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Welcome to Fun with MF Images Forums my friendwell...looking towards west there have been a lot of hard times for me, as spectator, over the past years...now the clouds finally might be able to disappear, for me at last, and very soon...
The other day we were looking at "the Joker", what a weird movie, just contributed to the weird unpleasant mood, even thought it was a spectacular and well done movie..
almost "social-realistic", bravo...(!..recommended despite the mood)
But now, slowly, photo-interest is sort of creeping in upon me again, so..my own little celebration, here, just some subjective kind of "hipshots" with the lovely X1D with the 45/4P on...and no more words...
Took a road trip with my oldest daughter this weekend to explore a potential school for her to get her Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art, my quest to entice her to pursue landscape photography so far has been unsuccessful. Anyway, I digress, in some of my down time I have gone thru old images and some of my favorites are ones I have taken of bald cypress trees. Trying to reprocess a few of these image with Capture One 21.
Cambo WRS-1600 IQ3 100 Rodenstock 32mm HRView attachment 180927
Alabama Hills, California
Found nice patch of pastel colored bushes at north end of Movie Road. Captured at non directional even light at well after sunset. Hoping to capture backlit in the morning in my next visit.
PhaseOne IQ4-150/ Cambo WRS-1600/ HR70mm/ Captured Vertical, horizontally shifted and stitched in PSView attachment 180685View attachment 180686
Oh wow the first one is stunning!
Ed, this was from Caddo Lake State Park in Mill Pond, there is a T shaped boardwalk that goes out into the pond. It would be a great spot to park and launch your kayak, from there you could shoot a variety of areas in the pond or head out into Big Cypress Bayou. If I were guessing, it is probably about a 6 hour drive for you. The state park also has some nice primitive cabins you can rent.Love this! From a boardwalk or boat?
I was just scouting a few old swamps this past week. I'm itching to jump back into my kayak.
Ed, this was from Caddo Lake State Park in Mill Pond, there is a T shaped boardwalk that goes out into the pond. It would be a great spot to park and launch your kayak, from there you could shoot a variety of areas in the pond or head out into Big Cypress Bayou. If I were guessing, it is probably about a 6 hour drive for you. The state park also has some nice primitive cabins you can rent.
Black Bayou is on my list in the near future, I have to make a work trip to Baton Rouge soon and was hoping to scout it out then. BTW, I love your gallery, I saw it this weekend when we went to Crystal Bridges!I am familiar with that boardwalk and you found a wonderful composition. There are three other lakes near there we scouted last week that I intend to kayak and photograph this spring (as well as Caddo of course). You’re right about the drive, not bad. We also like Black Bayou and Benton Lakes. So many great looks in a small area.