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Old Feb 28, 2010, 5:33 PM   #1
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Is it solid rock? What kind? Interested in geology

And the name?


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Old Mar 1, 2010, 7:57 AM   #3
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Solid rock. An incredible place. I mispelled the name. It's Huashan.

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Solid rock. An incredible place. I mispelled the name. It's Huashan.

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Yes, indeed a special place. Suppose number two is made with a tele lens?

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Focal lenght: 25. Its a point and shot (Lumix ZS3).
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Old Mar 1, 2010, 9:35 AM   #6
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Focal lenght: 25. Its a point and shot (Lumix ZS3).
Ok

I've got the TZ5 myself. Good pictures in good light conditions. Suppose you have some more pictures

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Ordo! Great shots... love the second one... really great composition! Beautiful and interesting picture! Thanks. Ned
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i really like the 2nd one as well. very crisp, good colors, pleasing view like the balance of the cliff face and the two trees. those trees look huge!. looks like a nice place to visit!
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Like # 2 best, Ordo. Nice catch and interesting geology.

IMO # 1 could be helped by cropping on the right with some of that "white" mountain-side. Cut off the dead tree, maybe - and let the two firs be main-subject?


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Good advice. I will try it Walter.

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