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Nikon D850

Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 ED VR AF-S

TIFFEN 77mm UV Polarizer Filters

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

NiSi Medium GND16 (1.2) - 100x150mm 4 Stop Medium Grad ND Filter

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

Tripod Mount Ring, iShoot All Metal Lens Collar Support Bracket Compatible

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Set Picture Control - Landscape

ISO Sensitivity - 360

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 72

Maximum Shutter Speed - 8 - Seconds

AF ON - AF area mode + AF - ON Group area AF

 

White Balance Kelvin

8,500K

 

Mill Copse has been woodland for at least 400 years, and as such it is classified as ancient woodland. Originally known as Barnfield Copse it was once a woodland of oak and coppiced hazel, with other species such as wild cherry, field maple and spindle.

 

The older coppice management valued the cyclical cutting of hazel stools and the regular removal of standard trees. In the 1960s the drive to increase the nation's timber production led to many Forestry Commission woodlands being felled and replanted with conifers.

 

Mill Copse was almost clear felled and a mixture of mainly conifer and a few broadleaved tees such as beech and American oak were planted. Little of the original wildlife of the wood survived.

 

We have cleared conifers from the north eastern side of the copse and planted over 300 hazel trees. There is far more bird life now and bluebells, town hall clock and wood anemones have colonised territory formerly lost to conifers.

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

[Stormcrow Store] SDHC - Pink

 

Marketplace:

marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Stormcrow-Store-SDHC-Pink/20...

 

Main Store:

maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Dominus/113/77/32

  

[Stormcrow Store] Premium Ultra Realistic Cars

 

[Stormcrow Store] SDHC - Pink

 

ABOUT MESH

100% Mesh Best Quality (The whole car, every part of it: Exterior - Interior All)

Extremly detailed Mesh

Optimized level of details (LODs)

Mesh doesn't deform when you zoom out

Fully modelled in Blender, body car, interior, dashboard, engine bay, trunk and suspension.

High detailed realistic Engine

Working doors, working roof, working trunk

 

ABOUT TEXTURES

Ultra realistic baked textures that are optimized for fast load in world

Material enabled, yes top of the line tecnology for your best SL experience -> Not the ugly SL shine

Ambient occlusion, it has a breathtaking effect on each part of the car

Every part of the car is texturized

Best quality aftermarket car parts such as rims, tires, brakes, calipers and light system - The Most Realistic all over SL

 

ABOUT SCRIPTS

KCP ACS POWERED: ACSv7.02 the most advanced script engine all over SL

The best Scripts all over SL for your driving experience performance and enjoyment

This Premium Vehicle is scripted and set so it drives exactly the way it does in RL, so yes you get the full experience at driving it

Perfect Handling

Active suspension, working rear wheels and pivoting front wheels so they turn like in RL

You can set it's driving speeds

All doors, roof, trunk work by a click - Special Smooth movement like in RL

Interactive Menu

Easy to use Menu

 

ABOUT HIGH DEFINITION SOUNDS

Most realistic Sounds Set installed based on the Car model

Open doors, roof, trunk

Turn on/off, horn, iddle, speed up/down, running, rev

 

ABOUT LIGHTS

Most realistic and strong Lights Set all over SL installed

All lights work

Head and rear lights, Running lights, brake lights and aditional working lights

Smooth turn on/off

 

ABOUT POSES

Driver customized pose

3 Passengers customized poses

 

ABOUT INTERACTIVE MENU CONTROL - OPTIONS / SCRIPTS

 

Driver and passenger positions are well set so you will fit in /adjustable position

Ultra Sensitive Automatic Transmission option - Automatic Gear Box

Interactive Manual transmission - Manual Gear box

Resize option

Camera options

Turbo

Burnout

Drift

Exhaust Pipe Smoke when burn out

Rebooting option by Menu

Lock / unlock system

Ejecting passenger option

 

*No Photoshop on pictures, this is exactly the way this car looks in world

  

[Stormcrow Store]

 

Marketplace: marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/204909

 

Main Store: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Dominus/113/77/32

 

Flickr: flickr.com/photos/146587501@N07/

 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/StormcrowStore/

CF-Card, Micro-SD, SDXC, UHS I ,UHSII, XQD ...... The evolution goes on !!!

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Nikon D850

SIGMA 24-105mm f4 DG OS HSM Art

SIGMA WR Ceramic Protector Filter 82mm

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

NiSi Medium GND16 (1.2) - 100x150mm 4 Stop Medium Grad ND Filter

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Set Picture Control - Landscape

ISO Sensitivity - 280

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 72

Maximum Shutter Speed - 8 - Seconds

AF ON - AF area mode + AF - ON Group area AF

 

Flooded Boat house Workshop

An old boat house workshop along the Embankment Road in Bembridge on the Isle of Wight. Now a very flooded and dangerous place.

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

 

{With prey, see below]

 

Catching up. Just returned from Sacramento with good news: we saw five raptors including Kestrel, Red-tailed Hawks, and we're pretty sure a Swainson's all on the top of light standards along the 75 mile route. Then, when we got there, lo and behold, four Magpies! I haven't seen a magpie since Twin Falls, Idaho. Next time we're headed to Sac, I'm bringing the SX40. Long story about the perfect Magpie image on being viewed on a new tablet and, somehow, I formatted the SDHC card!

 

Anyway, though you might enjoy another unique damsel until I delve into old haunting grounds. The Alhambra Slough should be filling with sparrows and shorebirds. No promises... No rain... Getting nervous.

[Stormcrow Store] SDHC - Red

 

Marketplace:

marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Stormcrow-Store-SDHC-Red/202...

 

Main Store:

maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Dominus/113/77/32

  

[Stormcrow Store] Premium Ultra Realistic Cars

 

[Stormcrow Store] SDHC - Red

 

ABOUT MESH

100% Mesh Best Quality (The whole car, every part of it: Exterior - Interior All)

Extremly detailed Mesh

Optimized level of details (LODs)

Mesh doesn't deform when you zoom out

Fully modelled in Blender, body car, interior, dashboard, engine bay, trunk and suspension.

