I've been on Reddit for about 3 years now and I'm sure I've seen every angle of Lake Louise posted by now. I'm now a Lake Louise connoisseur. Thanks Reddit.
Also, Yosemite, Cliffs of Moher and Aspen. EDIT: Also, Fjaðrárgljúfur... for some reason I was having difficulty remembering how to spell it, thanks /u/PMME-YOUR-TITS-GIRL !
So that's where they make the sauce, huh.
Having been to both canyons, Waimea is more beautiful.
My American brothers and sisters. You seriously have some stunning land, protect that shit for future generations!
Wow what a photo, looks like Middle Earth or something. Beautiful!
Holy smokes, it's gorgeous.
Do you mind if I ask you what kind of preparation, savings, and time commitment it took for you to do your tour of the himalaya and what sorts of lessons you learned that you'll take back with you next time/could pass off to someone who is aspiring to go?
It's an astonishingly beautiful place, both nature and people, and I'm dying to go - I'd just like to hear some of your thoughts on the preparation you had.
Absolutely beautiful! I always though long exposures of moving water made it look like a painting.
This photo is going to cause a lot of people to make a very difficult decision..
Set Home Screen or Set Lock Screen
Edit: or both!
I took this picture this last weekend after the winter storm had rolled through. The sun was out, so maybe that was what was causing the mist coming off the snow. Not sure exactly, but made for a cool look.
Here are some of my other favorite pictures I've shot during winter in Yosemite:Three Brothers and the Merced River Tunnel View
I posted some other stuff over on Instagram too. Shot this at ISO 200, f/7.1, 1/160th sec. I would have loved to shoot it at ISO 100 to get slightly less noise, but didn't have a tripod with me at the time (and still wanted to get a fast enough shutter speed and depth of field).