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N 906 B 45.7K C 63 E Oct 20, 2019 F Oct 20, 2019
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Photo was taken by our son.

Trip & species albums:

www.flickr.com/photos/ljcouple/albums

Tags:   Rainbow Beaver Lake Sunset

N 61 B 337 C 8 E Oct 21, 2019 F Oct 21, 2019
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It has been a bucket list item of mine to get up to Oregon for photography along the Columbia River gorge, and a bonus to go during the fall colors of October.

As a fan of Lord of the Rings, I cannot help myself but title this photo after the beautiful Elven city of Rivendell. Every waterfall I hiked to on this trip was a magical and spiritual experience. The beauty of this place really has to be experienced in person.

Tags:   Oregon Multnomah Falls Waterfall Autumn Landscape Nikon D800 David Colombo DavidColomboPhotography Green Water Blue Yellow Leaves Color Fall Color

N 41 B 277 C 24 E Oct 21, 2019 F Oct 21, 2019
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www.lauramacky.com

Tags:   Hope Valley Fall colors autumn stream sierras california trees landscape

N 365 B 4.6K C 38 E Jul 29, 2019 F Oct 18, 2019
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Sky: 16 images, 20 sec, f/2.8, ISO 6400, 14 mm
Foreground: 5 minutes, f/2.8, ISO 1600, 14 mm

Mono Lake, California. These are tufas arising out of Mono Lake. They are formed from mineral deposits from springs beneath the lake bed over centuries and are exposed when the water level falls. The water level varies greatly. The paths I recorded 2 years ago during the drought are mostly underwater now. The largest concentration of tufas is along the south shore. When including the Milky Way you are usually facing south, so this makes it more difficult to photograph the tufas, lake, and MW at the same time. There are a few small “peninsulas” that stick out into the lake making it possible (but tricky) to shoot across the water facing S and include both tufas and the MW. There is a stack for the sky and a long exposure for the foreground (5minutes), blended in PS. Cheers, Wayne Pinkston

Tags:   tufa mono lake water lake california might sky night sky night photography night landscape wayne pinkston waynepinkstonphoto.com lightcrafter.com stars star starry night starry sky milky way galaxy astrophotography landscape astrophotography wide field astrophotography


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