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  1. #1351
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    The last few pages have been filled with some great shots!
    Geoff, I enjoyed your seascapes!
    Brian, the meditation park is beautiful.
    SpecialK, your Taft Point, Yosemite Park, shot was breath-taking.
    JPW', the Lake District shots look great. I actually like the first "underexposed" shot as it evokes the dark, moody light of an overcast day really well.
    Eddie, I loved the whole landscape series from Whidbey Island, and the "Shots from the cove" series, particularly the blue schooner, that imo is a great shot!
    & Dwayne, the b&w waterfall shot is fantastic.

    cheers,

    Benjamin
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  2. #1352
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    I know this is technically not a landscape shot, but I was not sure where to put it, so I'll just put it here!




    flickr link

  3. #1353
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    That's gorgeous, Turo. Love those colors.
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  4. #1354
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    Turo - those colours are so deep (so is the water!) is that how it looked?
    Wonderfull!!
    I think someone should start a Sea, or Seascapes thread...
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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  5. #1355
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler View Post
    Turo - those colours are so deep (so is the water!) is that how it looked?
    You really have to see it to truly appreciate how BEAUTIFUL it is in real life! The colors in the water are AMAZING!

  6. #1356
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    Mother Nature, you fickle lady, second day of fall....
    Why do you teases me,
    with your beauty,
    puffy clouds,
    gentle breezes,
    and soft warming rays....
    Before you chill me,
    wrap me in cold,
    with your kisses of frost at night?





    Your apples, sweet apples,
    juicy and crisp,
    quenching both hunger and thirst,
    a hint of the salt air,
    in their sweetness,
    As you finish their growing.
    Just days to their harvest, and your sharing,
    along the oceans shore....





    Ah me Lady, wonderful dame,
    you bid me farewell,
    with the richness of your golden glow,
    reflecting,
    in a million sparkling nuggets,
    as a bridge from your heavenly perch,
    to the dampness of the sand....
    inviting me into join you again,
    tomorrow,
    a promise you'll always honor.


  7. #1357
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    A sunrise
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/14807929@N05/

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  8. #1358
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    Castle Rock. Not really a landSCAPE.

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    Lukas

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    I could tell you but I wouldn't want you to get all pissy if it's the wrong brand

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  9. #1359
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    Early morning landscape

    Had to run up island this morning to the shop. I knew it would be a good opportunity to get a shot of this pier that juts out into this cove, with the sun coming up over the mountains.....
    I passed up more terrestrial shots, as the lighting effects gave the heavens a glow you have to see to believe....
    But I wanted to try to capture the pier and mountains.

    Hope you enjoy the set. These are not photo shopped, and I even got the horizon straight...I think

    Five minutes to sunrise:



    Just peaking over the Cascade Mountains:



    And up and on her way......



    And after taking the above, I turned my back on the sunrise, as it was causing too much lens flair. With these shots you can see the effect of the early morning light casting its glow across the other side of the cove....




  10. #1360
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    I'm not very pleased with how this turned out ... I wanted the bridge to be more dominant in the image. Any suggestions?

    38mm, 1/2 sec., f/32, ISO 200
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