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Light from Above on Flickr.

Light from Above on Flickr.

Pray on Flickr.

Pray on Flickr.

Man’s best friend on Flickr.
A dazzle. on Flickr.

A dazzle. on Flickr.

Leica M Monochrom Test Shots

Nature on Flickr.

Nature on Flickr.

Sophia’s World on Flickr.

Sophia’s World on Flickr.

Golden Gate Bridge on Flickr.
The Golden Gate

The Golden Gate

They say this won’t hurt a bit.  #explosivedecompression on Flickr.

The Secret Lives of Plants.  Leica M + Nocti and Macro Adapter

Spaceman.  Leica M + Noctilux + Macro Adapter on Flickr.
Meta: Photographing the M3 with the Leica M (240) + Noctilux + Macro on Flickr.
“Sunrise on December 31st, 2012, at Ushuaia, the world’s southernmost city, was scheduled to be at 4:59. After an all too early wake up call, I positioned myself high above the harbor to shoot down the Beagle Channel, hoping for at least a hint of red. The morning looked more promising than any other this week, you could see blue sky amidst ribbon-like clouds floating above the Channel and nearby Martial Range. By 6:15, I was able to photograph red clouds just above the harbor. Decent, but nothing to write home about. By 6:45, the red clouds had faded so I packed up my D800 and was just about to call it a morning when I took another look. The sun had burst through the clouds, bathing the entire harbor in a beautiful orange glow, with striated shadows all along the horizon. On the last day of 2012 at the end of the Earth, I saw the best sunrise of my life. “

“Sunrise on December 31st, 2012, at Ushuaia, the world’s southernmost city, was scheduled to be at 4:59. After an all too early wake up call, I positioned myself high above the harbor to shoot down the Beagle Channel, hoping for at least a hint of red. The morning looked more promising than any other this week, you could see blue sky amidst ribbon-like clouds floating above the Channel and nearby Martial Range. By 6:15, I was able to photograph red clouds just above the harbor. Decent, but nothing to write home about. By 6:45, the red clouds had faded so I packed up my D800 and was just about to call it a morning when I took another look. The sun had burst through the clouds, bathing the entire harbor in a beautiful orange glow, with striated shadows all along the horizon. On the last day of 2012 at the end of the Earth, I saw the best sunrise of my life. “

Out of the way places… on Flickr.