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Crummock Water is a lake in the Lake District in Cumbria, North West England situated between Buttermere to the south and Loweswater to the north. Crummock Water is 2.5 miles long, 0.75 mile wide and 140 feet deep.
Getting down on the wet and slippery rocks of Pemaquid, Maine :))
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Obviously there are no water lilies in this shot. I'm calling it this because of Monet's famous attempt to capture the water lilies in his garden after his eyesight started to go. My eyesight isn't going (yet), but I have come back to this bridge many, many times to capture it in just the right way. I'm often satisfied with the shot, but I always feel like there's something missing. This shot was a bit different. First of all, I was on the opposite side of the bridge (from where I normally shoot it). Secondly, I intentionally overexposed for effect. This is a 4 minute exposure with an 11 stop ND filter. I really wanted to get a "pastel" look to the shot, and have a very bright, high-key horizon. The colors at the time were just exceptional. This is the first time shooting the bridge with my Nikon and the excellent (should I say awesome) 18-35 G lens. I love this lens because it takes my 77mm filters. Both of my ultrawides before didn't take filters. Yes, 18mm isn't as wide as 14mm, but it's plenty wide on a full-frame camera. Anyhow, I was pleased with this result. 4 minute 3 second exposure, ISO 50, f/10, 22mm, Nikon d750.
Early Fall reflections on the Wisconsin River near Tomahawk, WI along US Hwy 51/39.
This was another case of spotting something from the road and diving off into conveniently located car park to have a look. I'd already been warned to stay alert when traversing roads on foot. I'd heard a couple of stories of photographers being hit by vehicles whilst not paying attention to the traffic. Not good.
This was a small but fast flowing, vibrant stretch of river. The neutral density filter I used really helped to show off its speed. I can't even remember exactly where it was, somewhere on the Southern perimeter road to Hofn, but I'm glad we stopped. As was normally the case it's easy for the day to run away with itself when you have 24 hour daylight. One minute its 3.00pm in the afternoon. Next time you look at your watch it's like 10.00pm and you're supposed to be booking into a hotel miles away. We liked 24 hour daylight!
RAW shot with a fair amount of post processing in adobe camera raw and photoshop. Shot using a tripod mounted Fuji X-T2 & XF10-24 F4 @ 10mm and a 6 stop ND, aperture f5.6, exposure 0.9 sec second, ISO 200.
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Exposure: 0.01 sec (1/100) ◘ Aperture: f/3.3 ◘ Focal Length: 127mm ◘ ISO Speed: 80
Photoshop: Curves, shadows, vignetting
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Gullfoss is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland. The wide Hvítá rushes southward, and about a kilometre above the falls it turns sharply to the right and flows down into a wide curved three-step "staircase" and then abruptly plunges in two stages (11 metres or 36 feet, and 21 metres or 69 feet) into a crevice 32 metres (105 ft) deep. The crevice, about 20 metres (66 ft) wide and 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) in length, extends perpendicular to the flow of the river. [Wikipedia]
Beautiful Waters on a Lovely Day
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Golden waters still
Autumn leaves fading away
Glimpse of Mallard ducks
Location Mallard Pike Lake , Forest of Dean , Gloucester .
So... I decided to take a trip up to Wasdale earlier today.
This is my favourite spot of all the Lake District. The views here are simply stunning...
Much needed time to reflect... Clear my mind and get things into perspective.
Not quite the shot I was hoping for, I was trying the get a perfect reflection, but there was still ice on the reservoir
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Puddle of water
On the floor of the forest
Swamp plants and light rays