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Oct 02, 2016 09:46 as a reply to  @ post 18145235 |  #11266

Annie, unfortunately things are not as they should be. I've been dealing with a family emergency; tough stuff. Hoping for the best outcome. Time will tell.


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Oct 02, 2016 20:39 |  #11267

itsallart wrote in post #18146096 (external link)
Annie, unfortunately things are not as they should be. I've been dealing with a family emergency; tough stuff. Hoping for the best outcome. Time will tell.

Our thoughts are with you Renata.

Today we headed west to my "backyard". The area is called Kananaskis Country which is an area comprising of ten provincial parks and an ecological reserve. There are many accesses to the area and the one Nifty and I took was from highway 40 off of the Trans-Canada highway(previously mentioned in my trip home from picking him up). This stretch of highway is on of the most beautiful places on the planet(in my opinion at least). We passed through a few of them and Nifty "stretched his legs" in the grand landscape that is this park.


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This is just a taste of what we saw today. The rest will get posted later in the week as I have some panos to put together (one took over 30 shots to create).

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Oct 02, 2016 20:50 |  #11268

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Our thoughts are with you Renata.


Today we headed west to my "backyard". The area is called Kananaskis Country which is an area comprising of ten provincial parks and an ecological reserve. There are many accesses to the area and the one Nifty and I took was from highway 40 off of the Trans-Canada highway(previously mentioned in my trip home from picking him up). This stretch of highway is on of the most beautiful places on the planet(in my opinion at least). We passed through a few of them and Nifty "stretched his legs" in the grand landscape that is this park.

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This is just a taste of what we saw today. The rest will get posted later in the week as I have some panos to put together (one took over 30 shots to create).

Thank you Trever. My life has been virtually turned upside down. My husband has been fighting for his life for the last 8 days. I appreciate your thoughts.

Just beautiful. When I have a moment of "sanity" i enjoy your beautiful images.' Good luck with the panos. I hope things will go well. My PS couldn't cope with more that 10- or 12.


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Oct 03, 2016 02:09 |  #11269

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My husband has been fighting for his life for the last 8 days. I appreciate your thoughts.

sorry to hear - hope he wins, we'll all be thinking of him.


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Oct 03, 2016 03:31 |  #11270

itsallart wrote in post #18146096 (external link)
Annie, unfortunately things are not as they should be. I've been dealing with a family emergency; tough stuff. Hoping for the best outcome. Time will tell.

Our thought are with you and your family Renata. We will keep you in our prayers.


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Oct 03, 2016 05:49 |  #11271

So sorry to hear this, Renata. Sending you and your husband best wishes - please keep us posted. Meanwhile ENifty sends you this from the Scottish hills.


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Oct 03, 2016 05:53 |  #11272

Trever, that first image is fantastic - looks like we had similar weather! Great that there were people with vision around at the right time to save the area from urban sprawl. Looking forward to the panos.


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Oct 03, 2016 08:50 as a reply to  @ AnnieMacD's post |  #11273

Has eNifty been allowed contact with the 5D4 yet? The lovely image above was with that old 6D  :p

Edit: Your image would make a good entry for this weeks assignment "shadows"


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Oct 03, 2016 09:12 |  #11274

Renata, wishing you both the very best during this difficult time.

Paul


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Oct 03, 2016 17:55 |  #11275

Beautiful shots Trever and Annie.


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Oct 03, 2016 20:45 |  #11276

AnnieMacD wrote in post #18146833 (external link)
Trever, that first image is fantastic - looks like we had similar weather! Great that there were people with vision around at the right time to save the area from urban sprawl. Looking forward to the panos.

It looks like we did. We started the day with not a single cloud.

As you can see here in this 27 photo 180 degree pano. The far right of the photo is a glimps of the Calgary skyline and the foothills and the mountains to the west.


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Oct 03, 2016 21:41 |  #11277

joeseph wrote in post #18146782 (external link)
sorry to hear - hope he wins, we'll all be thinking of him.


hawaiiboy wrote in post #18146794 (external link)
Our thought are with you and your family Renata. We will keep you in our prayers.


AnnieMacD wrote in post #18146831 (external link)
So sorry to hear this, Renata. Sending you and your husband best wishes - please keep us posted. Meanwhile ENifty sends you this from the Scottish hills.


kbColorado wrote in post #18146933 (external link)
Renata, wishing you both the very best during this difficult time.

Paul

I can't tell you how much I appreciate your well wishes.
Day 9 in the ICU and he is still in critical condition. Hope is the only word that is on my mind. Thank you again


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Oct 03, 2016 21:42 as a reply to  @ photorider's post |  #11278

Trever, that's really gorgeous. 27 shots makes this pano really incredible.


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Oct 03, 2016 21:48 |  #11279

Besides going nuts, I finally dragged myself out or to be precise, my dear friend dragged me out to prevent me from going nuts and we went to the State Fair of Texas grounds. Didn't care for the fair but there was an exhibit which my friend thought would be nice to see. I have seen the real thing quite a few times but one can't move the Vatican to the US and yet some photographers did the job and shot some paintings and printed them on nylon or whatever it was in 1:1 scale. So here is the Sistine Chapel on fabric and I found it quite impressive.
We walk in and there is a nice view and crowds that were not so nice. The top shot is a single image but the second one is a pano stitched of a few, maybe 6.


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Oct 03, 2016 21:49 |  #11280

But our target was a different building hosting that exhibition: The Woman's Museum in 2 versions


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