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Mehrab Reza Photography  Based in Dallas, TX Landscape photography from around the world.

Arctic winds, frozen ground, glacial mist, frigid current, and frosted lens. Welcome to Godafoss.

This rock formation in northern Iceland rises nearly 50ft above the sea. According to Icelandic legend, this rock used to be a troll who forgot to retreat from the light and was turned into stone during sunrise 🙂

Exploring frozen waterfalls in Iceland. If you're exploring Iceland in the winter and you have a capable vehicle, Aldejarfoss is a must see!

I'll be traveling to #Iceland and visiting some really amazing locations to photograph. I know Iceland is a common photography destination but I really didn't think I was going to make it out there.

Some locations I'll be visiting:
•Thingvellir and Vik for frozen waterfalls and seascapes
•Vatnajokull Park for glacial lagoons, ice caves, and northern lights •East Fjords for winding roads, cascading streams, and terraced mountains •Myvatn for major waterfalls and aurora photography
•North coastline and back to Reykjavik

More than 10,000 acres are on fire in the the Columbia River Gorge. This area is the crown jewel of the state of Oregon, containing dozens of the most beautiful waterfalls and trails IN THE WORLD! Due to the stupidity of some teenagers with fireworks, this iconic landmark will never be the same again. I'm grateful to have been able to visit and photograph it recently and I'm devastated for the residents and future visitors. Only God knows how many decades it will take to restore the Columbia River Gorge or if it'll ever be the same again.

Shot with the Canon 5DS-R with Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II and RRS TVC-33 tripod.

5sec at f/11, ISO 100

Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona.

Shot with:
-Canon 5DS-R
-Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II
-Really Right Stuff TVC-33 tripod
-Really Right Stuff BH-55 ballhead

Camera settings:
6sec at f/6.3, ISO 100

The most difficult to reach waterfall in the Columbia River Gorge. This is Spirit Falls. It's hidden, remote, turquoise, and majestic--one of the most tranquil and beautiful places I've ever been.

Camera settings:
*ISO 100

Multinomah Falls in the Colombia River Gorge is one of the most famous waterfalls in America, receiving 2 million visitors a year! That means, if you want to photograph this waterfall without thousands of tourists in your picture, you have to get there before sunrise on a weekday. I hope you guys enjoy my shot of this 620ft waterfall.
Camera settings:
*0.5 sec
*ISO 100
Gear list:
*Canon 5DS-R
*Canon 16-35mm f/2.8
*Really Right Stuff TVC- 33 Tripod
*Really Right Stuff BH-55 LR Ballhead
*Lee Circular Polarizer

"The Wave" of Antelope Canyon in Arizona. This canyon is owned by the Navajo Nation and they call it "Tse bighanilini" which means "the place where water runs through rocks." I got to spend an amazing 3.5 hours in the canyon during one of the times of the year when light-beams shine into the canyon, accentuating the different colors of the beautiful rocks. Please enjoy!

This is the beautiful floating mosque in Perlis, Malaysia. It's called that because, when devotees go inside, the only thing they can see surrounding them is water. It feels as if they are floating in the ocean. It was a very peaceful experience. Taken with my favorite camera, the Leica M.

@reuniontower on display in red, white, and blue for Memorial Day.

The view of Zion National Park from Angels Landing. Check out @zionphotographers and @kateoliverphotos for great tours of the park!

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