High detailed realistic Engine

Working doors, working roof, working trunk

 

ABOUT TEXTURES

Ultra realistic baked textures that are optimized for fast load in world

Material enabled, yes top of the line tecnology for your best SL experience -> Not the ugly SL shine

Ambient occlusion, it has a breathtaking effect on each part of the car

Every part of the car is texturized

Best quality aftermarket car parts such as rims, tires, brakes, calipers and light system - The Most Realistic all over SL

 

ABOUT SCRIPTS

KCP ACS POWERED: ACSv7.02 the most advanced script engine all over SL

The best Scripts all over SL for your driving experience performance and enjoyment

This Premium Vehicle is scripted and set so it drives exactly the way it does in RL, so yes you get the full experience at driving it

Perfect Handling

Active suspension, working rear wheels and pivoting front wheels so they turn like in RL

You can set it's driving speeds

All doors, roof, trunk work by a click - Special Smooth movement like in RL

Interactive Menu

Easy to use Menu

 

ABOUT HIGH DEFINITION SOUNDS

Most realistic Sounds Set installed based on the Car model

Open doors, roof, trunk

Turn on/off, horn, iddle, speed up/down, running, rev

 

ABOUT LIGHTS

Most realistic and strong Lights Set all over SL installed

All lights work

Head and rear lights, Running lights, brake lights and aditional working lights

Smooth turn on/off

 

ABOUT POSES

Driver customized pose

3 Passengers customized poses

 

ABOUT INTERACTIVE MENU CONTROL - OPTIONS / SCRIPTS

 

Driver and passenger positions are well set so you will fit in /adjustable position

Ultra Sensitive Automatic Transmission option - Automatic Gear Box

Interactive Manual transmission - Manual Gear box

Resize option

Camera options

Turbo

Burnout

Drift

Exhaust Pipe Smoke when burn out

Rebooting option by Menu

Lock / unlock system

Ejecting passenger option

 

*No Photoshop on pictures, this is exactly the way this car looks in world

  

[Stormcrow Store]

 

Marketplace: marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/204909

 

Main Store: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Dominus/113/77/32

 

Flickr: flickr.com/photos/146587501@N07/

 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/StormcrowStore/

[Stormcrow Store] SDHC - White

 

Marketplace:

marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Stormcrow-Store-SDHC-White/2...

 

Main Store:

maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Dominus/113/77/32

  

[Stormcrow Store] Premium Ultra Realistic Cars

 

[Stormcrow Store] SDHC - White

 

ABOUT MESH

100% Mesh Best Quality (The whole car, every part of it: Exterior - Interior All)

Extremly detailed Mesh

Optimized level of details (LODs)

Mesh doesn't deform when you zoom out

Fully modelled in Blender, body car, interior, dashboard, engine bay, trunk and suspension.

High detailed realistic Engine

Working doors, working roof, working trunk

 

ABOUT TEXTURES

Ultra realistic baked textures that are optimized for fast load in world

Material enabled, yes top of the line tecnology for your best SL experience -> Not the ugly SL shine

Ambient occlusion, it has a breathtaking effect on each part of the car

Every part of the car is texturized

Best quality aftermarket car parts such as rims, tires, brakes, calipers and light system - The Most Realistic all over SL

 

ABOUT SCRIPTS

KCP ACS POWERED: ACSv7.02 the most advanced script engine all over SL

The best Scripts all over SL for your driving experience performance and enjoyment

This Premium Vehicle is scripted and set so it drives exactly the way it does in RL, so yes you get the full experience at driving it

Perfect Handling

Active suspension, working rear wheels and pivoting front wheels so they turn like in RL

You can set it's driving speeds

All doors, roof, trunk work by a click - Special Smooth movement like in RL

Interactive Menu

Easy to use Menu

 

ABOUT HIGH DEFINITION SOUNDS

Most realistic Sounds Set installed based on the Car model

Open doors, roof, trunk

Turn on/off, horn, iddle, speed up/down, running, rev

 

ABOUT LIGHTS

Most realistic and strong Lights Set all over SL installed

All lights work

Head and rear lights, Running lights, brake lights and aditional working lights

Smooth turn on/off

 

ABOUT POSES

Driver customized pose

3 Passengers customized poses

 

ABOUT INTERACTIVE MENU CONTROL - OPTIONS / SCRIPTS

 

Driver and passenger positions are well set so you will fit in /adjustable position

Ultra Sensitive Automatic Transmission option - Automatic Gear Box

Interactive Manual transmission - Manual Gear box

Resize option

Camera options

Turbo

Burnout

Drift

Exhaust Pipe Smoke when burn out

Rebooting option by Menu

Lock / unlock system

Ejecting passenger option

 

*No Photoshop on pictures, this is exactly the way this car looks in world

  

[Stormcrow Store]

 

Marketplace: marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/204909

 

Main Store: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Dominus/113/77/32

 

Flickr: flickr.com/photos/146587501@N07/

 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/StormcrowStore/

Nikon D850

SIGMA 60 - 600mm f/4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM SPORT

SIGMA WR Ceramic Protector Filter 105mm

Cotton Carrier SKOUT Sling Style Harness For One Camera - Grey

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Wildlife

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity -1000

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - Hi 0.7

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

AF ON - AF area mode + AF - ON Group area AF

 

The skylark is a small brown bird, somewhat larger than a sparrow but smaller than a starling. It is streaky brown with a small crest, which can be raised when the bird is excited or alarmed, and a white-sided tail. The wings also have a white rear edge, visible in flight. It is renowned for its display flight, vertically up in the air. Its recent and dramatic population declines make it a Red List species.

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

 

15 - 6 - 2020

Nikon D850

SIGMA 60 - 600mm f/4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM SPORT

SIGMA WR Ceramic Protector Filter 105mm

Cotton Carrier SKOUT Sling Style Harness For One Camera - Grey

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

 

Nikon

Aperture Priority Mode Wildlife

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity -1000

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 800

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

AF ON - AF area mode + AF - ON Group area AF

 

These large wading birds are a Schedule 1 species. In summer, they have bright orangey-brown chests and bellies, but in winter they're more greyish-brown.

 

Their most distinctive features are their long beaks and legs, and the black and white stripes on their wings. Female black-tailed godwits are bigger and heavier than the males, with a noticeably longer beak (which helps the sexes to avoid competing for food with each other).

 

They're very similar to bar-tailed godwits, which breed in the Arctic. Black-tailed godwits have longer legs, and bar-tailed godwits don't have striped wings. As the names suggest, the tail patterns are different, too.

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

 

18 - 7 - 2020

Nikon D810

SIGMA 150-600mm f5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

Black Rapid sport camera strap

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Wildlife

Set Picture Control - Standard

ISO Sensitivity - 1250

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - Hi 0.7

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

 

F/7.1

1 / 1250 Sec

ISO Hi 0.5

600mm

 

The UK's favourite bird - with its bright red breast it is familiar

throughout the year and especially at Christmas! Males and females look identical, and young birds have no red breast and are spotted with golden brown. Robins sing nearly all year round and despite their cute appearance, they are aggressively territorial and are quick to drive away intruders. They will sing at night next to street lights.

