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Words are not enough to describe such beauty this country brings.
An 8 stitched panoramic shot of the lake and church backed by the fiery mountains on a majestic sunset. Taken just 2 months ago. Late autumn to early winter.
I would encourage you to view it at a bigger and better quality to appreciate it’s beauty and details more.
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PS: Don’t forget to zoom in btw. Cheers!!
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Unfortunately we did not get the conditions we were after however we did have a reprise to save the weekend when we stopped at the Sugar Pine Forest which was covered in a wonderful envelope of fog.
Thanks to Tim P, Tim W, Ben and Bernie for the great weekend.
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Sugar Pine Forest
Recently with all the photography competitions there has been a lot of talk about what constitutes an award winning image and several statements by leading photographers that we need to lift our game and classic composition skills like leading lines, colourful sunsets, the odd penguin does not necessarily a photograph make.
If you take away all those skills passed on by all the photographers since 1826 what do we have left, I’ll be completely honest and say that I’m lost.
Would love to hear your thoughts on this!
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