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Re: Pauls 52 - Week 19

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I went out with John earlier this week to take a sunset that never materialized but we did have some time in which to take some rural shots whilst waiting - This weeks shot is of an old ruined homestead some 150km south of Whyalla on a track named Finger Hill road. Late afternoon sun so deep and long shadows - this is a 3 shot HDR (in LR)

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Neat shot Paul!
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Ive not been out with the camera this week but I have been busy getting my entries for our Photo clubs upcoming exhibition, Shortly this afternoon I will be going to Onslows place to get them printed, some of these Ive posted before but these are the final edits.

Foggy morning
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Nuala
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Morning Reflections
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Did you miss a week? :spank:
I printed these three for Paul today for the Whyalla Photography Groups annual exhibition. They really did come up well once printed.

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Very nice shots. Good luck with the exhibition.
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No I didnt miss a week Onslow!!!!!!!!!!! - youre only allowed to make comments like that if you are doing a challenge :photo: :headshot: :wall:

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Very nice shots Paul

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Post by pah43 »

I actually took the camera out this week - we had a couple of foggy mornings so went looking to see what I could get, the sun was nicely low down so some nice effects, lots of spiderwebs around too.
Rolling Fog banks
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Spider Web droplets
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Nice ones Paul. Love the web, but where's the spider? :D
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Post by pah43 »

Ive managed to get out with the camera a couple of time this week, went down the beach with the dogs for a walk and found this guy, Wind, playing around, being a bit of a poser he just had to perform for me :cheers: Eric. There was also the conjunction of Venus and Jupiter which was good to see but looking the other way a lovely moody moon, so 2 shots this week 8):
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Totally "Wind" powered :lol:
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Moody Moon
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