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Old Apr 20, 2005, 7:51 AM   #1
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Thought I would post some shots of where I spend a fair amount of time photographing birds. Today I shot the area instead:-)

all around the edge of this lake there are walk tracks left as natural as possible, there is a lot of wildlife here, many species of birds, turtles, kangaroo and other furry critters.





Down the track in the afternoon sun



as you can see housing surrounds the area







the afternoon light makes the rushes look golden



late afternoon light creeps down the track, it is very peaceful here


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A simply superb and varied tour of one of your fave spots, aladyforty.

Thanks sooooooo much for sharing

How is the water for swimming?
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Old Apr 20, 2005, 9:37 PM   #3
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Beautiful landscape photos, aladyforty! The third and last are a bit overexposed and backlit to me. The last one has a tiny glare thatoften happensto me when shotting backlit. Is this acceptable in photography? I want to know this since I have some good shots but discarded 'causeof glare.

Very nice works!

BTW, could you please tell me how to post a series of imageswithout having to do one by one.

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"Down the track in the afternoon sun"

I particularly like this one; reminds me of Hans Heysen's works.


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Old Apr 21, 2005, 7:48 AM   #5
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A simply superb and varied tour of one of your fave spots, aladyforty.

Thanks sooooooo much for sharing

How is the water for swimming?

Thanks, no way would I swim in it though, it is about a quarter of a mile from the ocean, runs parallel to it, and the beaches are great:-)
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Quan Tran wrote:
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Beautiful landscape photos, aladyforty! The third and last are a bit overexposed and backlit to me. The last one has a tiny glare thatoften happensto me when shotting backlit. Is this acceptable in photography? I want to know this since I have some good shots but discarded 'causeof glare.

Very nice works!

BTW, could you please tell me how to post a series of imageswithout having to do one by one.

Thanks a lot and regards,

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I dont know if it is acceptable to have glare in photography, I just shot these to show the area.

If you want to post continuously like this you must have your photos stored at a site, if you do just press enter after each shot and go to the next as if you are doing the first photo.



thanks for looking
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"Down the track in the afternoon sun"

I particularly like this one; reminds me of Hans Heysen's works.


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thanks roncur, as an Aussie Im sure you know a place like this, I love living out here in the country and this place, although popular is very peaceful and at this time of day I am often the only person walking the tracks, very peaceful.
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