Arizona revisited - for JTHphoto

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  1. malachite

    malachite Heavily Medicated For Your Protection

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    Previously posted last year:


    Apache Lake: Sept 27th, 2004
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    Watson Lake: July 3rd, 2004
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    Wickenburg: July 4th, 2004
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    ..........</shameless self exhibition> ;)
     
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    oh my god, that first one knocked me of my boots. Thats just awesome
    The rest is good too, but the first one.....wow
     
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    I love star trails so I really like the last shot. The second shot is amazing, looks like a long exposure from the clouds, very beautiful. Im not sure what to say about the first shot.... how about stunning or WOW! that is an incredible photograph, Im am definatly envious, how long was the exposure?
    :thumbup:
     
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    Wow, these are just plain awesome! Thanks for sharing... Is the second one a night shot too? I'm with pursuer, i would love to know the settings. I'm out Wickenburg way all the time too, my aunt and uncle live on a cattle ranch just north of town. I have a few windmill shots, but none quite as cool as this. good work!
     
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    Wow wow wow. What can I say.
     
  6. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Holy crap! Is that lightning for real? :shock: no offense intended.
    I really like the Watson Lake shot. Love the motion in the sky.
    Love the star trails too. I might crop a bit of the FG.

    Great shots! :) thanks for posting.
     
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    3 brilliant shots! very cool!
     
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    Love them all, but the first and last really blow me away :) I think I've found my third nomination for the POTM :)
     
  9. malachite

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    I record all my info in a little journal as it helps pass the time while exposing at night.

    The lightning shot was the last of a few shot series. 28mm lens (to give you an idea of how close that lightning is and hence the reason it was the last pic of the night) shot on Fuji 64T @ f/8 for 7:30 minutes. The wind was really blowing so I burried the tripod legs about a foot down for stability.

    The Watson Lake photo is was a trip. There are no clouds in that shot actually, that's smoke from a fire 130 miles south. The purple is all from reciprocity failure of Ektachrome 100SW. Shot with a 24mm lens, also for 7:30 minutes at f/5.6

    The windmill pick was shot with a 24mm lens for 35 minutes with Fuji 64T @ f/5.6 The horizon glow is from the moon before it came over the hill.

    Thank you all for the kind comments :wink:
     
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    Excellent!

    Eric
     
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    Hmmmm...now why does this look like something I just packed in a box to move to my new apartment? ;)
     
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    These are stunning, wonderful work. 35 minutes tho, now thats dedication, or maybe just darkness. :) But worth the wait all of these. That lightning is intense. Thank you for sharing.

    Jeff
     

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