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Nappe1
27th September 2006, 00:31
Yet another online exhibition from me... This time with trying to get more abstract way showing lappland scenery.

3 photos. (clicking image will take you to the next one.)
1. "Shapes And Surfaces"
2. "Textures And Colors"
3. "Lights and Shadows"


http://aukea.net/mp/db/Teos/yksi/?K=3283915&NRO=1

Equipment: Olympus C-765UZ and Hoya Pro Digital 1 Circular Polarization Filter.

az
27th September 2006, 01:49
Beautiful! Especially the last one has me dreaming of visiting there :)

Nappe1
28th September 2006, 00:28
thanks. :)
for photographing the weather was this year a bit better.

Hoya's filter was quiiite expensive, but definetely worth of every cent. It inmproves quite lot color reproduction and prevents sky over exposure.

Wulfman
30th September 2006, 03:01
yeah, don't ask what the cir-pol filter for the D70 did cost (67mm).

nice pics, did you go hiking?

mfg
wulfman

Nappe1
1st October 2006, 12:28
yeah, don't ask what the cir-pol filter for the D70 did cost (67mm).

nice pics, did you go hiking?

mfg
wulfman

we made a daily trips to fjells close by. longest trip was 30 km in single day. ...and it was 4th time in Kilpisjärvi area. (the point where sweden, norway and finland frontier lines meet each other.)

Wulfman
1st October 2006, 12:33
we made a daily trips to fjells close by. longest trip was 30 km in single day. ...and it was 4th time in Kilpisjärvi area. (the point where sweden, norway and finland frontier lines meet each other.)
one could envy you for living up there (after being there twice).

mfg
wulfman

PS.: yes, tanzania is nice as well. thanks for asking. ;)

Nappe1
1st October 2006, 12:48
one could envy you for living up there (after being there twice).

mfg
wulfman

PS.: yes, tanzania is nice as well. thanks for asking. ;)

well, it's still 22 hours in bus to get there. :) So, I am living not that close. ;)

and you are right, Tanzania is also nice... some of my relatives have been there and the photos were really nice.