposed. So as I passed by the second time she took a look at me and began to wail. I guess with India history of white folks. It going to happen. ( It's not the usual reaction I get but I guess not everyone is going to love me).
Wailing Trees c’est 7 musiciens issus d’horizons musicaux différents qui se rencontrent à Vienne. Ils nous montrent que leur différence est une force fédératrice et c’est à travers le reggae qu’ils ont choisi de l’exprimer ! Le résultat ? Un cocktail explosif de bonne humeur, d’énergie détonante et de message humaniste à voir en live ou à écouter partout !
Nominé aux « Victoire du Reggae » en France dans la catégorie « Artiste révélation 2014 » puis vainqueur du «Rototom European Reggae Contest 2014 » Wailing Trees ne cesse de monter en puissance depuis la sortie de son 1er EP « Selon ma nature » en octobre 2012 puis de son 1er album "The world go round" en 2015.