Star Trek Pictures and Images

The Secret Emerald Lake
Star Trek Pictures

Image by Stuck in Customs
I saw the craziest and most unbelievable things in Patagonia. It was like nature rewrote its own rules to build this place. I’d like to make a reference to the ill-fated Genesis project in Star Trek II, the Wrath of Kahn, but I won’t.

I came across this shockingly clear and mysterious green lake. The water magnified the pure green algae that covered every strange underwater formation. There were also fish swimming around inside, but I kept the ISO so low on these shots, the fish got blurred out. I do have some higher ISO shots of the fish I will add at a later date. They were these little blue-colored fish. I think they were trout, but I’m not totally sure. Anyway, I felt lucky to be here in the Autumn, just after a small rainstorm, making all the trees nice and moist with a glistening glow. Below that, I have posted a shot taken by my friend Dima. It is of yours truly with Yuri. He is looking particularly sour in this photo.

Today I am on a radio show with Rodney Washington as the host about photography, HDR, etc etc. You can listen to it on the widget on the blog at 2 PM CST ( link here ). You can even call in! If you miss the show, it will be available for download (or podcast) after it is recorded.

In the meantime… if you are listenin’ to the show and lookin’ for somethin’ to click. Let’s vote up the site to see if we can get up to #1 in the 2009 Photoblog Awards! You’ll have to register on there so your vote is legit, but that is fast… Thanks in advance!

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50 comments on “Star Trek Pictures and Images

  1. And here is that pic (for those of you that don’t go to the blog..)

    3S6G2405-Edit (by Stuck in Customs)

  2. There’s no way I’m getting the first comment on one of your photos! The green colour reflecting here is absolutely stunning! Thanks for appearing on the Photographer Profiles Blog as well!

  3. :) I’m going to the Sound Of Music that’s why I can’t see your radio show have fun!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WQ6Q_65qck

    very pretty, nice reflection

  4. great shot!

  5. +2 for Wrath of Khan reference

  6. wow, nice work. Have a good weekend !!

  7. wow the colors are amazing!!!

  8. cool swamp

  9. Very cool as always.

  10. very well done shot but are you crazy put that camera strap aruond yer neck

  11. Thanks yall!

  12. beautiful colors !! it looks like a painting from naturalist in 17 century


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  13. Great shot

  14. beautiful shot

  15. Wonderful effect here! gorgeous scene!

  16. These are wonderful colors, very nice.

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  17. Stunning Colors! the algae looks surreal

  18. Great work ! Congrats Stuck.

  19. How cool is that Trey! What an experience!
    I listened to your last radio show… it was great.

  20. so beautiful colours!

  21. Amazing!

  22. I can’t take my eyes off this Trey. A true winner in my book, but I can’t put my finger on why I like it so much.

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  23. Excellent photo my friend, really nice colors and i dont think the composition could be any better, fantastic photo!!

    Have a great weekend!! :)

  24. Great pic, really well done.

  25. Amazing place and pic Trey – all the best on the show!

  26. Amazing !

  27. amazing one!!

  28. I liked your art work. I write short stories, book reviews and ‘review-like- short article about painting. You can see one of my review articles about a painting done by an American women in the link given here. (Mr. Naval Langa)

    paintingsgalleries.blogspot.com/2006/12/water-colour-pain…

  29. Fairyland

  30. Very Sci-Fi, lovely work once again Trey, I quite enjoy your blog, thanks for sharing your experiences…

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  31. It’s absolutely stunning. Seems like something out of a fable.

  32. Love these beautiful greens Trey!

  33. Superb work my friend¡

  34. That is so green Brian Shaler's AutoSmile for Flickr Great shot!

  35. Such striking wonderful color. Just love the green tones and the almost dreamy feel to this shot. I’m so envious of your trip to Patagonia and shot’s like this move it higher in the list for me. I thoroughly enjoy following your stream and seeing all of your brilliant work. Thank you!

  36. How many greens can be called green!

  37. go green …………. beautiful shot ……….. nice work

  38. Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Still Art, and we’d love to have this added to the group!

    GREAT image!!!!

  39. Great capture… Lovely photo!


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  40. wow – awesome shot!

  41. Best greens ever! Fantastic shot, thanks for turning me into an HDR fan.

  42. CONGRATULATIONS ON MAKING EXPLORE!!!
    Excellent shot. Great job, my friend.

    Keep up the great work!


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  43. Lovely impressionistic take on nature photography. Treatment outstanding as usual.

  44. Love this photo !

  45. My compliments on your beautiful image!!

    I’m the Admin of The Gallery Of Fine Photography. This is an exceptional photo. I hope you will consider it an honor to place your photo in our gallery of over 5,800 of the best photos on Flickr by over 2,600 photographers. Please add it to The Gallery Of Fine Photography Feel free to tag your photo The Gallery Of Fine Photography.

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  46. looks like a painting! beautiful work! :-)

  47. Love it. Although I might have tuned down the green a notch.

  48. Love the tapestry-like textures. There is a lake not unlike that in Oregon – where trout swim among a forest of trees throuh crystal-clear water up to 50 ft. deep. There is a deep siolence in such places. We can only but feel deeply – and once in a while craft an image which captures the spirit.

  49. Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Its Not Easy Being GREEN, and we’d love to have this added to the group!

  50. You know what I find very interesting about your HDR?

    It makes stuff look quite like it does on LSD… Not at all like the overdone hysterical psychedelic cliché but it does look quite like your pics… the textures, the colors. People’s hair looks like it does in your pictures…

    great job!

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