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N 52 B 2.4K C 79 E Sep 22, 2010 F Sep 22, 2010
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Happy Waterfall Wednesday!
The uniqueness of Liffey Falls lie in it's layers, which can't all be captured as they continue for a good half hour's walk along the river. I was trying to capture this layered quality here.

Nikkon D700, Nikkor 17-35mm @ 17mm,
2 s @ f/9, ISO 100
Hoya CPL
Singh Ray 2 stop soft GND.
View On Black

Tags:   rocks waterfall tasmania liffeyfalls

N 2.4K B 62.8K C 151 E Feb 17, 2017 F Mar 26, 2017
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The oft-photographed, ever-impressive Mt. Olstind. She was coated in snow by the end of the week, but I rather liked the steely face against the blue.

Tags:   Lofoten long exposure LE mountain winter snow Norway Lofoten Islands Reine weather

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This may be my last image post for a while, as I will be taking care of some important business next month.

After capturing my “Tide Pools Sunset” shot, I literally ran over to this spot and attempted to shoot another composition featuring the colorful sunset. In theory, that was a good idea; however in this case the negative tide resulted in a far less interesting scene. Wanting so badly to get the shot, I decided to shoot the sunset, and then hang out until sunrise when the tide was forecast to be higher. The waves overwhelmed my position during the night, forcing me to retreat, but I was able to mark the exact location of my tripod legs, allowing me to photograph this foreground at sunrise. The two shots were blended together during post-processing.

Website: www.davidshieldphotography.com/

Tags:   la jolla san diego california landscape seascape rocks ledges ocean water long exposure sky clouds sunset sunrise light color nikon coast

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Sunset Portal and Ladder Rock

This arch and rock has been referred to by many names; however according to early maps this was originally identified as Hollow Rock, located on Cameo Shores. It is documented that this ocean feature was first officially named Ladder Rock after Captain Sheffield, manager of the Corona del Mar bathhouse, who had secured a ladder to the shore side of the rock.

Tags:   corona del mar newport beach little corona beach cameo shores ladder rock california coast ocean arch portal clouds sky sunset landscape seascape color light nikon

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Palisade Park, Spokane, Washington.

Tags:   spokane washington waterfall palisade park chief garry ghost spring


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