Flotsam

An old boat area from the docks in Vancouver…

Flotsam

Details of the Night

These shots are normally really hard to grab at night, but this HDR turned out nice. Chaotic, but detailed and nice.

The Details of Night

The HDR Tesla Coil in the Storm

The clouds and the storm were just about right for transmitting electricity through the ground, so I had to grab this HDR of the Tesla Coil in Vancouver.

The Tesla Coil in a Storm

I would appreciate your nomination

Edit: I was nominated! Thanks y’all! You can go vote here now – thanks again!
Hey guys and gals out there that come to my blog… If you like what you see here, I would appreciate your nomination for the Seventh Annual Weblog Awards. You have to vote for three different blogs, so in addition to this one (www.stuckincustoms.com), I nominated a few others like www.boingboing.com or www.techcrunch.com.

Here are a few of my favorite pictures from 2006, in case you missed them the first time around. Thanks!

My Kinda Town

The Spires of Wat Arun

Morning Mist under Vesuvius

The Veins of Bangkok

This is Ranjit

The Airy Doom of the Duomo

Blowtorch

Golden Room

This is Nathaniel

Le Crypto

 

Piercing the Sky

This is a nice HDR shot I grabbed of a Buddhist temple in Thailand. I would have called this “Heaven Opening”, but I don’t think that makes sense over a Buddhist temple. If you squint, closely at the sun rays, you can see your other lives.

Piercing the Sky

The Hidden Pond

Here is a nice little foggy pond at sunset in Vancouver in the Autumn. I can’t think of a better time of year or conditions to shoot around there.

The Hidden Pond

The Secret Russian Cosmonaut Bunker

Daily Photo: Stuck in Customs in Space

This shot is decidedly not Russian, not secret, not a bunker, but maybe it has held a few cosmonauts. Anyway, this place was just way too cool not to photograph.

Stuck in Customs in Space I love this shot!  It came out wicked. I used to say wicked a lot in grade school and I still like saying it.  This may or may not make me lame, and I can't be objective about such things.This is the airport in Bangkok, Thailand.  I am not sure who the architect is, but it came out quite inspired.  Taking photos of beautiful architecture is somewhat of a sport of mine.  I want to try to honor the lines and the textures via a good composition and a good HDR treatment.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

Buddha said he wanted to have a word with me

I was burning hot, sweating like a nearby migrant worker, but I just had to stop to take this HDR, since Buddha asked me to and all… you don’t want to ignore that guy.

Buddha said he wanted to have a word with me

The Grim Reaper Cometh in HDR

Here is a shot from a Roman church, where the side walls are lined with tombs and statues. I found this one to be particularly macabre, and a good subject for HDR.

I also included a few shots from the nearby churches as well.

The Grim Reaper Cometh

Deep inside the Catacombs

Alone in the Church

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