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May 19, 2021 11:10 |  #2401

This is at China Camp State Park in the San Francisco Bay area. Top one is a normal exposure length pano and bottom is a single frame long exposure effort using a 10 stop ND filter.

Shot 1: 4 shot panorama, all shots at 61mm, f/11, 1/6, iso100

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May 19, 2021 17:27 as a reply to  @ amyandmark3's post |  #2402


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May 20, 2021 11:31 |  #2403

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May 21, 2021 21:29 |  #2404

Not sure if I've posted in this thread before
Maria Island off east coast Tasmania
West coast (Mainland Tasmania in background)

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May 21, 2021 21:31 as a reply to  @ avondale87's post |  #2405

Whale bones?


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May 21, 2021 22:34 |  #2406

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Whale bones?

Yes
In days past it was one of the industries
Nowadays the tide has turned and they're admired for their beauty

one of the first shore-based whaling stations in Tasmania, established in 1824

Unlike deep sea whalers who towed the whale to the side of the ship to carrying out flensing, shore whalers - like those in this image -Whaler's Cove (external link) towed the whale to shore stations where they were flensed in the shallow waters prior to being processed on land. Initially, teams of flensers start from the head and striped the blubber and then hacked it into manageable blocks. Pressurised steam digesters separated the oil from the liquid product which was dried, ground into powder and sold as whale meal for animal feed. Great iron cauldrons called trypots were used for the stinking, greasy job of boiling down whale blubber. Pairs of trypots surrounded by bricks were called the tryworks. The blubber was heated and stirred until the precious oil separated out. It was then ladled into large copper coolers and later poured into casks for storage and shipment



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May 21, 2021 22:36 as a reply to  @ avondale87's post |  #2407

Thanks.
An interesting history.


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May 24, 2021 06:25 |  #2409

This child wrote in post #19238629 (external link)
Whale bones?

This is another of a more complete set of bones
It was seascape once, poor thing :-(


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looking along coast of Maria Island to mainland Tasmania


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May 24, 2021 12:29 as a reply to  @ avondale87's post |  #2410

Thanks for the second set of bones. It is high and dry.


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May 25, 2021 13:27 |  #2411

The Seaham Wheels. A bit of history that only emerges at low tide on Chemical Beach, Seaham. They only ever seem to be taken at 20mm or wider so I thought I'd try a narrower approach since the sky wasn't very interesting.

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May 25, 2021 14:46 |  #2412

OpenC wrote in post #19240144 (external link)
The Seaham Wheels. A bit of history that only emerges at low tide on Chemical Beach, Seaham. They only ever seem to be taken at 20mm or wider so I thought I'd try a narrower approach since the sky wasn't very interesting.

Canon 6D, 50mm 1.8, cheap ten stop ND

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I remember seeing part of the Seaham RR story on a hunt for n*z* gold show a while back. Someone thought that some train loaded with gold was along that line and vanished into some sort of cave and rails were then ripped up to hide the location. Pretty much junk TV viewing, but the rail line story was very interesting, nonetheless.


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May 26, 2021 07:11 |  #2413

OpenC wrote in post #19240144 (external link)
The Seaham Wheels. A bit of history that only emerges at low tide on Chemical Beach, Seaham. They only ever seem to be taken at 20mm or wider so I thought I'd try a narrower approach since the sky wasn't very interesting.

Canon 6D, 50mm 1.8, cheap ten stop ND

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Cool shot, I like the exposure time choice.




  
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May 26, 2021 13:57 |  #2414

Simple jpg, no post processing of the Super Moon Eclipse of 5-26-2021


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May 26, 2021 14:09 |  #2415

New Moon & Sun Setting together over Santa Cruz Island, Channel Islands National Park, CA


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