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Nikon D800, Nikon AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8, 14mm, f/11, 6 seconds
 
Bruges, Belgium
Photograph © Scott Flaherty
Captured Thu May 28, '15 04:26PM
Posted Thu May 28, '15 04:26PM
Views 138 / Comments 1
 
It snowed about 8 inches today. We already had snow piled beside the driveway that was left over from last weekend. After clearing the snow for the final time, I decided to do some HDR work to show off the house with snow at night. This is a HDR merge of 5 exposures at 2/3 stop intervals and merged in Nik HDR Efx Pro 2. For some reason I keep thinking of the poem Stopping By The Woods On A Snowy Evening by Robert Frost.
 
My House
Photograph © Editor
Captured Thu Mar 05, '15 08:02PM
Posted Thu Mar 05, '15 08:37PM
Views 209 / Comments 0
 
Udisputed king
 
Life along ganges
Photograph © Shefali
Captured Tue Dec 30, '14 04:29PM
Posted Sun Jan 04, '15 02:28AM
Views 208 / Comments 0
 
The story..
 
Life along ganges
Photograph © Shefali
Captured Tue Dec 30, '14 04:26PM
Posted Sun Jan 04, '15 02:28AM
Views 151 / Comments 0
 
Silent exsistence
 
Life along ganges
Photograph © Shefali
Captured Tue Dec 30, '14 04:03PM
Posted Sun Jan 04, '15 02:28AM
Views 130 / Comments 0
 
Out in the water
 
Life along Ganges
Photograph © Shefali
Captured Tue Dec 30, '14 03:54PM
Posted Sun Jan 04, '15 02:28AM
Views 129 / Comments 0
 
The rest
 
Life along ganges
Photograph © Shefali
Captured Tue Dec 30, '14 03:58PM
Posted Sun Jan 04, '15 02:28AM
Views 123 / Comments 0
 
set to work
 
Life along ganges
Photograph © Shefali
Captured Tue Dec 30, '14 03:55PM
Posted Sun Jan 04, '15 02:28AM
Views 126 / Comments 0
 
Mother and daughter
 
Life along ganges
Photograph © Shefali
Captured Sat Dec 06, '14 03:25PM
Posted Sun Jan 04, '15 02:28AM
Views 120 / Comments 0
 
Livelihood...
 
Life along ganges
Photograph © Shefali
Captured Sat Dec 06, '14 03:23PM
Posted Sun Jan 04, '15 02:28AM
Views 119 / Comments 0
 
The undisturbed routine
 
Life along ganges
Photograph © Shefali
Captured Sat Dec 06, '14 03:24PM
Posted Sun Jan 04, '15 02:28AM
Views 102 / Comments 0
 
I took this photo about a week-and-a-half ago from aboard a "small" cruise vessel in Australia's Milford Sound. (The boat wasn't a giant cruise ship. There were probably fewer than a hundred people on board, although it could have held more.) The sky was totally overcast and it was raining at the beginning of our 2-3 hour cruise, but the sun started to break through about halfway through the trip as our boat turned around in the Tasman Sea in order to head back up the sound toward the dock.
 
Milford Sound Rainbow
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Thu Sep 25, '14 09:23PM
Posted Tue Sep 30, '14 06:46AM
Views 255 / Comments 1
 
Here's one more of my "experiments" with trying to emphasize dynamic light in a photo.  I took this at Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, Colorado.
 
Black Canyon Light
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Sat Sep 14, '13 10:36AM
Posted Tue Jun 24, '14 05:19AM
Views 429 / Comments 0
 
Mesquite Flat Dunes, Death Valley National Park, sunset.  I'm doing some post-processing experimentation in Photoshop Elements in order to emphasize the "dramatic" light in a couple of my images.
 
Dune Sea
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Sun Sep 22, '13 09:04PM
Posted Mon Jun 23, '14 10:37AM
Views 372 / Comments 2
 
On a windy day, a tourist enjoying the waves alone at Lovers' Beach (Sevgi Plaji)  Davutlar, Kusadasi, Turkey.
 
