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    Beautiful contributions Pat and Jonathan.
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    Steve - Thank you.

    Jonathan - You sure do have some great subjects to photograph, and you do natures beauty justice. Another great shot.

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    Little stream coming down the side of a hill.

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    The greens on the rocks give a great 3D spatial feel to this image, lovely exposure. Was it getting dark, or very shaded?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve U View Post
    Thought I might start a new thread on this topic, because it doesn't really fit the "nature" thread, but it can cover buildings, bridges, mountains, roads, tracks, ponds and fences and so on. So please post away, if you have anything that suits.

    Same position of the Surfers Paradise, skyline down at the Gold coast, but just half an hour earlier than the "blue" shot.

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    Surfers Paradise_2 by Steve's Life, on Flickr[/img]
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    Steve, Sorry, I missed this when you posted----great idea. It amazes me that no one had started it before. Anyway, thanks. I can't wait to see the photos on this topic.

    Here is one I shot about a little over a year ago---7 shot HDR of the Sandia Mountains in NM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve U View Post
    The greens on the rocks give a great 3D spatial feel to this image,
    I concur ---nice shot conropl
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Huyer View Post
    Sunrise at Vermilion Lakes, Banff, with a few friends
    Jonathan, very nice shot. DO you get a chance to visit this aea very often? Looks like a great place to really work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve U View Post
    The greens on the rocks give a great 3D spatial feel to this image, lovely exposure. Was it getting dark, or very shaded?
    Thank you. It was shaded. There were a lot of these creeks running down the hills in the Smoky's, but I had to look for shaded ones. If any sun got through, it would wash out the area.
    As an example, here is one where the sun poked through... not near as nice:

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob williams View Post
    Here is one I shot about a little over a year ago---7 shot HDR of the Sandia Mountains in NM.
    Very nicely done. I have never done any HDR. One of these days I have to get software to try it.

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    Three shot pano of Death Valley from Dante's View.


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