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third of my NHM trilogy  Keep posting my pictures from last september London trip   To see the whole tour you can have a look at the map on my facebook page   My Social presence: Facebook Pinterest 500px Fluidr Instagram FlickRiver  Nikon D7000 + Sigma Wideangle 8-16mm HDR from 3 shots, handheld DxO, Noiseware, Photomatix, Photoshop, Nik Silver Efex Pro   Day 3, Natural History Museum

third of my NHM trilogy Keep posting my pictures from last

Milky way scientists    Earth Shot Of the Day    Saturday, 30th June 2012    Light And Shadow    By Alex Noreiga      Eastern Washington's Palouse farmlands, photographed in late afternoon from Steptoe Butte. Clouds passing in front of the sun created the dappled light.    Equipment: Nikon D7000, AF Nikkor 70-210mm f/4-5.6    For HQ version :    http://www.earthshots.org/2012/06/light-and-shadow-by-alex-noriega/

Light and Shadow by Alex Noriega - Eastern Washington's Palouse farmlands, photographed in late afternoon from Steptoe Butte

L2M1AP2: Ugly light – facing midday sun and reflection off lake. Nikon D7000 with 18-55mm lens. P mode setting; f/6.3, 1/160 exposure time, EV +1.7, WB 5300. No flash, ISO 100, 55mm focal length. Shot freehand at ground level. Highlights and shadows adjustments and cropping done in Lightroom.

L2M1AP2: Ugly light – facing midday sun and reflection off lake. Nikon D7000 with 18-55mm lens. P mode setting; f/6.3, 1/160 exposure time, EV +1.7, WB 5300. No flash, ISO 100, 55mm focal length. Shot freehand at ground level. Highlights and shadows adjustments and cropping done in Lightroom.

L2M2AP2: Indoor lighting with gold or silver reflector.  Nikon D7000 with 18-55mm lens. Manual mode; f/5.6, 1/50 sec exposure time, EV0, WB4738. No flash, ISO 100, 55mm focal length. Shot using a tripod with timer with homemade silver reflector (alfoil). Adjusted exposure, shadows and whites and spot removal in Lightroom.

L2M2AP2: Indoor lighting with gold or silver reflector. Nikon D7000 with 18-55mm lens. Manual mode; f/5.6, 1/50 sec exposure time, EV0, WB4738. No flash, ISO 100, 55mm focal length. Shot using a tripod with timer with homemade silver reflector (alfoil). Adjusted exposure, shadows and whites and spot removal in Lightroom.

Spaceweather.com Realtime Image Gallery Aurora at Marshall Point Lighthouse, Maine  The awe-inspiring green and purple colors of the Northern Lights spiked up early this morning while I was shooting the Milky Way down at Marshall Point Lighthouse in Port Clyde. This photo was taken about 5 feet from the base of the tower. I really like the shadow rays of light coming from the top of the lighthouse itself. The “leaning tower” is caused by the barrel distortion via my wide angle lens – I…

Summer aurora at Maine's Marshall Point Lighthouse - breathtaking! (credit Mike Taylor, via EarthSky News)

Current bike, 2011 Specialized Crosstrail.

Current bike, 2011 Specialized Crosstrail.

Mike Taylor combined 65 frames from a static time lapse of our host galaxy, the Milky Way, to create this composite image. The photo was captured from Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park, Maine.

Star Trails and Milky Way Shine over Lighthouse in Dazzling Photo

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