Halloween Forest by kilianschoenberger

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Today in the morning I involuntary plundered right into a struggle between these two tree ghosts. The trees have eyes. Sometimes it’s really scary out there in the woods with those gnarled trees around shrouded by fog and dimly lit by the twilight of the dawn

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Fog by MF-Photography

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…this is a foggy Morning in the Woods i hope you like it and thank you for a awesome Time 😉

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Bagan by ApisakKanjanapusit

Bagan (Burmese: ပုဂံ; MLCTS: pu.gam, IPA: [bəɡàɴ]; formerly Pagan) is an ancient city located in the Mandalay Region of Burma (Myanmar). From the 9th to 13th centuries, the city was the capital of the Kingdom of Pagan, the first kingdom to unify the regions that would later constitute modern Myanmar. During the kingdom’s height between the 11th and 13th centuries, over 10,000 Buddhist temples, pagodas and monasteries were constructed in the Bagan plains alone, of which the remains of over 2200 temples and pagodas still survive to the present day.

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Reach by npieters

I uploaded this photo before (but this is cropped differently) in different colours. These were the original colours, as I’d set my whitebalance on shadow.

Taken in Holland.

Post-processing: I changed the contrast, darkened the edges and reduced noise.

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Liberating from Samsara by ArturStanisz

Photography is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get.
This is its greatness and pitfall because it challenges ones ability to react to rapidly changing and usually hard to forecast light conditions. The photographer might be ready to shoot certain landscape, have great, carefully chosen and distinguished composition capturing amazing natural wonder, the best equipment to use, but light or weather conditions can easily prohibit perfect photo execution.
In situations like this some photographers might see a loss, I see an opportunity.
If light doesn’t happen in the chosen direction I don’t pack my gear and go, but I look around trying to find the composition that could complement the light happening in the opposite direction. This is exactly what happened with this photo.
Everybody who has ever visited Patagonia can vouch that Patagonian forest with its bonsai –like trees is one of the most fascinating jewels of Patagonia. Since I saw Patagonia’s trees for the first time their shapes, strength and raw beauty mesmerized me. I took many photos of them, but only just a few have been able to show the essence of Patagonia’s landscape.
For this particular evening when I took this photo I planned totally different composition, the one that was suppose to showcase big mountains in the background. Unfortunately, the light above the mountains was not happening. So I quickly looked around and decided to take the opportunity of this phenomenal light that was occurring in exactly opposite direction. Shortly afterwards I noticed this dead tree. It looked as if it was reaching for the sky begging for liberation. It was old and tired as if it experienced many fights with Patagonian wind.

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Tree of Happiness by AaronGroen

For several days now I have been struggling to come up with a title for this image. Then an hour ago we got the news that our baby girls will be coming home next week. I am overwhelmed with happiness right now.

Taken in eastern South Dakota April 22 2015 4am, 10 shot panorama, Canon EOS 6D and Canon EF 16–35mm lens, 20 second exposures f/2.8 6400iso.
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