Anyone for Sunday Scapes (2014-02-09) ?
On a recent trip to Norway I was shooting lots of pics with my E-5. This was my favorite shot from the flight there.
Wow, what a contrast! Glad you got to see and document it the way it should be. Living in logging country, these scenes abound for me. Its always a shock to return to someplace I've photographed and find its been cut over. Usually I don't go back again. I know, they rebound, they regenerate, but still.
thanks for commenting,Sergey, Cuba for those in the US, is a very conflictual topic, there are many Cuban Americans in Miami FL, who are quite negative , going there opens up my eyes, there is no right or wrong, this island Nation, has had many corporations, come in and use it, they also had the USSR come in and do it, they are kind of in a crossroads, they would like to open the country, but they also do not want to lose control again to outside influences, aside from politics, the people are the friendliest one could meet,
Wonderful images Brad!
Beautiful! I lived in ABQ for ten years; you image really takes me back to the fabulous light.
Was using the old OM Zuiko 85mm f/2 today on the EPL-2 on a cold, damp miserable day. This old shack in the open space near my house is still pretty solid, but won't last much many more seasons if the unwanted tree growth isn't removed soon.
We had a good amount of snow in the Portland, Oregon area. Here's some candid pictures I took of people playing in the snow on Saturday.
Photo No. 1 - What's more fun than a large group going down the hill together?
Photo No. 2 - And then they fell apart before making it further down the hill, but what fun.
Photo No. 3 - I like the brightly colored clothes, tubes, and sleds as contrast against the black and white scenery.
Photo No. 4 - And another one....
Photo No. 5 - She was getting ready for a really good snowball fight.
Taken about a week ago at Harris Beach on the southern Oregon coast - two different nights.
View of the Tararua Ranges with wind turbines and the Manawatu Plains to the right.
"I take photographs, if you want them back see my lawyer!!"
Nice rolling hills there. There was a time not many years ago when I thought those white towers were a marvel to behold. Amazing how familiarity breads contempt but the energy is clean at least.
C&C always welcome.
Reality must take precedence over public relations, for nature cannot be fooled.
West Coast finally got a little snow... took a drive Saturday AM to the back country, didn't see anything extremely artistic.... but here are 5 for you.
|"Witherslack Hall" steam locomotive at Orchard Crossing, Worcestershire, England. by cjf2|
from My Best Photo of the Week
|Peruvian sweetness by VickyGo|
from street life