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N 618 B 11.2K C 48 E Jan 23, 2017 F Feb 21, 2017
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Lake Oberon
Tasmania

Big thanks to Francois Fourie who took the image of me in this scene atop the rock (ffourie.com). The rest of the image is a pano of vertical frames blended for sunstar and flare reduction.

Tags:   Lake Oberon Southwest National Park Wilderness australia hike hiking tasmania trekking western arthurs

N 516 B 13.4K C 26 E Feb 1, 2017 F Feb 3, 2017
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Diese Woche bäumte sich der Winter nochmal für kurze Zeit auf bevor es am Wochenende deutliche Plus-Grade geben soll. Glücklicherweise gab es dann am Mittwoch auch noch Sonne am Abend dazu und voller Begeisterung konnte ich feststellen...auch Wolken! Dadurch wurde das Licht so schön sanft und golden - dass man meinen könnte man ist in einer Märchenwelt. Die Farben des Himmels waren wirklich so gold-gelb - da habe ich nicht nachgeholfen ;).

Tags:   Schnee Papststein Sächsische Schweiz Elbsandsteingebirge Winter Sonne Sonnenuntergang Gohrisch Licht Landschaft Snow Sunset Light Clouds Fairytale Märchen Wald Forest Dream Traum Landscape Sony a6500 Saxon Switzerland

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Tags:   Engadin Samedan Pontresina Rosegtal Val Roseg

N 1.2K B 77.1K C 91 E Sep 21, 2016 F Feb 21, 2017
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Tags:   Sonnenblume sun Sonne Sonnenuntergang Gegenlicht Gelb Farbe color warm Sommer summer schön beauty

N 78 B 1.0K C 15 E Dec 9, 2016 F Feb 21, 2017
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After a tough first day at the 61g ocean entry lava flow, Aaron, Zach, and I hoped for better fortunes the next morning. While having dinner the night before, Nick of Lava Light prayed for us to get surface flow on the bench. Little did he realize but his prayers became reality.

When we first arrived at the ocean entry viewpoint there were two small surface flows plummeting into the ocean. As both CJ and Nick say, the flow is constantly changing and nothing lasts forever. Right around twilight the surface flow began crackling and expanding. All of a sudden the two small flows metastasized into a giant river of lava. It was a spectacle seeing it in person and even photos cannot do justice of the powerful forces that Pele unleashed.

Sony α7r II
Sigma 150-600mm C

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Tags:   hawaii big island lava ocean entry 61g kamokuna volcano national park volcano kilauea magma twilight Blue Hour landscape nature scenic sunrise


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