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I shot this last August from the Caribbean beach at the Barcelo Tucancun Beach Resort hotel, looking south.  We didn't get any rain from these clouds.
 
Storm Clouds Over Cancun
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Thu Jun 09, '11 01:11PM
Posted Thu Jun 09, '11 01:11PM
Views 482 / Comments 3
 
Haputale, Sri Lanka
I'm going to teach my first class in photography (am one of several teachers) at the Academy of Design this Saturday. I've been busy looking at photos to use as examples of Rule of Thirds, Cropping and Framing, etc. and found a bunch of photos I can post to TPN!
I cropped part of the spectacular clouds out to adhere to the Rule of Thirds. Hated to lose the clouds, though, but there's enough still left.
ps--wish me good luck!
 
Early Morn
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Wed Jun 08, '11 08:38PM
Posted Wed Jun 08, '11 08:38PM
Views 387 / Comments 8
 
I have plans to get another shot here later in the year as, should the right conditions come along, I think there is a lot of potential for an autumn colours photograph ;-)

Still utterly run off my feet with wee Lachlan!
 
Rusland Church
Photograph © Rob Sutherland
Captured Wed Jun 08, '11 01:53PM
Posted Wed Jun 08, '11 02:20PM
Views 408 / Comments 4
 
The Pyramid of Kukulcan is part of the Chichen Itza complex of Mayan ruins in the Mexican state of Yucutan.  The ruins are quite impressive and cover a rather large expanse of land.  Visitors are no longer allowed to climb to the top of the pyramid because of the rampant vandalism that was taking place.  I visited this site from mid-morning to mid-afternoon, about the worst time for outdoor photography because of the flat light.
 
The Pyramid of Kukulcan Bursts Into View
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Wed Jun 08, '11 01:43PM
Posted Wed Jun 08, '11 01:43PM
Views 431 / Comments 4
 
The Dome of the rock in Jerusalem's old city is one of the most famous landmark's and although most think that this is the holy sight are mistaken.On the temple mount (the same area)which is about at least 15 football fields in size is another smaller Mosque very modest outside and this is the holliest sites to the Moslems.It's dome is black.
 
Dome of the rock Jerusalem
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Thu Apr 07, '11 08:18AM
Posted Wed Jun 08, '11 01:22AM
Views 359 / Comments 1
 
Here's my version of this month's TPN cover photo.  I have to admit that I was going to pass on this shot until I saw Walter setting it up for himself.  It was then that I realized that the family in the foreground would had some human interest and scale to the photo.  In my early travel photos I intentionally avoided including people in my scenics, until I went to Utah.  I realized how necessary they were for putting the grandeur of some of the landscapes and rock formations into perspective.  Thanks for reminding me, Walter.
 
Edifice Rex
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Sat Jun 04, '11 01:11PM
Posted Tue Jun 07, '11 10:36AM
Views 489 / Comments 5
 
I like the play of light through the branches here, so I decided to go with a monotone for that reason.
 
Live Oak Trail
Photograph © Sarah Clarehart
Captured Sun Jun 05, '11 11:58PM
Posted Sun Jun 05, '11 11:58PM
Views 426 / Comments 6
 
Colombo, Sri Lanka
 
St. Mary's
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Sun Jun 05, '11 04:50PM
Posted Sun Jun 05, '11 04:50PM
Views 427 / Comments 3
 
The National Cathedral is the 6th largest cathedral in the world, and the 2nd largest cathedral in the United States. From end to end, it is 518 feet long. I took this Saturday while shooting with TPN members Roger Maki and Patrick Flynn. Taken with a Nikon D300, Nikon 17-35mm lens and a tripod. Processed with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.
 
Interior of the Washington National Cathedral
Photograph © Walter Rowe
Captured Sat Jun 04, '11 01:38PM
Posted Sun Jun 05, '11 04:41PM
Views 2943 / Comments 6
 
This is my first submission from the second part of yesterday's TPN photo shoot with Patrick Flynn and Walter Rowe - the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, DC.  This was my first visit here, and the cathedral is very impressive.  In processing this image I adjusted levels and sharpness, but I did nothing to the color saturation.
 
Nave
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Sat Jun 04, '11 01:33PM
Posted Sun Jun 05, '11 09:14AM
Views 417 / Comments 3
 
The last, and most difficult, task that points can be earned for is to herd the three sheep into a small pen. He nearly had the sheep penned, but it did not quite work out.
 
