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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    Back to the Empire State Plaza. The Corning Erastus Tower & Egg. Three image vertical stitch, plus crop for detail [such as GetDPI shows].


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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    Back to the Empire State Plaza. The Corning Erastus Tower & Egg. Three image vertical stitch, plus crop for detail [such as GetDPI shows].

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    Intriguing: what's this "Hoogte" ?

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    Last month in Austria. A brief article with more images.



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    Stunning picture! I hope you don't mind the query, but is the halo around the building intentional?
    Thanks Ed. And I don’t mind the question at all. That halo is actual cloud. Halo from post drives me nuts, but rather than try to remove it, I left it here because, while post brought it up a bit dramatically, I liked the look. In another image of the tower straight on, the streaks of clouds almost look like a fan radiating from the Egg’s base. From this image’s angle, the clouds had a near-vertical appearance, accentuated to some degree by the Nikon’ 19 perspective in portrait orientation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Intriguing: what's this "Hoogte" ?

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    It’s the Dutch word from which the Brits derived the word “height.” When I give titles to images, I usually like to go looking through the dictionary for the etymology of some word that is descriptive of the image. Given the Dutch roots of much of NY, it seemed to fit.
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    Amazing image! Great work, thanks for sharing. Best regards,

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    Central park panoramic everyone photographs (for good reason, it’s luscious!).

    Been here three times and these lights never seem to be working.

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    Wonderful shot, but where did all the people go?
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    Afternoon

    A break from the beautiful landscapes and a quick shot from a group of old cars standing outside a museum not far from here, presumably not good enough to be inside, they are slowly returning to nature. Just seemed better as a study of the tones and textures in black and white.

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    [QUOTE= but where did all the people go?[/QUOTE]
    ..went for refreshment? !
    I like it without any human or animal bodies !

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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    Thanks Ed. And I don’t mind the question at all. That halo is actual cloud. Halo from post drives me nuts, but rather than try to remove it, I left it here because, while post brought it up a bit dramatically, I liked the look. In another image of the tower straight on, the streaks of clouds almost look like a fan radiating from the Egg’s base. From this image’s angle, the clouds had a near-vertical appearance, accentuated to some degree by the Nikon’ 19 perspective in portrait orientation.
    Thanks for the explanation - makes sense. And it's truly a lovely, striking and impressive picture...
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    Dubai at dusk. Photographed from the 30th floor at Waldorf Astoria Dubai. The imposing structure on the right of the frame is the Burj Kalifa, rising up some 900m in the air, and currently the world's tallest building/structure. Photographed with the Fujifilm GFX50S with GF32-64. Hand held.

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    It was probably 5:30am on a weekday morning, not much going on. I find my shot and keep shooting until the light is bad. 😁
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    Frozen...



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    Another from the old abandoned cars, I think this will polish up ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Another from the old abandoned cars, I think this will polish up ok.

    looks like a 96 V4..
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    Actually I think it's much older Thorkil, I believe a 92, 92B or a 93, I'm not an expert on old Saab's but it's a very early, suicide door model, definitely not the 96. There's a row of 4 of them just rotting, sad actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Actually I think it's much older Thorkil, I believe a 92, 92B or a 93, I'm not an expert on old Saab's but it's a very early, suicide door model, definitely not the 96. There's a row of 4 of them just rotting, sad actually.

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    ..ok, then its one of these awfull smoking twostroke 3-cylinders, I guess..My father and his new wife drove me around in Norway while I was teenager, first in the twostroke-one, and later the advanced V4, I guess around 40-46 horsepower or so (quite wild..!), a Ford Taunus engine as far as I remember.
    He later advanced and got the 900 with 130hk, sheer abundance. Every time it had been out in the rain, he turned on a electrical heating underneath, in the garage, until it was completely dry. So the rust had no chance at all, by him..
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    Fuji GFX 50R, 32-64mm lens, ISO 400.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Yellow with a patch of blue



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    The tower of the General Post Office (GPO) in Martin Place, Sydney, Australia. Seen by twilight from an adjacent building, providing a somewhat unusual perspective.

