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#1434302 - 18/09/2017 10:32 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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Thanks everyone for your input, much appreciated. It could be a number of things, like it might be time to go to Specsavers grin laugh
but then again it could be the sand that gives it that green/aqua colour, why I say that is if you go to Google earth it even shows green in the top lakes.
Myall Lakes
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#1434339 - 18/09/2017 21:05 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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More great pics all, Eddy, I see blue as sky with crystal clear water and yellow sand, throwing green smile The first pic is better to me, or maybe somewhere in between..could be a way off spec savers just yet wink


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#1434545 - 21/09/2017 07:23 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: EddyG]
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Originally Posted By: EddyG
Thanks everyone for your input, much appreciated. It could be a number of things, like it might be time to go to Specsavers grin laugh
but then again it could be the sand that gives it that green/aqua colour, why I say that is if you go to Google earth it even shows green in the top lakes.
Myall Lakes



When I first looked at the picture I though "gee that water is green!". On further inspection and if you look beyond the shoreline you can tell it is just the sand causing the illusion that the water is green. I think I can make out some sort of weed bed a bit further out? Anyway just my 2 cents smile. Don't have much to say on the forums these days. I just come and appreciate the photos from everyone....and they are pretty damn awesome!

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#1434698 - 22/09/2017 13:35 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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Thanks Ron & JP, I think you might be right Jason P!!
Here is a pic from the Singing Bridge looking south-east, Myall river sandbanks. Clear days and the lack of rainfall has made for some nice water clarity.
IMG_6233 by Eddy Groot, on Flickr
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#1435018 - 24/09/2017 18:45 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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Snow on the Fainters. Twilight in the Victorian Alps, 23 Sept.

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#1435023 - 24/09/2017 19:59 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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More brown atmosphere. The burn-off in Victoria has begun.

Victoria's highest peak, Mount Bogong (1986m), the Great Dividing Range, the Australian Alps. Late afternoon 22 Sept.

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#1435104 - 25/09/2017 19:58 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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The Spring melt, the Buffalo Ranges, Victorian Alps.

Dirty snow. Lake Catani.



A very cold stream.




Forest debris.




Mount Hotham ascending.




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#1435199 - 26/09/2017 21:09 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Wild Wassa]
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Originally Posted By: Wild Wassa
Snow on the Fainters. Twilight in the Victorian Alps, 23 Sept.

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Love your work Wild Wassa, this pic would look good on a canvas, nice and dramatic!!

What photo hosting site are you using?


Edited by EddyG (26/09/2017 21:10)
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#1435205 - 27/09/2017 06:22 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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Thank you Eddy. I'm pleased that you like the image. I walked in the snow, my first walk in snow in many years. I took 554 images in three day, in the high country.

I think that the images posted on the Forum are some of the best images of Australia, that I could wish to see. I enjoy everyone's posts.

I'm with Flickr. I'm slowly working out what level of my processing style, Flickr can best reproduce. I still see slight fringing on the hard edges of some tree lines and skylines (from over processing?), that I wasn't seeing on Photobucket. I'll stay with Flickr for the moment. I think the look of my images is improving on Flickr.

I haven't tried Imgur that Markus uses ... yet. I probably should do a few comparisons of the same images between Imgur and Flickr, for my confidence.

Limited visibility, early morning, South West Slopes of New South Wales. I'm guessing the smoke is from both the burning-off of agricultural stubble and several inland bush fires.



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#1435231 - 27/09/2017 12:35 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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Thanks Wassa, just wanted to know so I can follow your photography! smile
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#1435307 - 27/09/2017 23:54 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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Thanks for sharing your pics everyone. Wow Wassa thats a lot of photos you took. Glad to see you back in the thick of it. I'm currently trying Flickr too and I'm relatively happy so far. Still annoyed with Photobucket. I wonder what the washup is with them. Do they regret doing what they did?
These are a couple of early morning shots from near Laura, first up, and then Georgetown a few weeks back now. Gee we desperately need a good rain now. These warm windy days are really taking their toll frown


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#1435677 - 01/10/2017 19:53 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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South West Rocks
IMG_6409 by Eddy Groot, on Flickr
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#1435718 - 02/10/2017 06:16 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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Lovely colour Eddy. Was that dawn or dusk? I'm guessing .... dusk? smile

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#1435743 - 02/10/2017 10:22 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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Skysthelimit it has been good to get back into the photography, after a bit of a break. The combinations of hues and values are very beautiful in your photographs.

I wonder if Eddy has ever taken a bad shot? ... only he would know.

Cirrocumulus clouds above Woomeragama ... pronounced Wu-mar-gu-ma apparently. Southwest Slopes of New South Wales.



Hazy bright light and Canola near Gooramada in Victoria, beside the mighty Murray River. There were wind gusts in the tree tops. The air was perfectly still at ground level. The sun was shining on the Canola. 95% of the sky was overcast and the whole scene was wrapped in a smokey atmosphere. It was a lovely day.

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#1435780 - 02/10/2017 14:35 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
EddyG Offline
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Thanks STL and WW.
It was a sunset indeed STL.
Nice pics too WW.
And Wassa, I wonder that question with yourself.
To be honest, I would love to say no, but in reality I take more bad shots than good ones. Thank god for the digital age hey!!

I received a Miops trigger for my birthday the other day, looking forward to using it, now we just need some storms??


Edited by EddyG (02/10/2017 14:36)
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#1436142 - 05/10/2017 14:06 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
Wild Wassa Offline
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Smoke and snow.

The snowy tabletop formation is called The Jaithmathangs (1852m) and to the right is Mount Feathertop (1922m), Victoria.




Eddy, I read a bit and watched a video about using the new trigger. So many potential uses for it, limited only to one's imagination.
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#1436416 - 09/10/2017 09:21 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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Rainbow SWR
IMG_6490 by Eddy Groot, on Flickr
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#1436490 - 09/10/2017 21:15 Re: Spring Weather Images 2017 [Re: Markus]
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Sunset on the Myall River Hawks Nest
IMG_7207 by Eddy Groot, on Flickr


Edited by EddyG (09/10/2017 21:15)
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