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Le Grand Barbat (2813m) - Hautes Pyrénées, France


30/07/2021
Depuis le Lac d'Estaing (Val d'Azun) ...
En bas il b'ont pas vu la lumiere de la journée
Croisé personne de la journée !!!

#photo #Val-d-Azun #Estaing #Barbat #Grand-Barbat #Lacs #Pyrénées #landscape #photographie #photography #flowers #nature #coiws #rando #hiking



#1 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Une grange


#2 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Ca se degage ...


#3 - 30 Juillet 2021 - C'est par la


#4 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Pas tout a fait


#5 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Et voila !


#6 - 30 Juillet 2021 - La de Bardat


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#8 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Reflections


#9 - 30 Juillet 2021 - La de Bardat


#10 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Montée evidente ...


#11 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Ca monte a gauche


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#13 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Effet Wahou a la breche Bardat, au fond l'Espagne


#14 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Monté directe vers le Grand Bardat


#15 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Balaitous et Palas


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#17 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Vallée et plaine sous les nuages, pour ne pas dire sous la pluie ...


#18 - 30 Juillet 2021 - vue depuis le sommet !


#19 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Balaitous


#20 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Palas, Ossau, Lurien


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#23 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Glacier de Las Neous (ce qu'il en reste)


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#25 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Lac Long


#26 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Lac Nere


#27 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Le Bala ❤️


#28 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Les nuages remontent


#29 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Peace


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Le Grand Barbat (2813m) - Hautes Pyrénées, France


30/07/2021
Depuis le Lac d'Estaing (Val d'Azun) ...
En bas il b'ont pas vu la lumiere de la journée
Croisé personne de la journée !!!

#photo #Val-d-Azun #Estaing #Barbat #Grand-Barbat #Lacs #Pyrénées #landscape #photographie #photography #flowers #nature #coiws #rando #hiking



#1 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Une grange


#2 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Ca se degage ...


#3 - 30 Juillet 2021 - C'est par la


#4 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Pas tout a fait


#5 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Et voila !


#6 - 30 Juillet 2021 - La de Bardat


#7 - 30 Juillet 2021


#8 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Reflections


#9 - 30 Juillet 2021 - La de Bardat


#10 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Montée evidente ...


#11 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Ca monte a gauche


#12 - 30 Juillet 2021


#13 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Effet Wahou a la breche Bardat, au fond l'Espagne


#14 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Monté directe vers le Grand Bardat


#15 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Balaitous et Palas


#16 - 30 Juillet 2021


#17 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Vallée et plaine sous les nuages, pour ne pas dire sous la pluie ...


#18 - 30 Juillet 2021 - vue depuis le sommet !


#19 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Balaitous


#20 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Palas, Ossau, Lurien


#21 - 30 Juillet 2021


#22 - 30 Juillet 2021


#23 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Glacier de Las Neous (ce qu'il en reste)


#24 - 30 Juillet 2021


#25 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Lac Long


#26 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Lac Nere


#27 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Le Bala ❤️


#28 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Les nuages remontent


#29 - 30 Juillet 2021 - Peace


#30 - 30 Juillet 2021


#31 - 30 Juillet 2021


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#33 - 30 Juillet 2021
 
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Pic du Lustou (3023m) - Hautes-Pyrénées


par les lacs de Consaterre et Pic de Thou, retour par Frédancon

#photo #photographie #montagne #Hautes-Pyrenees #Pyrenees #landscape #Lustou #Consaterre #Pic-de-Thou #Pic-du-Lustou #flower



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#6 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Pic du Lustou, devant ...


#7 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Pic du Lustou


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#11 - 2 Juillet 2021 - tomate sommitale !


#12 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Perdiguere tout devant


#13 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Sommet du Lustou


#14 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Crete du Schrader (Gran Bachimala)


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#16 - 2 Juillet 2021 - La Cabanne du berger ...


#17 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Le secteur est un poil avalancheux


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Pic du Lustou (3023m) - Hautes-Pyrénées


par les lacs de Consaterre et Pic de Thou, retour par Frédancon

#photo #photographie #montagne #Hautes-Pyrenees #Pyrenees #landscape #Lustou #Consaterre #Pic-de-Thou #Pic-du-Lustou #flower



#1 - 2 Juillet 2021 - lac de Consaterre


#2 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Digitale


#3 - 2 Juillet 2021


#4 - 2 Juillet 2021


#5 - 2 Juillet 2021


#6 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Pic du Lustou, devant ...


#7 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Pic du Lustou


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#10 - 2 Juillet 2021


#11 - 2 Juillet 2021 - tomate sommitale !


