and the most exciting upright/inverted/accelerated/flat spins
The winners of this years Nature Conservancy photo contest are all outstanding and worth checking out.
These are always great.
They truly show what talented folks with the right equipment can capture.
Erddig today - interesting history of mining subsidence etc.
iPhone se2 camera so not the best but a nice afternoon staggering around the old house and stables (gardens too big!).
Yes, but the photo may have been taken in 1812 . We had Velux windows back then
All I remember is the never ending freezing cold blast straight from the Arctic
A few snaps from the Blue Lagoon in Iceland, which hopefully won’t disappear under a wave of lava anytime soon.
The big pool, a massive tourist attraction, halfway between the airport and Reykjavik.
And the most expensive restaurant in the world, besides every other restaurant in Iceland.
Walking back to the little hotel, lava fields are very pretty.
The potential eruption is a few miles the other side of this hill.
The little hotel. Weird and wonderful. The ultimate chillax.
Going up said hill, the geothermal plant sits on an old lava field, it supplies a lot of the power for the local area, it’s only about 10 miles from where the eruption is likely to be. The plant just takes boiling water out of the ground and the rest is easy and zero pollution.
Image # 2. Nice composition and mood setting!
Been to Iceland 3 times myself and the Lagon is a must visit every time. Hopefully the recent earthquake is nothing but a scare alarm.
It’s looking very likely. Grunavik is only 3 or 4 miles the other side of that hill and they’re trying to protect the power station.
hope your forum name refers to a harley d
No I am a diehard Magneplanar fan.