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832-386599 - Lighted Zapato de La Reina, The Queen's Shoe with Starry Sky, Milky Way, New Moon Night Shoot, Las Canadas, Teide National Park, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, Europe
832-386598 - Lighted Zapato de La Reina, The Queen's Shoe with Starry Sky, Milky Way, New Moon Night Shoot, Las Canadas, Teide National Park, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, Europe
857-94843 - The original lighthouse at Cape Spear in Newfoundland sits dark, with the new lighthouse nearby. The original lighthouse started operation in 1836, and in 1955 a new concrete light tower was built. The original lighthouse has been restored to the period of 1839. This was tricky to shoot because the green light of the active lighthouse would flash every 7 seconds and wash out the scene in intense green. I didn't like the harsh shadows from the light, myself and my tripod being one of them, so I took a bunch of 6 second exposures and used stacking to get pinpoint stars and low noise in the sky and foreground. Nikon D5, Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 lens @ 14mm and f/2.8. Six shots with the ISO between 12,800 and 25,600, as I was playing around with the camera to get a feel for its performance, stacked in Starry Landscape Stacker for Mac.
797-12895 - Norway, Svalbard, Longyearbyen, Traditional style, modern accomodation block, Ptarmigan hanging from the window, Due to cold temperature locals hang recently shot gamebirds outside as the cold air keps them fresh.
857-30856 - Earl Harmon relaxes in the window of the barbershop in Floyd, Virginia on April 15, 2005. He often makes a daily stop at the shop to visit with friends and shoot the breeze. (Jonathan Kingston, Aurora)
857-14935 - A Young participant in the relatively new sport of Ski Archery, a sport similar to biatholon but with archery instead of rifles, takes aim on a course in Park City, Utah
857-14933 - A Young participant in the relatively new sport of Ski Archery, a sport similar to biatholon but with archery instead of rifles, takes aim on a course in Park City, Utah
1031-44 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - Tidal Generation Limited - backed by Rolls Rpyce -TGL is are currently operating a 500kWe concept demonstrator unit at The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Tidal site in Orkney. This has been generating since September 2010 and provides power for up to 300 homes.
1031-52 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - out testing with the Scotrenewables machine off Kirwall - Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd is a renewable energy research and development business based in the Orkney Islands.
1031-58 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - Tidal Generation Limited - backed by Rolls Rpyce -TGL is are currently operating a 500kWe concept demonstrator unit at The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Tidal site in Orkney. This has been generating since September 2010 and provides power for up to 300 homes.
1031-46 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
1031-47 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
1031-50 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - Tidal Generation Limited - backed by Rolls Rpyce -TGL is are currently operating a 500kWe concept demonstrator unit at The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Tidal site in Orkney. This has been generating since September 2010 and provides power for up to 300 homes.
1031-55 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - out testing with the Scotrenewables machine off Kirwall - Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd is a renewable energy research and development business based in the Orkney Islands.
1031-45 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
1031-57 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - out testing with the Scotrenewables machine off Kirwall - Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd is a renewable energy research and development business based in the Orkney Islands.
1031-43 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - Tidal Generation Limited - backed by Rolls Rpyce -TGL is are currently operating a 500kWe concept demonstrator unit at The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Tidal site in Orkney. This has been generating since September 2010 and provides power for up to 300 homes.
1031-48 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.