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  1. #10671
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    But we have two out of two high res so far. Have you been out terrifying any bugs yet?

  2. #10672
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    pissing down rain here
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  3. #10673
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBGChris View Post
    That's a cool pic, what state is it in?
    Most wine regions in Australia look like that. They all think they need a token winery attached to the vinyard to lure the gullible tourists in. As far as I know most of these joints get most of the real work (crushing) done in large real wineries and then just store and ferment the juice in their little boutique on site tourist friendly "wineries". Maybe I'm a pessimist. New South Wales' Hunter Valley wine region is a classic example of that.

    My photo is "a token winery" and vineyard in MacLaren Vale in South Australia. 1 hrs drive south of Adelaide. With little dispute I think the best wine region in Australia is recognised as the Barrossa Valley, 1 hrs drive north east of Adelaide.
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  4. #10674
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Most wine regions in Australia look like that. They all think they need a token winery attached to the vinyard to lure the gullible tourists in. As far as I know most of these joints get most of the real work (crushing) done in large real wineries and then just store and ferment the juice in their little boutique on site tourist friendly "wineries". Maybe I'm a pessimist. New South Wales' Hunter Valley wine region is a classic example of that.

    My photo is "a token winery" and vineyard in MacLaren Vale in South Australia. 1 hrs drive south of Adelaide. With little dispute I think the best wine region in Australia is recognised as the Barrossa Valley, 1 hrs drive north east of Adelaide.
    It's not so different here in California. We do have a lot of really big wineries that do all their own work, but we also have boutique wineries. One of the biggest wineries in Temecula, CA, buys their best seller outright. We also have a lot of smaller wineries that do their own work and create relatively small batches of very good stuff.
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  5. #10675
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    yeah i suppose...but it doesnt do too badly in the dark.
    iso12800, SOOC; NR turned off aswell.
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    AND You have the D700...do you realise you bought what I dream of?

    ENJOY!!!!
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  6. #10676
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    Quote Originally Posted by accord2003 View Post
    Having been here a while. There are so many good pics here.

    I had the chance to go to the falls again. I took his shot just before night set in. I am not sure about the sky. C&C would be greatly appreciated.
    To be honest I would crop out the yellow lighting below too...and make it a proper pano looking shot...all about the waterfalls. The yellow below is distracting for me.
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    He was one tired dog:




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  9. #10679
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    I love the last 2 shots!
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