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Cascade snow melt cascades down the North Fork Nooksack River near Glacier, WA:


North Fork Nooksack River
120 second exposure with Canon 50D, EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5, and Lee Big Stopper.


North Fork Nooksack River
300 second exposure with Canon 50D, EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5, and Lee Big Stopper.


A few shots to kick off macro season:


Carrot Supernova
10 images shot with Canon 50D and MP-E 65mm at 2x using 0.24mm steps with a Cognisys StackShot and stacked in Zerene Stacker. Backlit with MT-24EX @ 1/32 with diffusion gels.


British Soldier Lichen on moss
38 images shot with Canon 50D and MP-E 65mm at 5x using 0.06mm steps with a Cognisys StackShot and stacked in Zerene Stacker. Lit with MT-24EX @ 1/8 with diffusion gels.


White Primrose
58 images shot with Canon 50D and MP-E 65mm at 2x using 0.26mm steps with a Cognisys StackShot and stacked in Zerene Stacker. Forward and backlit with MT-24EX @ 1/16 with diffusion gels.


Purple Pansy
18 images shot with Canon 50D and MP-E 65mm at 2x using 0.22mm steps with a Cognisys StackShot and stacked in Zerene Stacker. Lit with MT-24EX @ 1/16 with diffusion gels.
 

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I took this picture of my deck today at noon with a Canon Rebel.



At the time it was 16 inches. At the end of the day it was 21.5 inches.

My truck at noon;



Sometimes I miss living in Ocean Springs.
 

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I took this picture of my deck today at noon with a Canon Rebel.

At the time it was 16 inches. At the end of the day it was 21.5 inches.

My truck at noon;

Sometimes I miss living in Ocean Springs.
Your pics are causing me to have PTSD flashbacks of living in DC... :(
 

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This is Breath Taking.:9:
Is that a Lens filter?
Thanks, the river is beautiful up there. I wanted to make it to Nooksack Falls just upstream for a shot but the road and parking were closed due to snow. Heading back and hiking in when weather and parking allow.

The Lee Big Stopper is a 4x4 glass 10 stop neutral density filter used in conjunction with the Lee 100mm filter holder. Like an IR filter, it's completely black to the naked eye so very little light passes through making extra long exposures possible.

This video covers some of the Big Stopper basics:

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/cSPVTK0WsBI" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

And this one gives a tour of the Lee factory and the creation of their resin filters:

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/lMu_m203YaY" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
 

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A few pictures I took in Gettysburg recently;
The Mississippi Memorial






Unfortunaly I didn't get a good pictire of the La memorial...Too much shadow. I'm still learning.
 

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