Shoreline, Mono Lake | G Dan Mitchell Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

Shoreline, Mono Lake | G Dan Mitchell Photography A hazy summer morning along the shareline of Mono Lake.Shoreline, Mono Lake. © Copyright 2012 G Dan Mitchell – all rights reserved.A hazy summer morning along the shareline of Mono Lake.Perhaps you see a few of my photographs and read the accompanying text… in which case you may already know my Mono Lake story: I’m attracted to the immense space and profound quite and stillness of the place, more so than specific…

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Mono Morning | G Dan Mitchell Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

Mono Morning | G Dan Mitchell Photography Morning light and hazy atmosphere above Mono Lake.Mono Morning. © Copyright 2012 G Dan Mitchell – all rights reserved.Morning light and hazy atmosphere above Mono Lake.Mono Lake is, of course, particularly known for the tufa formations found along its shoreline and in the close-in shallow waters. These remarkable features were formed underwater and revealed as the lake’s water level dropped. (By looking at the surrounding hills you can observe evidence of much higher…

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First Northern Lights Timelapse – Timelapse Travels – Time Lapse Photography Article

First Northern Lights Timelapse – Timelapse Travels I was in Jasper national park two weeks ago and got a surprising opportunity to photograph the northern lights! It was our last day in the park and we had to leave early to get to the airport. We decided to try some astrophotography from 2 AM to 5 AM and head out from there. For those that dont know – – Jasper national park in Canada is the world’s second largest dark…

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George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography When we decided we had time to squeeze in a weekend away somewhere this spring, we thought it would be nice to see some red squirrels. I asked a friend from Flickr, Peter Trimming, for a suggestion as he has photographed red squirrels just about everywhere they can still be found in the UK. He very kindly recommended Forest How Guest House, in the Lake District, where owner John has spent the last three years…

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George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography This post is part of a series about our trip to British Columbia & Alberta, Canada. Maligne Lake – DesaturatedThis is a medium format 5:4 version of my popular Maligne Lake photo.I’m reduced the saturation, to concentrate the image on the light and shade of the landscape, and simplify the view to its most basic elements. It offers an alternative option to the colourful original, for a more muted surroundings.Landscape Photography, Maligne…

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George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography This post is part of a series about our trip to British Columbia & Alberta, Canada. I really didn’t expect to get to see beavers. Not only are they nocturnal, but also (at least, I thought) shy and timid creatures. But we were given a tip-off by a kind lady at the Stanley Park Nature House in Vancouver. She told us where and when we might find beavers in Stanley Park. Apparently one had appeared at…

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George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography A couple of weeks ago I took another visit to Priory Country Park, in Bedford. I went looking for some more Common Terns, but when I arrived I found they’d moved off already, making their way North for the winter migration. So I took the opportunity to concentrate on Bedford’s year-round residents – the Mute Swans.   I got lucky with a nice sunset, and I picked a spot…

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George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography   I first noticed the Common Terns in June 2011. I’d never visited Priory Country Park before, and I was just there to see what sort of wildlife would be living so close to Bedford town centre. Right from my first visit, I was taken by these characterful summer migrants, and I set myself the challenge of photographing them in a new and interesting way. Well summer…

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