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    Pramote,

    Simply stunning. I love your work. You have a unique talent to see an image and capture exactly what you want.

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    Greg...Thank you very much! I truly appreciate your kind words. You make my day!

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    Simply stunning. I love your work. You have a unique talent to see an image and capture exactly what you want.

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    PLUS 1! Your work inspires me to out and do more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    PLUS 1! Your work inspires me to out and do more.
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    Thank you very much Dave!
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    A photo from the Omberg nature reserve in Sweden.

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    A photo from the Omberg nature reserve in Sweden.

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    RAY...So beautiful and peaceful! Great work as always. Pramote

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    Love that one, Pramote!

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    RAY...So beautiful and peaceful! Great work as always. Pramote
    Thanks Pramote

    I like your photo of the two vessels!
    One below and one above...
    One from now and one from then...

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    Some time the process of taking a photo is quite comfortable for a landscape photographer.
    This one is out of my hotel window
    I have seen this tree on a number of visits to this hotel, but this time I also had some background in the sky that made the photo wort taking.

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    Scandic Segevång, Malmö, South of Sweden.

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    Any chance you can get them to move that "sub" while you take the shot? Oh while we're at it, how about that white building behind the boat you captured ...LOL! Great lighting and the boat's masts partially silhouetted againt the "late day light" and clouds adds a wonderful element to the image. Very very nice!

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    Love that one, Pramote!
    Thanks very much Lloyd for your kind words! Pramote

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    Thanks Pramote

    I like your photo of the two vessels!
    One below and one above...
    One from now and one from then...

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    Thanks very much Ray! Pramote

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Any chance you can get them to move that "sub" while you take the shot? Oh while we're at it, how about that white building behind the boat you captured ...LOL! Great lighting and the boat's masts partially silhouetted againt the "late day light" and clouds adds a wonderful element to the image. Very very nice!

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    Thanks very much for kind and a great sense of humor
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    Any chance you can get them to move that "sub" while you take the shot?
    Actually, it would be easier than that--they could just sink it! Just tell them you are a taxpayer. That should go down well.

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    Actually, it would be easier than that--they could just sink it! Just tell them you are a taxpayer. That should go down well.
    That sub reminds me of the comedic "sort of a hit" movie that Alan Arkin was in during the early 60's called "The Russians are Coming; The Russians are Coming". How interesting that 50 years later, he's in one of the most acclaimed movies of 2012!

    In any case, the lighting and sailing vessel makes for a lovely image...sub or no sub. In fact, some may say it adds an interesting and unexpected element to the pic, much as that meatl gate did in the futuristic looking image posted last week in this forum.

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    Another snapshot with my Leica S and 120mm macro

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    Leica S + 35mm.

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    I travel from south of the Netherlands to Narvik in the north of Norway, and all of Sweden in between.
    Always by car because of all the equipment I bring with me.
    So I pass a lot of interesting places for a landscape photographer.
    But I have become almost obsessed by a bloody bush at the edge of the Omberg nature reserve

    At the end of this month I will travel to Kiruna in the extreme north of Sweden and, if the roads are open, continue to Narvik.
    Lots of beautiful views in the mountains. But the week before that I will go south on a quick job and pass Omberg and the bush.
    And all my thinking is about the bush and nothing for the trip north...

    I want a photo of it in snow, and a autumn photo with mist, and a summer photo with more sun and...

    Take warning kids, stay well away from small bushes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    Some time the process of taking a photo is quite comfortable for a landscape photographer.
    This one is out of my hotel window
    I have seen this tree on a number of visits to this hotel, but this time I also had some background in the sky that made the photo wort taking.

    AFDlll, 210mm/F4 AF, P45+

    Scandic Segevång, Malmö, South of Sweden.

    A beautiful photo from my hometown Malmö!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    I travel from south of the Netherlands to Narvik in the north of Norway, and all of Sweden in between.
    Always by care because of all the equipment I bring with me.
    So I pass a lot of interesting places for a landscape photographer.
    But I have become almost obsessed by a bloody bush at the edge of the Omberg nature reserve

    At the end of this mount I will travel to Kiruna in the extreme north of Sweden and, if the roads are open, continue to Narvik.
    Lots of beautiful views in the mountains. But the week before that I will go south on a quick job and pass Omberg and the bush.
    And all my thinking is about the bush and nothing for the trip north...

