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Camera: Nikon D90
Lens: Nikkor 10.5 mm f/2.8 Fisheye

Old Kanyaka Ruins.

This is an old sheep station in the Flinders Ranges.

www.flindersranges.com/attract/kanyaka.htm

It was lightpainted and the sky is a combination of two separate shots. One long exposure (1/2 hour) and one short (30 seconds).

Tall Bob, p_jp55 (Jean-Paul), and 107 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. •·.·•ë£ï§å•·.·• (AWAY) 58 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Best of Flickr (admin invited), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  2. alonsodr 58 months ago | reply

    This is truly brilliant, my friend

    Best of Flickr Tribute to beauty

  3. Fort Photo 57 months ago | reply

    I so need this fish in my stable. ;-)))

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  4. Kuzeytac 56 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Extreme Sky, and we'd love to have this added to the group!


    Now That's Extreme!!
    We will be happy to have this in...
    The Extreme Sky Group.

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  5. frikosal 55 months ago | reply

    Well done and of course there is a lot of work behind.
    It is an interesting idea to combine long & short exposures, I think this is the first time I see it. But to be honest I'm not totally sure I like it.
    Very interesting image anyway, congratulations !!

  6. joxe@n 55 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called LONG EXPOSURE NIGHT=LARGA EXPOSICION NOCTURNA, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  7. renatovm 55 months ago | reply

    NO WORDS... one day I want to do something like that... that´s AMAZING

  8. raulmahon 54 months ago | reply

    I viewed this in the
    Bonza Gallery

  9. blablablablablablalblablbabla [deleted] 49 months ago | reply

    wow!

  10. ian.ryerson 46 months ago | reply

    amazing positioning! Love that the building is centered with the star trails.

  11. divyanshraheja 45 months ago | reply

    Amazing Photo.......... Hey need your advise..I am buying a SLR but got confuse between canon 550D or D90. Dude would you please advise which one is the best?

  12. VJ Spectra 45 months ago | reply

    Hi divyanshraheja

    In all honesty it wont matter which of those cameras you choose...they are both excellent tools...I guess if you need video the Canon is a better option and has slightly more resolution...if you need low light performance the Nikon may be a tad better. I also prefer Nikon ergonomics especially their pro models (D300 D700 D3 etc etc) but that is a personal choice...

    The Canon system also has better semi pro lens offerings than Nikon with thier f4 IS lenses. The downside with Canon is their lens system is often incompatible as you upgrade camera systems from an APS-C 1.6x crop model to a 1.3x Crop or full frame camera. Nikon has either FX or DX 1.5x crop lenses...if you choose ALL FX lenses to begin with you can utilise your glass on either FX or DX camera bodies at any time....most of my lenses are FX for this very reason.

    I think both will be great cameras so decide based upon the criteria I listed above that is most important to you.

  13. divyanshraheja 44 months ago | reply

    Thanks you very much....I really appreciate your advise...However I don't have any idea about lences. i am just a Beginner. I was thinking to buy " Canon EOS 550D Twin kit with 18-55 and 55-250mm IS Lens Digital SLR Cameras". Is it good? My main aim to buy SLR is to click perfect & beautiful Photos. " Poster type". I would really appreciate if you could advise me on that.

    Thanks .

  14. VJ Spectra 44 months ago | reply

    Go for it!....The kit lenses included with the Canon and Nikon entry level cameras are fantastic lenses considering their price.....they will do everything you need them to but I would probably also by a fast lens as well like a 50mm f1.4 so you have an available light lens when the light levels drop. Good luck.

  15. divyanshraheja 44 months ago | reply

    Thank you so much for advise...really appreciate :)

  16. Arsumigli aka Papi 41 months ago | reply

    S p e t t a c o l o p u r o !

  17. Simon Burden 37 months ago | reply

    inspiring. well done.

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