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So many favorite things about this scene in Neskowin a couple weeks ago. First, of course, the amazing clouds, then the color, the ease of shooting at low tide, the lack of other people (!), and super awesome petrified forest! Can't wait to revisit this little beach town.

Tags:   Beach Beachside Blue Clouds Coast Color Colorful Sky Light Neskowin Ocean Oregon Coast PNW Pacific Pacific Coast Pacific Ocean Petrofied Forest Proposal Rock Rocks Rugged Rugged Coast Sea Sea Stack Sky Stump Sun Sunlight Sunset Tide Water Oregon United States

N 3 B 38 C 1 E Mar 15, 2015 F Mar 30, 2015
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Sunset and sunrise are the best times of the day to photograph the ice fields of Lake Superior like those at Little Girl's Point in the far western end of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

A cool way to view mine or anyone else's photostream is on fluidr.

Tags:   ice snow cold winter nature sunrise dawn sun up lake superior little girls point upper peninsula michigan u.p. yooper Geo-Tagged GLAP

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The first sign of trouble...

Tags:   Switzerland schweiz suisse Alps alpen alpes clariden Ski-tour Glarus summit

N 6 B 149 C 2 E Mar 30, 2015 F Mar 30, 2015
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Our wonderful friend Julie Vagts passed away this morning, March 30, 2015 after a long battle with cancer. We will miss her greatly. She became an excellent landscape photographer and in her last few year, traveled all over the world with her Nikon D800. Julie, we send our best to you as you begin your most important field trip.

You can see Julie's images here:
www.flickr.com/photos/gr8dezine/with/5436508813/

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USA, Hawaii, Humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) breach

My recent visits to Lanai to photograph humpback whales breaching were among my most productive trips ever. I have dozens of new photos of this awe-inspiring behavior. This stunning moment of an adult whale almost completely out of the water was photographed in January on an especially calm day, as can be seen by the reflection of the whale on the surface of the ocean. I worked especially hard to keep my boat in position in order to line up the whale with the West Maui Mountains in the background. Normally, I prefer breaches at their apex, but my auto-focus was slightly off for the 2 frames before this one because I was zooming in tighter as it transpired. This behavior is so fleeting that it is always disappointing to lose any photos because they are soft. Fortunately, this one is razor sharp. It is also not that common to see an adult whale almost totally out of the water. I created this image using my new Canon 7DmkII and Canon 70-200mm f2.8L IS II lens. I processed the RAW file using Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CC 2014.

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Tags:   USA Hawaii Pacific Ocean humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) Jon Cornforth Images animal cetacean endangered environment breach mammal marine mammal sealife wildlife


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