Posts tagged ‘Photography’
Rhizostoma pulmo: the largest Mediterranean jellyfish (up to 10 Kg)
A baby Pinna nobilis. This marine bivalve mollusc can grow up to 1.2 m long
Echinaster sepositus: the arms of this Mediterranean sea star fish are up to 20 cm
Actinia viridis: a snake-locks anemone with 8 cm long tentacles
Octopus vulgaris: hidden in its lair, the piovra can be up to 1 m long.
“Ode to the Sea” shot off shore between Pistis and Porto Conte, Sardegna, Italy with Olympus TG-1. Click to zoom in and appreciate every scale and tentacle.
Despite the sun still high,
when the longest shadow reaches the middle of the lake
It is time for setting head to a safe harbour.
All the shades of green and blue that adorned the day
rapidly turn into black and white on the lake surface,
while the sky warms up a last time before darkness.
That’s the moment when the steam wheels sail off Lucerne
drive in line through the strait of the lake
and pay a visit there, where this country was born on August 1, 1291.
… and only by then the first fires are started to fight the long, Alpine night.
All pictures shot with D800 + 70-200 VR-II / 16-35 f/4; click to enjoy them full screen.
Despite the highly urbanized area, Limmat waters stay clear and fresh.
Its colours are a pleasure to shoot…
… especially during these hot summer days!
All crystal clear pictures shot with the Nikon 16-35 mm f/4
And in case you are just walking around with your camera but not with your tripod, the Nikon 16-35 mm f/4 VR on my D800 made an excellent job. Pictures all shot hand held with times down to 1/3 sec (!) Click to open them full size in a new tab.
Artborghi’s painted love for the Appenzell Alps of Switzerland: how to transform your best shots in black and white art
Artborghi is no painter, but still pretends being one by playing with digital photography. Click each of these pictures to enjoy the full details of a ink drawing-like.
By playing with black and white conversion values and thresholds , here are the results.
On the boat picture, the Säntis antenna is visible on one of the most picturesque peaks of Switzerland.