Cool High Calorie images

Check out these high calorie images:

Wormsloe, the Endless Forest of Savannah – 16,000 pixels wide!
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Image by Stuck in Customs
My Largest Photo Ever and Flickr can’t handle it
The TIFF of the photo below is 984 megs, and the JPG is 124 megs! It’s about 16,000 pixels across and very fun to zoom in on as you go down the lane. I dropped it to 12,000 pixels so I could upload, but, I feel a small fleeting-changed!

You can see the Original Size below…

I wish Flickr would offer a premium subscription where I could post huge photos. I’d gladly pay 0 a year for a premium subscription that gets me all sorts of extra features, like huge photos, high quality videos like my Vimeo sub, tier 1 tech support, and all sorts of other goodies.

Another Forest Photo, Hanging at HQ of Flickr Competitor

The fine people at Smugmug (see my port there at stuckincustoms.smugmug.com/) have chosen my Bamboo Forest photo to hang inside their headquarters in California. They are really building a 60" lightbox in the rear it. I’ll see it in person in a few weeks when I go visit the crew there. I’m looking forward to it!

Daily Photo – Wormsloe, the Endless Forest of Savannah
My friend Scott Kublin (who made it to my Favorites page on my iPhone… he was at the bottom, but I just went him up above the babysitter) lives in Savannah, so it was excellent to visit him on my small road trip. He commented that regular visitors to Stuck In Customs would doubtless like to see current shots while I am traveling around! So, here it is! But, this one took about 3-4 hours to edit, five cups of coffee, and several pieces of pie. Did you see my small "Buy Trey Chocolate For Energy" there in the right column? Yes, I burn through copious calories to make these things. This one nearly ruined my back, but I am very pleased with it.

Some of you may remember this place from Forest Gump… A lot of it was shot down in Savannah. Besides Wormsloe, I also visited some amazingly temperamental cemeteries, draped in mossy trees. I’ll get to editing those photos another time… possibly when I get back home to Texas!

from Trey Ratcliff at www.stuckincustoms.com

Food plotting
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Image by orangebrompton
On the left, being paid some thought of which meals I would need to pack. I finished up taking with me everything I would need to eat that weekend, including freeze dried equipped meals.

On the right, a list of high calorie foods for convenient carrying. I have a very terrible habit when cycling of eating sweet stuff all day, which gives me honey cravings for days afterwards and is doubtless really terrible generally. So I chose to try a less cake-centric menu. (I didn’t end up baking the peanut butter cookies)

96 Responses to “Cool High Calorie images”

  1. Stuck in Customs says:

    This is from the original, zoomed into 100%

    Wormsloe Full Zoom

  2. Joshi Anand says:

    mind blowing light !

    instant fav !!!

  3. Sienar says:

    Pretty incredible photo sir!

  4. An Anna says:

    its like you’re in a dream!
    incredible…

  5. (c.jones) says:

    awesome!!!

  6. Andrea Rapisarda says:

    terrific compo and splendid processing!!

    Seen on Fluidr

  7. okocha1337 says:

    wow this is so incredible!!!
    i like it.
    perfect colors

  8. basiljonez (moving on) says:

    excellent grief!!
    That’s incredible!

  9. ctandjung says:

    wow!

  10. Amar Ramesh Photography says:

    wow this is incredible..whats the capacity of your mac?

  11. EtienneSA says:

    Splendid Scott !! What a Shot !!

  12. mattsantomarco says:

    This is reproduction. I like how the light is reflected off all the leaves and branches.

  13. Stuck in Customs says:

    Thankfulness !

    AnRb – well – my mac nearly melted! It is a new macbook pro 17"

  14. Maneesh Srivastva Photography says:

    Wow!!!!!!!! Simply outstanding.

  15. Photo Pas'ion says:

    It’s incredible shot. Mind blowing shot.

  16. Any.colour.you.like says:

    wow

  17. -skyone- says:

    i’m gonna need a larger screen

  18. grovlam says:

    That is insanity. So much detail and texture it is unbelievable. Tried to download the jpg original size and Windows can’t handle zooming in more then two or three times…HE HE
    Gorgeous work indeed!

