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September 9th, 2016
Taken on a drizzly, gray day in March 2016. Just before sunset, the sky turned a beautiful shade of purple that had me running down to the harbor to get this shot. The Fujifilm X100S has a built-in ND filter which, in conjunction with its relatively wide 23mm lens, makes it perfect for these sorts of hyperfocal landscapes.
Copyright Derrick Treichler. All rights reserved.
Fujifilm X100S, tripod, ND filter, Adobe Lightroom.
Map: -44.6697, 167.9223
August 1st, 2016
Taken at Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada while hiking to the other end of the lake. The colour of the water, canoes and trees made for a nice composition.
Adobe Lightroom CS.
Sony Alpha NEX-7, Sony E PZ 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 OSS.
Photo Settings: 47mm, f/8, 1/125 second, ISO 200.
Map: 51.4121, 116.2332
July 23rd, 2016
The form of the coastline around Durdle Door is controlled by its geology--both by the contrasting hardnesses of the rocks, and by the local patterns of faults and folds.The arch has formed on a concordant coastline where bands of rock run parallel to the shoreline. The rock strata are almost vertical, and the bands of rock are quite narrow. Originally a band of resistant Portland limestone ran along the shore, the same band that appears one mile along the coast forming the narrow entrance to Lulworth Cove. Behind this is a 120-metre (390 ft) band of weaker, easily eroded rocks, and behind this is a stronger and much thicker band of chalk, which forms the Purbeck Hills. These steeply dipping rocks are part of the geological structure known as the Lulworth crumple, itself part of a broader monocline (a kinked type of geological fold) produced by the building of the Alps during the mid-Cenozoic.
Nikon D800E, Samyang 14mm F2.8 IF ED MC Aspherical.
Photo Settings: 14mm, f/9, 1/200 second, ISO 125.
Map: 50.6225, -2.2725
June 29th, 2016