** Weekly X Series Photo Thread 28 APR - 04 MAY** Thread 2 ... Only 36 more hours?

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Orsonneke
Orsonneke Junior Member • Posts: 33
Visit to the glass museum , Belgium
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with the XT3 and 16-55 lens , some sooc pics:

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Jose Viegas
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Views to the bridge
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jhorse Veteran Member • Posts: 3,328
Re: Views to the bridge

Hi nice shots. Not sure where it is. Porto?

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Jose Viegas
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Re: Views to the bridge

jhorse wrote:

Hi nice shots. Not sure where it is. Porto?

Thanks. Yes it's Porto, Portugal.

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Jerry-astro
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Re: Birds of Northern California
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Lovely captures, great color.  Excellent work!

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OP MOD BobsYourUncle Veteran Member • Posts: 6,635
Re: Birds of Northern California

dv312 wrote:

BobsYourUncle wrote:

Very good captures. The turkey vulture looks like it is ready for a mouthful. Was it standing on its next meal?

Bob

Thanks Bob

He was standing on a dead calf

Moments ago, there were no less than half a dozen vultures fighting over the carcass

Thought so.  The feature of this creature that looks so amazing in flight is its very unattractive head.

Bob

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OP MOD BobsYourUncle Veteran Member • Posts: 6,635
Re: Visit to the glass museum , Belgium

ooh.  Another bucket list venue.

Bob

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Jerry-astro
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Re: Giants over the land

kiwi2 wrote:

I took this one a few days ago but not really sure if I like it that much yet. Even though I got some nice setting sunlight on the rolling hills, I think the sky is too uninteresting considering the amount of frame it is taking up.

I think maybe shot at night under a small amount of moonlight lighting up the spinning blades with the stars trailing across the sky might make this particular view more interesting.

Jerry-astro, the photo details you asked about in the previous weekly thread - I can't read the EXIF fully anymore and I think from memory it was around a 10 minute single exposure at f/2.5 ISO 400 with the Canon 50mm 1.8 II. Some high thin cloud had drifted across and made the brighter stars of the Southern Cross itself appeared bigger as the light scattered through the thin cloud.

(You can see the same effect happening in this time lapse near the start at 10 seconds)

Thanks for that. A really interesting effect.

I really love this image... the colors are definitely in the realm of the magical (to use a rather hackneyed, but in this case, very appropriate term). What catches my eye is both the contrast between the warm tones of the earth and the cooler tone of the clouds along with the way the reddish clouds complement the earth tones in your foreground.

Probably too darn many words on my part... to summarize: I like it a lot!

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T-Rex Mark Forum Member • Posts: 90
The Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells, TX. And thereabouts
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Interesting places - especially if you are into TX history.

XT3, 16mm, then a few with 18-55.

18-55. The Blue Lacy was designated as the official state dog breed of Texas in 2005

18-55 handheld

kiwi2
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Re: Giants over the land

Jerry-astro wrote:

Thanks for that. A really interesting effect.

I really love this image... the colors are definitely in the realm of the magical (to use a rather hackneyed, but in this case, very appropriate term). What catches my eye is both the contrast between the warm tones of the earth and the cooler tone of the clouds along with the way the reddish clouds complement the earth tones in your foreground.

Probably too darn many words on my part... to summarize: I like it a lot!

Thanks for the feedback.

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