#12 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Perdiguere tout devant


#13 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Sommet du Lustou


#14 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Crete du Schrader (Gran Bachimala)


#15 - 2 Juillet 2021


#16 - 2 Juillet 2021 - La Cabanne du berger ...


#17 - 2 Juillet 2021 - Le secteur est un poil avalancheux


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My comments are the first on this share from PetaPixel, hopefully. One point missed is relevant: research has shown conclusively that posts in social media get first and most attention IF they have a photograph. So suddenly all the media seekers of Klout are posting photographs that are dramatic to seek attention.
reshare from @petapixel (unofficial)

Examining Social Media’s Impact on Landscape and Nature Photography



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As a landscape and nature photographer with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, I often enjoy trying to blend the two disciplines to better understand the human experience as it relates to photography. One subject that particularly intrigues me is the impact of social media on photography and photographers.

My journey as a photographer began in 2008 just before the explosion of social media. This was the heyday of forums, blogs, and magazines; if you wanted to find great photography, you had to search for it.

Today, it’s everywhere. Photographers are faced with a problem: How do we stand out? One solution it seems can be found in post-processing. Many photographers chose to push their images to greater and greater extremes vying for the increasingly limited attention of their audiences.

Read more: When is Photography No Longer Photography?

What we have seen unfold in the past 10 years has been extraordinary. Photographs that were once lauded are now largely ignored by the masses in favor of digitally created spectacle. Realistic photographs of natural phenomena, incredible moments in time, or those representing exceptional experiences witnessed by the photographer, suddenly seem mundane.

Change Through Social Media



So how did we get here? In my opinion, this all began with the website 500px, which emerged in 2012. 500px, for those that are unfamiliar, possessed an algorithm they called “Pulse” which measured the popularity of the photograph based on likes, comments, views, and other metrics which then acted as a vehicle by which the photograph would make it onto their “Popular” page or even be selected as “Editor’s Choice.”

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The images that were garnering the attention of the algorithm often possessed extraordinary qualities: splashy post-processing, composite elements, and saturated colors, all tied together in a near-perfect fantasy-like style. Photographers who had mastered various techniques in Photoshop such as compositing, warping, and sky-swapping were heavily rewarded with views, likes, and more attention on the platform. Indeed, groups of photographers quickly learned how the algorithm was tailored and banded together in social groups to game the algorithm and maximize the likelihood of making it onto the popular page. This solidified these images as representing the Zeitgeist of landscape photography.

It was obvious for any photographer paying attention that if you wanted to shoot to stardom between 2012 and 2016, your photographs needed to possess this dreamy, fantastical look.

Indeed, images became increasingly perfect by the day, with each group of photographs making it onto the popular page requiring more and more manipulation in the digital darkroom to attract attention. A post-processing arms race began and those photographers that presented nature as they actually experienced it were left behind. Extreme digital manipulation became the norm.

I, too, got swept up in this movement and began compositing images in the hopes they would get noticed. As Facebook, and later Instagram, arrived on the scene, so the trend accelerated. Monster moons, dropped in skies, auroras and Milky Ways, stretched mountains, composites of vastly different focal lengths, painted light rays -everything aimed at creating a perfect final product of nature that never has and never will exist.

On the positive side, these approaches have opened new avenues for artistic expression. It can even be argued that a new photographic genre has been created, valid in its own right. Many of the innovative post-processing techniques that have been developed in pursuing these extremes have become useful to photographers with more understated styles often helping them to present reality in an even more natural way. As a community, we’ve also developed a different understanding of light and color, and the qualities of a scene that transform it into the sublime. Like any disruptive artistic movement, a lot has been gained.

But if there are “losers,” then they are those talented photographers who find nature to be sufficient without significant embellishment. Creating work primarily for yourself should be the goal of any artist, but for those working professionally, there is a stark reality that they must court popularity in order to survive – or even enter the profession in the first place! When the viewer can’t distinguish between experiential scenes and digital fantasies, the latter will always become more popular. It’s a difficult conundrum to solve – should they try to keep up or just accept their new normal and the potential downsides that come with it?

