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Landscapes, cityscapes, skyscapes, seascapes, starscapes, panoramas
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Ominous Sky par Ceropegia, on ipernity

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Ominous, but beautiful.

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Rust wrote:Ominous, but beautiful.

Thanks!

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Nice shot Martha. Do you have a wide-angle lens for these shots?

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WesternGuy wrote:Nice shot Martha. Do you have a wide-angle lens for these shots?

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Thanks! Actually I took this shot with my old bridge Canon PowerShot SX30 IS. It was my best camera at the time. Goes from a wide angle (wider than in this shot) to a 35x optical zoom. I have since bought a SONY SLT A77 which I chose because I could use my old Minolta 35mm lenses with it. But, because of the crop factor, my old wide angle lens does not get as wide an angle as it did on the 35mm camera. The upside, of course is that my 100 - 300mm zoom lens has a longer reach.

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