20 TOP Google+ Photos for October 30

published by ; November 1, 2011
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Winter in the Crow Country...

Photoshop CS5.


2

Selfy Sunday - Oct. 30 | 2011


3

Marathon.
Berlin, Germany, 2011.
(c) Jürgen Bürgin
http://www.juergenbuergin.com/
  • Photographer Juergen Buergin
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4

Here is a little fall color for you all by way of an ICM image, panning vertically during the exposure to achieve a sense of motion.


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Forest Fall Storms Captured this Fall along the Peak To Peak Highway here in Colorado. The light was pretty unique with the incoming rain storm coming in over the Rockies giving us some nice dramatic light at times. For this shot I went ahead and used my Tobacco Grad ND to bring out the drama in the sky a tad more, along with a CPL, in camera HDR and shot in panoramic mode. I hope you all enjoy it.
---John

#SkySunday #Colorado #landscape #nature #Fall #Autumn #photo #photography


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The other day I have decided to reshare my portfolio albums for my new followers. After my B&W street photographs on Friday (https://plus.google.com/109489575895255638957/posts/eHfWKhYmdwd) and my color street photographs yesterday (https://plus.google.com/photos/109489575895255638957/albums/5639389014585050369), here are my street portraits.

Different from my street photographs, my street portraits don't necessary try to tell a story, but to show the individual beauty of strangers that I was lucky enough to meet at a park, at a street corner or in a cafe (non exhaustive list of course). They are often not candid and the challenge is therefore to make people relax in front of the camera during the few seconds I interact with them. Not always easy, but always rewarding :-)


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One fall day last year, a few friends and I went for an adventure in the Gorge. This is Elkhorn Falls. 1800 feet of strenuous elevation gain off trail, truly one of the most difficult (and beautiful) places I have hiked to.
  • Photographer Jamey Pyles
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(c) b.cortis www.cortis.info


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This is especially for my 20.000(!) followers here on G+. You guys blow my mind. Thank you, thank you, thank you so very much for following me and showing a genuine interest in my work!!!

But this is also a little bit for #SquareSunday


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old IR photo I dug up.


12

My first submission for +Matt Soave's #SquareSunday. This is a square crop of a seascape I took a few weeks ago.


13

Hungarian skies pt.XI.


14

Alpenglow on clouds over the Cathedral Range at sunset, as seen from the summit of Clouds Rest, Yosemite National Park, California

This is another shot from my recent hike up to the summit of Clouds Rest in Yosemite. You can read more about the hike & photos on my weblog:

http://www.enlightphoto.com/views/2011/10/27/when-pre-visualization-meets-reality.htm

#plusphotpextract


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Here's one for #MountainMonday

Aoraki / Mt Cook viewed from the Kea Lookout track at Sunset. This shot involved a bit of luck - not 10 minutes earlier the entire mountain was engulfed in valley fog.

You would not have known New Zealand's tallest peak was right there. Fortunately as the sun dropped the fog receded revealing the summit.

A magic mountain.

Thanks for viewing.

cheers - Todd

Photo-Factoid: Geologists believe that Aoraki / Mt Cook is made almost entirely from rock and smaller rock-like particles known as stones. Studies continue*.

*studies may not exist - my photo factoids are derived exclusively from non-factual facts, unfounded rumour or blindingly obvious observations :)
  • Photographer Todd Sisson
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  • Photographer Xavier Ruiz Canadell
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Another shot from my British Summer Weather series for For #SkySunday curated by +Simone Linke
  • Photographer Giles McGarry
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‎"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail"
-Ralph Waldo Emerson

Reid State Park
Georgetown, Maine - USA
  • Photographer Christopher O'Donnell
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Elephant pair at Amboseli. Infrared shot.
  • Photographer Billy Dodson
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Clywedog Copper




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