Photos from recent Iceland trip

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Photos from recent Iceland trip

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Some images from my recent Iceland trip. Jokulsarlon at sunset. I did miss a dust spot or two on this image. :roll:

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Seljalandfoss at sunset. This is a 41 image panorama (14 image pano slices and each slice is a 3 image HDR). The last slice is only 2 images due to the curvature of the ceiling, I am standing behind the waterfall.

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Bruarfoss
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Beautiful, Sury!
That had to be an amazing trip.

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You made wonderful images. I hope the volcanic activity won't damage these areas. Thanks for posting your images.
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Au contraire, Sig. :lol: It was sunny on the day I landed and the on the day I left. It was raining, cloudy and gloomy during the entire trip.
On the day, I arrived, my Sony A99M2 bricked. :( I had luckily A77M2 with me as a backup. That changed my entire strategy for landscape photography.
And then I found major dust spots on the sensor, so much so I feared at one point I have more dust spots than available pixels. :lol:
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Fotogeorge wrote: Tue Dec 05, 2023 9:09 pm You made wonderful images. I hope the volcanic activity won't damage these areas. Thanks for posting your images.
I hope so too, Fotogeorge. The activity started almost a month after I returned.

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