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03-23-2020, 07:48 AM - 1 Like   #8041
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That's just showing off.
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Ephemeral Mountain Stream
Look at those beautiful moss-covered rocks. There was a lot of rain a week prior to this scene in Lost Valley, Fabulous Newton County Arkansas
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Windsurfing from today with K1ii and M*300.









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QuoteOriginally posted by iheiramo Quote
Windsurfing from today with K1ii and M*300.






Looks a bit chilly out there. Nice shots.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Canada_Rockies Quote
Looks a bit chilly out there. Nice shots.
Thanks. This year some have gone thru the winter as there were no ice, so for them it's getting warmer. Personally I'm still waiting for sometime before I start the season.
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Here's a picture of the Saipem 7000, a heavy lift vessel that is now in the Eemshaven, close to where I live. Got up at 5:30 to arive before sunrise and catch some of the colours in the sky as well as some sunstars of the lights.



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A couple taken yesterday on our daily walk, deep in rural Hampshire which was even more deserted than usual. M40mm/f2.8 pancake on the K-3II, f8.
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That second photo is so peaceful looking Martyn..
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Thanks - it certainly was.
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Jcdoss, that mountain stream photo with the moss-covered rocks is not just a great composition but the colours have a real subtlety but still have impact. I think it would have been very easy to walk past that scene and not notice the potential for an image.
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QuoteOriginally posted by johnpentax Quote
Jcdoss, that mountain stream photo with the moss-covered rocks is not just a great composition but the colours have a real subtlety but still have impact. I think it would have been very easy to walk past that scene and not notice the potential for an image.
It is very attractive. Thanks for posting it jc
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