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Angkor Wat - Cambodia

We had some good thunderstorms during the week.

Hope I'm not hogging this thread, but I thought I would add some more shots from our last trip to Patagonia.   1   2   3   4

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Amazing range and reach from my Olympus OMD EM1 MK2, all these shots were taken from the one spot, that being the Gladesville Bridge looking down the Harbour to the Harbour Bridge 





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Out chasing native orchids....a wander along the Parks tracks




Then its a matter of venturing off the tracks and through the bracken looking for orchids



When I find some orchids, like these Nodding Greenhoods



Out comes the macro so I can photograph one of them




Veined Helmet Orchids amongst the bracken




Using the macro again to photograph one of them



Slaty Helmet Orchid with a 5c coin for size reference



Using the macro to get a close-up




A few more orchids photographed on the outing...


Pelican Orchid



Trim Greenhood



Tall Greenhood


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One of my night shoots at an abandoned cement works. Most of my night work is at such places.


A little natural light painting on the hatch and red gelled on a silo.


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"And I want to sleep with you in the desert tonight, with a billion stars all around....." - Eagles.
Big Bend National Park 
One of the darkest places in the USA.




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Remembering magical Meteora!
Centuries old monasteries in Central Greece.
The area of Meteora was originally settled by monks who lived in caves within the rocks during the 11th Century. 
But as the times became more unsure during an age of Turkish occupation and lawlessness, they climbed higher and higher up the rock face until they were living on the inaccessable peaks where they were able to build by bringing material and people up with ladders and baskets and build the first monasteries.



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On 15/09/2020 at 7:26 AM, robin-hobart said:

Must have walked past this dozens of time without noticing.  Not letter boxes at all - painted up electrical substation box.

Even the slots are fake.  Duh......




Fantastic art on public display for everyone to enjoy, excellent.

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That's so cool. I like seeing clever stuff like this. I've actually done a bit of street art myself, but nothing as involved as this.

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