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30 Jan 2018 10:34

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Samsø, a danish island. The bay and the gently hills near the bay are called "Møgelskår".
Love this island pretty much... :)
 
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19 Feb 2018 11:40

Lake Tyin, Jotunheimen, Norway, this afternoon.
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19 Feb 2018 16:30

That's a very cool shot.  Love the dramatic light. :)
 
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20 Feb 2018 06:31

A lucky shot.  I noticed in through the window of our "belt wagon" (the thing in the background in the first pic below) transport to the place we're staying now.  I quickly zoomed to max, clicked, and amazingly it was sharp despite the bumpy ride.

Beautiful weather here today for skiing to a nearby summit.  Sunny, -15C - 10C, not much wind. The kids are happy.
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23 Feb 2018 14:32

I think I've seen pictures of clouds like these before - but from Mars.
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05 Mar 2018 23:28

I was hiking around Deception Pass the other day and was surprised to find that I had a clear view all the way to Victoria, BC, just over 50km away.  As I walked down from the bridge to the beach, it vanished over the horizon.  I thought this was a pretty neat way to see the curvature of the Earth and effect of altitude on one's horizon, so I took some snapshots with the telephoto. :)

Three photos, from about 60, 40, and 10 meters elevation:

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Victoria Skyline: Camosack Manor & Water Tower
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06 Mar 2018 03:07

This is a flag I made from one of my dreams. 
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06 Mar 2018 09:23

Starlight Glimmer wrote:
This is a flag I made from one of my dreams. 

What happened to Ireland?
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06 Mar 2018 14:25

midtskogen wrote:
Starlight Glimmer wrote:
This is a flag I made from one of my dreams. 

What happened to Ireland?

A monarchist revolution occurred, and they became a 'Federal Monarchy'. They conquered all of Ireland and unified it, and they colonized Delaware. The V part stands for victory for the irish people, the line going across stands for the obstacles in life everyone must overcome in order to reach victory.
I've also written a few other alternate histories, and I've made a map of various nations from my dreams, pictured here.
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12 Mar 2018 17:10

Some strange attractors.  Rendered in Chaoscope.

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12 Mar 2018 22:39

This is what I do!

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12 Mar 2018 23:48

That's mighty impressive!  How long have you been chasing storms?
 
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13 Mar 2018 00:42

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I've never seen a single tornado in my whole life.
I think I would have needed to change my panties if I ever saw anything like that.
The universe is not required to be in perfect harmony with human ambition.

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13 Mar 2018 02:49

Salvo wrote:
tornadotodd wrote:
This is what I do!

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I've never seen a single tornado in my whole life.
I think I would have needed to change my panties if I ever saw anything like that.

I live for it. I am a professional photographer and storm chaser. This year I will be deploying probes in the path of tornadoes in hopes of collecting first time data of it's kind. 
 
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13 Mar 2018 02:51

Watsisname wrote:
That's mighty impressive!  How long have you been chasing storms?

Close to 10 years steady, on and off until I finally made the career jump, sold everything and moved to the Alley.

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