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Updated 07-21-2010 at 07:40 PM by jdeg
Hi in just over 4 weeks I will be taking my holidays in sunny Spain or at least (I hope its sunny Spain)
And any advice on taking sunset or sunrise photos would be helpful
And let hope I have some photos to upload.
Updated 05-06-2013 at 04:38 PM by sam49
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This morning the city of San Diego brought down the South Bay Power plant to make way for a park in the lower bay estuaries. Although the shots of the power plant coming down are okay the thing that I found most fascinating was the power of the explosions. The shock wave coming off these explosions was tremendous, you could literally feel impact of
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Today is 12th January 2013 and I still have 62 days before I depart on my African adventure, as every day passes I am getting
Updated 02-08-2013 at 11:10 AM by muzza22au (LINKS ADDED)
Of late I have suffered the motivation to get out and take photos. I relate this due to the ever present heat (37deg C today) and the fact that I got into my mind that there was nothing to photograph in the "dry season". Honestly I could not be more wrong, all I need is motivation and a keen eye. Yes maybe I need to look harder for the wetlands
Updated 09-23-2012 at 12:16 PM by muzza22au
The colors are a changing here in Utah. Super excited for whats to come in color.
here is a start at something amazingly beautiful.
This was taken on 8/5/12 at my favorite spot in Butterfield Canyon.
This photo was taken on my way back down Big Cottonwood Canyon 9/1/12
Updated 10-01-2012 at 04:00 AM by Misti Adam
Cappadocia in Turkey is an incredible place. The rock formations, called fairy chimneys, were molded over thousands of years by volcanic activity followed by wind and water erosion. The soft rock was easy to carve and early Christians carved out the rock to live and pray in them. I got a chance to visit the region, and it did not disappoint. I would
found this little jewel of a place while working a little up north this week. . .seaside gardens, in carpinteria, ca. . .never been to a botanical garden before and i have to say theyre amazing. . .(at least this one was). . .enjoy. . . http:// for some reason
Updated 04-06-2012 at 06:36 AM by bluenoser
Sunrise on the first day of spring! This was taken looking east towards Santee/El Cajon from the top of Mission Trails.
D7k; 14-24mm F/2.8G; F4.5; ISO 100 @ 1/400 sec on the first shot and 1/2000 on the second.
The USS Midway Museum
D7k, 18-70mm F/3.5-4.5; f/20; ISO 720 @ 1/250 sec