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“Who can really distinguish between the sea and what's reflected in it? Or tell the difference between the falling rain and loneliness?”

― Haruki Murakami, 'Sputnik Sweetheart'

BISHOP CREEK, LAKE SABRINA - MAMMOTH LAKES

Water Taxi departing Granville Island at dusk.

Destination: Bowen Island

 

Burrard Bridge (c. 1932)

 

Granville Island

Vancouver, BC

Canada

Flint River near Gay, Georgia

Dawn fog clinging to the Waikato River in Hamilton Gardens, NZ

Hardly any wind and then you get the nice reflections.Shot with the Nikon D2H and the Nikon 70-300mm vr.

Not the most photogenic day but this is what I had to work with

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Pentax K-5

SMC Pentax-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL WR

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Water Drops on the trees in this late Fall shot in North Carolina.

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Aquifer water flows from the rocks

in Yellowstone National Park

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i can hear the sun

touch the water's edge

.

at the end of the day

as daytime turns to dusk

in that magic moment

before evening falls

.

or in the morning

as it first peeks above

the water's crest

.

not everyone can hear it

you have to listen

your very best

.

its sound

is softer than a whisper

as fragile as a dream

as quiet as an angel's wing

.

but if you listen close

you can hear it sing

.

oh yes i can hear the sun

touch the water's edge

.

 

Coldness and a hard wind build these beautiful ice structures.

 

Zoom in for the details

 

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My ND-Filter arrived yesterday and I could not resisit playing around with it in the spa-gardens of Bad Oeynhausen

Before this trip, I had never been to Ennerdale, and was delighted to find that it was such a wonderful area. One of the first shots I got was this simple classic composition looking out over the water. I was fascinated by the rocks which were sitting just under the surface, and experimented with a slow shutter to make the water more ethereal, apart from in the foreground, where the rocks would therefore be separated from the dramatic snowy hills standing tall in the background.

Jumog waterfalls at Karang Anyar

A long exposure, landscape image of Skogafoss in Southern Iceland, on a very wet morning.

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