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Two night's sunsets
Lens: DFA 28-105 Camera: K-1, XG-1 Photo Location: Whitney, Bancroft, Ontario ISO: 1600 
Posted By: normhead, 10-19-2017, 06:28 PM

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100 ISO 5.9mm, 4.4, AV

The Bancroft Cliff Face illuminated by the evening sun.





Whitney Beach
K-1 and DFA 28-105
1600 ISO, 11, AV








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Looks very peaceful without all the tourists...
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Looks like God's Country...........and well shot too.
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Looks very peaceful without all the tourists...
IN a few weeks we'll be able to set a picnic table in the middle of highway 60 and have dinner without interruption.

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Looks like God's Country...........and well shot too.
Thanks eaglem

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I like the series - all but the first image. I'd prefer a little more wide angle, or a little more distance from the hill, anything to allow me to feel more grounded. Personally I kind of feel that I'm "dangling" in the first one since I cannot quite see the bottom.
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I like the series - all but the first image. I'd prefer a little more wide angle, or a little more distance from the hill, anything to allow me to feel more grounded. Personally I kind of feel that I'm "dangling" in the first one since I cannot quite see the bottom.
It's a tough place to shoot. There are businesses with garish signs backed right up to the rock face, you really have to pick your angles. And I had my XG01 bridge camera not my K-1 or K-3 so, even less flexibility.
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