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New on 500px : Mt St Helens Twilight Cavern by kevinmcneal by kevinmcneal

I have visited Mt St Helens every year since I began photography and it never fails to disappoint. I was always am impressed with the variety of color you can find on this mountain in terms of wildflowers. This was in a valley i took while exploring this mountain near Johnson Ridge..
Thanks for looking – much appreciated !

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New on 500px : Subtle Magnetism by candacebartlett by candacebartlett

This really needs to be viewed on black, so please click on the image.

Mount Baker glows in the Summer evening light. This was taken during an enjoyable week long trip last year with my boyfriend through the North Cascades in Washington State.

The title comes from a favorite quote of mine: “I believe that there is a subtle magnetism in Nature, which, if we unconsciously yield to it, will direct us aright.” ~ Thoreau

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New on 500px : As Luck Would Have It by alexnoriega by alexnoriega

Looks best on black.

An image from this spring up on the Rowena Crest. Got some nice color on quickly-changing lenticulars around sunset one evening with TEEDGEPEEDGE and aFein. It had initially looked like we were going to get skunked, but we got lucky with a break in the sky at the right time. Maybe it was this horseshoe formation of balsamroot that brought us that luck?

Utilized a perspective blend to achieve this composition. I normally would have liked to have the tree more prominent in the frame, but I felt this cloud formation needed to be showcased without distractions.

Sorry for reposting if you saw this yesterday, decided not to have multiple images up during the shenanigans.
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New on 500px : Stunned by RyanDyar by RyanDyar

Figured I’d toss this one up before the big influx of Mount Saint Helens shots flood your guys’ flow in the coming weeks.

I’m out for the weekend to hunt some lesser known waterfalls. I’ll report back on how much poison oak I get.

Anyways, I recently released a tutorial video that covers some of the techniques I use in my processing. I also lead in-field workshops, teach processing online via Skype screen sharing, and blah blah blah.

Also, I’m happy to announce that I will be co-leading a tour in March with my friend Arild Heitmann! 10 epic days of chasing light across Norway. Mountains, beaches, beaches with mountains, Aurora, long arctic sunrises and sunsets. It’s destined to be the trip of lifetime!

You can check it all out at Ryan Dyar Photography.

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New on 500px : Mt St Helens Sunrise by kevinmcneal by kevinmcneal

This was taken a few years ago from the Johnson Ridge area on Mt St Helens. At the time there was some surrounding wildfires which really helped with the atmospheric conditions that morning. I am looking forward to getting up there again this year as spring has it very early this year up there.
Thanks for looking !

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New on 500px : Life Among the Ruins by davidleahy by davidleahy

It is so beautiful when the wild flowers are in bloom on Mt. St. Helens. I stayed into the night and got to see the Milky Way over the mountain, as well.

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New on 500px : A Glimpse of Paradise by alexnoriega by alexnoriega

Looks best on black.

An image from a couple years ago up at Paradise at Mount Rainier, looking back toward the Tatoosh Range. I posted something from this evening back then, but I somehow missed this exposure where the moon was catching a glimpse of Paradise through a MOONHOLE (credit jSwan) in the fast-moving clouds.

I’ve never posted more than a single image in a day, but I’ve had these finished files lying around for a long time – and it’s a SPECIAL OCCASION! The occasion is that I have been really bad about posting stuff for the last few months. I’m very sorry for any inconVEEFience caused by this deluge of non-groundbreaking imagery!

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Check out this workshop Alex Mody and I are offering this September in Olympic National Park (only four spots remaining): http://ift.tt/1nfoq70

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New on 500px : Grand Spring – Grand Teton National Park by WildernessAdventureImages by WildernessAdventureImages

I will forever return to my favorite park in the NPS system, something about these mountains that rise above sage brush plains that keep calling me back. This year my focus was timing the arrowleaf balsamroot bloom in the flats of the valley. I timed it ok… 😉 This year’s bloom didn’t disappoint, even if I didn’t get the spectacular pink sunrise I’d envisioned in my mind.

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New on 500px : Luck by DustinGent by DustinGent

On the way back from spending the weekend in the Olympics with my wife, I talked her into letting me try my luck at MSH. NOAA forecasted 22% cloud cover at sunrise – however when Mt. St. Helens was first visible from the road, there were no clouds.

An hour later, there were some clouds. Flowers are still blooming, so if you haven’t visited here yet, fear not as it will be prime within a few weeks.

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New on 500px : Elemental by RyanDyar by RyanDyar

Just want to toss up this reprocessed shot real quick while I have a few minutes of down time.

I had to pull a tick off of my “man-plums” last night after shooting. I also have to send my new a7r back to Sony for repair. The Aloe plant I have had for years has died after repotting it. But I got a new shot over the weekend, so I guess I’ve got that going for me.

Anyways, I recently released a tutorial video that covers some of the techniques I use in my processing (ones that were used in the making of this image). I also lead in-field workshops, teach processing online via Skype screen sharing, and blah blah blah.

Also, I’m happy to announce that I will be co-leading a tour in March with my friend Arild Heitmann! 10 epic days of chasing light across Norway. Mountains, beaches, beaches with mountains, Aurora, long arctic sunrises and sunsets. It’s destined to be the trip of lifetime!

You can check it all out at Ryan Dyar Photography.

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