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Why We Post on Social Media



What motivates photographers to post on social media to begin with? In a recent Medium article titled The Psychology of Social Sharing, the authors examined the psychological incentives for sharing content:

1. Physiological needs: Sometimes we post to benefit the health or well-being of our friends and family.
2. Safety: Physical, mental, and financial security are important for people when they choose to post some material on their social media. This certainly makes sense - photographers operating as business people have a vested interest in maximizing their income.
3. Love & belonging: Users generally want to post to feel some kind of social acceptance from a group or a particular individual. I have found this particularly true of photographers who want to be accepted by their peers.
4. Esteem: People want to satisfy the rewards-oriented parts of their brains, which helps explain why some people post “me-centric” content regularly.
5. Self-actualization: This aspect of social media posting manifests when people share their successes – selling a print, winning a photography competition, or completing a book, to name a few examples.

By examining these psychological incentives, one can begin to understand why landscape and nature photography has been pushed to such digitally-manipulated extremes: because in order to gain these benefits wholly and consistently, a photographer looking to gain the same benefits from social media is forced to edit their photographs in a way that garners the most attention.

To garner positive feedback, photographs must rise to popularity, which requires the photograph to compete with “best” at any given moment. One way to guarantee this is to make the “photograph” perfect in every possible way for the broadest possible audience. This is why we commonly see focal length blended foregrounds with stretched mountains combined with drone perspectives, all in one “photo.” The more extreme the better!

More directly, the quest for likes or follows on social media heavily influences why people post and why they create the “artwork” they do. The positive attention some users receive for posting inspires more and more social sharing in many users.

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The Lure of Popularity



So why do we chase popularity as photographers? It is only natural to want people to like our artwork. The human brain is wired for it and social media is the powderkeg. Social media affects brain functions in unique ways - it contains combinations of stimuli that can trigger different reactions, and because of this, social media has numerous consequential effects on the brain.

Positive attention online has an acute effect on the brain. According to an article in Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, accruing likes on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram causes “activation in brain circuitry implicated in reward.” When social media users receive positive feedback (likes and comments), their brains fire off dopamine receptors, which are the same neurochemical receptors involved with sexual pleasure, enjoying a good meal, or using cocaine. Additionally, where researchers used MRIs to look at the brains of adolescents using Instagram, “viewing photos with many (compared with few) likes is associated with greater activity in neural regions implicated in reward processing, social cognition, imitation, and attention.” ( Psychological Science)

Social exclusion also plays a role. When we share our photographs online and they don’t receive the same amount of praise as others, we can feel excluded. A study observing brain activity published in Nature Communications found that parts of the brain that deal with emotional and sensory processing had a significant negative reaction to a sense of exclusion on social media.To avoid these experiences, some photographers conform to popular trends in order to avoid the negative emotions associated with exclusion.

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None of this should come as a surprise. Social media companies have been clued into human psychology from the outset. Understanding and manipulating online viewers is a key means of business growth. Social media channels have even harnessed the psychology of gambling to increase our screen time through the addictive effects of variable rewards. Essentially, the fact that our photos are not rewarded with likes in a consistent way makes us even more prone to spend time on these sites. Well-established research has shown that rewards for behavior that are varied and random have a much more powerful influence on repeating said behavior. The purest example of this can be found in slot machines in casinos.

What’s Next?



What are we to do if we value both styles of landscape and nature photography (extremely digitally manipulated vs. more natural / representative of reality)? I believe there is room for both styles to exist simultaneously without the constant back and forth beating of the dead horse we constantly find ourselves engaging in.

First of all, we need to make some attempts to identify and separate these two approaches, though this will have to be done sensitively. Photographers preferring the truth-to-nature approach risk coming across as elitist if, for example, they start suggesting that their work is real, unlike those who “fake” their work.

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Similarly, many photographers who prefer total freedom to manipulate a scene will be resistant to labeling their work as composites, or admitting that a scene never existed. The best we can hope for at this stage is increased openness from both “sides” and respect for their differing approaches.

Secondly, we need platforms, social circles, groups, and competitions that promote more understated photography for what it is so that this work isn’t totally drowned out by other, more hyper-realistic work. Not only would this help to level the playing field for current photographers, but it would also encourage new photographers to consider both approaches, not just the approach that garners the most attention.

With that in mind I, and three other photographers, have created a competition, the Natural Landscape Photography Awards, which will recognize, reward and promote the more natural eyewitness style. This entire article will now of course come across as an advertisement for our competition; however, this competition is born out of love and passion for this style of photography. It is our hope that the competition will be aspirational to those choosing to work in this way, but also for those new to landscape photography. We also hope to create an outstanding collection of work representing the best the landscape photography community has to offer through our panel of experienced judges. It’s not quite the seismic change that social media brought about, but it’s a small step in the right direction.

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The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author.




