Jet Stream at Sunset

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  1. Paparazzi Paul

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    When I saw this I found it hard to believe I was on the same planet. This is the jet steam over Southern Australia at sunset.
    There has been no attempt at all to boost color satuation. There was no need. Nature did that for me at the time of shooting.

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    Both takent 15th of a second at F6 and a focal length of 40mm (equivalent for 35mm film camera)

    Cheers Paul
     
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    Wow, the colours are amazing on these pics!!! Good job
     
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    wow, amazing colours.. what focal length did use here?
     
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    WOW!!

    Only once did I see anything similiar to that here In good old Buffalo NY. That was when we got the remnants of hurrican Ivan! I dont know h ow it happened but everything was bathed in these gorgeous deep reds...it was like bbeing on Mars or something!
     
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    looks like the sky's on fire!.....Great colour.....nice shot :thumbup:
     
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    Great colour and texture.
     
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    Thanks for your comments.
    The top is equivalent to a 35mm for a 35mm film camera to bottom one about 50?, but it is hard to get a precise figure for the bottom one because I used a zoom bit I only zoomed in slightly.

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    WOW! that is serioulsy stunning. Great shots, the colors are terrific!
     

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