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Old Sep 5, 2005, 6:50 AM   #1
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... Sorry I meant "scenery".


These landscapes in Italy, Lago Matese - Letino, are the set of my forthcoming macro series.

Yesterday, we were searching for the springs ofLete river, west of Matese Lake, and instead of finding fresh water , we found a lot of rain in the afternoon.

But that's another story, and in the meanwhileI had already succeeded in taking 3-4 nice macro series, which I ll show later this day.
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Played with Flaming pear plugins in this one (Kyoto color).
I like the color effects of these plugins in macros more than on landscapes anyhow.
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Shot with High saturation in Camera settings and Noise ninja on the sky only.
Great colors of the incoming storm. (Cannot post the screen resol. resized pic for it is more than 300Kbs)

Later i ll show you the macros I took in this environment, especially along the river shown in #5

I hope you like them all
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Beautiful scenery for sure. #1 is #1 in my book. Stunning.

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#6 for me
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Narmer......really BEAUTIFUL scenary! Great pics! Love them all!
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Thanks to all: forgot to mention that I used a polarizer for the first two of them, which improves the "dramaticity" of clouds and their contrast with the sky
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