 

Happy Christmas 2019

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

  

Nikon D850

SIGMA 24-105mm f4 DG OS HSM Art

SIGMA WR Ceramic Protector Filter 82mm

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

NiSi Hard GND8 (0.9) - 100x150mm 3 Stop Hard Grad ND Filter

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity - 800

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 72

Maximum Shutter Speed - 8 - Seconds

AF ON - AF area mode + AF - ON Group area AF

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

 

Nikon D850

SIGMA 24-105mm f4 DG OS HSM Art

SIGMA WR Ceramic Protector Filter 82mm

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

NiSi Nano IR ND 2000 3.3 100mm X 100mm Square Neutral Density 11 Stops

NiSi Hard GND8 (0.9) - 100x150mm 3 Stop Hard Grad ND Filter

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Set Picture Control - Black & White

Bulb - Mode

Filter Effects Red

ISO Sensitivity - Lo 0.5

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 72

Maximum Shutter Speed - 8 - Seconds

AF ON - AF area mode + AF - ON Group area AF

 

These three pillboxes were situated on the west side of the radar station, outside the present wire perimeter fence, roughly 20' off the roadway. Only the bases now remain. They would have had perfect 180 degree of fire, covering the only existing roadway on to the down. Seeing that the whole area was mined from 1940 onwards, this would be the only access to the area. The three observation huts on the southern aspect of the roadway covered the mined south side.

 

This was one of the most important and heavily guarded positions and secrets of the war being the Island's rpimary position for the Chain Home Radar station at Ventnor which was attacked frequently

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

 

Thank you very much in Explore

   

Nikon D850

SIGMA 24-105mm f4 DG OS HSM Art

SIGMA WR Ceramic Protector Filter 82mm

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

NiSi Medium GND16 (1.2) - 100x150mm 4 Stop Medium Grad ND Filter

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity - 800

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 72

Maximum Shutter Speed - 8 - Seconds

AF ON - AF area mode + AF - ON Group area AF

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

 

Thank you very much in Explore

 

Nikon D850

SIGMA 24-105mm f4 DG OS HSM Art

SIGMA WR Ceramic Protector Filter 82mm

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

NiSi Nano IR ND 2000 3.3 100mm X 100mm Square Neutral Density 11 Stops

NiSi Hard GND8 (0.9) - 100x150mm 3 Stop Hard Grad ND Filter

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Mode – Bulb

ISO Sensitivity - 80

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 80

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

AF ON - AF area mode + AF - ON Group area AF

 

St. Catherine's Oratory is a medieval lighthouse on St. Catherine's Down

 

The tall, octagonal tower, the shell of a medieval lighthouse, was built in 1314 as a penance for stealing wine from a merchant ship that ran aground on the treacherous rocks of Atherfield Ledge.

  

The cargo of 174 casks, from Edward II's Duchy of Aquitaine in France, was salvaged, and much of the wine came into the hands of Walter de Godeton, who owned land in the manor of Chale. Charged with illegally recieving the wine, bound for the monastery of Livers in Picardy, he was ordered to pay a large fine and was almost excommunicated from the Catholic Church. To atone for his sin, Walter built a lighthouse with an oratory for a priest to tend to the light and pray for wrecked sailors.

 

Affectionately known as the Pepperpot, it stands on one of the highest parts of the Island and is the only medieval lighthouse surviving in England.

 

The slender tower is 35 ft (11 metres) high and has an eight-sided pyramid roof. Inside it is a square-sided shaft; at the top are eight rectangular openings so the light from the fire could be seen at sea. Only the foundations of the oratory have survived.

 

The four buttresses to the lower part of the tower were added in the 18th century. To the north is a circular stump forming the base of a new

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

 

14 - 3 - 2020

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**** This frame was chosen on December 28th 2016 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE (Highest Ranking: #246. This is my 93rd photograph to be selected, which for me is both amazing and exciting, as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the awesome photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

 

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to every one of the 16.500 Million people who have visited, favourite and commented on this and all of my other photographs here on my FLICKR site. *****

  

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Photograph taken at 10:26am at an altitude of one hundred and thirty nine metres on Thursday 12th September 2013 on the shoreline of Loch Voil, a small freshwater loch approximately 5 km (3½ miles) in length. and separated from Loch doine by the River Larig. and is drained at its northern end by the River Balvaig at Balquhidder.

  

This view was taken ahead of the old stone bridge in the centre of Balquhidder, a small village in the Stirling Council area of Scotland It is overlooked by the dramatic mountain terrain of the Braeds of Balquhidder. Rob Roy is allegedly buried in the cemetary a few hundred yards from this beautiful location.

  

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Nikon D800 130mm 1/125s f/13.0 iso200 Mirror Up RAW (14-bit). AF-S single point focus. Manual exposure. Matrix metering. Auto white balance.

  

Nikkor AF-S 70-200mm f/2.8G ED IF VRII. 77mm Jessops UV filter. Nikon MB-D12 battery grip. Two Nikon EN-EL15 batteries. Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod. Manfrotto quick release plate 200PL-14. Manfrotto 327RC2 Grip action ball head. Sandisc 32GB Ultra Class 10 30MB/s SDHC. Nikon DK-17a magnifying eyepiece. Hoodman HGEC soft eye[iece cup. Nikon MC-DC2 remote shutter release. Nikon GP-1 GPS unit.

  

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LATITUDE: N 56d 21m 19.30s

LONGITUDE: W 4d 22m 22.50s

ALTITUDE: 139.0m

  

RAW (TIFF) FILE: 103.00MB

PROCESSED FILE: 19.91MB

  

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Nikon D800 Firmware versions A 1.10 B 1.10 L 2.009 (Lens distortion control version 2)

 

HP 110-352na Desktop PC with AMD Quad-Core A6-5200 APU processor. AMD Radeon HD8400 graphics. 8 GB DDR3 Memory with 1TB SATA storage. 64-bit Windows 10. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. WD My Passport Ultra 1tb USB3 Portable hard drive. Nikon ViewNX-1 64bit (Version 1.2.4 24/11/2016). Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit.

 

Nikon D810

Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 ED VR AF-S

Nisi UV 370 77 mm Ultraviolet Optical Glass Professional

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

NiSi Nano IR ND 1000 3.0 100mm X 100mm Square Neutral Density 10 Stops

NiSi Hard GND8 (0.9) - 100x150mm 3 Stop Hard Grad ND Filter

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

F/9

20 Sec

ISO 80

36mm

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Bulb - Mode

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity - 80

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 80

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

 

The pier was built in the 1856 next to the fort by the Royal Engineers to service various military installations in West Wight and was used as such until 1962.

 

This was on the site of a former coastguard landing pontoon used when the site was a coastguard station, and was the third pier built on the Isle of Wight, after Ryde Pier and Cowes Fountain Pier.

 

The water off Sconce Point is surprisingly deep (eighteen feet at the pier head, even in the lowest tide), and thus well suited for a landing stage close to shore, the actual pier was quite short and stubby but used as the main supply route to Fort Victoria.

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

   

It`s hard to find a SDHC when somone used it as bookmark

  

Thank you all for the comments and faves!

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I was originally enrolled into the GETTY IMAGES collection as a contributor on April 9th 2012, and when links with FLICKR were terminated in March 2014, I was retained and fortunate enough to be signed up via a second contract, both of which have proved to be successful with sales of my photographs all over the world now handled exclusively by them.

    

On November 12th 2015 GETTY IMAGES unveiled plans for a new stills upload platform called ESP (Enterprise Submission Platform), to replace the existing 'Moment portal', and on November 13th I was invited to Beta test the new system prior to it being officially rolled out in December. ESP went live on Tuesday December 15th 2015 and has smoothed out the upload process considerably.

