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Last spring at my families farm
Lens: 14mm Camera: K3II Photo Location: Southbank B.C. ISO: 100 
Posted By: aitrus3, 08-06-2018, 08:12 AM

Here is a shot I got while on holidays on my families farm.


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Very nice work.
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Beautiful. The reflections of the clouds in the water and the colors really make this photo something special.
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That is great.

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Great reflection!
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Thanks guys It was a very pretty evening for sure. I saw the crack forming earlier in the day and had hoped it wasn't too large by the time sunset hit.
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Gorgeous shot!
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Really nice! I love that time in the evening with nobody else around. Looks like the Samyang 14mm judging by the 6 point sunburst.

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Really nice! I love that time in the evening with nobody else around. Looks like the Samyang 14mm judging by the 6 point sunburst.
Pentax 14mm. I think shot at f11, my go to aperture when i don't need to worry about light.

Definitely no one around here. 500 acre farm 45 minutes from a town of 3000. Very very quiet.
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QuoteOriginally posted by aitrus3 Quote
Pentax 14mm. I think shot at f11, my go to aperture when i don't need to worry about light.

Definitely no one around here. 500 acre farm 45 minutes from a town of 3000. Very very quiet.
Absolute bliss (coming from a city boy who seeks remoteness). My favourite parts of the USA were the most remote, west Texas, New Mexico and Arizona etc (I didn't like the big city Phoenix).
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Wow, great eye to find that shot.
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Thanks tonezime! And nocturnal, if you ever find your way up to British Columbia, I think you'd find paradise. Not far from my parents place, the paved road actually comes to a complete end and you come to a point where you literally can't drive any further south.
Beautiful place, and a wicked spot for stargazing.
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QuoteOriginally posted by aitrus3 Quote
Thanks tonezime! And nocturnal, if you ever find your way up to British Columbia, I think you'd find paradise. Not far from my parents place, the paved road actually comes to a complete end and you come to a point where you literally can't drive any further south.
Beautiful place, and a wicked spot for stargazing.
I'd love to go there, it is on my travel list. I can imagine how gorgeous the dark skies are. So jealous right now as true darkness has only started this week after the summer solstice. Thanks 😉
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Great Shot!
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Sometimes the hardest part of getting the shot is having the patience to persevere.

You've passed that test with flying colors.

Great shot!
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