>>>>Thursday landscape thread 28th March 2013<<<<
Welcome to the landscape thread. Wow, once again, last week's was full of amazing images!
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Today is Maundy Thursday - and Happy Easter to everyone!
Two images one after another, two different treatments...
Some old ones taken in Nepal 2 years ago. This FZ35 camera is still a very capable camera.
My gallery: http://dreamland.smugmug.com/
Yes indeed. A white Easter is very rare in all parts of the world but looking at your photo makes it all worth the rarity of snow Easter. As always, excellent composition. The snow is white as it should be. Thanks for sharing.
Excellent series. Looking at your photos makes me feel like I was there. I can feel the chilly air coming from the mountains. Thanks for sharing.
This is a composition of 8 individual vertical images I took on a trip to Mendoza, Argentina on 2007.
This place is called "Valle Hermoso".
The grounds around country houses were often designed to present a classic view and Lytham Hall is no exception. Taken today in somewhat overcast conditions, hence some PP on the pano taken from the front door steps of the hall. The Lily pond, which is 150 yards to the left of the hall and teh image is a 3 shot tonemapped confection. I was testing out the 'new to me' black FZ50.
Also at http://www.flickr.com/photos/dieselgolfer/
this is a cropped version, because on the full size one there are a lot more trees, but you can hardly see the hut....
a lot of pp was needed as the original was shot in mist and murk.... geiranger fjord in norway.
|Moon 99% D55 C14 St-Zénon 20170806 DP by MarioSS|
from Best Picture of the Week
|Reeds on lake by kkardster|
from Abstracts in Nature
|Florence & the Machine by Dutch Newchurch|
from Second chances..