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

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

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in Yellowstone National Park



Pentax K-5

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



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Aquifer water flows from the rocks

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

Can be nice as long as it is in a river, falling down in cascades as the Rhine Fall in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. But water can also be quite disturbing, I had heavy rainfall now for 3 days i. Switzerland, including my 850 km ride back today.

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

Fall colors S.Wales.

Jumog waterfalls at Karang Anyar

Coldness and a hard wind build these beautiful ice structures.


Zoom in for the details


Read the article on my website and get links to the Color Efex and Slver Efex presets I've made for these photo's here.

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



I took this photo in a late afternoon last May. The field had become a water land in the season preparing for planting rice.


Foz do Iguacu panorama along the nature trail on the Brazilian side

Hvidbjerg Strand on a windy day in August. Jylland, Denmark

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.

Just as I was getting prepared to make this capture of the cool clouds over the homes and the neat reflection, a brisk breeze (quite cold actually) kicked in, and it smeared the reflection with small ripples ... liked the effect there with the several seconds of exposure taken with the 9-Stop ND.

Dove Crag and High Hartsop Dodd reflecting amongst the wonderful autumn colours of the Water Lilies. Not quite a Monet...

A zoomed in view of the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone taken from Artist's Point. It's song is memorably thunderous, powerful and enthralling.


At 308 feet, the Lower Falls is the tallest waterfall in the park. In terms of height alone, it’s more than twice the size of Niagara Falls. And has by far the largest volume of falling water than any other waterfall in the Rockies.


Thanks for taking a look!


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