About the author: Matt Payne is a landscape photographer living in Durango, Colorado, USA. Much of his photography has focused on his life-long goal to climb the one-hundred highest mountains in Colorado which he completed in 2017. Matt is a co-founder of the Nature First Photography Alliance.

Matt hosts a weekly podcast dedicated to landscape photography called F-Stop Collaborate and Listen, where he has meaningful conversations with other landscape photographers all over the world.


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Pic de la Soucarrane - 2902m (dit Pic de la Rouge ou Pica Roya en Catalan)


Aujoud'hui j'ai passé la frontière (Catalogne), sans #pass-sanitaire, sans etre vacciné ...
Et miracle aucun controle 😉

#montagne #mountain #snow #rando #Pirineus #Pirineos #Pyrénnées #landscape #Ariège #Soulcen #Vicdessos #photos #photographie #photography



#1 - 4 Mai 2021 - Medcourbe


#2 - 4 Mai 2021 - La Madelon


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#6 - 4 Mai 2021 - Etang de Roumazet


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#14 - 4 Mai 2021 - Selfie sommital accompagné d'un #border rencontré par hazard


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#17 - 4 Mai 2021 - La trilogie (Pic du port de Sullo, Pica d'Estats (3143m) , Montcalm (3077m)


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Pic de la Soucarrane - 2902m (dit Pic de la Rouge ou Pica Roya en Catalan)


Aujoud'hui j'ai passé la frontière (Catalogne), sans #pass-sanitaire, sans etre vacciné ...
Et miracle aucun controle 😉

#montagne #mountain #snow #rando #Pirineus #Pirineos #Pyrénnées #landscape #Ariège #Soulcen #Vicdessos #photos #photographie #photography



#1 - 4 Mai 2021 - Medcourbe


#2 - 4 Mai 2021 - La Madelon


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#6 - 4 Mai 2021 - Etang de Roumazet


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#14 - 4 Mai 2021 - Selfie sommital accompagné d'un #border rencontré par hazard


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#17 - 4 Mai 2021 - La trilogie (Pic du port de Sullo, Pica d'Estats (3143m) , Montcalm (3077m)


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'A Walk on Roseisle Beach', watercolour, 30 x 30 cm. This is a long beach close to where we live; one of the few sandy ones as most are pebbles. It is beautiful on a summer's day and just inland is Roseisle Forest, which is great for walking. The beach was defended during WW2 and the bunkers and obstacles are still there, as can be seen here. The people here are my daughter, her boyfriend and her little dog Alfie! The painting is a print of ours which can be seen in our gallery on our website at www.robwighamwatercolours.com/nairn-to-findhorn.html

#mywork #paintings #art #seascape #landscape #Roseisle #Scotland #watercolour #watercolor
 
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'A Walk on Roseisle Beach', watercolour, 30 x 30 cm. This is a long beach close to where we live; one of the few sandy ones as most are pebbles. It is beautiful on a summer's day and just inland is Roseisle Forest, which is great for walking. The beach was defended during WW2 and the bunkers and obstacles are still there, as can be seen here. The people here are my daughter, her boyfriend and her little dog Alfie! The painting is a print of ours which can be seen in our gallery on our website at www.robwighamwatercolours.com/nairn-to-findhorn.html

#mywork #paintings #art #seascape #landscape #Roseisle #Scotland #watercolour #watercolor
 
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Vallon de Lassas / Sarrouès - Vallée d'Aure - Hautes-Pyrénées - France


Sommet sans nom, mais non dépourvu de vue 😉
Solo, retour a 18h comme toujours ...

#ramdo #Pirineos #Pyrenees #Hautes-Phyrenees #landscape #photos #nature #snow #montagne #mountain #lassas #Pic-d-Aret



#1 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Vallon de Lassas


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#3 - 27 Fevrier 2021


#4 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Vue vers SO, du beau monde


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#6 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Robiñera, Monte-Perdido, Munia, Troumouse, Heid, etc ...


#7 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Munia, Serre-Mourène, Troumouse


#8 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Monte-Perdido


#9 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - La muraille de Baroude


#10 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Los tres Maria, La Zuca


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#12 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Sourrouès


#13 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Soum des Salettes


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#15 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - La descente


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Vallon de Lassas / Sarrouès - Vallée d'Aure - Hautes-Pyrénées - France


Sommet sans nom, mais non dépourvu de vue 😉
Solo, retour a 18h comme toujours ...

#ramdo #Pirineos #Pyrenees #Hautes-Phyrenees #landscape #photos #nature #snow #montagne #mountain #lassas #Pic-d-Aret



#1 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Vallon de Lassas


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#4 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Vue vers SO, du beau monde


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#6 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Robiñera, Monte-Perdido, Munia, Troumouse, Heid, etc ...


