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N 47 B 1.6K C 4 E Dec 22, 2018 F Apr 25, 2019
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www.JoshuaJohnstonPhotography.com
www.instagram.com/joshuaj00/

Tags:   mount hood winter Snow Oregon pacific northwest pnw Joshua Johnston Sony A7iii Vario-Tessar T* FE 24-70 mm F4 ZA OSS Sunrise landscape photography

N 67 B 956 C 8 E Apr 13, 2019 F Apr 16, 2019
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I have a strange liking for lupine fields. They are by far some of the most photogenic flowers for landscape photography in my opinion. Conditions this year have been so good that the lupines have taken over the entire coastal rolling hills in Socal.

What you don't see here is the mosquitoes and countless hungry πŸ› πŸ› I was surrounded by πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

www.instagram.com/p/BwTK9SpnGr7/

#springishere #superbloom2019 #socalcolors #lupinelove #hdr #sunsetcolors #photostack #westcoastphotographers

Tags:   malibu SoCal superbloom sunset lupine flowers springseason westcoast photographers desert desert southwest southwest rolling rattlesnakes exploration wideangle canon eosr travel purple backlit golden hour colorful

N 28 B 434 C 10 E Apr 16, 2019 F Apr 16, 2019
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Never thought that I would be able to photograph a beautiful Northern Hawk-owl anytime soon - let alone in the golden light and against a red/pink background.

NIKON D850 & Nikon 600mm f/4G VR
600mm, f/4.5, 1/640sec, ISO4000, exposure bias -0.7

N 82 B 1.8K C 13 E Jan 19, 2019 F Apr 6, 2019
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Hi all, apologies for the absence, it's just a busy time of year it seems. Not my average photograph, but trying to get my eyes to 'see' more. Just some patterns in the sand I liked from my trip to Capers Island, South Carolina back in January. Have a great weekend everyone!

Tags:   sand abstract discoversc beach melting South Carolina

N 74 B 1.2K C 27 E Mar 29, 2019 F Apr 1, 2019
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Waterfalls are acoustic. Some roar, some sing, and a few weep. Every waterfall I know expresses themself using airwaves. Therefore, my ritual of visiting them is to set aside some listening time to hear what they have to say. An exception happened the other day when I met McWay in Big Sur. The exception was not with my ritual, but how the tidefall conveyed itself. She let the ocean speak instead. No matter how hard I tried, all I heard was the ocean’s grumblings. McWay – like Time – kept flowing and had nothing audible to say. And like Time, her mute beauty too is eternal.

Talking about Time, how it flows! My beloved little wing-man turns nine soon. As he grows, he gives me reasons and excuses to grow with him as his everyday ally at home and in our travels together. Times I share with him remind me of times I have shared with my dad. Woods, rain, chirping birds, blooming flowers, moonrises, sunsets, stars, Milky-way… life flows on like beautiful waterfalls. It is a true privilege to pass on these endowments from dad to my son unadulterated and smeared with love.

To Rishabh, I say: Thank you for being such a kind and sensitive human being. Like McWay, we must keep flowing, whether our voices are audible or not. Time changes everything, yet it can’t touch a few songs deep within. Yes Rishabh, just as nine years ago, it’s still the same – you are why I am.

Tags:   McWay McWayFalls BigSur JuliaPfeifferBurnsStatePark CentralCaliforniaCoast Carmel PacificOcean Sunset Ramen Saha Waterfall California


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