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I had heard that the light house at Ardnamuchan point was the most westerly point in Scotland so that was where I concentrated my efforts. This shot was a chance encounter. I noticed when I was driving back this patch of well manicured grass.So I stopped and walked up to the top of the grass and this is what i saw.

Disclaimer: The photo albums in this Flickr account are not intended to be collections of my best hand-picked images. Such images are included but the vast majority of images, 4800 and counting, commingled amongst the few gallery-worthy images, are snapshots, bad shots and missed shots (the bad shots containing some element of the composition that strikes my fancy despite its flaws thus saving it from the Recycle Bin and the missed shots being those photos where the exposure and/or DoF were not completely appropriate). There is trip documentation and there are pure experiments (including multiple treatments of the same scene such as different angles, different post processing, different times of day, sunrise/sunset progressions, zoom progressions, etc.). This account is basically a secondary backup location with convenient captioning, titling & EXIF capabilities.

Disclaimer: The photo albums in this Flickr account are not intended to be collections of my best hand-picked images. Such images are included but the vast majority of images, 4800 and counting, commingled amongst the few gallery-worthy images, are snapshots, bad shots and missed shots (the bad shots containing some element of the composition that strikes my fancy despite its flaws thus saving it from the Recycle Bin and the missed shots being those photos where the exposure and/or DoF were not completely appropriate). There is trip documentation and there are pure experiments (including multiple treatments of the same scene such as different angles, different post processing, different times of day, sunrise/sunset progressions, zoom progressions, etc.). This account is basically a secondary backup location with convenient captioning, titling & EXIF capabilities.

Disclaimer: The photo albums in this Flickr account are not intended to be collections of my best hand-picked images. Such images are included but the vast majority of images, 4800 and counting, commingled amongst the few gallery-worthy images, are snapshots, bad shots and missed shots (the bad shots containing some element of the composition that strikes my fancy despite its flaws thus saving it from the Recycle Bin and the missed shots being those photos where the exposure and/or DoF were not completely appropriate). There is trip documentation and there are pure experiments (including multiple treatments of the same scene such as different angles, different post processing, different times of day, sunrise/sunset progressions, zoom progressions, etc.). This account is basically a secondary backup location with convenient captioning, titling & EXIF capabilities.

Unit 308 1561 Vidal Street, White Rock by Jayson Sidhu

Unit 308 1561 Vidal Street, White Rock by Jayson Sidhu

Back to landscapes after my recent documentary exhibition. This is one of a series of images taken in Canyon De Chelly and Monument Valley.

 

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Canyon de Chelly, Arizona,USA

Canyon de Chelly, Arizona,USA

Unit 308 1561 Vidal Street, White Rock by Jayson Sidhu

Unit 308 1561 Vidal Street, White Rock by Jayson Sidhu

Unit 308 1561 Vidal Street, White Rock by Jayson Sidhu

The Nubble Lighthouse at York Beach, Miane as a Spring rainstorm approaches. The present keeper's house and cast iron tower lined with brick were both built on the island when the station was established in 1879. The breezeway between the two buildings was later constructed so the keeper could safely attend to the light without going out in bad weather.

The Voyager spacecraft, which carries photographs of Earth’s most prominent man made structures and natural features should it fall into the hands of intelligent extraterrestrials, includes a photo of Nubble Light!

Here's a link to a companion shot of the shoreline and storms: www.flickr.com/photos/sunnydazzled/7454814294/

It was a good thing that Mike was swinging by my house otherwise when I got up at 5:15 and saw snow I probably would have headed back to bed. We took my car, which was probably not the best choice – although I must say we didn’t hit the guardrail that hard.

 

We took some photos while his dog ran around chasing pine cones. Eventually it stopped snowing and I found this composition. When I realized the water seemed to have more color from higher up I climbed onto a snow covered rock, which promptly turned into an ice covered rock. Mike was pretty sure I was going to fall so he took a photo. He also got a nice pano.

 

This was taken a couple weeks ago and lately it's been pretty dry...however more snow is supposed to be on the way.

  

With Ramsey Island in the background...l want to live there,other than the White House you can see in the distance,l think there's only one other house and that looked deserted.

If you look carefully more or less in the centre of the shot in the water, you can just make out 3 Seals basking...we also watched a pod of Dolphins passing through the Sound.

948 Lee Street, White Rock by Raj Brar

948 Lee Street, White Rock by Raj Brar

From Lingmoor Fell, Langdale.

948 Lee Street, White Rock by Raj Brar

1058 Balsam Street, White Rock by Rempy Shokar

Unit 308 1561 Vidal Street, White Rock by Jayson Sidhu

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Overlooking the Pacific Ocean along the Oregon Coast last Sunday morning while it was snowing at my house up North of Porltand.....