#7 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Munia, Serre-Mourène, Troumouse


#8 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Monte-Perdido


#9 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - La muraille de Baroude


#10 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Los tres Maria, La Zuca


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#12 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Sourrouès


#13 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - Soum des Salettes


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#15 - 27 Fevrier 2021 - La descente


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Annotations sur les vues depuis le sommet sans nom, cote 2664m


Pour ceux qui connaissent les Pyrénées ou ceux qui veulent voyager ...

#ramdo #Pirineos #Pyrenees #Hautes-Phyrenees #landscape #photos #nature #snow #montagne #mountain #lassas #Pic-d-Aret #Munia #Mote-Perdido #Troumouse #Vignemale



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#ramdo #Pirineos #Pyrenees #Hautes-Phyrenees #landscape #photos #nature #snow #montagne #mountain #lassas #Pic-d-Aret #Munia #Mote-Perdido #Troumouse #Vignemale



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Digital painting and photomontage based on some random landscape photo I took in Thy, Denmark. After having twirled it around and g'micin it for a bit I saw something African in the left side of the image and then painted the blue haired person on the right. Lastly I painted the eyes on the left. The end result looks like something that could hang in am arty-farty loft-appartment in a New York movie.

Go to katharsisdrill.art

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2020 dans les Pyrénées ...


Petite sélection de mes sorties Pyrénéennes durant cette année ...

Bonne soirée et a bientot 😉

#montagne #photographie #photo #landscape #paysages #nature #snow #rando #hiking #Pyreénées #Pirineos #skimo #Pirineus #Catalunya #Aneto



#1 - 2 Janvier 2020 - Vallibierna (3067m)


#2 - 5 Janvier 2020 - Colomina (Catalunya)


#3 - 12 Janvier 2020 - Russell (Fail)


#4 - 26 Janvier 2020 - Pic d'Augas (2289m)


#5 - 2 Fevrier 2020 - Puig de Coma d'Or (2826m)


#6 - 6 Fevrier 2020 - Pic Jolis (2997m), Pic Simo (2995m)


#7 - 9 Fevrier 2020 - Puig Carlit (2921m)


#8 - 16 Fevrier 2020 - Pic de la Sarrera (2912m)


#9 - 23 Fevrier 2020 - Pic du Nérassol (2633n)


#10 - 8 Mars 2020 - Pic du Tarbésou (2364m)


#11 - 15 Mars 2020 - Pic des 3 Seigneurs (2199m)


#12 - 17 Mai 2020 - Roumazet, Port Vell, Pic de la Rouge


#13 - 21 Mai 2020 - Tusse de Montarqué (2889m)


#14 - 24 Mai 2020 - Etang Fourcat (2440m)


#15 - 27 Mai 2020 - Pica d'Estats (3143m)


#16 - 31 Mai 2020 - Pic du Maupas (3109m)


#17 - 21 Juin 2020 - Pic d'Ardiden (2988m)


#18 - 23 Juin 2020 - Epaule Chausenque, Pointe Chausenque, Piton Carré


#19 - 27 Juin 2020 - Punta Fulsa (Fail)


#20 - 4 Juillet 2020 - Cotiella (2912m)


#21 - 7 Juillet 2020 - Besiberri Norte (3015m)


#22 - 18 Juillet 2020 - Pic du Midi d'Ossau (2885m)


#23 - 21 Juillet 2020 - Pics de Russell (x6)


#24 - 26 Juillet 2020 - Pico de Aragüells (3037m), Aguja Juncadella (3021m)


#25 - 1 Aout 2020 - Pic du Marboré (3248m)


#26 - 9 Aout 2020 - Pic de Boum (Fail a 30m)


#27 - 15 Aout 2020 - Gourgs Blancs (3129m), Jean Arlaud (3065m)


#28 - 22 Aout 2020 - Pics d'Arriel


#29 - 27 Aout 2020 - Cresta de Bachimala (x9 3000)


#30 - 3 Septembre 2020 - Cretes de Troumouse


#31 - 11 Septembre 2020 - Pics de la Maladeta Occidentale


#32 - 23 Septembre 2020 - Spijeoles (3065m), Tusse de Montarqué (2889m)


#33 - 22 Decembre 2020 - Pic de St Barthelemy (2348m)


#34 - 26 Decembre 2020 - Bethmale / Cabane d'Eychelle


#35 - 29 Decembre 2020 - Pic de Bassibié (2124m)
 
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