  

These days I take a far more leisurely approach to my photographic exploits, and having moved from professional Nikon equipment to consumer bodies and lenses, I travel light less constraints and more emphasis on the pure capture of the beauty that I see, more akin to my original persuits and goals some five decades previously when starting out. I would like to say a huge and heartfelt 'THANK YOU' to GETTY IMAGES, and the 22.893+ Million visitors to my FLICKR site.

  

***** Selected for sale in the GETTY IMAGES COLLECTION on March 7th 2018

  

CREATIVE RF gty.im/925773952 MOMENT OPEN COLLECTION**

  

This photograph became my 3,019th frame to be selected for sale in the Getty Images collection and I am very grateful to them for this wonderful opportunity.

  

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**** This frame was chosen on August 7th 2018 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE (Highest Ranking: #80. This is my 103rd photograph to be selected, which for me is both amazing and exciting, as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the awesome photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

 

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to every one of the 17.950 Million people who have visited, favourite and commented on this and all of my other photographs here on my FLICKR site. *****

  

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Photograph taken at an altitude of Fifty seven metres at 10:29am on Wednesday February 28th 2018 off Woolwich Road and Treetops Close in the grounds of Abbey Wood open space in Bexleyheath, Kent, England.

  

'The beast from the East', a Siberian cold front and weather phenomenon, has swept across the United Kingdom duringh the past few days, and last night was Kent's turn to brace herself for the deluge of snow.

  

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Nikon D7200 10mm 1/40s f/11.0 iso100 Exposure Compensation +1.3EV RAW (14 bit Lossless compressed) Image size 6000 x 4000). Colour space RGB. Handheld. AF-C focus 51 point with 3-D tracking. Manual exposure. Matrix metering. Auto white balance. Auto Active D-lighting. Nikon Distortion control on. Vignette control on.

  

Nikkor AF-S DX 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED DX. Phot-R ultra slim 77mm UV filter. Nikon EN-EL battery. Hoodman H-EYEN22S soft rubber eyecup. Matin quick release neckstrap. My Memory 32GB Class 10 SDHC. Lowepro Flipside 400 AW camera bag. Nikon GP-1 GPS module.

  

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LATITUDE: N 51d 29m 9.90s

LONGITUDE: E 0d 8m 14.60s

ALTITUDE: 57.0m

  

RAW (TIFF) FILE: 69.10MB

PROCESSED (JPeg) FILE: 38.40MB

  

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PROCESSING POWER:

 

Nikon D7200 Firmware versions A 1.10 C 2.015 (Lens distortion control version 2)

 

HP 110-352na Desktop PC with AMD Quad-Core A6-5200 APU processor. AMD Radeon HD8400 graphics. 8 GB DDR3 Memory with 1TB SATA storage. 64-bit Windows 10. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. WD My Passport Ultra 1tb USB3 Portable hard drive. Nikon ViewNX-1 64bit. Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit.

   

Nikon D850

SIGMA 60 - 600mm f/4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM SPORT

SIGMA WR Ceramic Protector Filter 105mm

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

Cotton Carrier CCS G3 Camera Harness System for One Camera - Grey

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Wildlife

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity -1000

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - Hi 0.7

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

AF ON - AF area mode + AF - ON Group area AF

 

Smaller than a redshank, turnstones have a mottled appearance with brown or chestnut and black upperparts and brown and white or black and white head pattern, whilst their underparts are white and legs orange. They spend most of their time creeping and fluttering over rocks, picking out food from under stones.

 

What They Eat

Insects, crustaceans and molluscs.

 

Length 21-24cm

Wingspan 50-57cm

Weight 85-150

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

 

8 - 4 - 2020

   

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****This frame was chosen on June 10th 2014 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE (Highest Ranking: #52. This is my Forty fifth photograph to be selected, which for me is both amazing and exciting, as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the awesome photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

  

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to everyone who visited, favourite and commented on the frame*****

  

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Photograph taken at 10:03am at an altitude of one hundred and thirty one metres on Thursday 12th September 2013 of Loch Voil, a small freshwater loch approximately 5 km (3½ miles) in length. and separated from Loch doine by the River Larig. and is drained at its northern end by the River Balvaig at Balquhidder.

  

This view was taken standing precariously upon a boulder in the deep Loch, looking towards the old stone bridge in the centre of Balquhidder, a small village in the Stirling Council area of Scotland It is overlooked by the dramatic mountain terrain of the Braeds of Balquhidder. Rob Roy is allegedly buried in the cemetary a few hundred yards from this beautiful location.

  

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Nikon D800 14mm 1/160s f/6.3 iso200 Mirror Up RAW (14-bit)Manual focus. Manual exposure. Matrix metering.

  

Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8G ED IF. Nikon MB-D12 battery grip. Two Nikon EN-EL15 batteries. Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod. Manfrotto quick release plate 200PL-14. Manfrotto 327RC2 Grip action ball head. Sandisc 32GB Ultra Class 10 30MB/s SDHC. Nikon DK-17a magnifying eyepiece. Hoodman HGEC soft eye[iece cup. Nikon MC-DC2 remote shutter release. Nikon GP-1 GPS unit.

  

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LATITUDE: N 56d 21m 16.40s

LONGITUDE: W 4d 22m 22.36s

ALTITUDE: 131.0m

  

RAW (TIFF) FILE: 103.00MB

PROCESSED FILE: 17.99MB

  

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Processing power:

HP Pavillion Desktop with AMD A10-5700 APU processor. HD graphics. 2TB with 8GB RAM. 64-bit Windows 8.1. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. Nikon VIEWNX2 Version 2.90 64bit. Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit

   

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***** Selected for sale in the GETTY IMAGES COLLECTION on September 29th 2015

  

CREATIVE RF gty.im/582186737 MOMENT OPEN COLLECTION**

  

This photograph became my 1,188th frame to be selected for inclusion and sale in the Getty Images 'Moment' collection, and I am very grateful to them for this wonderful opportunity.

  

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****This frame was chosen on October 1st 2015 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE (Highest Ranking: #170. This is my 77th photograph to be selected, which for me is both amazing and exciting, as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the awesome photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

 

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to everyone who visited, favourite and commented on the frame*****

  

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Photograph taken at an altitude of seven hundred and forty eight metres at 12:53pm on Friday 13th September 2013 of the Summit shrouded in cloud of Ben Nevis (Beinn Nibheis), the highest mountain in the British Isles, standing Thirteen hundred and forty four metres tall (4,409ft) above sea level and situated on the Grampian Mountains in the Lochbar area of the Scottish Highlands, near the town of Fort William.

  

The Gaelic translation of Ben Nevis is 'Venomous mountain' or 'mountain with its head in the clouds', and she was first ascended on August 17th 1771 by James Robertson. Ben Nevis forms a massif with Northeast neighbour Carn Mor Dearg, Aanach Beaf and Aonach Mor.

