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03-13-2017, 01:26 PM   #7951
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... story behind that crazy construction you can read here.



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03-13-2017, 02:05 PM   #7952
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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
4. FF Mode • 800 ISO • Sigma Art 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM • Topaz Labs Texture Effects 2
Wow, I usually don't like this kind of effect, but this is the exception. Very cool!

Edit: Hm, why isn't the picture quoted?
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Avenged Sevenfold from Oslo, Norway this weekend.

K-1 and D-FA 15-30mm F/2.8

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QuoteOriginally posted by kenspo Quote
Avenged Sevenfold from Oslo, Norway this weekend.

K-1 and D-FA 15-30mm F/2.8

Nice work

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QuoteOriginally posted by acoufap Quote
... story behind that crazy construction you can read here.
Well, it makes a nice lookin' fit on the camera for sure!

This guy might consider a diet, he's starting to look "squirrelish".


There is some resemblance.


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03-13-2017, 08:10 PM   #7957
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Sunset (with DFA 15-30)



Victoria (with FA 77)

Beautiful landscape, beautiful child, Rondec!
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A couple more from the Bahamas.

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K1 and Zeiss 35mm f/1.4

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Sunrise at Peanut Lake, Crested Butte, CO, July 2016. These flowers seemed as if they were peering through a window in the brush at water's edge, watching the breaking dawn.



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Sunrise at Peanut Lake, Crested Butte, CO, July 2016. These flowers seemed as if they were peering through a window in the brush at water's edge, watching the breaking dawn.



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Wonderful image, those flowers are looking forward to the day ahead.
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Sunrise at Peanut Lake, Crested Butte, CO, July 2016. These flowers seemed as if they were peering through a window in the brush at water's edge, watching the breaking dawn.



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Very nice! I think this year will be a great wildflower season when it eventually comes up high. That area is probably under six feet of snow still.
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Wonderful image, those flowers are looking forward to the day ahead.
Thank you.

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Very nice! I think this year will be a great wildflower season when it eventually comes up high. That area is probably under six feet of snow still.
Thanks, Matt. I'd heard the snow there this year was crazy. Unfortunately I probably won't get there this summer, so will have to experience the wildflower season vicariously through your photos

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Some pictures from Trovants Museum Natural Reserve, located near Costesti village, Romania. Apparently those rocks can grow and multiply!

"These Trovants of Romania are an amazing geological phenomena, found in a small village named Costesti. Trovants is a synonym for the German term "Sandsteinkonkretionen", which means Cemented Sand. They were believed to be a type of sandstone concretion that secrete cement and can appear to grow at times, as if they are alive. These fascinating 'living stones' were thought to consist of a stone core with an outer shell of sand, and after a heavy rain small stone forms are said to appear on the rocks leading them to be dubbed as the "growing stones”. What's more interesting is the fact that these Trovants when cut had spherical and ellipsoidal rings similar to the ones of a tree trunk. These growing rocks were thought to look identical and even move like the sliding rocks of death valley."

















More information about the "living rocks" HERE and HERE.
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