Burning Skys

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  1. Garbz

    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    So once again it stormed and once again the sky lit up like burning building when the sunset. But this time i was ready for it.
    I had my digicam this time too so my scanner is butchering the images. All images were underexposed 2 stops to bring out the clouds and color a bit.
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    Everyone's probably getting tired of endless sky pictures and no creativity from me, but i don't have time to think about taking pictures. These just seem to fall in my lap.
     
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    Wow thoes are beautiful! I really like the silhouettes.
     
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    I really like the 2nd one,

    The third is good to but unlevel unless that is a hill?

    Steve
     
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    Hi Garbz

    We've had some great afternoon skies lately!

    Not wanting to hijack your thread or anything, but the similarities really jumped out at me... this is one I took a couple of weeks ago.

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    Cheers
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  5. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    What have you aussies been putting in the sky? Mabes it will drift down here too :)

    nice ones, thats for sharing!
     
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    Wow, those are really beautiful pictures. I could looks at pictures like that all day...
     
  7. manda

    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    it must be the queensland skies because ours havent been like that down in sydney

    gorgeous shots girls!
     
  8. Garbz

    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    No the picture was straight. It was the roof of my house which was skew :D:

    Also i hope you do get that. It's all good and well to see the lovely pictures of the aftermath. But u ddin't get the storm either.

    Swimming pool overflowed, it rained in a window, and one of our drain pipes collapsed on to a light fitting tripping the light safety switch. dad runs and flicks it on again which then tripped the master switch, internet went down GRRRRR. Oh well i think it was worth it :roll:

    It's a pitty i couldn't take pictures of my street. I didn't have my tripod handy but everything in the street was bright orange. Looked like a mexican movie at dusk. But it was waaaaay to dark. 1/16th is not fast enough to take a still picture without a tripod :cry:
     
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    The colors on the first three are very nice and the texture of the clouds are excellent. Very vibrant and enjoyable. Great work!
     

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