EL BOLAO by raquel_de_castro

De vez en cuando muestro orgullosa los maravillosos rincones de mi tierruca.
Un lugar con un encanto especial, no perderse el sendero que transcurre por este tramo de costa, singularmente bello.Espero que os guste.
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To See You Smiling by landESCAPEphotography

“Earth laughs in flowers” – R.W. Emerson

A perfect spring scene on the California coast. The flowers are native Californian Erigeron. I was planning to photograph from the rocks below, but I saw this flower patch on the cliff and knew that was where I wanted to be. This is several exposures blended for focus and time.

Sunset forecast powered by #escaype 🙂

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Alpine Paradise by landESCAPEphotography

A dusting of snow covers Yosemite Valley during an early-season storm, taken last week. Several familiar landmarks are visible, from different angles. This is a 19-image panorama grid encompassing more than an 180-degree field of view.

In my mind, landscape photography goes hand-in-hand with exploring and enjoying nature — not with checking boxes off a list, or collecting stamps that other people create. I urge you to get outside and experience our amazing planet, without a specific photo or experience in mind, and I can all but promise you will come home with an incredible experience and unique photo.

Jeff

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With Grace by landESCAPEphotography

I never get tired of watching the fog in San Francisco. These low fog events have become extremely rare this year. Hopefully we get another one soon!

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A Deep Breath by landESCAPEphotography

I recently took a trip to the Canadian Rockies. It wasn’t really a photography trip — we just wanted to hike, camp, explore, and experience these incredible mountains. We only woke up for a couple sunrises and only stayed out for a couple sunsets. It was a nice change of pace, and it allowed me to reconnect with the reasons I love landscape photography in the first place: because I love being outside. Tung and I hiked to many places in the high country that most people never see, including a few scrambles that required helmets, and many of my best memories have no award-winning photos to show for. But this was one of the better moments of light during the trip, so I did take a couple of handheld panoramas.

Hope you enjoy this one!

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THE RED CARPET by raquel_de_castro

Visita esta semana al bosque para comprobar como evoluciona el otoño, aún le queda una semanita más para madurar, han comenzado los fríos y las lluvias, buena señal. Como aún los árboles mantienen parte de su color verde, me pareció un buen motivo otoñal este manto de helechos rojos, ocres y amarillos tan vistosos, espero que os guste el momento…

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Eruption by landESCAPEphotography

Once in a while, Mother Nature stops me in my tracks with my jaw hanging open. This was one of those moments.

A friend and I were led here by an #escaype forecast for a burn above low fog, and got both 🙂

shout-out to Kristal Leonard for inspiring me to explore this area for the last couple years.

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Into Thin Air by landESCAPEphotography

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We had an incredible sunset with low fog at the Golden Gate last week. I had my eyes on Battery Spencer, this low and close vantage point, but it was fogged in when I arrived. After hiking around for an hour, I noticed the fog had lowered, so I booked it back down to Spencer and grabbed some shots before we got socked in again. Here is one of my favorites.

I often have issues with shots from this spot being left-heavy, but hopefully the clouds balance things out 🙂

Even the #escaype model had some trouble forecasting this fog, but we noticed it out to sea during the day and sent out some alerts, knowing there would be a high cloud burn to the south. Thanks for bearing with us through the hiccups, guys!

Jeff

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