Photography

A fine low impact sport. Being close to a river/lake has it’s advantages.

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if this was a minutes-long movie, it would look the same, mr. rabbit moves first

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Nice pics. Just got back from Italy myself.

What part of Italy were you in?

Thanks! First time in Italy, so Rome, Pompeii, Positano, and a day tour in Tuscany. Still thinking about the food and vino! haha

Going back for sure, you?

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“Dawn in the Dolomites”

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Beautiful!

Not nearly the same but dawn in Monroe, NJ July 1996. Scan of the physical photo – hence the white spots here and there.

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Very evocative of Casper David Freidrich’s 1818 painting “Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog.”

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Nice. What post processing software do you use? Just curious!

I typically use LightRoom and PhotoShop RAW
THANKS!

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Interesting how these erosional hoodoo forms are found all over the world. Where were these located? Reminds me of visiting Goblin Valley in Utah forty years ago.

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New Mexico and Arizona have some great rock formations for landscape photography!

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