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07-17-2011, 03:59 AM   #46
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Late winter rainbow in our hay meadow - taken from our back porch

Did you look at the end of the rainbow? There's supposed to be a Pentax 645D sitting there...

Stunning shot! Congrats.
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Does mist count?

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Does mist count?

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Certainly. Very "atmospheric" shot.

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Very bizarre sky in the aftermath of a severe thunderstorm the other night (X-posted)



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QuoteOriginally posted by jmschrei Quote
Very bizarre sky in the aftermath of a severe thunderstorm the other night (X-posted)



Amazing clouds, Joe. We had a similar situation one evening back in May (when it used to rain ). Not as dramatic as yours, but similar:





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Canyon de Chelly, AZ. I had just put all my stuff back into the car and was getting ready to leave.




An hour or so south...




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This was outside my front door this morning as I was going to work:



K10D, M20/4, 1/15th @ f/4, ISO 100, 3 shot pano.

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Beautiful colors, rob1234!

The sun was starting to set as we were making our final descent into Tampa.


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Beautiful colors, rob1234!

The sun was starting to set as we were making our final descent into Tampa.


Thanks - AWB, JPEGs straight out of camera too.

Nice shot btw.
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Time for a revival.
A traditional optical phenomenon:
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Thanks Ash for resurrecting this thread.


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Sunset a couple weeks ago using the lens I had at the moment - an M75-150


This shot is only noteworthy because of the passing gaggle of crows near the top - I didn't even notice them til afterwards:
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Thanks Ash!
Very nice rainbow. And you caught the secondary bow as well.
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We had a heavy rainstorm last night and for some reason I found myself outside. Having recently purchased a second-hand 170-500, I thought about trying my hand at some moon photography. When I took the below shot, the moon was actually not visible (I thought the cloud being lit effect was attractive). It turned out that the moon was there, hiding behind the clouds and I got the below image. Not the sharpest, but I personally like the effect and how it turned out.

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