Landscape 2015

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Thank you Ian. This is Oceano beach, a popular location for ATV rides on Sand Dunes.

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Cool looking beach! Just needs a few Dune Buggies on it :)
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Thank you Andy. Beyond the hillocks is the dune area. I will upload some "action" shots later tonight.

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Lovely sunset Sury.

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Thank you Mike.
Pacific to one side sand dunes ahead and left....lots of fun

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Just beyond the atv riders is a big dip that goes down for about 100 meters or so at 20% gradient....

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Looks like a great time on the dunes Sury.
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Up at the crack of dawn; which, by the way, isn't too early this time of year. :)
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Wow Jeff. Great shot. Effort well worth it.
Thank you. It was a hoot.
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That does look like fun, Sury. Can't believe that you didn't all collide as you all seem to be going in completely different directions! :)

That is a stunning dawn shot, The Hefty. Love the silhouetted deer and the amazing dawn sky. If I might offer one minor suggestion; if you are leaving the detail in the foreground then you could try changing the WB in the foreground to make the dark snow a little less purple? You could alternatively crop out the bottom a bit and turn it in to complete silhouette like the dear. Just a thought, and it is a lovely picture anyway. :)
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Here is another of my early morning winter pictures.

Image2014 Malverns - Winter Morning Light by Birm, on Flickr

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Another lovely dreamy scape, Andy.

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Thanks Sury :)
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Thanks Sury and Andy. Andy, your point is well taken. Your landscape of light beams and layers is another great.
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Thanks The Hefay.

It was just a thought, and so thanks for taking the comment in the spirit intended :)
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We had 3 nights in a row of a rare freezing fog. Usually this time of year the night skies are clear and cloudless. Anyways, here's a shot across the field as the fog was lifting. The second shot is a littler later in the day. It's not really a landscape. Both shot with the Tamron 70-300mm on the a580.
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