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Discussion in 'Nature' started by uhoh7, Nov 3, 2013.
Post your best landscape shots taken with any E-mount, and please tell us the lens
Lots going on in this scene with the different colors & textures. Very nice.
Welcome to the forum. I've followed your work at FM and I look forward to seeing you post here.
Wheeler Peak Sunrise 1.jpg by Holzwerk, on Flickr
Olympus Pen F 38mm f/1.8
Yes, welcome! And yes, let's see some landscapes. This planet rocks!
Nice one David, where 'dat?
Dats Wheeler Peak, 13,065 feet (3,982 m), in Great Basin N.P. in eastern Nevada (you can see Utah from there. ). The second highest point in the Silver State.
My fave images from a trip to Lake District back in February...
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Canon FD 50mm (I think...)
Kit lens 18-55mm
Kit lens 18-55mm (I think...)
I want to pick a favorite but I'm not sure I can.
superb shots selton
they call them the Sawtooths...
Rightfully so. Very nicely done.
High water in the river running through my home town.
NEX-6, Minolta MD Zoom 24-35/3.5 @ 26mm, f/8
Not much "high ground" where you live, eh Ad? :nightmare:
Not as bad as where we lived before, in the west of The Netherlands behind the dikes. No scary moments anymore when the big rivers start to flood. We now live a whopping 16m above sea-level so that's safe for the next 50 years or so.
I'm more partial to dryer climes, myself.
Playa Rock.jpg by Holzwerk, on Flickr
Palouse Falls-4.jpg by Holzwerk, on Flickr
All terrific shots there folks.....I have nothing to contribute at that level so I'll just sit in the bleachers...
Stop that rock!
It's only fairly recently that it's been confirmed has to how that happens
here's my lonely rock shot:
contax 100-300 need to lighten that one a bit.
Also: gotta love those superfloods!
Man, I would so not want to see that tumbling in my direction!
Dang, after seeing these, I think I'll just hang up my camera and take up knitting.
OK, nothing so grand as your pics from out west, but this is from my little slice of paradise. I was walking along a narrow path called Hemlock Falls Trail, which is a long path down a deep ravine, and just as I reached a break in the woods where I could see out over the ravine, the sun came out of hiding. We are past peak color, but the woods are still quite pretty. Minolta 24-35 set at 35mm, f/11.
Your "past peak" beats anything we get out here, Tony.
These have all been great! Keep 'em coming!