    I want a photo of it in snow, and a autumn photo with mist, and a summer photo with more sun and...

    Take warning kids, stay well away from small bushes

    Ray

    (All with AFDlll and P45+ and some lenses)






    Disregarding the sequence of the images , this reminds me of VIVALDI's
    "The Four Seasons" which I love very much .
    Very well done .
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    Thanks Bildifokus and Jotloob

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    H4D200MS with the 100mm/2.2, F=2.2
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    H4D200MS with the 100mm/2.2, F=2.2
    As a period piece (photograph), she looks like she just walked off the set of Les Miserables. I say that fully as a complement to both the photographer and model. Nicely done!

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    Another one withe the H4D200MS and the 100/2.2 full open at 2.2. Not sure I like it or not (one Eye is to dominant?). rem
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    Not sure it works, noticed it on the other picture as well. Not sure why, I'm a one eye in focus wide open shooter by nature but here, perhaps due to the lighting, or the contrast, seems rather out of place.
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    A few from Death Valley with the Leica S. EXIF info in each frame.



    The lens for the first image was the 180mm. Thanks for looking.
    Incredible Joe!

    Love them all but this is my favorite.
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    Incredible Joe!

    Love them all but this is my favorite.
    Thanks Ed. Here are three more from the trip. I love Death Valley, but damn, it's a long way from NC. We had all kinds of weather - rain, sand storm, cold, heat - which made the trip even more fun photographically.

    I like the way the distant mountain pokes through the cloud layer on this one.



    Moonset at sunrise.



    The Leica S files are very malleable. This is from one exposure and the interior of the building was completely dark (except for the light through the bullet holes).



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    [QUOTE=Joe Colson;488297]Thanks Ed. Here are three more from the trip. I love Death Valley, but damn, it's a long way from NC. We had all kinds of weather - rain, sand storm, cold, heat - which made the trip even more fun photographically.

    Moonset at sunrise.


    QUOTE]

    Joe, stunning images....all of them but this one so far may be my favorite....in addition to the one Ed pointed out in his post above. Love how you handled the exposure vis-a-via the exisiting available light, balancing out both of them perfectly to achieve a most effective exposure and of course a truly stunning image!!

    P.S....Joe, I just noticed your 1st shot of Aguereberry Point regarding the lens detail info....it says "Lens Unavailable". Does that mean you got the shot with "Body Only"? Wow, that Leica S is amazing....LOL! (you know me, I couldn't resist!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    I travel from south of the Netherlands to Narvik in the north of Norway, and all of Sweden in between.
    Always by car because of all the equipment I bring with me.
    So I pass a lot of interesting places for a landscape photographer.
    But I have become almost obsessed by a bloody bush at the edge of the Omberg nature reserve

    At the end of this month I will travel to Kiruna in the extreme north of Sweden and, if the roads are open, continue to Narvik.
    Lots of beautiful views in the mountains. But the week before that I will go south on a quick job and pass Omberg and the bush.
    And all my thinking is about the bush and nothing for the trip north...

    I want a photo of it in snow, and a autumn photo with mist, and a summer photo with more sun and...

    Take warning kids, stay well away from small bushes

    Ray

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    Truly amazing Ray!!!
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Joe, stunning images....all of them but this one so far may be my favorite....in addition to the one Ed pointed out in his post above. Love how you handled the exposure vis-a-via the exisiting available light, balancing out both of them perfectly to achieve a most effective exposure. Stunning!

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    Thanks Dave. Death Valley is truly surreal. We (David Duffin, Ron Basinger and I) scheduled the trip around the full moon. Fortunately, we had one moonset that was not obscured by clouds. Good karma.

    The dynamic range of the S is amazing. But it does need a lens! In the case of Aguereberry Point, it was the 180mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Thanks Dave. Death Valley is truly surreal. We (David Duffin, Ron Basinger and I) scheduled the trip around the full moon. Fortunately, we had one moonset that was not obscured by clouds. Good karma.

    The dynamic range of the S is amazing.

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    Good Karma indeed! The God's "and more" were definitely looking down on all of you . All it takes is that one fleeting moment and great timing to capture an unforgetable image. As for the DR of the "S"....obviously it's of tremendous benefit in lighting situations such as this one (the image I was pointing out). Looking forward to seeing more. Thanks!