Difficult Pen - Deerplay Sheepdog Trials
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sat Jun 04, '11 07:01AM
Posted Sun Jun 05, '11 04:42AM
Views 372 / Comments 0
 
Went to the Deerplay Sheepdog Trials yesterday and was amazd at how well these dogs have been trained. The dog starts out next to the handler and first has to run all the way to the top of the hill to pick up the three sheep. It must be almost half a mile away and the dog still obeys the master's whistle! The dog has to bring the sheep down a specific route, through a couple of gates.
 
Start In The Distance - Deerplay Sheepdog Trials
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sat Jun 04, '11 07:16AM
Posted Sun Jun 05, '11 04:42AM
Views 497 / Comments 1
 
This was taken today at Phase II of our DC area TPN outing. More to come ...
 
Washington National Cathedral
Photograph © Walter Rowe
Captured Sat Jun 04, '11 01:18PM
Posted Sun Jun 05, '11 12:55AM
Views 474 / Comments 2
 
 
Fly Geyser
Photograph © Matt Blaisdell
Captured Sat Mar 07, '09 09:50AM
Posted Sat Jun 04, '11 10:44PM
Views 538 / Comments 4
 
Black Rock Desert Nevada
 
Fly Geyser
Photograph © Matt Blaisdell
Captured Sat Mar 07, '09 10:22AM
Posted Fri Jun 03, '11 10:47PM
Views 492 / Comments 6
 
This is coming back into harbor at Labuan Bajo, Flores Island from Komodo Island.  We had the seas to ourselves.
 
Sunset...Indonesian Style
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Fri Apr 22, '11 02:52PM
Posted Fri Jun 03, '11 06:09AM
Views 431 / Comments 2
 
The Hula valley in the northern part of Israel is where I photograph most of my Avian/birds 
It's near the start of the Great Rift Valley.
 
Misty Sunrise
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Tue Dec 13, '05 07:10AM
Posted Fri Jun 03, '11 02:57AM
Views 426 / Comments 5
 
This is from a couple trips ago...Found it going through files.. It was an overcast day and and the light peaked through just long enough time to get the shot.
 
Delicate Arch
Photograph © Matt Blaisdell
Captured Tue May 12, '09 07:03PM
Posted Fri Jun 03, '11 01:21AM
Views 455 / Comments 2
 
Taken before sunrise.  Trying something different here what do you think?
 
Mesa Arch Blues
Photograph © Matt Blaisdell
Captured Wed May 13, '09 04:26AM
Posted Fri Jun 03, '11 01:21AM
Views 412 / Comments 2
 
The Ocracoke Lighthouse, in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. This is one of my favorite places anywhere and I have a perpetual crush on this image of it. I hope you enjoy it too.
 
Ocracoke Light
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Thu Jun 02, '11 11:06PM
Posted Thu Jun 02, '11 11:16PM
Views 525 / Comments 5
 
Definately getting my feet wet.
 
Over the Falls
Photograph © Bob Miller
Captured Mon May 16, '11 08:34AM
Posted Thu Jun 02, '11 01:47PM
Views 452 / Comments 2
 
On the norther slopes of Bali is a wonderful setting with the famous temple built on Lake Bratan.  This is an HDR image that I simply applied a Sepia filter to using Nik Software Silver Efx Pro.
 
Hindu Temple at Lake Bratan, Bali, Indonesia
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Sat Apr 30, '11 08:12AM
Posted Wed Jun 01, '11 10:09AM
Views 459 / Comments 4
 
This is from the visit to Arkansas with Matt Blaisdell. He had me tromping all over the back woods of Arkansas.
 
Little Missouri Falls
Photograph © Bob Miller
Captured Mon May 16, '11 08:52AM
Posted Tue May 31, '11 03:32PM
Views 463 / Comments 6
 
This is a picture from Kalk Bay, which is a bit south of Cape Town on the eastern side of the Cape Peninsula.
 
Wave in Kalk Bay Harbour, South Africa
Photograph ©
Captured Fri Feb 08, '08 03:31PM
Posted Thu May 26, '11 07:39AM
Views 986 / Comments 9
 
Standing on the rim of the extinct volcano, Mt. Wawomuda, we are looking across to the other side with the active volcano, Mt. Inerie, in the background during an early morning hike.  There are 7 active volcanoes still on Flores Island with this one taking on the classical cone-shape.
 
Mr Inerie in Flores Island, Indonesia
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Mon Apr 25, '11 03:29AM
Posted Wed May 25, '11 09:57AM
Views 468 / Comments 2
 
OK, sorry...this is ANOTHER Singapore photo that I shot last week during a thunderstorm west of the city.  Since I have been here about 14 months now, I have envisioned getting a lightning shot, but really with the more dramatic bolts of lightning.  This was not bad though and was lucky as no fancy equipment was used..handheld on our balcony railing.  Someone says they see a dragon in the clouds?
 
