Landscape 2014

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Re: Landscape 2014

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Birma wrote: Image
With the mist, gives the image a beautiful transitional gradiant, like a nice filter.
Works great with the play of light.
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Thanks Darren :)
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Not sure if this qualifies as a landscape. :) I wanted to capture the amazing Silver Birch bark with a view of the wood as we'll.

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2014 Tiidesley Wood - Silver Birch by Birm, on Flickr

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It does qualify Andy as a landscape. Fantastic shots, as always.
I think tying your hands may help since you may hide your camera
remote in there. :) I suggest hiding the battery. :D

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Thanks Sury :)

Good point about the remote release. Taking the battery will do to, but I do have spares ;)
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Well, I tried. :lol: I will resign to the fact that I will enjoy your photos forever. :)

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A telephoto shot of the distant landscape at sunrise last Saturday

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2014 Crews Hill - Layers by Birm, on Flickr

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Very nice layers Andy. I love the foreground providing a (sharp) threshold and it gets dreamy beyond that.
Is mk1 new version?
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Thanks Sury :)

"Mk1" was meant to refer to the original version; I couldn't remember the correct nomenclature. Perhaps I'll just say "original" in future ;) .
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Beautiful images of landscape rolling from your A99 and 70-400mm combination, Birma. : )

The beauty of the mornings in your premises is very diverse too; the mist, the backlighting and the dewy freshness are all tentatively visible or available.


Thans for sharing,

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Thanks Yildiz :) . I wouldn't mind some sharp frosty mornings for a change. Rather too many damp ones recently. Still, it is always nice to be out and about at dawn when the sun is shining :)
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With all of the rain we've had I was expecting this little brook to be in flood more than it was. However you can see it has been even higher than it is now. The exposed tree roots gave me the impression that the trees were clinging on to the bank so they were not swept away, which I suppose in truth they are! :)

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We don't get out to the coast too often, but we were rewarded with a nice sunset this weekend.
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Great Shots, Andy and DarinM
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Thanks Sury :) .

Really like the light and colours over the wet sand Darin - nice picture :) .
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