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Emerald Bay Ruins

Ruins?

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I wanted to share this image because I love the detail (at least there is a lot of detail in the original), and the techniques that were used by the people that built the hotel that evokes such feelings of ancient mystery. I haven’t found that hotels or resorts pay that much attention to detail or take the extra steps …

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Rotunda

Rotunda

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Is the jungle taking over?  It looks like it, but I don’t think so… This is a follow-up to the previous post, “Distressed”. This was shot with my new Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8 lens at 14mm.  Taken from the balcony of the hotel, this shows a different perspective of the rotundas on the back side of buildings.  I like this view …

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Distressed Rotunda - Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay

Distressed

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In February I spent some time in Mazatlan, Mexico (which is one reason why I haven’t posted anything recently). I wanted to try some HDR photography while there, but did not have access to a tripod. Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting some “Hand-Held HDR” or H3DR photos. I’ve been debating about which photos to post first, and …

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Portland Union Station HDR

Portland Union Station

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This is the result of my first HDR attempt.  By that I mean going out with my camera with the intent of taking a bracketed set of photos to produce an HDR image. As usual, I happy, and I’m not.  I’m actually quite happy about the final outcome – yes I know, I can hear several of you who know …

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Wizard Island in Infared

Wizard Island @ Crater Lake

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It’s cold outside this morning and I was thinking about our camping trip to Crater Lake this last August. It had been nearly in the 100s the week before we were there, and it was in the 90s the week after we left. The five days that we were there it was very cold – temperatures down the the low …

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