Egypt Lake by Paul Zizka

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Egypt Lake by Paul Zizka

Looking back to a mountain climbing marathon in the fabulous Egypt Lake area of Banff National Park. I shot this one during a traverse of the Pharaohs. Mummy, Egypt and Scarab lakes shine a brilliant blue way below.

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Egypt Lake by Paul Zizka Looking back to a mountain climbing marathon in the fabulous Egypt Lake area of Banff National Park. I shot this one during a traverse of the Pharaohs. Mummy, Egypt and Scarab lakes shine a brilliant...

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Kvernufoss Panorama by Daniel ...

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Kvernufoss Panorama by Daniel F.

VIDEO TUTORIALS
BILDBEARBEITUNG
WEBSITE
INSTAGRAM Many techniques used on this image are demonstrated in my set of in depth tutorials. Just check out my website for more information.
____ Viele der hier angewandten Techniken werden sehr ausführlich in meinen aktuellen Video Tutorials demonstriert. Mehr Infos dazu findet Ihr auf meiner Website.

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Kvernufoss Panorama by Daniel F. VIDEO TUTORIALS BILDBEARBEITUNG WEBSITE INSTAGRAM Many techniques used on this image are demonstrated in my set of in depth tutorials. Just check out my website for more information. ____...

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Sylvie & Gabriel by Lisa H...

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Sylvie & Gabriel by Lisa Holloway

My 2 youngest just adore each other!

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Sylvie & Gabriel by Lisa Holloway My 2 youngest just adore each other! Lisa Holloway: Photos

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Snow Tornado by Marc Adamus

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Snow Tornado by Marc Adamus

Believe it. What you are looking at here is a photograph including a REAL spindrift whirlwind (like a ‘dust devil’ or real tornado, this is simply a vertically oriented rotating column of wind). Mountaineers call it spin-drift, for the spin, of course, and I have witnessed this amazing phenomenon many times while climbing and adventuring in the high mountains. I was outrageously lucky to capture this here, however, because both lighting and background had to be perfect to see the rotation and depth as it spun by. In post processing used no warping and little enhancement past contrast adjustments to the whirlwind. Winds that morning gusted to over 70mph, so I had to act extremely fast as well and would have never managed it if not for a member of my party shouting ‘tornado!’ and me already shooting the wide angle lens in the exact line with the sun. I fired off about 3 good shots, only one of which showed the clear, circular rotation in the shadows, which proved extremely important to the success of the image. I consider it the rarest photograph of my entire career, and a once in a lifetime capture. It does not look to me of this Earth. The person was included for scale, as I felt necessary with many shots that morning. The photos I made of us are here as well. Hope you enjoy! Imagine taking a photo tour from a guy who takes you out to have such fun, right 😉 www.marcadamus.com/gallery/pgtemp/

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Snow Tornado by Marc Adamus Believe it. What you are looking at here is a photograph including a REAL spindrift whirlwind (like a ‘dust devil’ or real tornado, this is simply a vertically oriented rotating...

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Abandoned // by Daniel Casson

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Abandoned // by Daniel Casson

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Abandoned // by Daniel Casson Daniel Casson: Photos

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Lenticular shades by Isabella ...

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Lenticular shades by Isabella Tabacchi

A spectacular moment in the Jungfrau area, Switzerland 🇨🇭.

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Lenticular shades by Isabella Tabacchi A spectacular moment in the Jungfrau area, Switzerland 🇨🇭. Isabella Tabacchi: Photos

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Running up that Hill by Roesel...

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Running up that Hill by Roeselien Raimond

Only little is known about pink grasshoppers, except that the color deviation is likely to be caused by the lack of black pigment (eumelanin) on one hand and on the other hand an excessive production of the red pigment (phaeomelanin). This phenomenon is called erythrism and is defined as an unusual reddish discoloration of fur, hair, skin, feathers or egg shells.The combination of red hair and freckles in humans is thought to be a form of erythrism, too. In a predominantly green area, being pink obviously is no benefit. Some theories claim that the gene for the pink color would be dominant in locusts, but that they simply don’t reach maturity due to the vulnerability that comes with this pink color. Another theory assumes that the pink gene is recessive. Two parents with a latent pink gene are needed, to create a pink baby grasshopper.
Of course it’s thinkable that the color pink would provide an advantage. Like -for example- in a field of pink flowers.
In a case like this, the pink version would have an advantage over his green brothers and theoretically this could result in an entire pink population!
Imagine how happy would you be when you found that one very rare green one!
Red Fox in the Snow

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Running up that Hill by Roeselien Raimond Only little is known about pink grasshoppers, except that the color deviation is likely to be caused by the lack of black pigment (eumelanin) on one hand and on the other hand...

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opabin plateau. lake o’hara. y...

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opabin plateau. lake o’hara. yoho. bc. Larches make everything better… by Tanner Wendell Stewart Processed with VSCO with s3 preset Tanner Wendell Stewart: Photos

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Reflecting Northern Towers by ...

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Reflecting Northern Towers by Ramunas K Fishermang

A banshee pierces the sky with a shriek that sounds like something a ghost of a crow would make. Multiplied by a thousand. Exploring these towers should feel safe, they are impassable and seem to give you shelter looming on your side, seemingly above you. Photographing mountain lakes with autumn colors surrounding them is my favorite thing, possibly only challenged by photographing northern lights (image then the thrill of getting both of those in one..). I wandered off downhill to the slope of these mountains to explore and found at the very edge of the lake a coastline with what to me seems like an endless treasure. These mountains are almost inconceivably tall, them looking that big on a wide angle lens already says enough. This spot is on the way to Nusfjord in Lofoten. I tried to capture reflections, which were mirror-like in clarity. I wanted to give the whole scene depth at the same time. The end result turned out to be a photo that shows something at every level, which I am very enthusiastic about. In processing this is a blend of three photos, one for the sky, one for the midground and one for the foreground (but not a panorama, just different exposure settings). I didn’t use physical filters because of the mountains shape as I didn’t want them to get too dark as I already have that issue when processing blends. In addition to usual white balance, color work, contrasts, I strengthened the autumn colors to showcase them more, dodged the reflection some to make it more visible. In the end I am just glad I managed to fit the whole scene into my wide angle lens! Let me know what you think about it. Cheers!

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Reflecting Northern Towers by Ramunas K Fishermang A banshee pierces the sky with a shriek that sounds like something a ghost of a crow would make. Multiplied by a thousand. Exploring these towers should feel safe, they...

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Long Legged Buzzard by Murat Ç...

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Long Legged Buzzard by Murat Çalışkan INSTAGRAM Murat Çalışkan: Photos

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Earth by Lorenzo Nadalini

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Earth by Lorenzo Nadalini

“THE LIGHT AMONG THE FJORDS”
Lofoten Islands Photo Tour
22nd-28th February 2018 More info here:
www.lorenzonadalinipictures.com/lofoten2018 _______________________________________
About this photo Northern Iceland It’s like to walk on another planet, but it’s simply Earth I hope you enjoy it.

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Earth by Lorenzo Nadalini “THE LIGHT AMONG THE FJORDS” Lofoten Islands Photo Tour 22nd-28th February 2018 More info here: www.lorenzonadalinipictures.com/lofoten2018 _______________________________________ About...

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Family Life by Hisham Atallah

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Family Life by Hisham Atallah Follow me on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM Pet Photography Website Hisham Atallah: Photos

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