Clouds over Mt Mee

Shot last weekend - jpg from camera (yes, jpg - as it's part of a timelapse sequence).

View all photos taken: Sunday, 10th May 2009, This photo: 12:53pm

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Comments

  • Xenedis said:
    Shooting during daylight hours? How uncivilised!
    Nicely done.
  • accesser said:
    Had a look at the EXIF it looks so wide for 21 mm full frame is cool for this stuff. Nice deep sky and greens helps to make it pop
  • HPVD Photos said:
    Wonderful landscape, nice and crisp.
  • Garry' said:
    Nice rural scene....I wonder how the time laps looks like with these clouds
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  • David de Groot said:
    Yeah but clouds are hard to see at night :P
    Yep - full frame is perfect for wide angle :)
    Thanks :)
    Not bad Garry, I got almost 30secs of footage from this one.
  • jaclyn_teh2000 said:
    Wow..beautiful clouds..looks like a group of white dancer..
  • mitchell burns said:
    wow, awesome photo!.... did u use a polarizer?, what brand do u use?
  • heidi_K said:
    Mt Mee is such a beautiful place and you did a wonderful job showing how beautiful a place it is. Well done.
  • bradchiplin said:
    Very nice. Lovely place too. Those colours really pop!
  • SkattyKat said:
    Beautiful David :-) very inviting
  • EclipseAu said:
    Awesome colours David, did u use a polariser and grad or is it straight from the camera.
  • David de Groot said:
    Thanks :)
    Yep, Hoya Polariser (just the cheap Green label one).
    You're right Heidi, it is indeed a beautiful place.
    Combination of Polariser and the Landscape style on the camera (which I actually bothered to use as I was shooting small jpg).
    It's a lovely spot, well worth the drive out there.
    Just a polariser, otherwise as-is from the camera.
  • matt_mcintyre said:
    Very nice work! Love the clouds
  • Jennifer Renee said:
    great shot
    love the clarity and depth of color
  • David de Groot said:
    Thanks :)
    Worked well, and the video looks fairly schmick too.
  • fatimka said:
    beautiful photo! reminded me shire in middle earth :)
  • David de Groot said:
    It's very much like that, minus the hobbits ;-)