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11-14-2009, 03:01 AM - 1 Like   #16
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Ash, that first one is awesome!
Here one more from me. Besides the playing with the individual colour channels in LR, I dodged the sand in the foreground and the shipwreck hut.



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11-14-2009, 03:20 AM   #17
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A very clever composition - simple yet well arranged and brilliantly rendered.
Awesome, Rense.
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Rense, your sandscapes-serie really got me, truly inspirational stuff!
i was digging around in my folders to see if i could find some Monochrome-landscapes, but very few.
i have a passion for b&w photography in general but it seems i take more shots of the urban-landscape.
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Here is one I could title "YIXll". I think you can work out why that name



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Oh, shoot--what superb photos! There's a special quality to Dutch seacoast photography, Rense, and these are some of the finest I've seen.

Mel may recognize my contribution from the outing to the Blackwater National Wildlife Preserve.
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TeeDee and Dave, thank you both!
Seeing the great examples of Ansel Adams I thought originally
that these flat landscapes were not suitable for B&W. But one has to
try.....
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Yes Dave I recognize that. Nice shot (and thanks to others for their comments as well).
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Saint Francis river at Silver Mines State park near Fredricktown Missouri.



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Dave and Stratman, those are great landscapes! Rich tones, great compositions...
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Stratman, you have absolutely photographed my memory of the Elk River in North Carolina--vivid thanks to an amazing day of fishing there! I'm guessing you had a similar experience on the St. Francis?
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Some nice images in this thread! So here's my contribution:

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QuoteOriginally posted by dadipentak Quote
Stratman, you have absolutely photographed my memory of the Elk River in North Carolina--vivid thanks to an amazing day of fishing there! I'm guessing you had a similar experience on the St. Francis?
Well, after taking some photos, I did some fishing, and then the rains came.....

But did manage one decent bass..



Then this..........





It did finally stop raining at about 6:30, and I was able to get some shots at Elephant Rocks state park before it got dark.

Link to flickr set : http://www.flickr.com/photos/77145824@N00/sets/72157601883962966/detail/

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I actually found out I have more monochrome landscapes/vistas than I thought
here are some:









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asteelo--wow!
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