https://flic.kr/p/dxEeA8 | Cedar Breaks National Monument | Taken many years ago with one of the first dedicated Panoramic Cameras, I do so love some of the early images, this is one such image that I have resurrected and tuned in Photoshop, I do hope you enjoy it.
https://flic.kr/p/dxGFEp | Bryce Canyon Panorama | Taken many years ago with one of the first dedicated Panoramic Cameras, this image forms part of a collection I have that were taken during a Fly Drive Holiday, and even though they are old I will never part with them. I do so love some of the early images, this is one such image that I have resurrected and tuned in Photoshop, I do hope you enjoy it.
The headwaters of the Snake River are in Yellowstone National Park. As flow progresses southward, the Snake River passes through the Alpine climate of the Tetons and the greater Jackson Hole area. Here, the Snake is fed by an average precipitation of 30+ inches, and average of 252 inches of snowfall. There are minimal urban areas between the Yellowstone headwaters and the water consumers in Teton County, making the water some of the purest and cleanest in the country.
Over the years Good Hope has brought that little bit of magic to many a photographers viewfinder, they like myself have taken part in perhaps the most iconic of Photographs, taken at the final resting place of the long suffering former fishing boat. For many years we have visited her at Skipool Creek, Over Wyre, photographed from every conceivable position as she slowly disintegrates, the wheelhouse has collapsed completely, leaving what’s left of the hull. That too will soon be a memory…
Its not very often I get the chance to see such a placid lake, let alone photograph it. This day I arrived ticking all the boxes as one says, I half expected Excalibur to appear breaking the calm and peaceful scene before me. I always carry my little Ixus, Today it was to play a very important role in this capture. I normally like my images to have the Dramatic look, that was untill I saw the work of the Ixus 1100 , Yes I did tweak the image, but ever so slightly. Hope you enjoy…
Yellowstone as I have never seen before, the mountainside with burnt trees and what’s left of them, smoke and steam hiss from hundreds of fissures, the ground I am stood on rumbles and cracks, trees fall, the ground gurgles and then suddenly erupts as a water spout shoots upwards, a little “Old Faithfull”, as the ground rumbles even more under my feet, common sense says move, and quick, so I did.!
Driving home I saw this light-show commence over Pilling, I arrived home just in time to catch this astonishing sunset, the image, originally 4x3 has been cropped top and bottom with some noise reduction.
The lake occupies part of Borrowdale and lies immediately south of the town of Keswick. It is both fed and drained by the River Derwent. It measures approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) long by 1 mile (1.6 km) wide and is some 72 feet (22 m) deep. There are several islands within the lake, one of which is inhabited. Derwent Island House, an 18th-century residence, is a tenanted National Trust property open to the public on five days each year.