#834. An icy post – with light (and a destination)

#834. An icy post – with light (and a destination)

A photographic essay about the life of the ice at the edge of a lake as temperatures get higher.

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#616. High Arctic Photography

#616. High Arctic Photography

  I had the privilege of spending 10 nights inside the Arctic Circle in Longyearbyen, Svalbard in late March. It’s a geographically remote, harsh but beautiful place. It’s some 2,000 km north of Oslo, Norway and is the most northern permanent settlement in the world. The North Pole is another

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#505. World Photography Day: Have You Uploaded Your Pic ? (& the week-end round-up)

#505. World Photography Day: Have You Uploaded Your Pic ? (& the week-end round-up)

Today is World Photography Day. According to , “The date celebrates August 19, 1839, when the French government bought the patent for the daguerreotype and released it free to the world” (fancy that, a generous government, who’d have thought). This article shares other interesting snippets. For instance, the term photo

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#86. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds

Ahhh, what a refreshing post. No reviews. No f/2.8 to f/8 comparisons. No interchanging of adapters to pitch lenses back to back. I know, I know. This post will get 200 views when the others top 20k, but who cares, I’m in it for the fun 😉 Refreshing as well

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#31. Frozen amoeba

One cold morning last winter, having spotted a goshawk diving onto a group of pigeons eating wild seeds on the ground, I followed it into a field in the hope of making pictures of the hunt. Having only a 50mm lens with me, the resulting pictures were weak and boring

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