Gibsons cave

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  1. KenCo

    KenCo TPF Noob!

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    Been spending money on new photo equipment (check Sig, all of which is new)... Thought it was about time!
    These are all taken with the 17-55 F2.8 IS USMmmmmmmm!
    Lovely lens and some day I hope to do it justice.
    Loads of other stuff to share, when I get round to it.

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  2. ShootHoops

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    Congrats on the new purchases! Nice series. :D
     
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    There have been a few threads where I do not see any photos even though others clearly do, like ShootsHoops here. I don't know if it's my browser (Firefox), my firewall (McAfee security centre) or something else. I'm not getting any error messages, so I'm at a loss to know what's going on. I'd love to see some cave shots too :grumpy:. Perhaps one of the moderators can suggest what's going on?

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  4. Antarctican

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    Beautiful shots, Ken!! The sky and lighting in #1 is lovely. All of the shots are gorgeous. Congrats on the new equipment
     
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    danir No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Two is sooooo beautiful. One is also great, but I'd chop that sign off.

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    Those are some excelent pictures there, i love them all, definatly looks like you are getting some good use out of the lens/tripod combination.

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    congrats on the new equipment kenco, always a fan of your work!
     
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    stunning as ever mate, and have fun with the new kit
     
  9. KenCo

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    Cheers guy's!
     
  10. flyingseale

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    I've seen the pics now. Lovely. Still not sure why my laptop allows me to see them but my desktop doesn't

    Mike
     
  11. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Mike, if that would be something with which we could help you we'd happily do so, but I'm afraid that if some members for some reason cannot see some photos on display while others clearly CAN see them then that is a problem much beyond our influence. But I am happy to hear that you got to see these photos at last.

    For they are a lovely sight to behold, Ken!
    What a location!
    You could go photography-wild out there.

    My favourite two are the second and the last.
    Maybe you would want to tell us what it is between Photo 3 and 4 that you did differently? And why you tried first this and then that?
     
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    These are all great photos.

    Typically, although being a great shot, I would care for the first the least. However, something about the transformation in mood that takes place from the "new" sign, following the steps to the top- whoa,... I actually prefer it to the rest of these excellent captures.
     

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