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Amazing Beautiful Landscpate Photography by Constantinos Hinis

Autumn in Epping forest.

I love Beauty in all its forms, i like Women, Romance and Passion, Colors and Life, Elegance and Glamour... I am French, Lebanese and Italian ... I am a very passionate man !... I am Shogun, the Warrior for Love !... NB: u can use the Zoom effect to see pix in actual size in the 1rst page... due to the scrolling effect for other pages you have to use the permalink so u can zoom the pix...Enjoy your stay and don't hesitate to surf the blog and reblog as much as u want :) Ziad
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A lesser known view of the saltlake, from a small hill somewhere over the north side of it...










Chassing the light in Eppin forest
Chasing the light in Epping forest

It is cold or is it warm?
Is it cold or is it warm?

A snapshot from just outside Richmond park, with London stretching all the way to the horizon and every conceivable color present!


The saltlake in January, lots of mud to deal with...


Purple dusk
Purple dusk

The good ol' bales
The good ol' bales

Cloudy water
Cloudy water

Wide view through stitching, exposure fusion and tan grad in PS.


Gone with the water
Gone with the water



The other side of the lake
The other side of the lake

A few snapshots from Richmond park I found lying around...

The first signs of Autumn, a subtle yellow on the leaves, quickly transformed into this vivid red/yellow all over the place. The photos were taken about 10 days apart..



Having fun with the S90...



Holes in the water

Holes in the water

Distant views

Limassol and surrounding areas as seen from a viewpoint near Troodos square, facing South.

Distant views

Radiance

Radiance

View from Troodos mountain at sunset...

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Sky on fire

Fast moving clouds and a 2min exposure for the sky created an eerie effect...

Sky on fire

Taken at a point along Kaledonia natural trail, Troodos, Cyprus.

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Light leak

Light leak



Taken in Athalassa park...

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An oasis in Cyprus

An oasis in Cyprus

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Shot somewhere between Tekke and the old shooting club.

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Gloom sunday

I haven't changed the colors in this photo in any way.
It's been one of those days when air blows sand from Sahara all over Cyprus and creates that eerie effect.

Gloomy Sunday



A frozen pond... or something else?
A frozen pond...or something else?



Salt lake salted







This is the first time all stitching programs I use (Autopano, Photoshop CS4, PTGui) failed to seamlessly create a panorama, probably because of the waves and the smooth sky that didn't allow for matching points in successive frames.
I eventually stitched manually in Photoshop.



Nature's gold

Nature's Gold

One of the strangest skies I have seen in Larnaca!



Some very strange side-light from the setting sun during a heavily overcast day...



When colour disappears

It was an evening I got the feeling that colour was lost from everywhere but for a thin stripe across the horizon.
Everything was gray except the area around the sun that turned into a strange muted red...

When colour disappears

Summe in winter

It's the middle of the Winter but here in Cyprus it still feels more like Summer!

Summer in Winter

Winter warmth

Where else in Europe would you get 22° C in the evening in the middle of the Winter as the rule rather than the exception?

Winter warmth

Framed

Framed

Weird foam formations floating on the lake during an even weirder sunset.



Anemona

That's a single shot! A 1/2.33" sensor compact shot at f/4.5 gives insanely large DoF!

Anemona

Nuclear light

Stitched image made of 3 rows of 4 photos each, giving the equivalent of a very wide rectilinear lens (about 170° angle of view)

Nuclear light





Warmth in the cold

Please don't judge this too hard...

It's from 10 years ago, with my first digital camera, sporting a jaw-dropping 2.1 Megapixel sensor (hence the softness and lack of detail).

From what I remember though, 2 Megapixel cameras (1800x1200) were considered "high resolution" back then.

Warmth in the cold

That's about 330° angle of view horizontally and 110° vertically, so it's compressed horizontally.