Tagged: hdr

Rebreather divers at the wreck of the Infidel

Tech Diving Catalina Island and the California Oil Rigs

Southern California Tech Diving with Ocean Research Group This past weekend, I attended my first Ocean Research Group technical dive trip on the Sand Dollar out to Catalina Island, California.  As a fledgling SoCal tech diver, it was pretty cool to do some “big kid” deep dives under the guidance of experienced divers and instructors. I’m also []

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Unconditional Surrender Statue

Unconditional Surrender (The Kiss), San Diego

In the Port of San Diego stands a 25-foot-tall replica of the famous photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt, V-J Day in Times Square. The photo ran in Life Magazine in 1945 with the caption, “In New York’s Times Square a white-clad girl clutches her purse and skirt as an uninhibited sailor plants his lips squarely on []

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Killington Sunrise HDR

Killington, VT: Sunrise HDR

It can be tough to motivate myself to get up early and head outside in the cold for a snowshoe when it’s still dark. Sunrises like these, though, make it all worth it. We’re not in Killington very much longer, so I’d better enjoy the snow while it’s still in our backyard. This a 3-exposure, []

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Stuart Cove's Dive Hut

Nassau, Bahamas: Beaches, Boats, and Brews

Everything seems brighter in the tropics. I chose to process most of these in HDR because I really liked how it brought out the bright, saturated colors of the islands. First, a few from Stuart Cove’s, the dive center where we spent most of our vacation:   These bait boxes go underwater with the shark []

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Nassau: Winter in Paradise

  During our Nassau trip, it became evident that even the Bahamas are not immune to winter. We had a storm roll across the island that brought strong winds, cold temperatures, and a little bit of rain. We hunkered down for a day, but as the storm moved back out to sea, we came back []

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Sunset at Sunset Cliffs

Sunset Cliffs are a stretch of sandstone bluffs about a mile from our home in San Diego. Although they’re a popular spot for surfers, joggers, and sunbathers, it’s still relatively easy to find a quiet spot to watch the sunset and the breaking waves. On the south end of the cliffs, a metal staircase provides []

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