  19. Paul Duggan says:

    Astonished.


    Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

  20. Boris Mitendorfer Photography says:

    Huge, my friend!
    Hmm, I don’t see your "Buy Trey Chocolate For Energy" sign.

  21. Lee Orchard Photography (LeoPhotography) says:

    Wow, thats a large image. This is a splendid photo

  22. rmrayner says:

    Nice job Trey…. really like this one. Amused to see you had been responsible for the SmugMug froint page image that I had been admiring…. you do get about!

  23. heatherrivet says:

    outstanding

  24. Vhea says:

    W O W!!!!!!

  25. Julien Ratel ( In Iceland ) says:

    it’s incredible!! such a clarity in that shot!!

  26. Dave DiCello says:

    Just wow, this is freakin’ incredible!

  27. Haaghun - Follow me on 500px /G+ says:

    colours are incredible!

  28. tista_ceres "Simone Arrigone" says:

    Gorgeous work.
    I really like ..
    .. congratulations!

  29. Raymond Larose says:

    Gorgeous HDR, as always.

  30. Lens Adventurer says:

    Fantastic work!!

  31. Miguel Herrera says:

    Incredible shot, splendid colours and splendid lighting!


    Learned using FlickrFox. (?)

  32. elginz says:

    Nicely captured. Splendid shot.

  33. dc.roake says:

    outstanding.

  34. Image By Design Works ﺕ says:

    Incredible image! I can’t wait to end reading your book! I lucked out when our local borders had 1 copy left! =]

  35. {kidnurse} says:

    Trey, these trees are very much like the angel oaks in the Charleston, SC area. Gorgeous shot.

  36. wasatchreflections says:

    Fantastic

  37. ShutterRunner says:

    Awesome, Trey. This shot is so cool, it looks like those trees are endless.

  38. Jen's Photography says:

    Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Color: DEEP, DARK, RICH, VIBRANT!, and we’d like to have this added to the group!

  39. Joe's-Photos says:

    Spectacular color! Very nice work!

  40. @photogoofer says:

    I see a lot of halos from red/green. Is that from Flickr processing? I haven’t looked at the original yet. Looks like a Stewart Iron Facility gate!

  41. Steven Correy says:

    I’ve been playing with the picture for the last ten minutes – zoom in zoom out zoom in zoom out! nice!

  42. ktania says:

    splendid!!!!

  43. Eivind K. Døvik says:

    doubtless my #1 favourite Stuck In Customs-HDR.

  44. lindamccraven says:

    astonished.

  45. susan_r4 says:

    Wow! Gorgeous Trey!!

  46. crosisflickr says:

    At first I did not realize from where did all of the forest came, realizing it was always there inside :} What a grand shot, my new wallpaper :}

  47. OldDogNewTrick says:

    Very well done. I viewed the original size on a 22 inch monitor, and zoomed around to see many details otherwise missed.

  48. lyndsey matthews says:

    Another reason I like the South. Haven’t been to Savannah, but can’t wait.

  49. Michael Tuuk says:

    Incredible detail even at 100%! Awesome.

  50. Dave Shiel says:

    Wow, this is incredible!!

  51. Dal_1970 says:

    Truly awesome. Not gonna attempt to d/l on my laptop. Will try later on my PC

  52. Ramaranjan Ruj says:

    freakin awesome.!

  53. Paraic Brennan says:

    Wow- the detail is incredible.

  54. Trueth says:

    Zoomed all the way in, dead center at the top, there is the outline of a vulture flying overhead through the tree leaves. Wow on the detail!

  55. kth_friend says:

    What a splendid shot and HUGE size, although I am still preoccupied how you made it… I will return later to stuck in customs.. to find the answer ??? please place us out of our misery… lol thankfulness over again..

  56. Chee Seong says:

    Incredible light.

  57. Tallapragada says:

    over again u did MAGIC

  58. dbltapp says:

    As with all of your work I’ve seen, you don’t right perspective. Why?

