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Mt Nameless sunset
Lens: Sigma 18-125 DC HSM Camera: Pentax k-x Photo Location: Tom price, WA ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F7.1 
Posted By: ranmar850, 12-18-2016, 01:21 AM

Haven't posted on here for a while. The Pilbara in WA is where I was drawing so much of my subject matter and inspiration from. After leaving the area in March 2015, I sort of dried up a bit, photographically. But I have been back up here for a short while, and starting to take photos again. This particular part of the Pilbara is it's very heart , around the town of Tom Price. A lot hillier than where I was previously, so you can feel a bit hemmed in. But I've found an easily accessible vantage point.

This from last night, a briefly spectacular sunset behind Mt Nameless. 24 shot stitch in PS, taken with my somewhat battered k-x. A replacement K-70 is arriving for Xmas.



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Brilliant shot! Or should that be "shots".
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QuoteOriginally posted by ranmar850 Quote
Mt Nameless sunset
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Brilliant shot! Or should that be "shots".
I could not have said it better.
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QuoteOriginally posted by ranmar850 Quote
Haven't posted on here for a while. The Pilbara in WA is where I was drawing so much of my subject matter and inspiration from. After leaving the area in March 2015, I sort of dried up a bit, photographically. But I have been back up here for a short while, and starting to take photos again. This particular part of the Pilbara is it's very heart , around the town of Tom Price. A lot hillier than where I was previously, so you can feel a bit hemmed in. But I've found an easily accessible vantage point.

This from last night, a briefly spectacular sunset behind Mt Nameless. 24 shot stitch in PS, taken with my somewhat battered k-x. A replacement K-70 is arriving for Xmas.
A very nice shot!
I like the expansive theme

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