My personal journey of photography...
Wow, the industrial site on the body of water makes this mountainscape very interesting!
Brrrrr, Ben. We need more firewood outside the kitchen! Help!
Is this view from your home too? Its very dramatic. What is the industry with the big smoke stacks?Nice shots and please bring in the firewood for Meg.
What a wonderful panorama. Whatever programs and techniques you used, the effort was worth it. The shots are seamless to my eyes.
I like the long format and how the steam/smoke from the factory shows up so well and complements the mountain range. Nicely done.
Tena koe ehoaBeautiful Ben! The mountain range capped in snow and the transition of colours above and below add to that wonderful wintery feeling and temperature. The contrast the industrial element adds to the image is a great POI in that it contrasts the predominant naturalness of the scene. Very nicely captured and processed Ben!
Thank you all!JAM,It's the Photoshop CS3, the new version of PhotoMearge is totally different from previous CS2 version. It does really good job.
This is very nice. That range is really enhanced by the panoramic crop. Great job on the merge.
Thanks Bob.I forget to answer your question, Photowannabe. Yes, it from my lounge window and the smoke stack belong to NZ Pine who makes MDF and multi-layers veneer boards.
Wow Ben! That's a million dollar view! Fantastic mountain range and great distance in this photo.
Thanks, Gavin.Bit of grey winter sky, but the snow cap gets some spot light to reflect. It was a very good sight.
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