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Farmland in Peru
Lens: Pentax 18-135 Camera: K5 
Posted By: sealonsf, 10-20-2016, 06:18 PM


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10-21-2016, 05:15 AM   #2
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I really like how you got those clouds. How high above the sea is the region?
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I really like how you got those clouds. How high above the sea is the region?
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Somewhere around 2,900m, 9,500ft, in the lowland area in the photo. Thanks for commenting!
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That is a beautiful image showing that famous K5 rendering !!
Well composed too !

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Another great shot--you're definitely in the 18-135 Hall of Fame. Definitely think you could explore a monochrome treatment of this one...
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That is a beautiful image showing that famous K5 rendering !!
Well composed too !
Thanks! Yes, the K5 rocks. I think about upgrading but am happy with this camera so am holding out for awhile.

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Another great shot--you're definitely in the 18-135 Hall of Fame. Definitely think you could explore a monochrome treatment of this one...
Thanks for commenting! I do like the 18-135 :-) - it's great for travel, especially if it starts to rain. I think that's a great idea about B&W. I'll try that.
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That is a wonderful image and I do like the PP treatment. For landscape work I do prefer the K 5 as well.
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That is a wonderful image and I do like the PP treatment. For landscape work I do prefer the K 5 as well.
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