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New on 500px : Green fields by bezdan by bezdan

BJelasnica, Sarajevo – Bosnia-Herzegovina

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New on 500px : Huay Mae Kamin by pat138241 by pat138241

Huay Mae Kamin, Thailand waterfall in Kanjanaburi

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New on 500px : Dark Divide by MichaelBollino by MichaelBollino

Between Mount Adams and Mount Saint Helens lies the Dark Divide, an area of dense forest and high ridges full of incredible creeks and waterfalls. The Dark Divide is the epicenter for mythology surrounding Big Foot. I couldn’t help feeling as though I had company while exploring this rarely shot area.

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New on 500px : Adventures Tale by Sebastian_Wahlhuetter by Sebastian_Wahlhuetter

When it comes to adventure, for me the key is to be able to adapted to the unexpected. Adventure often implies being on far and remote destinations however in my opinion it is more like a state of mind. Leave your comfort zone and you will find endless opportunities literally around your corner.

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“This dog just appeared out of nowhere and followed us for an entire week during our trekking trip in the Himalayan outback. He always used to sleep in front of our tent and guarded us in the nights. When I decided to get up at 4 a.m. to climb the next 5000 m peak for sunrise he accompanied me as well. On the top he was sitting for the entire 30 minutes on this place looking straight into the countryside. I’m normally quite reserved towards dogs, but this one became a real friend to me. Ladakh | India

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New on 500px : Princes Pier by DebashisTalukdar by DebashisTalukdar

This is perhaps a favourite hangout for many-a-Melbourne-based photographer. The post-piles are the remnants of what used to make up Princes Pier. At one time, this timber pier used to extend out into the waters of Port Philip Bay, and was the landing for many seafaring vessels. After falling into disrepair, a project in the late 2000s did away with the top of the pier, and constructed a concrete pier which now serves as a local park of sorts to visitors. It is a common spot for anglers to spend some time trying to take something home.
On this particular autumn morning in 2013, I had taken a drive that way after seeing that the sunrise was looking very promising. A few anglers had already pitched their spots and were sharing stories as I showed up to take this particular shot. I am quite happy to say that very little has been done to this image from its version that came straight out of camera – which is an indication that the light and conditions were just perfect. The stillness of the water was the result of a combination of there being very little wind in the morning, and from using an ND400 filter.

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