The Weather Station

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Black Friday Special – Won’t Last Long!

I wanted to give a special 20% off on the HDR Video Tutorial for a little Black Friday celebration! It’s a great gift for that emerging photographer in your life. Use the code BLACKTREYFRIDAY at checkout, and you’ll be in good shape.

Great Movies?

I got a nice free iPhone app. It’s called “Roger Ebert’s Great Movies” — and it’s got a huge list of all his best movies since the beginning of time. I’ve been going through it and circling up movies that I’ve never seen… you know… some of those movies that everyone is supposed to see, but they’ve just been off my radar. Do you have a few of those black holes in your movie to-do list?

Daily Photo – The Weather Station

I don’t think I could exactly geo-locate this photo if I had to. But, believe me – it’s in the middle of nowhere.

I’m not completely sure, but I think this is one of the many remote weather stations scattered around Iceland. They are these perfect little triangular things that sit there, as lonely as can be.

The Weather StationI don't think I could exactly geo-locate this photo if I had to. But, believe me - it's in the middle of nowhere.I'm not completely sure, but I think this is one of the many remote weather stations scattered around Iceland. They are these perfect little triangular things that sit there, as lonely as can be.- Trey RatcliffRead more (and some Black Friday love) here at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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  • http://edenbrackstone.com/ Eden Brackstone

    I love obscurity ‘in the middle of nowhere’ — and I have a backlog of photos from situations just like this to process! Nice one mate :-)

    ‘Race Against the Setting Sun’
    http://edenbrackstone.com/2011/11/race-against-the-setting-sun/

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com/support/ Luke Lakatosh (Stuck in Customs Support)

    Hi Christian,

    The discount is for the Total Package with bonus – I just tested and it worked. I’ll email you to try to figure out what’s going on.

  • Andy Bird

    Wow those clouds don’t even seem real! What a sense of isolation here…..

    On the subject of movies – i can’t think of anything else i need to see. As long as you’ve seen ‘Big Trouble In Little China’ then I don’t think you “need” to see anything else hehe!

  • Susan

    Wow! Beautiful scene! The clouds are awesome! I love to watch old movies!

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks! :)

    Christian – you might have hit it right around midnight just before the code went active – it should work now – use BLACKTREYFRIDAY

  • http://www.MDSimages.com MIchael

    Stunning! Love that Icelandic sky. I’ve gotta make it back there!

    And of course, a happy day after turkey day Trey. So much to be thankful for! I for one am grateful for the art and inspiration you continue to give to so many :)

  • http://timetotakepictures.blogspot.com Keith Moyer

    Totally Wicked clouds. Wow, that sounded so 1980…
    The clouds yo captured here are fantastic! Looks like the end of the world.

  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/113656379833336702679/posts Filip Farag

    Wow, love the sky! I belive you showed us similar shot already, I remember the sky from somewhere. :)

  • don rexroad

    i never tire looking at the latest and reviewing the ones i have seen, always a treat to this 80 year old, suggest a stop at one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, “Niagara Falls”, be fair and do it from both sides of the border should you find time. Keep posting, its appreciated and inspiring. don

  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/102885931406196510193/posts Joerg

    Wonderful capture and great colors!
    Cant’t stop looking at this awesome sky and clouds.

    I just found this astonishing time lapse film shot during the Icelandic Midnight Sun and
    wanted to share it with you (everybody knows you are a big Iceland fan :)

    http://vimeo.com/scientifantastic/midnightsun

  • ricardo

    Hi Trey,
    First off, I admire your work and the way you go about it. I like the system you developed around the superb images you make, and frankly i’m inspired by it to give a little direction to my internet joint. Congrats!
    Got a question you’ll find odd: How much time do you spend away from home each year? I may sound silly but I’m trying to work out a way to travel and shoot, and raise my two-year old boy.
    I’ve got a thing that is a strictly-motorcycle-travel-photography (whatever that means…) mainly in South America and i’m planning my Smugmug gallery/store.
    The time away is still a problem, though-
    oh well- :)

  • http://www.kristijo.net/ Kristi

    I just bought your course. I have been using Photomatix for about 2 years now. I have been learning pieces of HDR processing with photomatix and the use of the topaz products, and have read your flat books. The Black Trey Friday inspired me to purchase your course and find out if there are some things I could have been missing in the processing process.

  • Paul Owen

    Fantastic image! The “weather station” is actually a wind-sock marker found on local airfields. This must have been taken near/on one!! They are hard to spot! basically anything remotely flat will do for small aircraft. The pyramid bases usually have a sock or remnants of one still attached.

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