The only thing done to it, is I’ve removed a tiny ship in the background, and boosted saturation a tiny bit.. That sunset was beyond amazing! It will stay forever in my memory, I have another pic from the same evening of the pier
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THAT is really cool! I grew up very near Ammersee! Glad to see it’s getting some attention :). Awesome picture and awesome location.
This picture makes me feel so at peace and a little sleepy even, it looks like a wonderful dream. If I was that person I don’t know how I would stop myself from just letting go and falling in… [l’appel du vide…](http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m07a8tJXDK1qgszzso1_500.gif) but in
My parents, my sister and me have gone to Montana every 4 years since 2003 for our summer vacation (started out as a grad-present to me) , and in 2010 for a Christmas vacation. We’re from Ohio, which is by no means ugly, and
Oh yes.. that would be the perfect beginning of a sci-fi on a newly inhabited but arid planet. I like it! I can even envision the golf thing too (totally not nerdy.. used to golf as a kid, I think because my Dad was
That is a beautiful picture! Sometimes it really is almost, if not impossible to tell the difference b/w locations (unless you count palm trees lol). Close! I do have a couple of shots from around Presque Isle (Erie) and Barcelona, PA. If I find
Why when you were a kid? You can appreciate it just as much in your seniority as you could have as a child.
Thanks! And nice, really subtle edit if you’re using it for your desktop you might as well make it look like you want it to!
Yes, I got that feeling when I was there just on vacation…I will probably live abroad for a few years, but if/more like when I come back, charleston is on the top of my list. Even earlier if possible…I’m in communications/PR/digital media work so
North Dakota storms are fantastic because you see them for a few hundred miles away, especially if you’re in the Red River Valley. Makes great for storm chasing! Awesome pic!
An old beat up Kodak Z990 that I have had for years. I bring it kayaking since I wouldn’t be too upset if I end up dunking it or losing it in the water. For some reason it takes really nice outdoor shots when
Weather modification was outlawed in the Geneva convention. For obvious reasons. But its still legal for your government to modify its own weather.
nope this is huntington avenue, looks like its right where it crosses ruggles ave. that tall orange building on the left is a MassArt dorm and the building on the corner on the right is a Wentworth dorm.
Deskflyer posts the photographic data and the camera spec comes from [here](http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/sseop/metadata/camera.htm). The lens is about 400mm and the sensor is a bit smaller than full-frame: 27.6mm (3060px) x 18.5mm (2036px). This would give the equivalent of a bit more than 500mm on a
It goes over the Adirondacks. i.e. the mountains on the other side of the lake. If you live in BVT, Note the density of the color gradient toward the south side of the adirondacks. Thats from NYC and Syracuse. Source: Masters in Environmental Science
Only the people with window seats on one side of the plane. Everyone else just saw the back of the heads covering the windows facing the sun.
If you ever have the chance to bike down it, do it! We got up 4am with our hotel and they took us to the top for the sunrise and biked down. It was so pretty!
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Thank you! This was taken near my hometown, I’m currently living in Chicago so I don’t get to see this view that often. Not sure where you are located, but you can try looking at this website to figure out where the nearest dark
I just look up Giants Ridge and I can confirm that it certainly looks like it could be… But OP is likely in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan based off a previous post.
I understand your point, I really do, but as a photographer and as someone who has visited Yosemite numerous times, this photo bothers me. I’ve seen many glorious sunsets and sunrises, in Yosemite and elsewhere, but none have looked like molten lava in the
The story this photo tells is so interesting. The lightening is so menacing how it brightens up the canyon with something so powerful – while the building in the foreground is hauntingly dark and shadowy. The range of color you were able to capture
That I don’t know. The picture was taken at sunset, so its either from the colors at sunset or it was a camera malfunction.
People want to see this kind of stuff daily, head to Oklahoma and the rest of tornado alley, shit gets crazy out there.http://arts.ok.gov/p/capitol_collection/paintings/hurley/storm.jpg http://www.stormeyes.org/tornado/digitals/080330k.jpg http://community.spiceworks.com/images/groups/0000/0649/lighting-and-tornado-storm-wallpaper.jpg I see this stuff almost daily.