  

This frame was captured from the Glen Coe Ski Resort (also known as 'Glencoe mountain' and White Corries ski centre', located on Meall a' Bhuiridh, a mountain on the edge of Rannoch Moor in the highlands of Scotland, close in proximity to Glen Coe and Glen Etive. The mountain is One thousand, One hundred and eight metres tall (3,635ft), ranked 36th in the UK with a prominence of 795 metres and the name in Gaelic means 'Hill of the bellowing'.

  

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Nikon D800 180mm 1/160s f/18.0 iso200 RAW (14Bit) Handheld. AF-S single point focus. Manual exposure. Matrix metering. Auto white balance.

   

Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED IF. 77mm Jessops UV filter. Nikkor AF-S teleconverter TC20E III 2.0x. Nikon MB-D12 battery grip. Two Nikon EN-EL15 batteries. Sandisc 32GB Ultra Class 10 30MB/s SDHC. Nikon DK-17a magnifying eyepiece. Hoodman HGEC soft eyepiece cup. Nikon GP-1 GPS unit.

  

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LATITUDE: N 56d 37m 41.51s

LONGITUDE: W 4d 50m 34.30s

ALTITUDE: 748.0m

  

RAW (TIFF) FILE: 103.00MB

PROCESSED FILE: 25.24MB

  

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Processing power:

HP Pavillion P6-2388EA Desktop with AMD A10-5700 APU processor. AMD Radeon HD 7570 graphics. 2TB with 8GB RAM. 64-bit Windows 8.1. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. Nikon VIEWNX2 Version 2.10.0 64bit. Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit

  

[Stormcrow Store] SDHC - Black

 

Marketplace:

marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Stormcrow-Store-SDHC-Black/2...

 

Main Store:

maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Dominus/113/77/32

  

[Stormcrow Store] Premium Ultra Realistic Cars

 

[Stormcrow Store] SDHC - Black

 

ABOUT MESH

100% Mesh Best Quality (The whole car, every part of it: Exterior - Interior All)

Extremly detailed Mesh

Optimized level of details (LODs)

Mesh doesn't deform when you zoom out

Fully modelled in Blender, body car, interior, dashboard, engine bay, trunk and suspension.

High detailed realistic Engine

Working doors, working roof, working trunk

 

ABOUT TEXTURES

Ultra realistic baked textures that are optimized for fast load in world

Material enabled, yes top of the line tecnology for your best SL experience -> Not the ugly SL shine

Ambient occlusion, it has a breathtaking effect on each part of the car

Every part of the car is texturized

Best quality aftermarket car parts such as rims, tires, brakes, calipers and light system - The Most Realistic all over SL

 

ABOUT SCRIPTS

KCP ACS POWERED: ACSv7.02 the most advanced script engine all over SL

The best Scripts all over SL for your driving experience performance and enjoyment

This Premium Vehicle is scripted and set so it drives exactly the way it does in RL, so yes you get the full experience at driving it

Perfect Handling

Active suspension, working rear wheels and pivoting front wheels so they turn like in RL

You can set it's driving speeds

All doors, roof, trunk work by a click - Special Smooth movement like in RL

Interactive Menu

Easy to use Menu

 

ABOUT HIGH DEFINITION SOUNDS

Most realistic Sounds Set installed based on the Car model

Open doors, roof, trunk

Turn on/off, horn, iddle, speed up/down, running, rev

 

ABOUT LIGHTS

Most realistic and strong Lights Set all over SL installed

All lights work

Head and rear lights, Running lights, brake lights and aditional working lights

Smooth turn on/off

 

ABOUT POSES

Driver customized pose

3 Passengers customized poses

 

ABOUT INTERACTIVE MENU CONTROL - OPTIONS / SCRIPTS

 

Driver and passenger positions are well set so you will fit in /adjustable position

Ultra Sensitive Automatic Transmission option - Automatic Gear Box

Interactive Manual transmission - Manual Gear box

Resize option

Camera options

Turbo

Burnout

Drift

Exhaust Pipe Smoke when burn out

Rebooting option by Menu

Lock / unlock system

Ejecting passenger option

 

*No Photoshop on pictures, this is exactly the way this car looks in world

  

[Stormcrow Store]

 

Marketplace: marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/204909

 

Main Store: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Dominus/113/77/32

 

Flickr: flickr.com/photos/146587501@N07/

 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/StormcrowStore/

****This Three frame stitched Panorama was chosen on January 25th 2014 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE(Highest Ranking: #76) . This is my Eighteenth photograph to be selected, my Ninth of the New Year which I am amazed and delighted by as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the amazing photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

  

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to everyone who visited, favourite and commented on the frame*****

  

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This panorama was created from three separate RAW frames taken at an altitude of One hundred and thirty five metres, at 10:25/26/27am on Thursday 12th September 2013 of Loch Voil, a small freshwater loch approximately 5 km (3½ miles) in length. and separated from Loch doine by the River Larig. which is drained at its northern end by the River Balvaig at Balquhidder.

  

The three stitched photographs totalled 460MB prior to processing.

  

These views were taken beside the old stone bridge in the centre of Balquhidder, a small village in the Stirling Council area of Scotland It is overlooked by the dramatic mountain terrain of the Braeds of Balquhidder.

  

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Nikon D800 70mm 1/125s & 1/100s f/13.0 iso200 Mirror Up RAW (14-bit)

  

Nikkor AF-S 70-200mm f/2.8G ED IF VRII. 77mm Jessops UV filter. Nikon MB-D12 battery grip. Two Nikon EN-EL15 batteries. Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod. Manfrotto quick release plate 200PL-14. Manfrotto 327RC2 Grip action ball head. Sandisc 32GB Ultra Class 10 30MB/s SDHC. Nikon DK-17a magnifying eyepiece. Hoodman HGEC soft eyepiece cup. Nikon MC-DC2 remote shutter release. Nikon GP-1 GPS unit.

  

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LATITUDE: N 56d 21m 19.24s/19.73/19.76

LONGITUDE: W 4d 22m 22.45s/22.78

ALTITUDE: 139.0m

  

RAW (TIFF) FILES EACH: 103.00MB

COMBINED FILES: 460MB

PROCESSED FILE: 42.20MB

 

Niokn D850

SIGMA 60 - 600mm f/4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM SPORT

SIGMA WR Ceramic Protector Filter 105mm

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

Cotton Carrier CCS G3 Camera Harness System for One Camera - Grey

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Birds in Flight

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity -1000

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - Hi 0.7

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

PV AF ON area mode + AF - ON AUTO area AF

 

Length - 51-57cm

Wingspan - 113 - 128cm

Weight - 550 - 1,000g - male

700 - 1,300g - Female

 

What They Eat

Small mammals, birds and carrion. Even earthworms and large insects when other prey is in short supply

 

The Common Buzzard (Buteo buteo) is a medium-to-large bird of prey whose range covers most of Europe and extends into Asia. Over much of its range, it is resident year-round, but birds from the colder parts of the Northern Hemisphere typically migrate south (some well into the Southern Hemisphere) for the northern winter.

