Flickr member Alfonso De Gregorio took this excellent picture of a bamboo grove in the Eikando Zenrinji Temple, Kyoto, Japan with his Ricoh GR.
Flickr member Alfonso De Gregorio took this great picture of a large, gnarly tree canopy in a park in Kyoto, Japan with his Ricoh GR.
The trunk and branches look like oak but the leaves (on zooming in up on Flickr) look more like maple.
My flickr contact Erik posted this fantastic reflection off what looks like a truck or bus taken with this Ricoh GR.
Note that in order to take this image, Philipp had to make this hike which is serious. He took the image with his Ricoh GR, a nice, light camera perfect for a hike like this.
Flickr member Ryan Senn posted this terrific picture of ice taken with his Ricoh GR.
This is the first ice image I’ve seen on Flickr this year. Nice one too.
My flickr contact lee jinwoo took this terrific reflection in South Korea with his Ricoh GR.
This one’s really a masterpiece.
Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut.
Tom and I hiked south along the Appalachian Trail next to the Housatonic River after voting. We saw a very mature (and large) American bald eagle less than 50′ away on a sycamore tree branch. It was exciting and while it would have been fun to attempt to photograph it, we just stood there in awe, admiring this incredible animal.
We’re in a drought here the northeast and the Housatonic River is moving very slowly. The slowness of the river is allowing foam to gather along the banks in interesting ways as it interacts with branches and rocks. I spent a good amount of time photographing this particular foam pattern; it was changing right before my eyes and how it interacted with the rock at the top of the frame was fascinating.
I would have posted this yesterday but I’ve been extremely shocked, embarrassed, and ultimately depressed about the US. election. I’m very sorry for what my country has done.
My flickr contact Darek Meyer took this great urban overview image in Tokyo, Japan with his Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact Isabelle Wolter shot this in Paris, France with her Ricoh GR.
The idea of shooting an interior with a big window and the space outside as a background is a great one. Tough exposure to get right and it’s great that Isabelle was willing to silhouette the staircase and escalator railing.
My flickr contact Glyn Brownson posted this terrific interior of a staircase leading down to the London Underground taken with his Ricoh GR.