Mean & Moody Landscape

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  1. Mike Bonsall

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    taking this picture meant getting extremely cold & wet but I think it was just about worth it!

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    i agree, it was worth it. the cool colors here work wicked. great shot
    t.r.
     
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    well i agree 100% with you its amazing ! very nice good job
     
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    Beautiful landscape; crazy light! :thumbup: I like it a lot. I'd like a larger version. :)
     
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    I agree Mike.. it was worth it.... damn... amazing... I love the light and mood here, have you taken any more?
     
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    Fantastic! I love the sunbeams!
     
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    Very nice shot. Beatiful light and nice contrast. I think pehaps a little noise reduction might enhance the image further though. What Iso was this? Film or Digital? Still, well worth getting cold and wet for, and as mentioned above would love to see a larger version.
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    love it! brilliant landscape shot, great definition and exposure, i too would like to see it enlarged.. :thumbup:
     
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    Most definitely worth it. The picture just makes me shiver looking at it! Great capture.
     
  10. john3eblover

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    pleeeease let us see a larger version
     
  11. Mike Bonsall

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    Hi

    I've got more landscape pictures on my gallery at pbase. Here's the link...

    http://www.pbase.com/mike_bonsall/new_zealand_landscapes
     
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