Spires of the Arctic Night by erezmarom

A spiky iceberg reflecting in the waters of Disko Bay, under intense sunrise colors. If you’d like to experience and shoot this unbelievable place yourself, see my new ‘Tales of Arctic’ Nights Part I and Part II Greenland photo workshops next summer for two weeks of immense icebergs, jagged mountains and playful whales. Part I is already half full so hurry up to secure your spot.
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Canon 5D3
Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8 VC
Disko Bay, Greenland

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Morning Spectacle of Kofa Mountain Range, Arizona by PatrickMarsonOng

Really had an awesome time capturing these peculiar cacti backed by the stunning Kofa spires! Must say that one night in this amazing location is not enough. If you’ve checked out my previous dawn shot, I was shooting this when I accidentally brushed up my leg against one of the jumping cholla. I’ll never forget that excruciating pain as I limped towards my comp, felt each of the tiny needles pierced into my skin as I try to finish my exposures. Muscle memory must have kicked in, didn’t know how I managed to pull this off.

You might be wondering why its called jumping cholla? It was named that way because the stems can easily detach from the main plant and attach itself to whatever it was brushed up against. Those needle-like individual spines are made out of sharp scales that makes extraction very very very painful!!!!!! So when you see one, do not touch!! Lol!

Thanks for looking! Cheers!

**View in black**

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Drawn To The Flame by williampatino

Whether running workshops or shooting for myself, I have probably stood on this shore over a hundred times now. I don’t think I will ever tire of it though. It’s these fleeting moments that have transformed my entire outlook on life. We are blessed to be able to freely experience and share such things. Thanks for viewing. See the time lapse HERE info@williampatino.com

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