Customer asked for 130″ wide print. So I had to break it into 3 panels. Had to say I was surprised how nice it turned out. Was somewhat a trick to route edges of 3 panels simultaneously but finally all worked out fine.
Manarola is a small town, a frazione of the comune (municipality) of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. It is the second-smallest of the famous Cinque Terre towns frequented by tourists. Manarola may be the oldest of the towns in the Cinque Terre dating from 1338.
While in Calgary it’s still dry and sunny, mountains are already half way in winter.
Its been a while since I was going out to look for new places to photograph. This time it turned out to be mostly about ice. Many times I felt regret that I didn’t bring any soda with me as I was near unique opportunity to have 10,000 year rocks in my drink.
Anyway. Here is the cave inside Athabasca glacier! Enjoy.
Nikon D800E 17 – 35 f2.8, 24mm; 2 sec; f/11; ISO 100
And this is Nick who was kind enough to give me a kick, that got me out of multi-month photographic coma and put me on a trail again. Thank you Nick!
On the way down
Thanks for stopping by and stay tuned. More to come!
Finally some heavy snow falls in the mountains made it look like winter for a change. Looking forward to open skiing season soon!
Nikon D800E – 24-70 f2.8 – 24mm – ISO 100 – f7 – 1/100
A bit more of beautiful Alberta fall before it’s all over. This aspen panorama has a bit more air for some reason…
Nikon D800E, 17-35mm, 35mm, ISO 200, F10, 1/50s.
Thought I’d see how the last piece look framed. I think this scene has something in it making it look very interesting.
More of the follow up from the show.
The first copy of the center piece – “The Spirit Island” is now sold. As well as the scene from Antelope Canyon – “In The Spotlight”. Only 4 copies of this image are outstanding before the series of 50 is fully sold out.
Emily was helping to answer questions as my vocal chords were taking a break 🙂
Ran on to a cool man in a kilt walking a dog along the river today 🙂
Nikon D800E, 24-70mm, ISO 100, 70mm, F2.8, 1/2000s.
Nikon D800E, 24-70mm, ISO 100, 48mm, F2.8, 1/640s.