Around the world thread
Berowra Heights is a northern fringe suburb of Sydney, Oz.
I did it the lazy way and took this a few minutes ago off my back deck. Once a year I might use a filter and this is the only one I seem to use, Dramatic Tone, to make those dull grey clouds look like they are about to do something interesting.....
View south-west from my house, actually looking towards the population centre of Sydney but well hidden behind those hills. That's tidal Berowra Creek that I see, sand flats at low tide. All National Park in view and maybe only some ridge development eventually, but mostly trees that will be there forever.
Good thread, many thanks to FrankS009 for starting it.
[PS, just noticed that the camera went to f/11 and I didn't notice. That's the penalty of playing with filters and scene modes etc if being lazy and not watching the screen]
Hi this a night view of Frankfiurt.
Decide by yourself if it is good 'old' germany
In the last months two of the really old skyscrapers had been already removed from the skyline, 2 days ago the university tower was blasted away by 1 ton of TNT.
A non-typical shot of North East Texas. This has been a pretty severe winter - I could find shots that are more what you might expect to see, but this is more recent...
Not a pro, just a Granddad with to much camera gear
Old Harbour at dusk
Couldn't help but make me feel ashamed to live in a land
Where justice is a game. From Bob Dylan's 'Hurricane'
Hmmm, Showing an entire city with a photo is hard.
Adelaide in one shot.
Good idea for a thread.
I've been to nice places but Antwerp is my home:
lots of images: www.roelh.zenfolio.com
my E-3 user field report from Tunisian Sahara: http://www.biofos.com/ukpsg/roel.html
Thanks for this - brings back memories of when I lived in the Midlands. Subscribed to the original share offering when the SVR restoration company was being set up in late '60s
Not great. Was trying out an Olympus XZ-1 about 3 years ago.
Mike Ronesia wrote:
Here you go. A little something from Micronesia.
A.K.A. Mike Ronesia
Well, finally your username now makes sense to me, after 4 years...
I guess it is the whole northern coast that looks like this. I did not go further down past Vernazza, it is really pretty there. Beautiful capture!