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  1. #3121
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    It's tough living here.

    Ferny Creek morning


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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    It's tough living here.
    Ferny Creek morning
    That's pretty nice, the sun pattern is amazing. I suggest allowing the whites to be white, rather than darkening them when they are clearly blown.

  4. #3124
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    It's a lovely shot K1W1 well spotted.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

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    Hmm, is an ice cave under a glacier a landscape? Started sorting through a few more from Iceland. If you ever go in winter (Oct-March) you can usually get into some of the caves where the water flows under the glaciers. Several local companies offer guided trips, although it is also possible to find them on your own there are a few safety concerns and the trips are not expensive.

    This room was about 20 feet at the peak and probably 15-25 feet of ice above to the surface. The small white cone is a pile of snow that floats down from a vent to the surface. All the light is from those holes or through the ice itself.
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  6. #3126
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    Hmm, is an ice cave under a glacier a landscape?
    Well if you can have ice-capades (remember them?) I suppose you can have ice-scapes.

    Fascinating glimpse of a subterranean world. I love the blue colours you get when light interacts with ice!
    Nikon D7000 and a bunch of Nikon stuff oh, and some Canon p&s's too

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    Hmm, is an ice cave under a glacier a landscape?
    If all those pictures of slot canyons I see around the internet are landscapes, this qualifies too!

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    Goodnight Melbourne



    For those with an interest in such things the lake on the left is Albert Park, the scene of last weekends opening round of the F1 championship.

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    All that orange and gold; lots of dust lately?

    So did you get to the F1 race? I have not been to one since 1981 at the Canadian GP. Lost interest when it started to skip the US and TV coverage got to be hard to find. I guess it is back now if I could find the time. Considering the state of sports car racing these days F1 might be worth getting back to. So many new and seemingly bland tracks. I miss all the classics like Spa and Watkins Glen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    All that orange and gold; lots of dust lately?

    So did you get to the F1 race?
    Thanks.
    Haven't been for three or four years. I only go when I get free VIP tickets from suppliers. The rest of the time I largely ignore it like most Melbourne residents although this year I kept a bit of an eye on it because of the new regulations to see what happened.

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