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Old Jan 18, 2015, 11:17 PM   #11
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I think you'll see what I mean if you do What a neat place.
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Old Dec 25, 2016, 7:44 PM   #12
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I think you'll see what I mean if you do What a neat place.
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Took me two years to find a moment to watch this movie, I really enjoyed it in company of my family here in the Faroe island in the middle of a strong storm.

The movie was filmed in Newfoundland - Canada, beautiful place and indeed very similar landscape to Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
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Great captures, Marcelo.
I saw your FB posts and was curious as to where you were given the weather in that part of the world.
Also curious as to the equipment used.

Oooops, silly me, just noticed the dates on this post.
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Great captures, Marcelo.
I saw your FB posts and was curious as to where you were given the weather in that part of the world.
Also curious as to the equipment used.

Oooops, silly me, just noticed the dates on this post.
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Not a problem Zig, I used the OMD-E5 with the 9-18mm.

It was a scary weather over there, we had winds over 150mph but the houses are built to support this kind of weather.

It is a beautiful place and I love the fact you have 30-40 minutes of blue hour :-)
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Old Dec 31, 2016, 5:52 PM   #15
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Nice series Marcelo thanks for sharing like the long exposure waterfall shot best as well.
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