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New on 500px : Morning Swim by terenceleezy by terenceleezy

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Just doing my morning swim in my backyard. 🙂

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New on 500px : whatever by DustinGent by DustinGent

I usually don’t do quotes – too cliche for my liking – but this actually is pretty powerful

“An interesting story that someone told me once is that in Belfast, by what street someone lives on you can tell not only their religion but tell how much money they’re making — literally by which side of the road they live on, because the further up the hill the more expensive the houses become. You can almost tell what the people are earning by the name of the street they live on and what side of that street they live on. That said something to me, and so I started writing about a place where the streets have no name….”

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New on 500px : Kirkjufell mountain and waterfalls by Heliomedia by Heliomedia

View of Kirkjufell mountain and Kirkjufellfoss waterfall on the northern shore of the Snaefellsnes peninsula in Iceland.

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New on 500px : Hydrotopia by MichaelBollino by MichaelBollino

Last week I was lucky enough to spend a very long and very eye opening day with Brian Kibbons exploring little visited locations in Washington State’s Gifford Pinchot National Forest. To say the least, it was the most excited I’ve felt about shooting waterfalls and creeks in a very long time. So much new ground to cover and explore. This image was taken in the most spectacular waterfall location I’ve visited and may surpass any location I’ve seen in the Columbia River Gorge. My mind was absolutely blown. Brian, with his photographic memory, drove us down seemingly endless miles of forest service roads, screeching to a halt when I saw a small pink ribbon tied to a tree. “This is our Spot.” We grabbed our bags and bushwhacked down a steep and burly hillside for a while before popping out just down stream from this falls. When I saw what we were heading for I just shook my head and started smiling. Can’t wait to get back into this area again.

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New on 500px : waterfalls at sun set by yang638752 by yang638752

the beautiful sun set with waterfalls is very nice!

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New on 500px : Upper Navajo Falls by dswindler by dswindler

During the big flood of 2008, several new waterfalls were formed as the power of nature forged a new path for Havasu Creek. This is the first of the new waterfalls called Upper Navajo Falls. Although the Havasupai area isn’t back to its former glory prior to 2008, its nice to see that nature is slowly rebuilding. This shot is a manual blend of 3 different exposures. I used a 10-stop ND filter to smooth out the water and help enhance the reflected glow.

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New on 500px : The Rush of the Midnight Sun by TrevorAnderson by TrevorAnderson

Catch the rush of the midnight sun.
Day and night becoming one.
Nowhere particular to be,
but at the foot of the mountains that come before me.
Shutter open for all the light I’m seeing;
translates to an image of the joy of being.

This is another in the Eastern Fjords’ series from my recent Iceland trip. I liked the low lying clouds and alignment of the mountains in this particular scene. Enjoy!

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