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    ...But I have become almost obsessed by a bloody bush at the edge of the Omberg nature reserve

    At the end of this month I will travel to Kiruna in the extreme north of Sweden and, if the roads are open, continue to Narvik.
    Lots of beautiful views in the mountains. But the week before that I will go south on a quick job and pass Omberg and the bush.
    And all my thinking is about the bush and nothing for the trip north...

    I want a photo of it in snow, and a autumn photo with mist, and a summer photo with more sun and...

    Take warning kids, stay well away from small bushes

    Ray

    (All with AFDlll and P45+ and some lenses)
    Excellent series Ray. I love it!!

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    Excellent series Ray. I love it!!

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    +1! I love to see a photographically documented series of a subject as it and the surrounding enviorment changes during the four primarily seasons. In this regard, many have a favorite subject they focus on thoughout the year. For me, I affectionately call my subject "Shed on the Hill". Ray, I can identify with the obsession . Lovely series!

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    Quite a few more shots of this type here:
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    Ed, wonderful series on the Sydney Opera house. #'s 1,2,3 and the last image are my favorite. The lighting is often both striking and sublime for such a well know and prominant structure and shows it in a most attractive way! The 645D also continues to impress! Nicely done!

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    Thanks Pramote and Joe for your kind words.
    You are both inspiring photographer to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    +1! I love to see a photographically documented series of a subject as it and the surrounding enviorment changes during the four primarily seasons. In this regard, many have a favorite subject they focus on thoughout the year. For me, I affectionately call my subject "Shed on the Hill". Ray, I can identify with the obsession . Lovely series!

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    Thanks Dave!

    It is always nice to find a "brother in obsession"

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    Thanks Dave!

    It is always nice to find a "brother in obsession"
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    I"ll drink to that! The beer's on me!! My problem is my obsessive subject "Shed on a Hill" requires me to make a split second decision as I pass it by on the other side of a major highway, make a legal U-Turn just past it and then quickly built up speed to cut across two lanes of on-coming traffic and pull over into to off the side of the road dirt, up against (nearly) a guard rail.

    More times than not, within 5 minutes (about the time I'm about to take the 1st shot), flashing red lights pull up right behind me, seriously inquiring what I'm doing. Most seem to understand (the obsession) to capture this scene and simply reply "be careful when pulling out later"...while others just shake their head and can't figure it out and probably thinking "it's just a old dilapidated shed siiting in the distance on some ragged rolling hill..what's he wasting his time for"...LOL

    It's in the eye of the beholder but having an occasional pending storm hovering over the gentle rolling Blue Ridge Mountain range sitting in the background of this shed, certainly doesn't hurt . Talk about a pending storm...I'm getting a late start here this morning and we at the moment are having a small snow storm of about 1-2 inches at the moment....hmmm.....time for a quick jump in the car prior to work and prepare to make that U-turn! . See you at the tavern...afterwards! (If I don't show, maybe someone will bail me out...LOL!).

    I'm sure most of us have our own stories about the great lengths we go to shoot and document our own Personal Obsessive Subjects. I'd hate to use the abreviation "POS" for this syndrome, but can't think of what other acronym to use!

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    My oldest boy, 7 today..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    My oldest boy, 7 today..
    Nathan, my youngest is 39. Savor these moments. They are fleeting.

    Cute kid. A photo you'll cherish.

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    On the street where I live. We have a big storm heading our way this weekend. This is just the pre-storm warmup--this little guy is coming from out west and the main event is coming in from the south. Where I live, they are predicting 18"–24" by the time it is over--our ground was bare yesterday. NOTE TO SELF: chill the camera before going out to stop ice forming on it. Weatherproofing may be a gimmick, but it is a gimmick I can live with.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    On the street where I live. We have a big storm heading our way this weekend. This is just the pre-storm warmup--this little guy is coming from out west and the main event is coming in from the south. Where I live, they are predicting 18"–24" by the time it is over--our ground was bare yesterday. NOTE TO SELF: chill the camera before going out to stop ice forming on it. Weatherproofing may be a gimmick, but it is a gimmick I can live with.
    Yikes!! I've been looking at the Nubble Lighthouse webcam today and conditions look fierce.

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    Joe, that is not even the storm. We have a blizzard forecast which are winds of 35mph or greater. Right now it is a gentle winter flurry. Any one want to help me dig out tomorrow?

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