Lightning over Singapore
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Mon May 16, '11 05:48PM
Posted Tue May 24, '11 09:31AM
Views 954 / Comments 4
 
Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
Puerto Madero
Photograph © Bernardo Galmarini
Captured Sun Mar 07, '10 08:55PM
Posted Tue May 24, '11 08:47AM
Views 544 / Comments 4
 
I shot this during a Tidewater Camera Club field trip to the Delaware seashore.  I was looking for something that I might enter into an upcoming competition with the theme "strong depth of field."  I wanted to use the leading line of the dock to guide the viewer back to the boats in the background, but I also wanted a strong element in the foreground to "anchor" the shot (pun intended).  I don't know how well I accomplished my objective.
 
Boat Dock
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Fri May 28, '10 09:36AM
Posted Sun May 22, '11 08:21PM
Views 452 / Comments 3
 
If you look at the original size you can see Dun Caan, the extinct vulcano on Raasay, in the middle and the snow covered Cuillins on Skye in the background.

On the right is the cottage where Monty Hall spent a few months filming his BBC reality TV documentary (in which the MOD establishment, where they test under water weaponry, just a few hundred yards further to the right was never shown.)
 
Sand Bay
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sun May 22, '11 10:21AM
Posted Sun May 22, '11 10:21AM
Views 421 / Comments 1
 
Caught this around Big Spring on the way to Dallas.
 
West Texas
Photograph © Bob Miller
Captured Thu May 12, '11 10:35AM
Posted Wed May 18, '11 02:09AM
Views 536 / Comments 4
 
The largest lake in Israel which supplies most of the drinking water.
 
Fishermen on Sea of Galilee
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sun Apr 26, '09 01:00PM
Posted Wed May 18, '11 12:02AM
Views 952 / Comments 1
 
A bluff overlooking Disko Bay in Ilulissat, Greenland.
 
Chilled Out
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Sun Jun 28, '09 11:29AM
Posted Tue May 17, '11 10:18AM
Views 618 / Comments 9
 
 
The House That Needs A Lick Of Paint
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Tue May 17, '11 05:05AM
Posted Tue May 17, '11 05:05AM
Views 467 / Comments 5
 
The main entrance at the bazaar in Grand Baie, the capital of Mauritius.
 
Bazar de Grand Baie
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Tue May 17, '05 08:48AM
Posted Sun May 15, '11 09:03PM
Views 557 / Comments 3
 
I shot this while standing in the doorway of a slave quarters building that sits on the grounds of the McLean House in Appomattox Court House National Historical Site, VA.  I used the on-camera pop-up flash and then brought out the interior detail using the fill light tool in the Sigma Photo Pro 4 RAW conversion software.
 
A Slave's View
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Fri Apr 22, '11 11:04AM
Posted Sat May 14, '11 04:20PM
Views 438 / Comments 1
 
Lighthouse of Colonia delSacramento, Uruguay.
 
Old Lighthouse
Photograph © Bernardo Galmarini
Captured Sun May 24, '09 06:02PM
Posted Sat May 14, '11 12:47PM
Views 460 / Comments 3
 
One of the unique sites on Flores Island in Indonesia are the Spider Web "Lingko" Rice Fields.  This has been an age old tradition of the local tribes to bring unity to all the people.  They believed that the central point was a common and equal point for all the people to meet with the tribal head in case of challenges or adversity.   Equality was a big part of their life...who said democracy was dead!!
 
Spider Web Rice Fields of Flores Island, Indonesia
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Thu May 12, '11 06:46PM
Posted Fri May 13, '11 09:51AM
Views 490 / Comments 3
 
Walking the dog was a popular pasttime that day in Hardcastle Crags, near Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire.
 
Walking The Dog
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sat Nov 06, '10 10:53AM
Posted Sun May 08, '11 07:06AM
Views 446 / Comments 3
 
long dawn in Iceland
 
Still Waters
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Sat Jul 11, '09 09:04PM
Posted Wed May 04, '11 10:47PM
Views 531 / Comments 5
 
I shot this a couple of weeks ago at Gaines' Mill, a unit of the Richmond National Battlefield Park.

Sigma SD14, Sigma 18-250mm OS @ 95mm, ISO 100, f/6.3, 1/100s, hand held
 
Gaines' Mill
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Sat Apr 23, '11 11:16AM
Posted Wed May 04, '11 10:29AM
Views 476 / Comments 5
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