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  1. crowecg


    For those of you sweating through those Northern Hemisphere summer heatwaves, a little snow from down here. I had a few days over in New Zealand last week. Double Cone summit above Remarkables Ski Area Shadow Basin - I didn't realise at the time, but that flat area in the centre contains a small lake, and I just happened to ski over it!😧 Wye Creek valley and mountains beyond the southern limit of the ski area. Looking back into the ski area from the same point as the picture above. Clouds I was lucky much of the time that the clouds were either down below or up above or even both at the same time, but quite clear where I was. As the sun started to drop in the late afternoon, things could look quite dramatic. More Clouds, somehow managing to stay out of the valley! All shot with X-E3 and 27 f/2.8. I wanted to keep the set up light and relatively compact to avoid damage - I suspect I may have rolled over it a couple of times😖. Despite it's small size, I didn't have any problem operating the camera with thin gloves on and could almost get away with it using thicker gloves as long as I just stuck to the main settings. No problems with the cold, although I would only take a couple of photos before putting the camera back in the bag - it didn't get above 0C most days.
  2. Kyle

    Range Roving

    I took a weekend trip to the Davis Mountains this weekend...This is probably my favorite shot of the bunch took. I'll get some more on here tomorrow. EDIT: I'm typing this edit from my phone, my keyboard is officially dead (I typed the above with the onscreen click keyboard, hence the blandness that comes off in it's tone lolol) I got in not long ago and still processing a few others, can't wait to get em posted!
  3. crowecg


    Some photos from a trip through Victoria's High Country from between Christmas and New Year. Unfortunately been a bit busy so it has taken a while to get round to processing and posting them. The trip stared with a few nights camping at Lake Cobbler, located on a plateau at a height of around 1000m. Lake Cobbler Pano Camp Site The campsite among the trees was a bit dusty. From the campsite it was a short walk down through a few small water falls Little Falls but these were only the start of something bigger. Dandongadale Falls (Victoria’s longest falls with a 255m drop).
  4. JPMi


    I'd like to share some panoramas from my area. The photographer is Arild Solberg. He is using several Hasselblads on a rig mounted on a helicopter to create these 360 degree panoramas. http://www.360norway.net/data/ystevass/default.html His showcase on HasselbladAerial: http://www.hasselbladaerial.com/aerial-references/arild-solberg-showcase.aspx
  5. Marco Lanciani


    It's a mountain of the Swiss Alps, mostly famous for its north face. During the night a unique Cloud formation, lit from behind by a rising Moon, appeared over the Peak of the Mountain. 1. Another image of the Est End of the Eiger Crest. Bottom right is a big fire, above the light from a refuge. 2.
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