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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by zhyuch View Post
    Just beautiful.
    Where are we going?
    And why are we in this handbasket?


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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe O'Hara View Post
    Just beautiful.

    Thank you watched.I love the photos on your website.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Calwell View Post
    I love how the green stands out on the rocks.
    Me too Ben. Guess that's Velvia "doing its thing" under the conditions.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Another from Crowden Clough, Peak District National Park, UK on the same wet January day. Further upstream from the earlier waterfall there's this really wonderful geological features - the riverbed becomes very geometrical with lots of regular, cubic structure, like smal basalt columns.

    Chamonix 045N-2, Nikon 300mm f9@f32, 2 s, Ilford Delta 100, no filters. Epson V700 scan, lightroom processing.

    Crowden Clough Geometry Jan 20 by Graham Meek, on Flickr

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulophot View Post
    Fine composition and tonality, Merg.
    Thank you Phil (zhyuch and Natenaaron earlier)

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Meekyman View Post
    Another from Crowden Clough, Peak District National Park, UK on the same wet January day. Further upstream from the earlier waterfall there's this really wonderful geological features - the riverbed becomes very geometrical with lots of regular, cubic structure, like smal basalt columns.

    Chamonix 045N-2, Nikon 300mm f9@f32, 2 s, Ilford Delta 100, no filters. Epson V700 scan, lightroom processing.

    Crowden Clough Geometry Jan 20 by Graham Meek, on Flickr
    I like this one. Chaos and symmetry abound in this image.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Where the Wild Things Are



    I think we sometimes forget how close we are to wild nature, while warm and tight in our abodes with the doors locked. A couple weeks ago I was woken up by a terrible racket - a coyote, I believe, killing something and letting the whole neighborhood know, and some poor animal wailing for help. My backyard, since I have a basement, is a steep hill with thick forest land down to the bottom, where a small creek flows. Recent rains have made the creek flow quite well and this thicket of fallen trees with the muddy remains of the burgeoning creek reminded me of that coyote, perhaps looking for a meal while near a watering hole, so I busted out my 8x20 as the sun started to fade behind the hill to make this photograph. There's something about the spring backlight in thick forest that is evocative of the north GA area for me, a reminder of my early years when I would scramble over trees felled over the creek in my parents backyard and explore acres and acres of untouched forestland (which now is just more urban sprawl).
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    A couple weeks ago I was woken up by a terrible racket - a coyote, I believe, killing something and letting the whole neighborhood know, and some poor animal wailing for help.
    La petite mort perhaps...'yotes come into estrus through mid-March in this part of the world. At any rate, glad you had the big hammer at hand--1:2.5 continues to just work for me, especially on your "shell mound" print in the other thread.

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