Octobers by videophotoart com

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Octobers by videophotoart com

I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.
(L.M. Montgomery)

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Octobers by videophotoart com I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers. (L.M. Montgomery) videophotoart com: Photos

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sunrise. wallowa lake. joseph....

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sunrise. wallowa lake. joseph. oregon. Imagine if the sky was always this colorful. by Tanner Wendell Stewart Processed with VSCO with s3 preset Tanner Wendell Stewart: Photos

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Lake O’Hara by James Bia...

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Lake O’Hara by James Bian

Emerald lake, snow covered mountain peak and rolling cloud at the top, very classic rocky mountain scene.
This was taken 2 days after previous photo.

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Lake O’Hara by James Bian Emerald lake, snow covered mountain peak and rolling cloud at the top, very classic rocky mountain scene. This was taken 2 days after previous photo. James Bian: Photos

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Uuups by Guenter Stoehr

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Uuups by Guenter Stoehr

Outdoor shooting at my favourite country side. Thank you so much Deana!

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Uuups by Guenter Stoehr Outdoor shooting at my favourite country side. Thank you so much Deana! Guenter Stoehr: Photos

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fisherman and nets by Saravut ...

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fisherman and nets by Saravut Whanset

fisherman trowing the nets on during sunset,Thailand

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fisherman and nets by Saravut Whanset fisherman trowing the nets on during sunset,Thailand Saravut Whanset: Photos

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The Castle Mountain by Greg Bo...

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The Castle Mountain by Greg Boratyn

I guess this is one of the most known/shot places lots of photographers go to while in the Banff – the Castle Mountain. I too went there while in the park a few weeks ago to check it out, and man, it was quite “flooded” with ppl around the river. I still find it a nice place to photograph. And, it can look spectacular in the winter time with an unfrozen river. This is a 5 vertical shots panorama shot at the sunset time.
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The Castle Mountain by Greg Boratyn I guess this is one of the most known/shot places lots of photographers go to while in the Banff – the Castle Mountain. I too went there while in the park a few weeks ago to...

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..old piano.. by Elena Shumilo...

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..old piano.. by Elena Shumilova

VIDEOTUTORIALS are available now:elenashumilova.smugmug.com/Pages/Editingvideos

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..old piano.. by Elena Shumilova VIDEOTUTORIALS are available now:elenashumilova.smugmug.com/Pages/Editingvideos Elena Shumilova: Photos

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Waterfall. Sud Tirol. by Maxim...

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Waterfall. Sud Tirol. by Maxim K. Maxim K.: Photos

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A Token of Freedom by Ole Henr...

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A Token of Freedom by Ole Henrik Skjelstad

Romsdalen, Norway. The very strong wind necessitated iso 800 in order to freeze the foliage – one exposure is blended in for the highlights.

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A Token of Freedom by Ole Henrik Skjelstad Romsdalen, Norway. The very strong wind necessitated iso 800 in order to freeze the foliage – one exposure is blended in for the highlights. Ole Henrik Skjelstad: Photos...

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Moody Tracks by Daniel Casson

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Moody Tracks by Daniel Casson

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Moody Tracks by Daniel Casson Daniel Casson: Photos

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Taya by Daria Klepikova

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Taya by Daria Klepikova Order –> My presets Cooperation: dariaklepikova@yandex.ru Web | Instagram | FB Daria Klepikova: Photos

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Nomadic Aberration by Timothy ...

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Nomadic Aberration by Timothy Poulton

Traveling by car from Zurich to Zermatt deep in the Swiss Alps was worth every mountainous twist and turn as the roads traversed up through vineyards and forests, delivering me to within eyeshot of the Matterhorn, one of the world’s most legendary peaks. Like the young boy sitting across from me on the short train ride from Täsch, I was in awe of this mountain that in 1865 put Zermatt on the tourist map following the first and tragic ascent of the 14,692-foot mass. “Papa,” he said, “how much longer?”
That striking scene set the mood for my photographic journey to the German-speaking canton of Valais, where skiers and snowboarders enjoy the white stuff on the glacier 365 days a year and where I embraced the sports, culture and traditions of Alpine life that blend together so naturally. At the foot of the Matterhorn — 5,300 feet above sea level — Zermatt is a classy yet unpretentious compact village of 5,800 people surrounded by the highest peaks in Switzerland – almost 15,000 feet — a paradise for mountain-climbers. If the pioneering mountaineers could only know what trails they blazed! All I needed, however, was my camera and the adventurous spirit that place like this inspires.

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Nomadic Aberration by Timothy Poulton Traveling by car from Zurich to Zermatt deep in the Swiss Alps was worth every mountainous twist and turn as the roads traversed up through vineyards and forests, delivering me to...

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