 

This Broad-winged raptor has a wide variety of plumages, and in Europe can be confused with the similar rough-legged buzzard (Buteo lagopus) and the distantly related European honey buzzard (Pernis apivorus), which mimics the common buzzard's plumage for a degree of protection from northern goshawks. The plumage can vary in Britain from almost pure white to black, but is usually shades of brown, with a pale 'necklace' of feathers.

 

Of the two eastern subspecies, B. b. vulpinus breeds from east Europe eastward to the Far East (including Eastern China and South Asia), excluding Japan, while B. b. menetriesi breeds in the Southern Crimea and Caucasus to northern Iran. B. b. vulpinus is a long-distance migrant, excepting some north Himalayan birds, and winters in Africa, India and southeastern Asia. In the open country favoured on the wintering grounds, steppe buzzards are often seen perched on roadside telephone poles.

 

The Common Buzzard breeds in woodlands, usually on the fringes, but favours hunting over open land. It eats mainly small mammals, and will come to carrion. A great opportunist, it adapts well to a varied diet of pheasant, rabbit, other small mammals to medium mammals, snakes and lizards, and can often be seen walking over recently ploughed fields looking for worms and insects.[citation needed] When available, common buzzards feed on their preferred prey species, field voles Microtus agrestis, in relation to their abundance. When the abundance of field voles decline, common buzzards switch to foraging on a diversity of prey items typical of farmland habitats.

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

 

6 - 5 - 2020

Went out today to "adjust" the SX40 and try to get rid of the shutter lag. Briefly, the first thing I did was change anything set to "Auto" to "Off." That's about 10 things, but I figured common sense was in order, so I used what I had and turned off "Three-second view of photo just taken" if only it was described as such. Sure enough, that was the difference. While I was at it, for the first time ever, I set the +/- to -2.4. Just a guess. Then reset to -1.5 and bingo, that's the change I needed. Remember, some of these setting go back at least five years, and they do not match the SX50.

 

Btw, the card slot on the 40 is smaller than on the 50, and none of the SDHC minis will fit. (Later) I found a smaller micro SDHC adapter and tried a 128 GB disc. I *think* that that was a much faster transfer than SDHC 16 GB disc.

 

I was in "my" part of the pond, took 79 shots at various settings, and came out with four pretty good images, good enough to post. One was of a previously unknown damselfly ... unknown to me (Pacific Forktail).

 

What you see in the image posted above is of a damselfly party. There are two Vivid Dancers mating, center left. And two onlookers, far left and right that are Blue-ringed Dancers. I thought about cropping out the Dancer on the right, but I composed this in the viewfinder and thought it was fine the way I intended. So, here you have my efforts for the day. I amaze myself at how close I'm able to get and get the focus and exposure pretty much the way I wanted. So...set exposure, bend, hold your breath, focus, and shoot. Repeat.

 

If I say, "Disregard the feather," will you disregard the feather?

Nikon D810

Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 ED VR AF-S

TIFFEN 77mm UV Polarizer Filters

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

Nisi Nano IR ND 100mm X 100mm 1000 (3.0) 10 Stop Filter

NiSi Medium GND16 1.2- 100x150mm 4 Stop Medium Grad ND Filter

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

SIRUI PA-20 Panorama Base with Quick Release Clamp

Tripod Mount Ring, iShoot All Metal Lens Collar Support Bracket Compatible with

Built-in ARCA-Swiss Fit Quick Release Plate for Tripod Ball Head

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

F/7.1

10 .1 Sec

ISO 64

105mm

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Bulb - Mode

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity - 64

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 500

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

 

The first lighthouse was established on St Catherine's Down in

1323 on the orders of the Pope, after a ship ran aground nearby and its cargo was either lost or plundered. Once part of St Catherine's Oratory, its octagonal stone tower can still be seen today on the hill to the west of Niton. It is known locally as the "Pepperpot". Nearby there are the footings of a replacement lighthouse begun in 1785, but this was never completed because the hill is prone to dense fog.It is sometimes called the "salt pot"

 

Tower height27 m (89 ft)

Focal height41 m (135 ft)

  

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

• CPU: Intel Mobile 900MHz

• Sistema operativo: Linux (precargado) / English, compatible con Windows XP

• Memoria on board: 512MB, DDR2-400

• Almacenamiento: 4GB Flash

• Pantalla: 7” Wide / TFT / 800*480

• Tarjeta Gráfica: Intel UMA

• Webcam: 300K píxel vídeo cámara

• Comunicaciones: 10/100 Mbps Ethernet; 56K modem

• WLAN: WiFi 802.11b/g

• Audio: Hi-Definition Audio CODEC; con altavoces estéreo

• Interfaz:

- USB 2.0 * 3

- VGA Port 1 (D-sub 15-pin para monitor externo)

- LAN RJ-45 1

- Audio Jack 2 Head phone / Mic-in

- Card Reader MMC / SD (SDHC)

• Teclado: US

• Batería: 4 cells: 5200mAh, 2S2P

• Dimensiones y Peso: 22.5 x 16.5 x 2.1~3.5cm, 0.92kg

Nikon D810

Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 ED VR AF-S

TIFFEN 77mm UV Polarizer Filters

TIFFEN Digital HT PRO Polarizer

Black Rapid Sport Breathe 361005 Sports Camera Strap

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity - 80

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 80

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO

 

F/7.1

1 / 250 Sec

ISO 110

34mm

  

Appuldurcombe House was begun in 1701 by Sir Robert Worsley, on the site of an earlier Tudor manor. The Tudor house, in turn, was built from the ruins of a Norman monastery dissolved at the Reformation. The house was not finished until 1772.

 

In that year Sir Richard Worsley returned from a Grand Tour of Europe. Inspired by the classical landscapes he had seen on his travels, Sir Richard hired Lancelot 'Capability' Brown to design the grounds surrounding his family home. Brown built a series of eye-catching follies on the crest of nearby hills. One of these was an Obelisk (now only a stump) commemorating Sir Robert Worsley.

 

He also built a folly called cook's Castle, which no longer exists. Brown created a winding, serpentine drive from the house to the Obelisk, created to give carefully designed glimpses of the house and grounds. a similar winding drive linked the house to the Freemantle Gate, the main estate entrance from nearby Godshill.

 

Take a trip round Appuldurcombe House which was bombed during the Second World War.

 

The front of Appuldurcombe House has been carefully restored, and upon approach the grandeur of the property and its beautifully landscaped gardens is truly remarkable. Only once you walk into the grounds at the back of the property do you realise that much of the building is now a mere ruin, destroyed in part by a stray mine attack by a German bomber in 1943.

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

  

Seu sensor Kodak de 40 megapixels mede 44 × 33 mm, slot duplo para cartões SD/SDHC, tela de LCD de 3 polegadas com 921 mil pontos.

