Warwick Skylines

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  1. RobotJam

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    A few sky pictures taken from my local area, Autumn is the best time of year for interesting skies.
     
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    i love #3
     
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    Thanks geoff, that was yesterday afternoon as it was starting to get a bit dark. Really pleased as there's an interesting mix of colours.
     
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    the last one is my fav! good job on those!!!
     
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    Usually I don't care for shots of just the sky. Fortunately you didn't do this and have trees and horizon lines which give them a reference point and make the shots work.

    I like #1 best, you captured a huge amount of space, you must have a nice wide angle lens!
     
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    Thanks Jadin, I agree these sky pics do look better with the ground showing.
    Its not a wide angle lens, pic 1 and 3 are 3 pics stacked ontop of each other :)
     

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