Light of Mercy! by fmarty

lying low on tracks abandoned can be an opportunity for luminous insights…!
You can see the glowing sunset light from the end of Christmas Day under Boston’s BU Bridge!
I think this is my last posting of 2015. Have a great end of the year!

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Essence of Autumn by Rich_Devant

The beauty of autumn is sometimes a matter of perspective . Even when it’s something as simple as a bridge filled with leaves in the forest.

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Scottish Hiking Path by YuriFineart

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Taken on the Quiraing, Isle of Skye, Scotland in the summer of 2014 with the Canon 600d and 18-55 IS II Kit lens


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Going Spiral II by roliketto

If you are in London city and you are into an architectural photography, make sure you visit Greenwich, absolutely gorgeous place packed with beautiful interiors and exteriors such as painted hall, small chapels, gardens and of course spiral staircase(s).

If not our new Canon’s 11-24 lens we would not be able to capture this spiral staircase, since it is jammed in a really small space and it is almost impossible to get close enough or to use a tripod.

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Temple of Reflections II by roliketto

Another shot from my mini series, “Temple of Reflections”, from my recent trip in London city.

This time I decided to go with dramatic black and white presentation using Silver Efex Pro 2 emphasizing the perspective and double framing.

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A sunny day – Oslo, Norway – Black and white street photography by pixael

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Aiming for enlightenment by patch

Rainy day in Melbourne and I decided to avoid the wet weather by having a look inside St Paul’s Cathedral, My first visit there in many decades and I probably shouldn’t have left it so long.

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