Love rock; Let there be light

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  1. leighthal

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    I love days off!!!!!! Just me and my car chugging around finding interesting stuff. Today's find.

    The love rock f/27 l iso100 l 1/10sec PP for colour selection
    Quite happy with this one. It's quirky shape really stood out amongst the rapids.

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    Let there be light f/5.6 l iso100 l 1/3000sec Found this beautiful church on my drive. The sun was creeping through the thin cloud cover. Totally begging for a silhouette. I really do wish for a wide angle lens though. It was so freakin tall I nearly had to dig a hole to get it all in frame.

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    Close up of the statue in the church. f/5.6 l iso100 l 1/2000sec
    The pic doesn't do the figure in gold justice. It glowed an un-natural hue with the light hitting it. Brilliant in person but didn't transform to the camera. Or at least I couldn't make it transform LOL.
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    All 3 are nice. :thumbup:
     
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    I like the silhouette of the second one... The sky adds a dramatic effect.
     
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    Thanks for the comments. The second one is my favorite as well. The stars (and sun) aligned well for it.
     

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