Sunset on the beach
Photograph © Umit Edremitli
Captured Sun Sep 01, '13 07:10PM
Posted Fri Jun 20, '14 01:18PM
Views 372 / Comments 2
 
 
Sunset on the beach
Photograph © Umit Edremitli
Captured Sun Sep 01, '13 07:12PM
Posted Fri Jun 20, '14 01:18PM
Views 281 / Comments 0
 
Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard is the home of the Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association. Cottage City is comprised of a large pavilion in the center and concentric circles of these small Victorian cottages surrounding it. These started out as tents on platforms in the 1800's. All are privately owned and purchasing one of these little cottages requires a letter of recommendation from your pastor or home church and a board approval by the board of the Camp Meeting Association.
 
Cottage City
Photograph © Walter Rowe
Captured Thu May 15, '14 01:04PM
Posted Tue May 27, '14 06:50AM
Views 337 / Comments 0
 
This is a wonderful Victorian home in Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard. Someone put a great deal of money and time into this beautiful house.
 
Victorian, Martha's Vineyard
Photograph © Walter Rowe
Captured Thu May 15, '14 02:58PM
Posted Sat May 24, '14 08:42AM
Views 873 / Comments 3
 
 
The Fig Tree of Africa
Photograph © Dr. Danny Alfaras
Captured Sun May 11, '14 02:22PM
Posted Tue May 13, '14 11:00AM
Views 355 / Comments 1
 
This was taken at a man made reservoir the day after two solid days of rain. Nikon D800, Nikon 70-200/2.8 VR1, B+W Circ. Pol., ISO 400, 1/250s, f/11, -0.3 exp comp. Processed in Apple Aperture 3.5.1. Critiques encouraged.
 
Spring Clouds
Photograph © Walter Rowe
Captured Thu May 01, '14 05:16PM
Posted Mon May 05, '14 06:56AM
Views 788 / Comments 0
 
Taken in a remote area on the island of Shikoku.  Cherry blossoms are idealized all over Japan and the spring is a tremendous time to visit for photography!
 
Cherry Blossoms - Iya Valley, Shikoku Island, Japan
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Thu Apr 03, '14 02:26PM
Posted Sat Apr 26, '14 09:31AM
Views 371 / Comments 1
 
The Charles Bridge in the early morning hours. At this hour, you can photograph the bridge still without many people. :)
 
Charles Bridge
Photograph © Christian Beier
Captured Sat Apr 23, '11 01:19AM
Posted Tue Apr 22, '14 03:32PM
Views 794 / Comments 3
 
I took this photo from inside the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC.  My camera club has a themed exhibit later this year with the theme being "Dramatic Light."  I really like the side light in this photo, but I'm not sure how "dramatic" it is.  I converted the image to black & white because the color image didn't have anywhere near the impact that this one has for me.  I think that I had much better control over the tones and contrast in the black & white version so that I could at least create an illusion of drama.
 
Columns
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Thu Apr 10, '14 07:16AM
Posted Wed Apr 16, '14 05:37PM
Views 375 / Comments 0
 
A beautiful morning in Washington, DC
 
National Cherry Blossom Festival 2014
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Thu Feb 27, '14 02:10AM
Posted Sat Apr 12, '14 04:20AM
Views 412 / Comments 3
 
I took this in 2011 on an early summer morning. I loved how the light came directly from the side causing brilliant red on one side and shadowy dark on the opposite. The still water provided a nice reflection.
 
Summer at the Lake
Photograph © Walter Rowe
Captured Fri Jul 29, '11 07:51AM
Posted Thu Apr 03, '14 08:46PM
Views 368 / Comments 3
 
Small canal in a back corner of Venice
 
Venice, Italy
Photograph © George L Ball
Captured Fri Oct 05, '07 04:11AM
Posted Tue Feb 25, '14 05:49PM
Views 626 / Comments 4
 
This image is a bit "avant garde" for me.  I really wanted to bring out the brightness of the stars, but by adjusting shadows, highlights, brightness, contrast, and/or levels I also brought out a good bit of digital noise.  I've never learned how to use layers and layer masks in Photoshop Elements, so I don't know if I could have double-processed the original RAW image, first for the shadows and then for the highlights and then merged the two as layers, etc.  So, I took the route of intentionally exaggerating the noise.  Do you think that exaggeration gives this image an "artsy" feel, or do you think that it merely looks grotesque?
 
Tenting Tonight
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Thu Sep 05, '13 09:37PM
Posted Sun Feb 23, '14 07:21PM
Views 427 / Comments 1
 
Hạ Long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a popular travel destination, located in Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam. Administratively, the bay belongs to Hạ Long City, Cẩm Phả town, and part of Vân Đồn District.
 
