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RedHeart
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Dec 01, 2016 10:02 |  #3526

ars21 wrote in post #18194586 (external link)
Wow where was this, love the way it arches over the horizon

Vieira do Minho - Portugal.




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K ­ Soze
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Dec 01, 2016 10:21 |  #3527

Skull Rock at Joshua National Park


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TheInfamousGreedo
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Dec 02, 2016 19:57 |  #3528

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Thonex
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Dec 02, 2016 21:41 |  #3529

From Joshua Tree and Gaviotta State Beach.

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RedHeart
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Dec 03, 2016 05:22 |  #3530

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Dec 03, 2016 11:14 as a reply to Thonex's post |  #3531

Number three... love it dude

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Thonex
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Dec 03, 2016 13:04 |  #3532

tuffty wrote in post #18202046 (external link)
Number three... love it dude

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Thanks for the warm and kind words tuffty!!

Cheers,

Andrew K


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Dec 08, 2016 08:22 |  #3533

An interesting shot from this summer (an explanation follows to photo):

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I was taking shots of my silhouette and the Milky Way. I didn't stand still for the entire 25 seconds (thus the stars showing through me). The red light is from my headlamp as I walked toward the camera. This was a completely unplanned result - I hadn't even really looked at the photo until last night.

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Dec 08, 2016 10:16 |  #3534

sandwedge wrote in post #18206932 (external link)
An interesting shot from this summer (an explanation follows to photo):

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I was taking shots of my silhouette and the Milky Way. I didn't stand still for the entire 25 seconds (thus the stars showing through me). The red light is from my headlamp as I walked toward the camera. This was a completely unplanned result - I hadn't even really looked at the photo until last night.

Heh, nice, I had a similar thing happen on what was my last Milky Way shot of the year:

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I was sitting on the edge of the cliff on this giant rock outcropping in Skull Valley, Utah, wind was pretty bad up there so I couldn't hear the shutter close, ended up getting skiddish and getting back up off the edge and walking back to the camera about 10 seconds to early. Right as I got close to the camera the shutter closed, I just hung my head and said "dammit". Didn't want to try again, lol.

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Dec 12, 2016 19:46 |  #3535

[Camera] - EOS 6D + Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM lens (2.5x image vertical panorama)
[Location] - The Skillion, Terrigal, NSW, Australia
[Notes] - Rising moon illuminated the clouds & gave some of the stars a glow. Sapphire-Blue achieved with Tungsten White Balance.


It's kind of sad ...but I returned to this spot to watch the sun set a few weeks ago - and a man took his life by jumping off the cliff in front of me while I was filming. It seems the height of the cliff (which is a couple of hundred feet high) has made it a popular lookout but it's also a popular suicide spot now. The local council tried to dynamite the cliff three times in recent years but were unsuccessful in destroying it. It's a popular location for picnics, whale-watching, fishing and scuba diving.

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Dec 13, 2016 08:11 |  #3536

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Butts
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Dec 13, 2016 08:31 as a reply to nero_design's post |  #3537

Nero, whereabouts is this?




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Davenn
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Dec 14, 2016 02:27 |  #3538

Butts wrote in post #18211788 (external link)
Nero, whereabouts is this?


it's at the top of his post

[Location] - The Skillion, Terrigal, NSW, Australia

Dave


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RedHeart
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Dec 15, 2016 15:10 |  #3539

nero_design wrote in post #18211366 (external link)
[Camera] - EOS 6D + Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM lens (2.5x image vertical panorama)
[Location] - The Skillion, Terrigal, NSW, Australia
[Notes] - Rising moon illuminated the clouds & gave some of the stars a glow. Sapphire-Blue achieved with Tungsten White Balance.


It's kind of sad ...but I returned to this spot to watch the sun set a few weeks ago - and a man took his life by jumping off the cliff in front of me while I was filming. It seems the height of the cliff (which is a couple of hundred feet high) has made it a popular lookout but it's also a popular suicide spot now. The local council tried to dynamite the cliff three times in recent years but were unsuccessful in destroying it. It's a popular location for picnics, whale-watching, fishing and scuba diving.
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Niiiiice!


Meanwhile in Portugal...

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RedHeart
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Jan 06, 2017 14:27 |  #3540

One more from Portugal.

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