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It's springtime already!
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Posted By: jcdog2006, 03-19-2017, 04:54 PM

Yes, it's spring time already. Here comes the proof.

I made mistake by leaving ISO setting @1600. It's aging problem again, I know.

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03-19-2017, 04:58 PM   #2
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Spring has indeed sprung.
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Stunning -nice shots. The second one is especially delicate.
Mustard?

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Lucky you to have a real springtime over there!
(We sure need some better weather here).

Superb scenery and I wouldn't worry much about ISO 1600 on the K5 ... I still have mine and I regularly hit the ISO 1600 + No Problem !

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Stunning series. Really liked the second one.
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Nice shots of an explosing nature ..... a small preference for the second one also
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Spring has indeed sprung.
Yes, it does. Isn't it almost fall in Australia?

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QuoteOriginally posted by wildman Quote
Stunning -nice shots. The second one is especially delicate.
Mustard?
Thanks for your kind word.

It's mustard at low elevation, but I'm not sure if it is at higher elevation.

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Lucky you to have a real springtime over there!
(We sure need some better weather here).

Superb scenery and I wouldn't worry much about ISO 1600 on the K5 ... I still have mine and I regularly hit the ISO 1600 + No Problem !
It might be still covered by white snow in your place right now, but spring is not too far away though.

I usually set iso @1600 for night sky, but K5 @1600 turned out with not too bad results in daytime. Thanks for your encouraging.

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Stunning series. Really liked the second one.
Thanks, Susan.

May be because a blanket of purple mixed in to make the 2nd one a little bit special.
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Lovely shots! Hope you don't mind... sharing my recent photo that is similar - just south of San Francisco, same camera (K-5) and lens (DA 18-135).



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QuoteOriginally posted by jcdog2006 Quote
It's springtime already!
Not here it's not, just started snowing again.

Like the vivid colours of the third image.
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Lovely shots! Hope you don't mind... sharing my recent photo that is similar - just south of San Francisco, same camera (K-5) and lens (DA 18-135).

You are more than welcome to share your pictures in my post, and I deem it my pleasure.

People said K-3+DA18-135 is the best combination, but I tried K-5 first. I'll try K-3+DA18-135 next time.

Happy photographing!

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Not here it's not, just started snowing again.

Like the vivid colours of the third image.
I can hear its steps, it's not too far away.

And thanks for your kind words.
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Very pleasing series.
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Nice shots of an explosing nature ..... a small preference for the second one also
Thanks, it's like I should share more.

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Very pleasing series.
Thanks for your liking.
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Stunning -nice shots. The second one is especially delicate.
Mustard?
I went back to that place, Carrizo Plain, yesterday, again.

In the 1st picture, it's goldfields. The yellow one on the hills is daisy.
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Thanks for sharing this! Your ISO might be off, but that does not in any way take away from the impressive sights you present here.
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Thanks for sharing this! Your ISO might be off, but that does not in any way take away from the impressive sights you present here.
Special thanks to you.........
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