Dusting off the Hard Drives
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Dusting off the Hard Driveson: May 19, 2020 at 8:42 amRe: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #1 on: May 20, 2020 at 9:22 am
I just like sand dunes. Here’s another image from Eureka Dunes in Death Valley. It is one of the few captures I like taken outside the dunes versus climbing up and in these dunes which requires a lot of hiking-you know taking 3 steps forward and 1-2 steps drifting backwards.
Alpa STC/IQ4150 Achromatic/S-K 210/ISO 200 cropped.Re: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #2 on: May 20, 2020 at 9:26 amRe: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #4 on: May 21, 2020 at 8:59 am
Mono Lake, CA sunrise. Some mornings the sky has no clouds and then other mornings like this one you get drama in the sky. Of course the silhouettes of the tufas give an image mystery. One of my favorite places.
Alpa STC/IQ3100/HR40/ISO 50.Re: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #5 on: May 22, 2020 at 6:58 am
White Sands, NM. This is a very unusual place in that then entire dunes are not sand, but gypsum. There is an article on this site detailing how this gypsum field came about. Entitled “why are the Sands White? January 18 , 2020 under Articles/Nature.
This image was taken in midday which can be a no-no, but the yucca shadow is why I took the image. Leica M9/21 f1.4 lens converted to B&W in LR.Re: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #6 on: May 22, 2020 at 7:06 am
Sometimes one gets a nice sunrise in Miami Beach. This is the iconic life guard tower and luckily no one was stirring this morning so I had the beach to myself. It seems strange to look for a few miles North and a few miles South and see no one but a few seagulls. Not even joggers this morning which was many weeks befog COVID-19 became a menace.
Sony A7R4/Zeiss Batis 40mm/f8/ISO100-hand held,Re: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #7 on: May 23, 2020 at 9:21 am
This is a scape, just not a strict landscape but a cityscape. Near ground zero at one of the most interesting new buildings in NYC, the Oculus. The reason I am fond of this image is the in this morning light two shadows appeared on the individuals walking by me. One directly from the bright sunlight and shadow from the reflection off a building nearby. I have never noticed this before while in NYC. Leica M10+19mm R lens.Re: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #8 on: May 23, 2020 at 9:25 am
Taken in Southern Utah. It looks like a rock head and another large rock in its shadow where both these large boulders fell from the huge rock outgrowth above many, many years ago. Leica M9/90 f2.0 Summicron.Re: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #9 on: May 24, 2020 at 9:05 am
#30 I can’t believe it has been one month of these daily postings including postings in the “Street” section too. Other than Kevin who looks at these postings, I just wonder if others appreciate the thread or not.
So this image was captured in Ireland on an overcast and wet day with fog all around. Old cemetaries are usually a must see for me since some gravestones are unique. This Maltese cross attracted me here along with the old abandoned church. It might have been abandoned because the cemetery grounds were full. Alpa STC/IQ3100 Achromatic/HR40/ISO 200 (base)
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