    The GPO has an interesting history. Construction started in 1866, but wasn't completed until 1891. Despite some controversies associated with its design, it has long been hailed as a triumph of architecture and culture in Australia. It served as the headquarters of the Australian Post Office until 1996. Sydneysiders have long been proud of the building, which towered over the surrounding area (and indeed was visible for many miles around) until the city became high-rise in the last half century, robbing it of its prominence.

    Because of its visibility and recognisability, the tower you see in this picture was carefully disassembled in 1942 lest it provide assistance to enemy air attacks and wasn't rebuilt until after the war.

    The building these days is a blend of history and modernity, with the façade preserved but the interior significantly redeveloped to provide a hotel, cafés and the like.

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    Afternoon

    Went out before sunrise today, was a bit of a shock as easily under -25 by the river. I'm sure I could have done a much better job of this had I not been f'ing freezing, still not too bad in the circumstances.

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    Sometimes something simple is satisfying. Phase One XF / IQ4150, 120mm MF lens.
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    Soooo cold last night, I mean, even for here it felt freezing. A lot of aurora though, so can't complain too much.

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    Soooo cold last night, I mean, even for here it felt freezing. A lot of aurora though, so can't complain too much.
    LOVELY shot, Mat! Very envious of that...
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    "Natures Wall to Wall Carpeting". Cap to Cap Trail; Varina, Virginia.

    The Capital Trail, often referred to as the "Cap to Cap Trail", runs from Richmond Va., the Capital of the State of Virginia (which was made the Confederate Capital during the Civil War) to the Jamestown Settlement in Virginia. Jamestown, founded in 1607, was the first successful permanent English settlement in what would become the United States. The settlement thrived for nearly 100 years as the capital of the Virginia colony. Hence the name "Cap to Cap. It runs along (parallels) much of Route 5, which has seen 400 years of history (battles of war, encampments, plantations, Presidential homes/birthplaces and early settlements) including nearby colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. Historical Plaques and markers complete with stories dot the trail along its varied and diverse landscape.

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    Well after a week or so of really wet windy weather it was bright and frosty this morning!
    Weardale...







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    All our deciduous trees are bare now, just a few leaves on the ground. XF/150/55mm

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    Love the sparse trees of the Australian outback, XF • IQ360 • SK80



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    River Wear...


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    Scurrying up a tree with his nut. Leica S180
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    Morning

    Not a super interesting composition but loving the morning light on the river.

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    Mamiya 645 DF+, 300mm APO, Phase One P45:

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    Reflection


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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Morning

    Not a super interesting composition but loving the morning light on the river.

    Lovely, Mat

    You know the old saying:

    One is light.
    Two is composition.
    Three is everything else.

    Except it should insert "the photographer" before "light"

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    Angel and Devil. (Actually, Alice and the Mad Hatter)
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    Morning

    I'm not out shooting aurora much this year so only a few images to share, not that motivated to stand out in the cold like I have been in the past. No moon for these shots, which generally produces far nicer images.



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    Night in the Lauterbrunnen Valley, https://djessemay.com/new-images/123...en-valley.html

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    Been having a play today with long exposures. (comments are welcome)
    Sunlit tree, Hamsterley forest...



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    Fog makes this image
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    Doesn’t fog make every image better?!?

    This will be great in print Steven!
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    Thanks Ed. I agree, its exciting getting fog in a forest. It hides all the chaos. I was fortunate to get many images with full on fog, or partial fog. Enjoy Stand Out. Have fun.


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    Finding subjects for long exposure in woodlands is taxing, I am going to have to explore this more...



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    A stitched panorama using the Phase One XF IQ4 150 camera.
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    Not strictly long exposure,
    Hamsterley forest, 2 H images...



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    Saint-Nazaire


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    Smoke on the water. Montreux, Switzerland https://djessemay.com/new-images.html

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    With winter coming on I need a look back at summer - even if it was a storm coming in!
    XF/100/80 mm

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    Fuji GFX100, 32-64mm at 32mm, 3.1 secs, F/11, ISO200.

    Very late evening. I really should have worn proper waterproof clothing!

    One of the first images I have processed in Capture One 20. The overall hue is a consequence of the late evening fading light

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