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  • yvneac
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    Photography used as poetry.Very emotional picture.

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  • Seagull
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    A stunning location to see the moon like that, and perfectly photographed with the dark trees on the left completing the image.

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  • Sterkoder
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    We had the most beautiful moon in Kristiansund this evening. Here's an image from Viken farm at Bjerkestrand

    Photo: Svein©Ludvigsen
    Last edited by Sterkoder; December 15th, 2013, 19:37. Reason: Copyrighted photo due to my knowledge about a professional IT design company stealing my pictures and selling them to their customers :-(

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  • Seagull
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    So much interesting ship activity in this scenic setting.
    Yes I can imagine what you mean about experimenting with a longer shutter speed in the scene #243/5. Nevertheless, the image as it is beautiful with the light on the water and just catching the wet stones. I liked this one a lot, and the following one too with that retreating wave on the sand, accentuating the appearance and feeling of the sea in contrast with that smooth brown foreground.

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  • janihudi
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    no raindrops to see,but what i like so much is the 2 vessels in the sunbeams (almost) and that the bridges road is following the isle in the forground.

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  • Sterkoder
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    Originally posted by janihudi View Post
    great images in 245 Svein.specially the first one.
    Thanks Thijs!
    Experienceing a bit with aperture, but raindrops on my lense UV-filter became very appearant at F7.3 and above, so this one is at F4.5.
    Satisfied with it myself also.

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  • janihudi
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    great images in 245 Svein.specially the first one.

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  • Sterkoder
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    Last two pictures from todays walk (or drive, actually...., you know me)


    Outside of the frame right side is tanker BROVIG VINDUR, and in the latest hour, WILSON GIJON anchored outside of the left frame side.
    From left to right on this image: WILSON GAETA, FRI STAR, MIKHAIL KUTUZOV, WILSON BORG and ICE STAR.

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  • Sterkoder
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    The first pictures of post #243 was taken from inside the trees on the top right of the church there.


    One of the boats moored to the pier in post #243


    The light was incredible here today. Which I could give it more justice...


    Looking south from Freistranda (strand=beach)


    MIKHAIL KUTUZOV

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  • Sterkoder
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    Despite discussions elsewhere, I post pictures from a walk on the south side of Frei (near Bjerkestrand) purely to show the one who wants to take a look how "crowded" it was on Freifjorden 1 Anchorage as the Storm 'Hilde' raged out in the Atlantic Ocean.
    Not crowded according to Singapore or Hong Kong standards of course, but six, and now seven, vessels at anchor here is not common...
    As I understand CVF automatically scale down images larger than 960 pix, so as I make my 'panoramas' by cropping in 1000 or up to 1400, I guess that is the reason for any bluryness then.

    Russian icebreaking cargo vessel MIKHAIL KUTUZOV and reefer ICE STAR


    ICE STAR


    My AIS say CLIPPER SIRA, but anyone with a 20/20 vision can see with their own eyes that this is NORDIC SIRA


    NORDIC SIRA and a small portion of the shoreline beneath Rastarkalv and Frei church


    Then I walked down by some boathouses at Freistranda. I know, if I had the time on my hands, I would have tried a longer shutter speed and settings so that the sea had blurred and a very nice reflection of the light could appear in the wet stones. But time was expencive today...


    Freistranda towards the anchored vessels

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  • pakarang
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    Originally posted by Sterkoder View Post

    This is exactly what's great in photography; you see a motif, take a picture because you think it's a beautiful moment in time, and suddenly it means alot to others.
    I'm not used to that, but it's a great feeling to be able to give someone a good feeling and flashback to the childhood. Thank you J-O, glad I could help... :-)
    - and as you know, the childhood memories are the absolutely best memories you can possibly get.

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  • Sterkoder
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    That is just really beautiful ...... that is the perfect "summer memory".... it almost reminds me of the happy and carefree days during childhood.
    This is exactly what's great in photography; you see a motif, take a picture because you think it's a beautiful moment in time, and suddenly it means alot to others.
    I'm not used to that, but it's a great feeling to be able to give someone a good feeling and flashback to the childhood. Thank you J-O, glad I could help... :-)

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  • pakarang
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    Originally posted by Sterkoder View Post
    Just outside the main gate tin to the graveyard, I took this picture looking north-west towards Freistrand and Flatsetøy
    That is just really beautiful ...... that is the perfect "summer memory".... it almost reminds me of the happy and carefree days during childhood.

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  • Tommi
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    I love that late day light, soft and yellowish.

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  • Sterkoder
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    Took a few pictures of and around Frei church this Sunday afternoon




    Many of the iron crosses on graves were from very early 1900s




    Just outside the main gate tin to the graveyard, I took this picture looking north-west towards Freistrand and Flatsetøy

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