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Earlier in the evening from the previous upload...this rock and the rising tide looked to me to be locked in a beautiful dance, which in a way, playing with exposures, I shared.
I realise that I have hardly posted any images of Gullfoss from our last trip. Partly because the conditions while we were there were awful and so everything turned out grey. As was usual though, the spray was being flung high in the air which made very long exposures difficult. In the gloomy twilight at about 10pm though, it certainly was a surreal feeling to be there photographing this light.
Video of Iceland trip here:
( I have a lot more footage and might make another lol)
Getting down on the wet and slippery rocks of Pemaquid, Maine :))
(HTWMAMFF) Happy This Wave Made A Momentary Fence Friday ;)
From the couple of times we went to Point Cartwright, this has been my favourite shot.
I had a good day of shooting recently on the coast of Fife near Elie. Well, good up to a point.
I particularly like shooting Lady’s Tower as a subject but there is also the lighthouse and quite a lot of nice beaches and rock formations. This is obviously a photograph of some of those rocks and the wash of what was quite a strong swell.
If you follow my stream you may have read about the tsunami that soaked me and my kit that day and this shot was about half an hour after that washout. I’d rung myself out, my kit was wiped down and continued to work perfectly but I can’t say the operator was still in the best of conditions. Saying that, you can’t just give up because of a bit of water. You need to show some perseverance in this game if you going to get that winning shot.
The complete waterfall (called Sjávarfoss, in Hvalfjörður - Iceland) is very beautiful by itself, and it even has a U shape, which you actually realize only when you get close to it.
This stone however, kept calling my attention. It was standing there by itself in perpetual shower - so I thought of devoting a closer frame just to it. All that water around it acts as a reflector on the green moss, and the wet rock. It was shot late at dusk.
Exif: ISO 100 ; f/5.6 ; 6 sec ; @55mm
It's been a gorgeous morning in Dublin with bright sunshine so I went back to the Bushy Park woodland to photograph one of the small waterfalls. I used a neutral density filter to get a nice long exposure - 30 seconds at f22, ISO 50.
Tender moment at Derwent Water pier on a lovely sunny day. Cumbria
This is one of my first photos with my new Nikon D800.
Taken in San Juan de Gaztelugatxe (Vizcaya) with the famous rock formation known as the Cathedral of the Sea in the background.
Hitech ND 3 stops + Hitech reverse GND 2 stops.
ich wünsche euch einen schönen Mittwoch.Die halbe Woche ist schon vorbei :-)
I wish you a great Wednesday. Half of the week is over :-)
Lake Mulwala at dawn from the Mulwala (NSW) side. GPS is approximate
beautiful blue waterfall / Iceland
Nikon D810 with 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF-S NIKKOR
Lucroit Filter System
Shot at Sagelva Open Air Museum, Bjorli, Norway documenting traditional, local use of hydropower.
The lower flow here makes the scene all that more pretty and accessible too ;))
Too much flow and it would be very dangerous in this location. Need to remember to not risk your life for a capture!
Taken at the point Mill Beck enters Crummock Water during another peacefull evening.
ISO 100; f/22; 2.5s; 17mm; Lee soft NDgrad:
SMC Pentax-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL WR
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I done this picture in the Rhodope Mountains - Bulgaria