Aspen Boulevard by DaniloFaria

~Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.~ Robert Frost
A fall storm approaches Gothic Mountain and light up its aspen gold trees… the fall colors, the fresh air, what a bliss. Thank you all for your continuous support!

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The Awakening of the Spider by DaniloFaria

Woke up 5 AM to wait for sunrise at Canyon de Chelly, a sacred Navajo Park. Well, needless to say the sunrise was far from impressive, so I have to salvage a few shots before the light got too “bright”. Still a marvelous place and sight to be awaken to…
Seen at center of the image, the marvelous Spider Rock. This rock stands alone about 800 ft (242 m) tall from the canyon floor. Thank you very much for your support!

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Can You Hear the Siren Call… by DaniloFaria

This particular day I was driving towards the Vermilion Cliffs and when I reached Wahweap Bay near Page, “hell broke loose”. The red on the clouds is a common effect in this particular area, as the strong sun-rays reflect up the red cast from the rocks below. Winds of 50+miles/hour, a huge storm came out of nowhere. I stopped the car on the side of the road and only had a chance for a few handheld shots, then it poured down and I had to retrieve to the car… this moment lasted a few seconds, then it was gone! Thank you all for stopping by!

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Princes Pier, Melbourne by nsarno

Arrived just in time for the last minutes of sunset. Freezing my ass off in the cold wind was well worth it. Not the most original Melbourne shot but I couldn’t go passed it! I slightly burnt the sky, but I arrived to late to take a better shot.

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Down the Road by DaniloFaria

While dozens of photographers flocked the famous “Courthouse Mountain” spot waiting for sunset, I went a few yards down the road and saw this view… This view of the sunset was great, the Courthouse one this specific day, not so much…Thank you all for your support!

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Desert Oasis by DaniloFaria

I have been living in the Sonoran Desert – a North American desert which covers large parts of the Southwestern United States in Arizona and California, and of Northwestern Mexico in Sonora, Baja California and Baja California Sur. Water is a very precious commodity. We have a handful of rivers and small lakes, but the majority of it only runs during the rainy season. So when I came across this place in the middle of Arizona, my eyes were shocked. I question myself if I wasn’t dreaming: turquoise waterfall and fall colors in the desert? I guarantee you, it was hard to believe – but it was real…
(P.S. I will have more images of this creek coming soon, stay tuned).
Thank you all for your feedback!

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Land’s End by DaniloFaria

Navajo Mountain and Gunsight Bay (Butte) receiving the last light on a brisk winter afternoon. Handheld panorama testing my friend’s Sony A7R. Thank you for your feedback and visits!

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Reflection by GiovanniChiossiIce

© Giovanni Chiossi Photo 2015

Canon 5d Mark II + Samyang 14mm + ND Filter 1000

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