 

Aqui estão as principais características:

 

- 40 Megapixels sensor (44 x 33mm), designed by Kodak

- PENTAX original Real Image Engine

- 14 bit A/D converter

- Dustproof, weather-resistant and coldproof body (70 seals)

- Dual SD/SDHC card slots

- New SAFOX IX+ autofocus system, with 11 sensor points

- Dust Removal II mechanism

- Trapezoid-shaped glass prism viewfinder

- Weight: 1480g loaded and ready with battery and 2 SD cards

 

PENTAX D-FA 645 55mm F2.8 AL [IF] SDM AW

 

- Equivalent to 43.5mm in the 35 format

- Dustproof, weatherproof

- Aero Bright coating

- First PENTAX completely rounded diaphragm

- SDM focus mechanism

- Weight: 416g

Le pont Castonguay

 

Un étrange appareil photo que ce Pentax !

Pentax K-01 (2012)

Capteur de 16,3MP ( 4928 x 3264 )

Stockage : SD/SDHC/SDXC

$600.00 USD

  

Pour plus d’info :

www.lesnumeriques.com/appareil-photo-numerique/pentax-k-0...

www.dpreview.com/reviews/pentax-k-01

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentax_K-01

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-lSQlvqFKs

www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IgQmVlydlk

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**** This frame was chosen on April 15th 2019 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE (Highest Ranking: #286. This is my 122nd photograph to be selected, which for me is both amazing and exciting, as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the awesome photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

 

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to every one of the 30.700+ Million people who have visited, favourite and commented on this and all of my other photographs here on my FLICKR site. *****

  

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I was originally enrolled into the GETTY IMAGES collection as a contributor on April 9th 2012, and when links with FLICKR were terminated in March 2014, I was retained and fortunate enough to be signed up via a second contract, both of which have proved to be successful with sales of my photographs all over the world now handled exclusively by them.

    

On November 12th 2015 GETTY IMAGES unveiled plans for a new stills upload platform called ESP (Enterprise Submission Platform), to replace the existing 'Moment portal', and on November 13th I was invited to Beta test the new system prior to it being officially rolled out in December. ESP went live on Tuesday December 15th 2015 and has smoothed out the upload process considerably.

  

These days I take a far more leisurely approach to my photographic exploits, a Nikon D850 FX Pro body as my trusted companion, I travel light with less constraints and more emphasis on the pure capture of the beauty that I see, more akin to my original persuits and goals some five decades previously when starting out. I would like to say a huge and heartfelt 'THANK YOU' to GETTY IMAGES, and the 30.655+ Million visitors to my FLICKR site.

  

***** Selected for sale in the GETTY IMAGES COLLECTION on October 27th 2018

  

CREATIVE RF gty.im/1059158846 MOMENT OPEN COLLECTION**

  

This photograph became my 3,461st frame to be selected for sale in the Getty Images collection and I am very grateful to them for this wonderful opportunity.

  

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Photograph taken at an altitude of Sixty four metres, at 11:57am on Monday April 17th 2017, off Via Folke Bernadotte and Viale dell'Aranciera, Rome, Italy, of Stone Pines (Pinus Pinea), also known as the Italian Stone Pine, Umbrella Pine and Parasol Pine. Thes magnificent trees are from the Pinaceae family, and native to te Mediterranean area.

  

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Nikon D7200 10mm 1/80s f/11.0 iso100 RAW (14Bit)Size L (6000x4000), Hand held with Nikkor VR Vibration Reduction enabled. Auto focus AF-C with 3D-tracking enabled. Manual exposure. Matrix metering. Auto white balance.Auto Active D-lighting.

  

Nikkor AF-S 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED. Phot-R 77mm UV filter.Nikon MB-D15 Battery grip pack. Nikon EN-EL battery (2). Hoodman H-EYEN22S soft rubber eyecup. Matin quick release neckstrap. My Memory 32GB Class 10 SDHC. Lowepro Flipside 400 AW camera bag. . Nikon GP-1 GPS module.

  

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LATITUDE: N 41d 54m 54.19s

LONGITUDE: E 12d 28m 53.09s

ALTITUDE: 64.00m

  

RAW (TIFF) FILE SIZE: 69.00MB

PROCESSED (JPeg) SIZE: 18.03MB

  

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PROCESSING POWER:

 

Nikon D7200 Firmware versions A 1.10 C 1.02 (9/3/17) L 2.015 (Lens distortion control version 2)

 

HP 110-352na Desktop PC with AMD Quad-Core A6-5200 APU 64Bit processor. Radeon HD8400 graphics. 8 GB DDR3 Memory with 1TB DATA storage. 64-bit Windows 10. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. WD My Passport Ultra 1tb USB3 Portable hard drive. Nikon ViewNX-1 64bit (Version 1.2.4 24/11/2016). Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit.

   

Nikon D810

Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 ED VR AF-S

TIFFEN 77mm UV Polarizer Filters

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Night Shot

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity - 800

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 80

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

 

Distance to Earth: 384,400 km

Radius: 1,737 km

Orbital period: 27 days

Surface area: 3.793×107 km2 (0.074 of Earth's)

 

The fifth largest moon in the solar system, Earth's Moon is the only place beyond Earth where humans have set foot. The brightest and largest object in our night sky, the Moon makes Earth a more livable planet by moderating our home planet's wobble on its axis, leading to a relatively stable climate. It also causes tides, creating a rhythm that has guided humans for thousands of years. The Moon was likely formed after a Mars-sized body collided with Earth.

 

Earth's only natural satellite is simply called "the Moon" because people didn't know other moons existed until Galileo Galilei discovered four moons orbiting Jupiter in 1610.

  

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****This frame was chosen on January 12th 2015 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE (Highest Ranking: #278. This is my Fifty eighth photograph to be selected, which for me is both amazing and exciting, as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the awesome photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

  

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to everyone who visited, favourite and commented on the frame*****

  

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Photograph taken at an altitude of One hundred and sixteen metres, at 10:26am on Saturday 14th September 2013, just before Aberfeldy on the shoreline of Loch Tay, nestled in the Tay Forest Park near Kenmore off the A827.

  

Kenmore (Cheannmhor) is a small village in Perthshire in the Highlands of Scotland where Loch Tay drains into the River Tay. Loch Tay is a freshwater loch in the central highlands of Scotland, in the district of Perthshire. It is a long narrow loch of around Fourteen and a hald miles in length and typically around one to one and a half miles in width.

  

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Nikon D800 24mm 1/160s f/18.0 iso200 Handheld RAW (14Bit) AF-S single point focus. Manual exposure. Matrix metering. Auto white balance.

  

Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED IF. Jessops 77mm UV filter. Nikon MB-D12 battery grip. Two Nikon EN-EL15 batteries. Sandisc 32GB Ultra Class 10 30MB/s SDHC. Nikon DK-17a magnifying eyepiece. Hoodman HGEC soft eyepiece cup. Nikon GP-1 GPS unit.

