Flickr member Thomas Leuzinger shot this fantastic image of the Svanemølle Power Station in Copenhagen, Denmark with his Canon 6D.
Gary and I hiked south on the Appalachian Trail along Schaghticoke Ridge to just beyond Thayer Brook and we stopped at the big tulip tree with three trunks to pay our respects.
All the leaves are down now and this makes for interesting shots looking up at the bare branches. It also makes for difficult hiking through piles of leaves, hiding roots and rocks and all sorts of things to trip over. We had planned to hike the entire ridge but we were moving so slowly in the leaves we turned back about a third of the way down the ridge.
Bull’s Bridge, Connecticut.
Gary and I took a hike from Bull’s Bridge south to the New York border and back (8 miles). We crossed Ten Mile River and near the crossing there’s a small island that’s separated from the shore by a shallow piece of the river. This day it was shallow enough to walk across on rocks and shoot reflections of the trees on the island in the water. We spent a good bit of time there looking for reflections.
Note: This was originally posted on my old site on December 14, 2011. It’s a beautiful piece and worth zooming out full screen.
Lukas and Salome Augustin have made a beautiful portrait of Afghanistan.
Note that this was shot with Canon 5D Mark II and Canon 7D cameras and a variety of Canon lenses.
I’m posting this from the new WordPress application for Mac OS X to try it out. I doubt I’ll use it much, I’m a MarsEdit user and fan and have been for as long as it’s been around.
[via Mamen Saura]
My friend Gary is visiting for Thanksgiving and we spent the day in the house talking. He’s been urging me to try some double exposures with the Ricoh GR so this is two exposures with the GR II of the backs of one of our dining room chairs.
I’m hooked, I love it. More experimentation on the near horizon.
Flickr member Thorsten Prinz posted this fantastic high contrast image of a plane flying above some trees. This is a great use of silhouette to reduce an image to just black and white.
Flickr member rebecca strauss posted this fantastic image of splashing under a waterfall. One of the comments up on Flickr called it “wet fireworks” which I thought was fitting.
Flickr member Neil Munson has posted this fantastic image of an interior staircase at the Chicago Institute of Art, a place I visited over 20 years ago and loved.
My flickr contact lee jinwoo posted another fascinating reflection shot on the streets of Seoul, South Korea with his Ricoh GR.
This is an advertisement for Turkish Airlines done by Rob Whitworth with a variety of techniques including hyperlapse. It’s an amazing tour through Istanbul, Turkey.
I highly recommend zooming it out. Watch more than once to see new details including the stray cats.
I’ve posted Rob’s worth before here: Barcelona Go!.