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We’ve been getting a lot of low, thick fog around here the last few days. Whenever this happens I like to take off to the mountains and forest, searching for the edge of the fog where the sun meets the mist in glorious bursts of light-rays. I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of chasing this light!
Morning forest by miroslavondrisek
Rays of Velhorst by larsvandegoor
Pensive Pepper by elizabethgadd
A moment to appreciate my loyal partner in crime during photoshoots, and all of life in general: A pensive Pepper pondering upon a tree stump for a whole 0.2 seconds before the woodland squirrels beckoned and the regular mighty chases ensued throughout the fairytale forest.
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The Other Side by martinpodt
The Other Side, Markelo, the Netherlands.
And also this is one of my favorite photo locations. I made many photos here but mostly from one and the same side. This photo I took from the other side of this beautiful brook. The light was just fantastic that morning. OK, I had even better conditions on other days, but not on the days that I was here. 😉 I hope you like it.
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Shady Haze by RoeselienRaimond
Days of amber rays by JanekSedlar
Here comes the sun… by LeifLndal
Forest Beams by williammevissen
Forest Beams of light in the dark forest of estate ‘Landgoed Geijsteren’, Geijsteren, Netherlands.
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Sun Valley by MAPhoto
The incredible uniqueness of Tibet’s Kharta Valley is that it may be the only place on Earth where you can be find the colors of Autumn near the base of 8000m high peaks, like the Makalu massif in the background here. While the logistics of getting the permits to get here are outrageously forbidding, we had some great local help and great luck getting in, so my highest priority became finding a way to capture this landscape with these two elements together. While this particular rendition shows off both, it shows off the light more than anything, which was a fair trade since it was one spectacular evening for light. The image involved an unusually large amount of work on just about everything in post processing, including hours of color and contrast work to cut through the haze and retain the correct tones. Anyway, hope you like it. It’s a stitch of 3 14mm images.
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