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    Another landscape thread

    How about another landscape thread. I will start this off with a recent Mon Valley image. 5X7 Wisner 305 G Claron.

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    Re: Another landscape thread

    wonderful image Donald!

    Maybe we should do like the portrait thread, and have it go monthly? :-)
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    Re: Another landscape thread

    Here is a couple taken in the last year..

    First taken at Easdale, Scotland. Ebony 45SU Schneider 80mm SSXL. 80s at f/16 on new Velvia 50



    This second one is taken at Rannoch Moor, Scotland. Schneider 110 SSXL. 25s at f/22 on new Velvia 50



    Finally, here is a close shot of some English Stonecrop at Strangles, Cornwall. Rodenstock 150 Sironar S. 1s at f/22 on new Velvia 50.


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    Re: Another landscape thread

    Thanks Daniel, That would be a great idea.

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    Re: Another landscape thread

    Here is one from Guadalupe Mountains National Park. This is El Capitan and Guadalupe Peak (highest point in Texas).

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    Re: Another landscape thread

    Darren, Nice image. I was not aware that Texas had those rock formations.

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    Re: Another landscape thread

    Tim, Really nice photographs. I am not normally a color person but these are great. My favorite is the second one.

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    Re: Another landscape thread

    You-know-what you-know-where
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    Re: Another landscape thread

    Donald, really nice shot.
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    Re: Another landscape thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sparq View Post
    You-know-what you-know-where
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    Wonderful! But where is it again?

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