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David Erichsen at Mammoth Lakes—REPOST: @david_erichsen_photo from facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers chosen by @tracyleephotos—MWC Admin: @tracyleephotos---#milkywaychasers to be featured or post on Facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers. Tag a friend who might enjoy this Milky Way image and journey!---From  about this image:--- BLEND, STACKEDSOCIAL:instagram.com/david_erichsen_photo-STORY:Mammoth Lakes is one of my favorite places to shoot (and also run into Mountain Lions). While it definitely has a couple of California's most iconic landscapes, what sets it apart for me is the endless possibilities to find your own, unique compositions.  It is like a scouting playground.  On this night, my main focus was to capture Hot Creek, but I had a couple hours to kill before the MW aligned over the mountains and found a shot I liked better :)..After cruising around some of the back roads by Hot Creek, I couldn't help but notice this one tree perfectly perched on a ridge top, towering over all the others.  My goal quickly became finding a suitable foreground that would add a little color and a slope that would put the tree vibrantly in the middle of the Milky Way..After hiking around for a few minutes, I stumbled upon this patch of wildflowers along the side of a cliff that I quickly realized had the potential to make the shot I was envisioning.  I set up my camera at the very end of blue hour and captured 5 shots of the wildflowers which were focus stacked in PS.  About 30 minutes later, the Milky Way was exactly where I wanted it and I captured 7 frames that were stacked using Starry Landscape Stacker. .Funny side note: I had run into a mountain lion earlier in the day on a sunrise hike and was still a bit startled.  Right after blue hour ended, I was lining up the MW shot and all of a sudden heard rustling maybe fifty feet in front of me.  Heart pounding, I set the timer to 20" and cranked the ISO to 20,000.  20 seconds later I breathed a sigh of relief when I saw a cute fawn staring back at meEXIF DATA:Shot with Sony A7riii with FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM at 16mmForeground focused stacked: 5 shots - 30”/2.8/3200Milkyway: 7 shots - 10”/2.8/6400
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David Erichsen at Mammoth Lakes — REPOST: @david_erichsen_photo from facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers chosen by @tracyleephotos — MWC Admin: @tracyleephotos --- #milkywaychasers to be featured or post on Facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers. Tag a friend who might enjoy this Milky Way image and journey! --- From about this image: --- BLEND, STACKED SOCIAL: instagram.com/david_erichsen_photo - STORY: Mammoth Lakes is one of my favorite places to shoot (and also run into Mountain Lions). While it definitely has a couple of California's most iconic landscapes, what sets it apart for me is the endless possibilities to find your own, unique compositions. It is like a scouting playground. On this night, my main focus was to capture Hot Creek, but I had a couple hours to kill before the MW aligned over the mountains and found a shot I liked better :). . After cruising around some of the back roads by Hot Creek, I couldn't help but notice this one tree perfectly perched on a ridge top, towering over all the others. My goal quickly became finding a suitable foreground that would add a little color and a slope that would put the tree vibrantly in the middle of the Milky Way. . After hiking around for a few minutes, I stumbled upon this patch of wildflowers along the side of a cliff that I quickly realized had the potential to make the shot I was envisioning. I set up my camera at the very end of blue hour and captured 5 shots of the wildflowers which were focus stacked in PS. About 30 minutes later, the Milky Way was exactly where I wanted it and I captured 7 frames that were stacked using Starry Landscape Stacker. . Funny side note: I had run into a mountain lion earlier in the day on a sunrise hike and was still a bit startled. Right after blue hour ended, I was lining up the MW shot and all of a sudden heard rustling maybe fifty feet in front of me. Heart pounding, I set the timer to 20" and cranked the ISO to 20,000. 20 seconds later I breathed a sigh of relief when I saw a cute fawn staring back at me EXIF DATA: Shot with Sony A7riii with FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM at 16mm Foreground focused stacked: 5 shots - 30”/2.8/3200 Milkyway: 7 shots - 10”/2.8/6400

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Vill du briljera på festen i helgen? 😎Fråga Lund-Gunnar rätar ut alkoholens frågetecken.Mer oumbärlig fakta här i Fråga Lund på SVT Play.#frågalund #svtplay
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Vill du briljera på festen i helgen? 😎 Fråga Lund-Gunnar rätar ut alkoholens frågetecken. Mer oumbärlig fakta här i Fråga Lund på SVT Play. #frgalund #svtplay

56 minutes ago
Linda noticia: Ramal Talca-Constitución, último tren rural de pasajeros en Chile, ingresó a la lista 2018 del World Monuments Fund! #redturismomaule #peakoftheday #chile #maule
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Linda noticia: Ramal Talca-Constitución, último tren rural de pasajeros en Chile, ingresó a la lista 2018 del World Monuments Fund! #redturismomaule #peakoftheday #chile #maule

October 2017
The Mark is a 750,000 SF, 48-story commercial office and hotel tower that’s reshaping the Seattle skyline. Utilizing a compact footprint at ground level, the tower subtly slopes over the site’s existing structures before tapering back through a precise system of steel “knuckles” and triangulated building planes. ZGF and Arup worked with steel fabricator Supreme Steel to create the knuckles with a Halfen anchoring system for the building’s unitized panels.Read more on archpaper.com//......@arupamericas @zgfarchitects #archpaper #architecture #steel #zigzag #glazing #seattle #themark #glass #jacobeanstyle
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The Mark is a 750,000 SF, 48-story commercial office and hotel tower that’s reshaping the Seattle skyline. Utilizing a compact footprint at ground level, the tower subtly slopes over the site’s existing structures before tapering back through a precise system of steel “knuckles” and triangulated building planes. ZGF and Arup worked with steel fabricator Supreme Steel to create the knuckles with a Halfen anchoring system for the building’s unitized panels. Read more on archpaper.com // . . . . . . @arupamericas @zgfarchitects #archpaper #architecture #steel #zigzag #glazing #seattle #themark #glass #jacobeanstyle

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