SnowGlow#2

by: © Roland Maria Reininger
curators choice of the competition: Winter 2014/15

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SnowGlow#2

SnowGlow#2 Same day, same river, some other spot, wet feet, freezing cold and very happy. ...

Falling

Falling Aiguille du Midi, Mont Blanc Massif ...

smiles

smiles ...

Pale

Pale ...

Quiet house

Quiet house A little dutch village, the quiet house ...

Ground Frost

Ground Frost Not really ground frost but I liked the sound of it so stuck with it ! : ) Another image from Christmas day & one of only very few days we have had snow in the far south of Sweden. Captured at a place called Bokskogen about 15-20 mins drive from home. ...

Under Pressure

Under Pressure Mister Saw with his BMW convertible ...

Love

Love ...

Behind Blue Eyes

Behind Blue Eyes The title is inspired by the song. The blue solar cells on the building have a nice connection to it:) ...

Golden Poppy

Golden Poppy Poppy (Papaver rhoeas) ...

Fall Aspens – San Francisco Peaks

Fall Aspens – San Francisco Peaks The inner Basin of the San Francisco Peaks is actually a collapsed caldera of a volcano that was last active almost two million years ago. The peaks are comprised of Humphreys Peak (12,643 ft), Doyle Peak (11,460 ft), Fremont Peak (11,969 ft), and Agassiz Peak (12,365 ft). The peaks are considered sacred and figure prominently in the mythology of the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, and Havasupai tribes. The name "San Francisco" was given to the peaks by Spanish friars in 1629, over 140 years before the City by the Golden Gate was given that name. ...

Forest Fairies

Forest Fairies This place is NAGOYA CYTY ,Japan. ...

Kuba

Kuba ...

Magellan Still Sails the Distant Seas

Magellan Still Sails the Distant Seas This is the last of my series of shots of the milky way over the pinnacles at Nambung National Park, Western Australia. The foreground is a similar outcropping of rocks of previous photos, but this shot captures more of the sky and in some better detail. The Small Magellanic Clouds gets a look in (center right), but I am fortunate to get some fantastic detail of the Large Magellanic Cloud, an "irregular" satellite galaxy to the milky way (the blue ball just right of the milky way). The blue "sparkles" around it are the many clusters and nebulae that this galaxy is famous for (including the Tarantula nebula). The image is a stitch of four exposures, taken one after the other. The first was a focused on the pinnacles in the foreground, and the others were at a different exposure time / ISO spanning around 70 degrees vertical. Alas, I was trying a higher ISO for the sky, but a fair bit of noise has crept in, particularly closer to the horizon. Live and learn... ...

Wonder Boy

Wonder Boy Dreamy with wondering ...