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Lens: Sigma 18-55 Camera: K10D Photo Location: Mt Barker West Australia ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/30s Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: deaning, 08-01-2012, 04:53 PM

View from Mt Barker Hill overlooking the Porongurup Range. This was a quick hdr after again trying a 360x180 pano at this location (an ongoing saga in itself). I had just finished my pano shots and the sun dropped over the horizon as I was packing up when I noticed the unusual cloud.


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It reminds me the cover of a record for which i've forget the name...
It's suprising and esthetic, well done.
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Thumbs up. Very artistic, good colors and abstract style.
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I agree with the other two comments. Very well done. The foreground is amazingly effective.

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A thought provoking shot.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Couscousdelight Quote
It reminds me the cover of a record for which i've forget the name... It's suprising and esthetic, well done.
Thanks, if you remember let me know!

QuoteOriginally posted by GeoJerry Quote
Thumbs up. Very artistic, good colors and abstract style.
Cheers Jerry.

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I agree with the other two comments. Very well done. The foreground is amazingly effective.
Ta! There have been some amazing shots of the Porongurup and Stirling Ranges (the beginning of which is on the left) by togs and they are believed to be some of the oldest in the world and the diversity between the two is amazing, there are some 123 species of orchids among the 1500+ species of flora in the Stirlings alone. The Porongurups boast 90 unique species. I just won a nice 50mm macro on Ebay and the wildflowers are out in September!

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A thought provoking shot.
I hope they are good thoughts!
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Very errie feel to it, really nice. Very different. I like it.

Thanks for sharing

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