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  1. #8491
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTL View Post
    But, after seeing Picnic at Hanging Rock (pure fiction, I know)
    Filmed at the real Hanging Rock park about 1 hour out of Melbourne. A very surreal place yet beautiful to visit. Link here.

    Quote Originally Posted by JTL View Post
    ...I'm afraid of remote places in Australia (I haven't swam in the ocean since seeing Jaws either)!
    Also filmed in Australia off the coast of South Australia to be precise.
    Just remember that world wide there are around 20 million sharks caught and killed by humans each year but here in Australia where we have a high percentage of the worlds human deaths by shark attack there is on average slightly more than 1 death per year for the last 200 years. Who should be afraid of who?

  2. #8492
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    great stuff here lately.. you guys got skills. this is from a recent vacation to the Smokey Mountains.. me and the wife did tons of hiking on trails like these.. she even supported me when i told her i wanted to lug the tripod around on the trails.. ahh true love..

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    What a lovely trail.

  4. #8494
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    Snapped this on my way back from the west coast. It was setting pretty fast, good thing I had my camera in reach.

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  5. #8495
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    I really like that one Joseph.
    Is it all up to great composition and exposure or did you do any special PP?
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  6. #8496
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler View Post
    I have to agree this shot just works - rules or no rules - I love it!!
    Did you try different cropping to move the cow around in the frame...?
    Thanks Geoff, yeah tried different things but I wanted the small fence posts left in.

    Quote Originally Posted by achuang View Post
    One of my favourite shots from the grampians. This is Reid's lookout.
    Shot with a polariser and handheld 2 stop GND.
    Wow that is gorgeous, nice work

    Quote Originally Posted by josef View Post
    great stuff here lately.. you guys got skills. this is from a recent vacation to the Smokey Mountains.. me and the wife did tons of hiking on trails like these.. she even supported me when i told her i wanted to lug the tripod around on the trails.. ahh true love..
    TRUE LOVE, then she would of carried it for you.
    Always nice to have that supportive spouse.
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  7. #8497
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    TRUE LOVE, then she would of carried it for you.
    Narator "It was a very emotional time for a photographer"

    DCRP'rs (off-screen groaning) "I don't be-leeve this."

    Tripod carrying heroin "I fear I'll never carry it again."

    Photographer "Of course you will."

    Tripod Carrying Heroin "But how can you be sure?"

    Photographer "This is true love. You think this happens every day?"

    Couldn't resist mis-quoting some princess bride script given your posts.
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  8. #8498
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    Posting 2 today just to be contrary.
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  9. #8499
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post


    TRUE LOVE, then she would of carried it for you.
    Always nice to have that supportive spouse.
    I should count myself fortunate, my girlfriend carried my tripod for me while in the grampians.
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    Funny thing about Wolf Creek is i saw it whilst traveling O/S, and even though i wasnt in Oz i came across several interesting (semi remote) locations which reminded me of that yard in the film and had me making a speedy exit from the area :P Damn that movie!
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