  59. bermrunner says:

    Glorious and huge image Trey. I took 7 minutes viewing the original size Flickr image; 4 minutes scrolling horizontally and 3 vertically. (No coffee or pie during my viewing process I hasten to add!)

  60. *MF3* says:

    Absolutely astounding!

  61. Cliff_Baise says:

    Holy crap.

  62. Alex Stoen says:

    Fantastic capture, creative and inspiring. Now that’s what I like to see!
    Congratulations on the Explore.

    Have a splendid Weekend ahead!
    Hope to see you around My Photostream.

  63. Michael Connell says:

    What a monster shot!!!

  64. ON THE MOON STUDIO says:

    Fantastic photography.

  65. janusz l says:

    Very impressive in "Original"

  66. L.U.C.I.O. says:

    Wonderfull framing !

  67. matthew.morgan95 says:

    Very gorgeous.

  68. Stuck in Customs says:

    Thankfulness all!

    I don’t mind the "tilt" – I know it bothers some people, but I reckon it’s kinda cool – my eyes adjust to it

  69. ladyLara ( Laura Bâlc ) says:

    Wooooooooooooooooooow

  70. foto d50 says:

    Incredible!!!
    Gorgeous capture!! nice processed
    Congratulations for the explore

  71. MoWy. says:

    Aberrations at will.

  72. OdiMontero says:

    Incredible colours.

  73. Pachelbel Canon says:

    Spectacular … like the road going into the distance

  74. KathrynApril says:

    Splendid lighting and fantastic arrangement!

  75. A&M - Photography says:

    Incredible! You HDR skills are very excellent!

  76. VINCENT MOYASHI says:

    Hi, I’m an admin for a group called EYE ZOOM ! ESTHETIQUE ! ( INVITE ONLY ), and we’d like to have this added to the group!

  77. emptysilence says:

    wow. such grandiosity. =)

  78. McN41R says:

    nice capture and excelent work

  79. IvanClow says:

    woaaaaah splendid picture!

  80. Toria Clark says:

    incredible!

  81. alaricxyz says:

    my goodness! stunning, brilliant achievement in photography! Congratulations, sir! :-D

  82. amaya_berlin says:

    splendid work! favorit

  83. brucethomas says:

    Pretty incredible. Thankfulness for the original size, and thankfulness a lot for all the tips. they have helped take my work to a whole new place.

  84. Serious Dr says:

    wow

  85. LordBYTE™ [ [ - | - ] ] says:

    Awesome creations dude!!!

  86. hdrstation says:

    Really-really splendid image and superb HDR process.. I’m admin for web http://www.hdrstation.com. We choose this photo for World to view. We also choose this photo for world to learn more about HDR. If you have more splendid photos and want to share with the world the info about HDR, kindly write to us..We only choose the best of the best. Post us your facility, so world can admit you.

  87. demolitiongirl says:

    WOW..

  88. Gredlie says:

    Very nice!

  89. light487 says:

    I like it.. it makes me want to walk through the gate and explore the hidden garden beyond.

  90. nancello photo says:

    Gorgeous light and processing!!!

  91. ripleymb says:

    The trees are just s’marvelous.

  92. dcatwell says:

    Simply incredible.

  93. sorellamias says:

    it’s so… magic.

  94. Yousef Malallah says:

    This is a masterwork!

    . . . Seen in Art of Images (♥Add 1 – Choice 3♥)

    *HAPPY HOLIDAYS*

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  95. Emotioned.com says:

    We are working on a monthly travel and adventure sport competition, all winning entries will be published in an online magazine. Judge panel will selected from Flickr.

    There are 3 parts of the competition, 2 parts are currently under development:

    A Flick group called : – please submit your best photo here

    A website containing information on current judges and fleeting-listed submissions

    The actual magazine name – to be announced

    If you want to be a judge, please contact me

    This is absolutely free and run by volunteers

  96. sparkverve says:

    The lighting is truly inspiring.