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- Skógafoss is a waterfall situated on the Skógá River in the south of Iceland at the cliffs of the former coastline. After the coastline had receded seaward, the former sea cliffs remained, parallel to the coast over hundreds of kilometres, creating together with some mountains a clear border between the coastal lowlands and the Highlands of Iceland.
- Fjaðrárgljúfur is a canyon in south east Iceland. The Fjaðrá river flows through it. The canyon has steep walls and winding water. It is up to 100 m deep and about 2 kilometres long. It is located near the Ring Road, not far from the village of Kirkjubæjarklaustur. Its origins dates back to the cold periods of the Ice Age, about two million years ago.
- Tehran is the capital of Iran and Tehran Province. With a population of around 8.7 million in the city and 15 million in the larger metropolitan area of Greater Tehran, Tehran is the most populous city in Iran and Western Asia, and has the second-largest metropolitan area in the Middle East.
- The United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves was a pluricontinental monarchy formed by the elevation of the Portuguese colony named State of Brazil to the status of a kingdom and by the simultaneous union of that Kingdom of Brazil with the Kingdom of Portugal and the Kingdom of the Algarves, constituting a single state consisting of three kingdoms.
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- Aceh Jaya Regency is a regency of Aceh Special Region, Indonesia. It is located on the island of Sumatra. The regency covers an area of 3,812.99 square kilometres and according to the 2010 census had a population of 76,782 people; the latest official estimate is 92,893.
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Going for a northern lights hunt, but ending up making shots of the famous skogafoss. Night was freezing cold, below -6 degrees, all in ice, and the spraying water from the waterfall has made ice on the camera lens. But, this still came out. The lens is f4 and the nightsky was superdark, so brightness had to be, despite illumination, put up quite a lot,..also denosing, since iso was over moderately high
Whenever I feel down, you’d find me on the loft of my apartment, listening to Casey or Basement and paint with loud movements. It’s relaxing and it’s a necessity to me. I unload of all these messy and relatively negative thoughts, they all find a home on the canvas, and with a picture of it they’re all just memories.
I love taking aerial shots. Nothing compares to the shores of a country and the waves of the beach. The colours and landscape of that which is offered always blows my mind. You gotta squeeze every creative drop out of these moments because they uniquely will never be experienced again.
Two friends and I found ourself on a road trip Saturday morning for for a photoshoot for an online clothing business called ‘Garb’. Bags packed with a Canon DSLR camera and a Mavic 2 Pro with a Hasselblad camera. Needless to say we enjoyed our time and got creative with some shots on the shore of Terrigal, Central Coast, NSW Australia.
Vivid colors belie the arid landscape of northern Chile where the Atacama Desert, one of the world's driest, meets the foothills of the Andes. Here salt pans and gorges choked with mineral-streaked sediments give way to white-capped volcanoes.
In far northern Canada, pulses of freshwater flow down rivers after inland ice and snow melts. These pulses, known as a freshet, carry huge amounts of sediment. The sediment seen in this image flowed into the Beaufort Sea from the Mackenzie River, the longest northward-flowing river in North America.
I drove past a greenish lake. On the ground, it looked like what I would call a swamp. But, I thought it would be interesting to see what an aerial view would look like. I found this intriguing pattern from above. I don’t believe that it’s good for the lake life, but it is a fascinating pattern.
In 2017 in Septembre, me and my fiancé back in the days, we took a trip to South Africa. We travelled from East to West and ended up on our last day in Cape Town. It was barely lunch time and two hours before our flight back, when we decided to rest after climbing the Lion Head. My fiance was exhausted and stayed to chill at the bar with a cold beverage keeping her company and me I went to the beach and took that shot. This picture was my desktop wallpaper for a while after reminding me about these days. And I have to say, South Africa, we will return again!
This was my first time trying to get a reflection shot and it is by far one of my favorites. The house is a beautiful house in the middle of Bruges which is strategically placed in an alleway and gives off a vibrant light all year round.
In the style of Van Gogh's painting "Starry Night," massive congregations of greenish phytoplankton swirl in the dark water around Gotland, a Swedish island in the Baltic Sea. Phytoplankton are microscopic marine plants that form the first link in nearly all ocean food chains. Population explosions, or blooms, of phytoplankton, like the one shown here, occur when deep currents bring nutrients up to sunlit surface waters, fueling the growth and reproduction of these tiny plants.
We were flying our drone when the Parks Ministry flew in with a helicopter, we tried to get our drone grounded asap, but the heli came in too soon, so we hid in the bushes hoping nobody would see us as our drone flew 500m overhead. Eventually they left just before our batteries died, with only enough time to land. What a day.
Straight highways fan out like spokes on a wheel from the Argentine city of San Luis. To the right of the city are croplands that resemble colorful confetti. Founded in 1594, San Luis lies at the tip of the Sierra de San Luis and is largely surrounded by flat-to-rolling fertile plains.
Clouds encircle the lofty rim of Africa's Mount Elgon, a huge, long-extinct volcano on the border between Uganda and Kenya. The solitary volcano has one of the world's largest intact calderas, a cauldron-like central depression. The caldera is about 6.5 kilometers (4 miles) across and formed following an eruption, when the emptied magma chamber collapsed under the weight of volcanic rock above it.