Anyone for Sunday Scapes (2014-01-05) ?

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Scott Whittemore
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Re: Rock Outcropping

Fascinating landscape. I don't suppose you know what kind of rock comprises those outcroppings? It looks like it could be either volcanic or sedimentary.

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Scott Whittemore
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Re: Oxford college and a splash of colour

Nice architectural shots. I especially like the first one. I also like the interesting zoned coloring in the last one.

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drinnon New Member • Posts: 23
Kokanee Park

Sunrise in Kokanee provincial park, BC, Canada.

Scott Whittemore
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Purgatory Falls

Pulled from he archives & re-worked in LR5.

E-330; ZD 11-22 f2.8-3.5 @11mm

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Scott Whittemore wrote:

Fascinating landscape. I don't suppose you know what kind of rock comprises those outcroppings? It looks like it could be either volcanic or sedimentary.

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I am quite sure these rocks are volcanic and would be part of the Rattlesnake Eruption. This would be from a volcano far beneath our Harney Basin where I live but a bit before my day (7 million years ago). This eruption was huge and suspected that it shot rock/ash/gas tens of thousands of feet into the atmosphere. This all fell back to earth in a red-hot layer that blanketed and forever transformed about 18000 sq miles of Oregon's landscape in a short period of maybe hours or a few days.

Geologists call this rock Rattlesnake Ash-Flow Tuff I believe. These particular outcroppings are worn a bit differently and seem unusual then most we see here. I contribute that to the many crystallization and welding variations that came about from the eruption and the different erosion that has come about since then.

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Scott Whittemore
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Re: Scott

Thanks, Kim. I thought it looked like weathered, eroded tuff.

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dt27348
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Re: Purgatory Falls

Hi Scott

An interesting name for the waterfall. Any idea how they came by this name? Nice image by the way.

Dave

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Scott Whittemore
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Re: Dave

No idea where the name came from. Sorry. Thanks for looking.

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19andrew47
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Re: Kokanee Park

Nice views and good light.

Andrew

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Re: Purgatory Falls

Lovely view Scott and well processed.  Despite the longer exposure you managed to maintain some detail in the water, which I like, a bit of both.

Andrew

Sergey_Green
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The second frame especially

drinnon wrote:

Sunrise in Kokanee provincial park, BC, Canada.

Looks very dramatic. I like it quite a lot.

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Scott Whittemore
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Re: Purgatory Falls

Thanks, Andrew. I agree with you on the water. I like a silky or even coarse fibrous look in moving water. Thanks for looking & commenting.

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Scott Whittemore
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Re: Kokanee Park

I always love dappled light on rugged terrain. These are really nice, especially the second one, which has a livelier tonality and that sunlit row of trees on the nearer ridge. Well done.

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Bruce Clarke
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Re: Oxford college and a splash of colour

Scott Whittemore wrote:

Nice architectural shots. I especially like the first one. I also like the interesting zoned coloring in the last one.

Thanks Scott. I like the last one too, the precision trim of the hedge emphasised the colour changes nicely.

Bruce

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Re: Weyburn Courthouse in Summer.

19andrew47 wrote:

The capture date shows up as Jan 5th but that is obviously wrong!!!! Do you have one from Jan 5, 2014 for comparison? I am sure it would be much different. A nice looking building and love the green grass. Wish that is what it looked like here outside now!

Andrew

For some reason my Photoshop is stripping the EXIF. I'm not sure what's going on, or how to fix it.

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Re: Weyburn Courthouse in Summer.

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Very painterly, like a watercolor perhaps

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I think that effect is from the building being wet in spots from the rain earlier that morning.

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Re: Weyburn Courthouse in Summer.

Scott Whittemore wrote:

I love the way you processed this. Gorgeous color and detail.

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Thanks

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Re: Winter

This is very nice.

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Re: e-m1 with 11-22 and 12-60, Darwin NT

I really like the first one great tone and mood.

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Lovely it looks spooky.

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