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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik View Post
    I lived with them for 40 days. I started with Nikkor 600mm lens in the first day and ended with 45mm Phase One in the last. This a a national park, so hunting is prohibited and these bears (most of them) did not see any threat from a human in their life. Females realized quickly that I posed no threat, and in the end of my expedition they would even leave their cubs with me (literally 1 meter away) and would go fishing. This is the greatest form of trust a female can demonstrate. They do see people from time to time so it is no shock to them, but it takes time for them to get accustomed to you and start feeling at ease.
    Wonderful images and you have some stunning ones on your website - I just wish I could read Cyrillic text!
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    PROFESSIONAL, THEY ARE NICE..I LOVE THE FIRST ONE TOUGH.

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    Stopped back through West Virginia on our way south.

    Cambo RS, IQ180, HR23:


    Cambo RS, IQ180, SK150:

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Stopped back through West Virginia on our way south.[/IMG]
    Wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Lewis View Post
    Wow!
    Ditto +1! Ed, those are phenomenal!
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    Nice Ed. Really like the second one.

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    Thank you Wayne, Jack and Shelby. We had nice light and decent color this morning at Babcock and this evening at Twin Falls State Parks. I love the lichen on the trees here in West Virginia.

    Being from Arkansas, I just have to name this scene "Hillbilly Heaven".

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    Since we've had heaven... here's my definition of hell.

    Seeing fall color in all it's glory while this sits on your desk waiting for a DB adapter coming via post in a day or so:



    (I currently have no camera except for a canon I'm about to put up for sale... thus hesitant to take it out and use it.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasR View Post
    PROFESSIONAL, THEY ARE NICE..I LOVE THE FIRST ONE TOUGH.

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    Thank you very much, Blasr!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    I just have to name this scene "Hillbilly Heaven".
    Then call me a hillbilly.

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    What a beautiful, evocative image. Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Thank you Wayne, Jack and Shelby. We had nice light and decent color this morning at Babcock and this evening at Twin Falls State Parks. I love the lichen on the trees here in West Virginia.

    Being from Arkansas, I just have to name this scene "Hillbilly Heaven".

    Cambo RS, IQ180, HR32:

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    Just got the new camera.
    Phase One DF/IQ180 with Schneider 150mm LS
    The lens is very light and has great AF.
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    during a long weekend in Netherlands. Leica S2.

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    Exceptional color and composition. This is one helluva shot. Thanks Ed for sharing this one with us. No color like this in central NC (yet).
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Thank you Wayne, Jack and Shelby. We had nice light and decent color this morning at Babcock and this evening at Twin Falls State Parks. I love the lichen on the trees here in West Virginia.

    Being from Arkansas, I just have to name this scene "Hillbilly Heaven".

    Cambo RS, IQ180, HR32:
    Wonderful !

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    Cambo RS, IQ180, SK150:
    [/QUOTE]

    EXCELLENT
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Stopped back through West Virginia on our way south.


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    Brilliant shot. Love it.

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    And its also fall in Japan...some parts...this photograph, taken this afternoon at Ryuzu Falls. Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD4/28.


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    Amazing, all those fall colors killing me, i should sell my gear or give up photography then.
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    Love that 2nd one Ed.
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    Great series ofimages. Continuing in the fall theme is this one, to me it has a very Japanese feel, despite having been shot at Eighth Lake in the Adirondacks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Great series ofimages. Continuing in the fall theme is this one, to me it has a very Japanese feel, despite having been shot at Eighth Lake in the Adirondacks.

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    I like this one. Very nice contrast between the warm colors vs the cold grey of the tree/water.

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    today on the lake (Hy6, e75LV, 80mm)




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    A couple of pics taken at one of the biggest mosques in the world - the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. Truly a sight to behold







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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    I like this one. Very nice contrast between the warm colors vs the cold grey of the tree/water.
    Thanks Tom. A couple more from the same trip: Hoel Pond after sunset and reflections/lily pads:


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    A couple of shots taken in Satwa, an old part of Dubai



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    Wow - great Fall stuff from Ed (as usual!), Tsjanik and Peter. Congratulations guys - you're inspiring me to get some of mine processed!

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    In the Adirondacks.


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    Love it!

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    Wow, don't look for 24 hours and a raft of great images has been loaded up!


    Bill, yours is reminiscent of the work form one of my favorite landscape photographers, Eliot Porter.
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    ghoonk:

    love the mosque and people shots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Wow, don't look for 24 hours and a raft of great images has been loaded up!


    Bill, yours is reminiscent of the work form one of my favorite landscape photographers, Eliot Porter.
    You're very observant, Jack - Eliot Porter is my greatest inspiration and while I try to avoid copying him, there is no doubt I feel his influence. More to come as I find time to process!

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    Bill, the "Nature's Chaos" image is gorgeous! Simply but complexly gorgeous.
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    Thanks Joe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghoonk View Post
    A couple of pics taken at one of the biggest mosques in the world - the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. Truly a sight to behold







    Nice shots. Mosques with their non-representational artwork are some of the most beautiful buildings on earth; I particularly would like to visit and photograph Hagia Sophia in Turkey, which has had a storied existence over the centuries.

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    All pictures especially Ed, Tom and Bill's are "out of the world".
    Thank you for sharing.

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    Great Shot. Thanks for sharing. I would love to shoot fall colors in Japan some day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    And its also fall in Japan...some parts...this photograph, taken this afternoon at Ryuzu Falls. Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD4/28.


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    Quick take from a model shoot yesterday, have a load of editing to do and got some real winners. This one caught my eye this morning. IQ 160 full res with 110 LS lens. Fun part was walking on desert mountain with 2 models in 6 inch heels surrounded by jumping cholla cactus. Took longer to get in and out than shoot. LOL

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    What the heck one more quickie. Nice to be 15, 5 foot 10 and look this good.

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    Bill, very beautiful leaves !

    here is a photo taken in Maine, two weeks ago ! Too much leaves for the web ...



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    Thanks Jerome - I bet your leaves look great in a large print!

    Here's my version of too many leaves! Two shot pano.

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    and here is just one leave... (and thanks to the spider)


    and a small branch - the back light made it look interesting to me

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    OK Bill, here are some fruit for a change



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    Guy, nice shots!

    Now, I'm over 15 and more than 5'10' - does that make me "this good" too?

    Please don't answer...

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    Thanks Thierry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I love this one. Great color and composition and just enough of the background to be interesting but not distracting.

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