Halong Bay Vietnam
Photograph © Nguyen Van Duc
Captured Thu Feb 13, '14 10:27PM
Posted Thu Feb 13, '14 10:27PM
Views 929 / Comments 3
 
Sapa, Vietnam is one of the most wonderful places for tours and holidays in Vietnam. Sapa trekking tours are comprise from 1 to 9 days of trekking to villages in Sapa. Trekking tours in Sapa offer great choice from easy to adventure or mountain climbing in Sapa. If you are looking for an adventure trekking holiday in Vietnam, Sapa is definitely a great choice for you.
 
Sapa trekking Tours
Photograph © Nguyen Van Duc
Captured Thu Feb 13, '14 10:27PM
Posted Thu Feb 13, '14 10:27PM
Views 673 / Comments 0
 
Sa Pa, or Sapa, is a frontier town and capital of Sa Pa District in Lào Cai Province in northwest Vietnam. It is one of the main market towns in the area, where several ethnic minority groups such as Hmong, Dao, Giáy, Pho Lu, and Tay live.
 
Sapa Town
Photograph © Nguyen Van Duc
Captured Sun Feb 18, '07 06:06PM
Posted Thu Feb 13, '14 10:27PM
Views 675 / Comments 0
 
Fansipan (Vietnamese: Phan Xi Păng, About this sound listen) is a mountain in Vietnam, the highest in Indochina (comprising Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia), at 3,143 metres (10,312 ft). It is located in the Lào Cai Province of the Northwest region of Vietnam, 9 km southwest of Sa Pa Township in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range.

Fansipan is dubbed "the Roof of Indochina"; it is to be approved as one of the very few ecotourist spots of Vietnam, with about 2,024 floral varieties and 327 faunal species.
 
Fansipan mountain in Sapa Vietnam
Photograph © Nguyen Van Duc
Captured Thu Feb 13, '14 10:27PM
Posted Thu Feb 13, '14 10:27PM
Views 841 / Comments 0
 
This is the main Reading Room at the U.S. Library of Congress in Washington, DC.  The interior architecture of the building is very impressive.  I've been to DC many times, but this was my first visit to the LOC.
 
The Reading Room
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Sat Feb 01, '14 09:10AM
Posted Sun Feb 02, '14 03:03PM
Views 419 / Comments 0
 
Empress Hotel in Victoria, British Columbia
 
Empress Hotel - Victoria, BC
Photograph © Walter Rowe
Captured Wed Aug 24, '11 11:44PM
Posted Tue Jan 21, '14 02:44PM
Views 1371 / Comments 0
 
Old city of Acco
 
fishy story
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sat Dec 28, '13 02:09AM
Posted Mon Jan 06, '14 12:39PM
Views 386 / Comments 1
 
The old city of Acco
 
local bakery
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sat Dec 28, '13 08:30AM
Posted Mon Jan 06, '14 12:39PM
Views 422 / Comments 0
 
Spring sunset in the Superstition Wilderness, Arizona.
 
The Three Sisters
Photograph © Bob Miller
Captured Sat Mar 16, '13 06:15PM
Posted Sun Jan 05, '14 11:31AM
Views 529 / Comments 1
 
I just returned from 3 weeks of working in Shanghai and woke up to this one morning from the 24th floor of my hotel.
 
Foggy Shanghai in Morning
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Thu Dec 05, '13 05:49AM
Posted Sun Dec 22, '13 05:04AM
Views 555 / Comments 2
 
 
Fiery Sunrise in Central Maryland
Photograph © Walter Rowe
Captured Thu Dec 19, '13 08:13AM
Posted Sat Dec 21, '13 10:23AM
Views 540 / Comments 1
 
Newport, Rhode Island is a magnificent little town. It is the capitol of sailboat racing, and in the Victorian Age was the summer home of many of America's wealthy families. You can now tour many of those homes. This is the Cliffside Inn where we stayed for a week in May.
 
Cliffside Inn - Newport, RI
Photograph © Walter Rowe
Captured Thu May 16, '13 08:15PM
Posted Fri Dec 20, '13 06:56PM
Views 363 / Comments 0
 
The rain was quite intense when we drove through this storm along U.S. route 50 in Kansas.  I guess we're lucky that there wasn't a tornado hiding in there!
 
Approaching Storm
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Mon Oct 07, '13 04:33PM
Posted Mon Nov 25, '13 03:32PM
Views 493 / Comments 1
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