What kind of rock is this?
This kind of beauty is literally on the side of the road in Alaska. This isn’t even a place with a name. Just a place between places.
Panorama, 5 photos, 50mm F8.0. 1DS MK II.
Click to see full-sized.
This is a lake near Alyeska in Alaska. My little brother and I went off to explore. While he was making 360 degree panoramas with his Ipad I took this shot 🙂
Canon 1DS MK II, 70-200mm F4L at 70mm. 2 brackets.
This was taken in Denali National Park, probably the most beautiful and untouched place I have ever visited. The lighting on this day was spectacular. Click for full size.
Technical info: Canon 1DS MK II, 70-200 F4L at 122 MM, F8.0. Blend of 5 exposures in Photomatix. B&W conversion using Nik Silver Effex followed by dodging and burning.
My family was staying in a hotel in an old gold-mining town. In the evening we decided to go for a little walk. We stumbled upon this tool shed and a bunch of other creepy buildings. Also there were tons of mosquitoes.
Have you ever seen a storm in the distance? The Alaska air is so clear that you can literally see different weather miles and miles away.
This blog is shifting its focus to landscape photography, which is my current interest!