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01-26-2013, 05:04 AM   #3871
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Fantastic photographs of these churches, Rense. Thanks for posting these Amazing structures.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jacquot Quote
Fantastic photographs of these churches, Rense. Thanks for posting these Amazing structures.
Thank you! I wished I had made these, but it wasn't me...
01-26-2013, 12:48 PM   #3873
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**** why is it a question mark? i placed the flicker link... hmmm....
can't see the picture!!!
You placed the link to the flickr page as an image. This does not work. Use the share button on the flickr page and select BBcode. Then you get this:


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My mistake--Same comments to LaHo, fantastic! Beautiful buildings and very well photographed.

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Hello

Here is one of the shots taken last Silvester afternoon


River Rhine close to Düsseldorf with high water, Beuyes Head and some people taken with my 67 and a 165/2,8 on 400 ASA Fuji Film.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jacquot Quote
My mistake--Same comments to LaHo, fantastic! Beautiful buildings and very well photographed.
Thanks, Jacquot, glad you liked them. B/W suits these "timeless" subjects well.
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Norwegian scenerey

Here are some more from Norway - the fiord landscape of Western Norway is very scenic.

The eastern side of Luster fiord (for some strange reason called "the south side" by the locals) taken from the old road on the western side. The waterfall in the middle is called the Feigum foss and has a free fall of 218 meters. Its low hum can be clearly heard across the water. - HP5+ 1/500 sec. @ F11:


Tranquil scenery looking north at Kroken in the middle of the Luster fiord - a high-constrast scene - HP5+ 1/500 sec. @ F9.5:


A small stream near Kroken in Luster fiord - HP5+ 1/60 sec. @ F13:


I live in Denmark, but I will be going back there to visit one of my daugthers in a few weeks time ...

BTW, these three photos are also with the Pentax 6x7 - S-M-C Takumar 67 75mm F4.5 combo. 75 mm is a very handy and practical focal length on 6x7.

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Old road leading down to the Sound (between Denmark and Sweden) - HP5+ 1/180 @ F8.0 - Sweden is barely visible in the mist.
Love this shot!

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I should say that this shot makes me think of Pink Floyd album covers...
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Where I live in the desert red rock country of SW Utah, we do occasionally see morning fog after a rainstorm. Here's a shot from yesterday morning taken at Snow Canyon State Park overlook as ground fog rolled into the southern end of the park. Pentax 645D, three frames, 75mm @ F11, stitched CS6.

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QuoteOriginally posted by CDW Quote
Where I live in the desert red rock country of SW Utah, we do occasionally see morning fog after a rainstorm. Here's a shot from yesterday morning taken at Snow Canyon State Park overlook as ground fog rolled into the southern end of the park. Pentax 645D, three frames, 75mm @ F11, stitched CS6.
Well done. WOW.
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Thanks! Sometimes things work out.
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QuoteOriginally posted by CDW Quote
Where I live in the desert red rock country of SW Utah, we do occasionally see morning fog after a rainstorm. Here's a shot from yesterday morning taken at Snow Canyon State Park overlook as ground fog rolled into the southern end of the park. Pentax 645D, three frames, 75mm @ F11, stitched CS6.
645D panorama! That's particularly impressive!
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QuoteOriginally posted by CDW Quote
Where I live in the desert red rock country of SW Utah, we do occasionally see morning fog after a rainstorm. Here's a shot from yesterday morning taken at Snow Canyon State Park overlook as ground fog rolled into the southern end of the park. Pentax 645D, three frames, 75mm @ F11, stitched CS6.
That is really a WOW kind of photo. A fantastic image and a vista I would long to see.
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Pentax 645N - smc Pentax-A 645 75mm F2.8

Two interior shots from "Vor Frue Kirke" (Church of Our Lady) in central Copenhagen taken on a grey mid-January day, i.e. not much light:

Ilford HP5+ - 1/6 sec. @ F4.5 (rested on a bench):



Ilford HP5+ - 1/20 sec. @ F4.5 (supported against a door jamb):


I'm impressed by the fine dampening of the mirror - no visible camera shake on the negs.

The central figure is "Christus" by the Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen.

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