  

Camera:Nikon D300

Exposure:20

Aperture:f/14.0

Focal Length:11 mm

Exposure:+0.50

ISO Speed:100

   

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Unit 308 1561 Vidal Street, White Rock by Jayson Sidhu

1058 Balsam Street, White Rock by Rempy Shokar

948 Lee Street, White Rock by Raj Brar

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Manarola is the second of the five hamlets found in Cinque Terre, a collection of tiny fishing villages perched along the Ligurian Coast. The tiny harbor at Manarola features a boat ramp, picturesque buildings tripping down the ravine and the town's swimming hole. Although there is no real beach here, it has some of the best deep-water swimming around.

 

Perched on a steep cape of dark rock, with its small port enclosed by two rocky boulders, a village of ancient origins found by the inhabitants of the (probably Roman) Volastra settlement. Manarola, like the other Cinque Terre villages, is known for its tower-houses; the layout of the village develops around the subsurface course of the Groppo stream which marks out its main axis. From the sunken stream a series of narrow stone-paved streets lead off towards houses and vegetable gardens on both sides of the cape. Parallel to the main axis runs the Via di Mezzo (Middle Street) that used to be a particularly important byway before the stream was covered over. Above the houses there lies an interesting square in which all the religious buildings are located. Another peculiarity of Manarola is a pyramid in white cement whose peak can be seen rising between the taller houses and is used as a navigational reference point for all those at sea.

 

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A bit of sun touches the stones at Nubble Lighthouse, York Beach, Maine, just before a storm. You can see the little white bucket hanging by the power line that they once used to slide supplies on a line over to the island for the lighthouse keepers family.

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View of White Rocks Beach and Royal Portrush Golf Club from The Royal Court Hotel. Taken using LEE filters landscape polariser and 1.2 very hard grad filter.

Located on the Colorado Plateau in northern Arizona, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument includes the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness. The Monument borders Kaibab National Forest to the west and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area to the east.

 

This remote and unspoiled, 280,000-acre Monument is a geologic treasure, containing a variety of diverse landscapes from the Paria Plateau, Vermilion Cliffs, Coyote Buttes, and Paria Canyon. Elevations range from 3,100 to 7,100 feet

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There are no paved roads within the Monument. While the House Rock Valley Road/BLM 1065 is a maintained dirt road it may be impassable when wet. Other roads on the Monument require a four-wheel drive-high clearance vehicle due to deep sand. A permit is required for hiking in Coyote Buttes North (the Wave), Coyote Buttes South, and for overnight trips within Paria Canyon. Visits to the area require special planning and awareness of potential hazards such as rugged and unmarked roads, venomous reptiles and invertebrates, extreme heat, deep sand, and flash floods. Carry a spare tire and plenty of water, food, and gasoline.

  

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Coruña, claro. Azul del cielo y del mar, blanco de las nubes, de la espuma de las olas, de las galerías... (ya sé que alguno está pensando en el Deportivo, pues también!).

 

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Nature's natural grad line!!!

 

What you see here is the Earth's shadow as the sun begins to rise in the Eastern sky. I know the light is a little harsh on the rocks but I felt it was natural as it was pretty bright out there.....

 

Things are gonna get a little crazy around my house for the next week or so. Comments and posts may be infrequent but I will do my best to keep up....

I will still be able to answer emails and take orders.

  

I think it was about 21 degrees this morning when I shot this.

 

Camera:Nikon D300

Exposure:1.3

Aperture:f/14.0

Focal Length:15 mm

Exposure:0.00

ISO Speed:100

 

This has always been my favourite house at Peggy's Cove, I think it quite possibly has the very best views of the whole harbour. When photographing it in the past I have always tended to include other foreground elements, but this time I opted for the less is more approach. (Seagulls Optional!) One of my flickr contacts mentioned recently it was up for sale at a cool $329,000. I believe it still is, and it's just a cute inside as out. Great for a holiday let, but I sure wouldn't want to live in it come Winter!

 

Beautiful scenery of Norway Geiranger Fjord

Pans Rocks, the sky was that dark and about 5 minutes latter the hail came, driven by a 35mph wind !!!

 

Go eastwards through Ballycastle and take the A2 out of the town. Half a mile or so along that road, turn left just after the ruins of Bonemargy Friary and take the B road towards Corrymeela. About a mile along there, before the houses on your left, you will see the long wooden bridge at the "Salt Pans". Now it's a pleasant walk along the sand to your viewing rock which is beyond the bridge.

I took this one late in October 2012 late in the afternoon at Rye Ocean Beach. The water and lichen affected rocks were bathed in the warm glow of the late afternoon sun (obviously i'm facing East here). In the distance near the head of the main-land we can see the light house at Cape Schanck. That would also be the southern-most tip of the Mornington Peninsula.

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Spring brings us flowers from the cherry tree, and it always makes a nice picture if I can entice a bird (this female House Finch) to perch there.

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