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    OM Beach, Gokarna, Karnataka, India

    The upcoming waves make their way into rock crevices on the Karnataka coastline, and the distant sea stacks bathe in golden light. This is a scene, as usual, from the coastal gem of Karnataka—Gokarna. The post OM Beach, Gokarna, Karnataka, India appeared first on Landscape Photography Magazine.
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    Lovely Coastline, Trinity Cliffs, Newfoundland, Canada

    In late June 2015, I joined an organized photo tour in Newfoundland. On July 6th, the excursion took us to the Trinity Cliffs to see the beauty of the rocky shoreline and the sea stacks. I captured an image that was already published in my VIP portfolio. The following day, our tour guide took us...
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    An Searrach, Kinard Beach, Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland

    Dingle Bay on the Dingle Peninsula, which lies off the west coast of County Kerry in southern Ireland, is renowned for its stormy weather, especially during the winter months. Facing directly west towards the wild Atlantic, the waves constantly come crashing onto its jagged coastline. Kinard...
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    Bluebell Heaven, Coton Manor, Northamptonshire, England

    Spring in England is a unique experience. The air is filled with the vibrant green of fresh leaves and a sea of bluebells, their violet-blue hue perfectly complementing the green canopy above, creating a scene straight out of a fairytale. The post Bluebell Heaven, Coton Manor, Northamptonshire...
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    Reynisdrangar Sea Stacks, Reynisfjara beach, Vik i Myrdal, Iceland

    After two summer trips to Iceland, I wanted to visit the island during the winter as well. In early February 2024, the time had finally come. As usual, weather conditions in Iceland are totally unpredictable, not months in advance, but often not even days in advance. I was lucky that there was...
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    Rialto Beach, Washington, USA

    Rialto Beach was the first place I've ever seen sea stacks, and it was an incredible experience. As we rounded the corner approaching the beach, large, tree-covered stacks became visible through the ocean mist. These stacks are the same ones you see in this photo. Framed perfectly through the...
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    Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico

    As a photographer, I'm drawn to the beauty of nature and the places that capture that beauty. One of those is Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico, which I first visited 25 years ago. It's the location I consider shooting my first landscape photograph. Shot on film, printed and framed, it has been on display...
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    Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain

    In mid-October 2023, I visited the coast of northern Spain. The coast of Asturias was especially on my list. The Asturian coast is also called the Costa Verde. Along its entire length parallel to the coast is the Cantabrian Mountains, the highest part of which is the Picos de Europa. Asturias...
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    My Favorite Dairy-Free Substitutes

    My Favorite Dairy-Free Substitutes My favorite dairy-free substitutes for the most common dairy products! You’ll find my go-to brands for non-dairy milk, butter, cheese, cream cheese, and yogurt that can easily be used in baked goods and main dishes to keep them dairy-free. Recipe ideas...
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    Dream big for change: Impressions from the We Give Summit 2024

    The We Give Summit, held online from May 7-9, united philanthropy leaders in inspiring keynotes, interactive workshops, and compelling panel discussions. This year’s focus? The ‘5Ts of Philanthropy’—Time, Talent, Treasure, Testimony, and Ties—activated across collective giving groups. As...
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    Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Wales

    I had taken my two children to Ceibwr Bay on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path in Wales, where I often go for landscape and wildlife photos and saw this storm developing in the Bay. It was travelling fast, and I didn't have long to set up the tripod and take this shot. The wind picked up, [...]...
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    Reynisdranger, Iceland

    The cottage 'spoke' to me. It was surrounded by the most magnificent stacks. They were so mossy and covered with thick overgrowth. It was fascinating to imagine how the sea did not manage to smooth the stacks with all its power. The colors were fluorescent as if lit from within. I set up my...
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    Keyhole Arch, Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, California, USA

    Seascapes have long been one of my favorite locations to photograph. Whether capturing storm-driven waves crashing along a rocky coast or a gentle surf greeting a sandy beach, options for creating dramatic images are endless. Driving along Route 1 in the stunning coastal region of Big Sur in...
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    Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie, Moray, Scotland

    I spend every New Year in the North of Scotland, about 50 miles from the coast, and to clear my head from the New Year celebrations, I usually find myself in Portnockie early in January to photograph Bow Fiddle Rock. This fifty-foot-high sea stack with an arch lies in a small bay surrounded by...
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    Rooting change and cultivating support for Indigenous people

    The shimmering, futuristic skyscrapers of Abu Dhabi are a world apart from the humble villages I’ve visited in the tropical rainforests of Latin America, Central Africa and Southeast Asia. Members of these remote and tree-covered communities rarely reach the air-conditioned conference rooms of...
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    Praia da Arrifana, Arrifana, Portugal

    The Portuguese coastline offers a diverse range of landscapes, from the sunny beaches of the Algarve to the dramatic cliffs, bays, and rock formations of the country's rugged Atlantic coast. Recently, I traveled along the coastline and was amazed by the sheer beauty of this place. A bit farther...
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    Elk With Two Yearlings, Wyoming, USA

    An elk and her yearlings ford a rocky mountain river as the morning fog burns off. The current was so placid, it neither impeded their crossing nor concealed the sloshing of their steady march to the far bank. Inspired by the calm of everything within the scene, I titled it "Against a Quiet...
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    Cape Disappointment State Park, Pacific County, Washington, USA

    Cape Disappointment is located at the extreme southwest corner of Washington state, just north of the mouth of the Columbia River. It was named by British fur trader Captain John Meares in 1788 while sailing south down the Pacific Coast. He mistook the mouth of Columbia River for a bay, which he...
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    Lake Alexandrina, New Zealand

    The sunset was glorious, with golden yellow tree leaves and pink clouds over Lake Alexandrina in New Zealand. I took many photos with those elements in them. But I turned to view the distant mountains and was drawn by the glossy clouds over them and reflected in the lake. Adding to that, there...
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    Church Hill Aurora

    This past Friday, May 10th, I and many people across the southern region were treated to an extra rare event, the Aurora Borealis. The Auroras, as I call them, usually never dip this far down south, especially this bright and vivid. I had heard reports that the Auroras could dip this low...
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