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Tatra Mountains
Lens: SMC A 35-70 (3,5-4,5) Camera: K200D Photo Location: Europe, Slovakia ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/250s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: Piotrek K, 11-04-2014, 05:10 AM

This view of Tatra Mountains was made from the castle tower in Stara Lubovna (Europe, Slovakia) with SMC A 35 - 70 (3,5 - 4,5).

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Picture charms.
I would to extend the frame down a bit...
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I have another pictures with a real telephoto which has not so much clouds, however for this one i like it as it is.
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If you extend the frame down we can see where the angels landed....Love these moments when the light breaks through the clouds...great capture.....

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QuoteOriginally posted by Piotrek K Quote
This view of Tatra Mountains was made from the castle tower in Stara Lubovna (Europe, Slovakia) with SMC A 35 - 70 (3,5 - 4,5).
I've been there - stunning work!
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Thank you. When the weather is good, one should skip all the museum rooms and go up to the highest tower which offers stunning views. This is spectacular viewing point.
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Ooh just look at that wonderful light, crepuscular rays on a big scale, a great image.
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Thank you very much!!!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Piotrek K Quote
This view of Tatra Mountains was made from the castle tower in Stara Lubovna (Europe, Slovakia) with SMC A 35 - 70 (3,5 - 4,5).
This is a loverly cloudscape with great tones. Well spotted and nicely captured!
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Thank you!
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That must have been breathtaking in person, and it's a lovely photo.
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Thank you!
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Nice pic.
I love Tatra mountans. At least watching it from distance, because walking there is nightmare because all those people.
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