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Old Apr 19, 2010, 7:51 PM   #11
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Oh, I almost forgot about the HDR.. haha
It's just something I took while going through the forrest... Nothing special, but since Im kinda hooked to it... Why not, eh?

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Old Apr 19, 2010, 7:52 PM   #12
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I hope you enjoyed my little hiking experience...

Don't save up on the CC... Ask anything. Criticise ANYTHING and tell me what I done wrong/right ! hehe

Have a great night !
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Old Apr 22, 2010, 5:48 PM   #13
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Acapulco,

Interesting about the carvings. Have you been to Tanum. People have various techniques trying to make them more visible, including of course the water

There is something special about beech forests. In spring the layer of last year's beech leaves can be very thick

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Old Apr 23, 2010, 5:54 AM   #14
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Thanks Torgny... Yes I've been to Tanum... had a field trip there in school long time ago, hehe.. It was well fascinating !
I guess, if I had some red chalk I could fill in the carvings... That's what they use in Tanum. It makes the carvings really pop out !
use image search on Google for "Tanumshede" and you'll see magnificent rock carvings !

last year they actaully found "new" carvings here in Tossene that indicates people were coming here for a long period of time , 2500 B.C - 500 A.D
and there was foundings pointing to metal production.
I haven't been there myself, but something tells me I really should... It's like 10 minutes from home, so...

indeed it is... the ground was so thick, it felt as if I was walking inside a bouncy-castle that they have on fairs, haha
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All shots are great -- they are all very sharp and clear -- but I think the panorama stitch is spectacular. I love the colors and long shadows with the sort of hazy mountain range past the open meadow behind the trees.
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You might want to try to enhance the carvings a bit more in PP. I agree, the stiched panorama is awesome.

Thanks for sharing your adventure!
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