1/160 s at F/5, ISO 320, focal length: 200mm, 13 Apr 2008, above Strzecha Akademicka, Karkonosze
Photographed with Canon EOS 30D, EF 70-200 f4L, handheld
This image was taken during our early spring trip to Karkonosze. We slept at Strzecha Akademicka and I went out to photograph at sunrise. This is just after the sunrise, with the sun off the right edge to retain the beautiful muted palette of colours.
1/320 s at F/8, ISO 100, Av, focal length: 55mm, 2011/11/13, Kalenica Bukowa, góry Sowie
Photographed with Canon EOS 30D, EF-S 17-55 f/2.8, handheld.
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A beautiful day. We left very early ;) (9:30 which is middle of the night when speaking of getting the whole family up, fed and into the car) and spent the whole day walking one of our favourite trails, from Przełęcz Jugowska to Kalenica Bukowa via Rymarz. The night was frosty and foggy so in shaded areas there was still some frost on the ground. It was warm and the view from the obsrervation tower at Kalenica were simply breathtaking. I have brought more images to work on then I hoped for.
As this is the 200th post, as has become now a tradition I'm offering a print of your choice from what's been shown here. Just e-mail me.
|Sunrise at Stawy Milickie|
1/8000 s F/4.5 ISO 400 EF70-200f4L at 188mm, handheld
I think I prefer sunrises. the transition from darkness to light. the beginning and not the end. the effort it takes to rise early and be there and watch the world wake.
|Burnt Macchia, Corse|
1/5o s F/7.1 ISO 400 EF-S 17-55 at 17mm, polarizer, handheld
|Wodospad Szumy, dolina Będkowska|
18o s F/11 ISO 100 EF-S 17-55 at 35mm, tripod mounted, 17:48, 24-09-2011
A short brake from the Corsican adventure here, pictures from this sunny weekend trip to Dolina Będkowska near Cracow. Mostly a family meeting, but I managed to slip away to photograph this small waterfall, next to a very frequented rock, poetically called by climbers (and on maps as well) Dupa Słonia (the Elephant's Ass)
|Double headed horse, Church of San Marcello, Aleria|
|San Marcello, Aleria|
In front of the fort is the church of San Marcello built in 1886 but (as far as I can understand) in place of the much older structure dating from early middle ages (one of the five cathedrals built in Corse during XII c). The sculptures featured above are on the southern wall of the church. Does anyone can tell me what is written here?
1/25 s F8 ISO 100 EF-S 17-55 @28mm 8/17/2011 1:49 pm
We're back! I'll be posting now images taken during our vacation, so stay tuned. I managed to gather some material for my two ongoing projects, one old and one in the making - I'll write more later.