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  1. #16611
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    I love those mountain views K1W1. The inclusion of the roof adds effect to the composition.
    Is the bush fire in Vic near where you are?
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  2. #16612
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    K1W1... Nice shots. I'm a fan of including dead trees in an image. They always seem to be saying "I may be dead, but I'm still relevant".

    Add a little Spanish Moss to keep warm and...

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  3. #16613
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    Another favorite taken a while back with the D70.

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  4. #16614
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    K1W1,

    Those mountains remind me of the Blue Ridge here in the southern USA.

  5. #16615
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    K1W1 that 1st one at Mt Horn is a cracker. Great framing of a scene
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  6. #16616
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    Powers lookout near Whitfield


  7. #16617
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    Maybe crop out/correct the vignetting on the Powers Lookout shot. Nice arrangement.

    May we see the color version?
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  8. #16618
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    Great shots D70Fan. Are they HDR?

    K1W1. Those are stunning shots from the top of the mountai.

    Here's one tree shot that says I MAYBE DEAD BUT I'M STILL RELEVANT. From Preah Khan Temple, Cambodia.

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  9. #16619
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    Nope. Both are single exposure.

    Thanks for the compliment.

    Trees grow in the darndest places. Example: The tree in your shot is in a pretty weird spot.

  10. #16620
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    Quote Originally Posted by D70FAN View Post
    Maybe crop out/correct the vignetting on the Powers Lookout shot. Nice arrangement.

    May we see the color version?
    I added the vignetting. I wanted an old style b&w type shot. I don't have a colour version on line at this stage.

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