  

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LATITUDE: N 56d 34m 52.77s

LONGITUDE: W 4d 1m 12.50s

ALTITUDE: 116.0m

  

RAW (FINE) FILE: 103.00MB

PROCESSED FILE: 26.93MB

  

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Processing power:

HP Pavillion P6-2388EA Desktop with AMD A10-5700 APU processor. AMD Radeon HD 7570 graphics. 2TB with 8GB RAM. 64-bit Windows 8.1. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. Nikon VIEWNX2 Version 2.10.0 64bit. Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit

  

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**** This frame was chosen on September 28th 2018 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE (Highest Ranking: #285. This is my 108th photograph to be selected, which for me is both amazing and exciting, as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the awesome photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

 

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to every one of the 17.950 Million people who have visited, favourite and commented on this and all of my other photographs here on my FLICKR site. *****

  

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This Two and a half seconds long exposure was taken standing in the River Cray at an altitude of Twenty one metres at 05:46am on Thursday 22nd March 2018, in the golden hour around sunrise, (Sunrise was at precisely 05:59am),off Rectory Lane in the grounds of Foots Cray Meadows, over the River Cray in Bexley, Kent, England.

  

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Nikon D850 24mm 2.5 seconds long exposure f/6.3 iso100 RAW (14 bit uncompressed) Image size L 8256 x 5504 FX). Colour space Adobe RGB. AF-C focus 51 point with 3-D tracking. Area mode single. Manual exposure. Matrix metering. Auto 0 white balance. Nikon Distortion control on. Vignette control Normal.Manfrotto 055Xprob Carbon Fiber Tripod 3 Sections. Manfrotto 327RC2 Magnesium Ball Head. Manfrotto quick release plate 200PL-14. Jessops Tripod bag.

  

Nikkor AF-S 24-120mm F4G ED VR. Phot-R ultra slim 77mm UV filter. Nikon EN-EL15a battery. Matin quick release neckstrap. My Memory 32GB Class 10 SDHC. Lowepro Flipside 400 AW camera bag. Nikon GP-1 GPS module.

  

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LATITUDE: N 51d 25m 35.90s

LONGITUDE: E 0d 7m 51.20s

ALTITUDE: 21.0m

  

RAW (TIFF) FILE: 130.00MB (NEF 91.8MB)

PROCESSED (JPeg) FILE: 23.00MB

  

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PROCESSING POWER:

 

Nikon D850 Firmware versions C 1.01 (16/01/2018) LD Distortion Data 2.017 (20/3/18)

 

HP 110-352na Desktop PC with AMD Quad-Core A6-5200 APU 64Bit processor. Radeon HD8400 graphics. 8 GB DDR3 Memory with 1TB SATA storage. 64-bit Windows 10. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. WD My Passport Ultra 1tb USB3 Portable hard drive. Nikon ViewNX-1 64bit (Version 1.2.11 15/03/2018). Nikon Capture NX-D 64bit (Version 1.4.7 15/03/2018). Nikon Picture Control Utility 2 (Version 1.3.2 15/03/2018). Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit.

   

Happy Macro Monday

Here is a simple example of how Nanotechnology has rapidly changed the storage cards on our beloved cameras in a very short time frame. The large card at the bottom is a Compact Flash card at 64MB capacity. It was quickly leapfrogged by SDHC cards of 8GB and 64GB in a four year span. Higher density through smaller circuit design. Read about Richard Feynman if interested.

This is one of the entry i submitted for a local contest. There's still no news of the results so I'll take the risk and upload it here.

 

Sorry for the late upload, went shopping till midnight to get a decent attire for the wedding shoot. teehee =D

 

I'm bringing one 8GB SDHC, 4GB SDHC and 2GB SD for the wedding, Excited, much? haha.

 

Explored | August 5, 2009 #280

  

© Copyright Iskandar 2009 | All rights reserved.

Do not use, copy or edit any of my materials without my written permission.

Would appreciate not having large/animated multi invite codes

   

Highwood Ridge, Grizzly Ridge, Mt. Tyrwhitt and Pocaterra Ridge, Kananaskis Country, Alberta

 

Trying to extract every last bit of fall colours, I shot way too many panoramas.

 

What to do when you run out of SDHC UHS memory cards? Shoot using a camera that takes Compact Flash!

 

I recalled this fun video from the Camera Store too late on this day: www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqKH2AGEto8

Nikon D850 - SIGMA 24-105mm f4 DG OS HSM Art

SIGMA WR UV Filter 82 mm

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

NiSi Nano IR ND 1000 3.0 100mm X 100mm Square Neutral Density 10 Stops

NiSi Hard GND8 (0.9) - 100x150mm 3 Stop Hard Grad ND Filter

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Set Picture Control - Black & White

ISO Sensitivity - Lo 1

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 500

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

  

isle of wight New Towns National Trust England

 

You'll find plenty to do here in Newtown National Nature Reserve. There are many perfect spots for relaxing, such as the beautiful harbour or our peaceful woodland. Or for the more adventurous, we have quiet roads and lots of paths for walkers.

 

The harbour

Exploring by boat or just mooring for a while, Newtown harbour is a beautiful place to relax in.

 

Bird watching

Newtown provides perhaps the best opportunity for bird watching on the Isle of Wight. Our bird hides provide are a great place to get up close to the many species found here and knowledgeable volunteers at Seabroke hide will be happy to help you identify them.

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

 

14 - 2 - 2020

****This frame was chosen on December 12th 2013 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE, my Ninth frame to be included, and achieved a Ranking: # 81 - My highest ranking Explore photograph ever . Explore is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

  

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to everyone who visited, favourited and commented on the frame*****

  

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Photograph taken at 16:31pm on Thursday September 3rd 2012 off Borrowdale Road B5289 and Lake Road heading away from the shoreline of Strandshag Bay on Derwentwater near to the Lakeland market town of Keswick, one of the Northern most in the Lake District, Cumbria, England.

  

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Nikon D7000 15.0mm 1/250s f/10.0 iso200 RAW (14Bit) Handheld

   

Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5-5.6 DX EC HSM. Nikon MB-D11 battery grip pack. Two Nikon EN-EL15 batteries. Jessops UV filter. Nikon MB-D11 battery grip. Hoodman H-EYEN22S Hood eye eye cup. My memory 32GB class 10 20MB/s SDHC. Nikon GP-1 GPS unit

  

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LATITUDE: N 54d 35m 25.95s

LONGITUDE: W 3d 8m 14.32s

ALTITUDE: 88.0m

  

RAW FILE SIZE: 46.30MB

PROCESSED SIZE: 15.97MB

 

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****This frame was chosen on October 20th 2015 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE (Highest Ranking: #243. This is my 80th photograph to be selected, which for me is both amazing and exciting, as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the awesome photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

  

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to everyone who visited, favourite and commented on the frame*****

  

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Photograph taken in the golden hour around sunset at 17:39pm on September 8th 2012 off Borrowdale Road B5289 and Lake Road on the shoreline of Strandshag Bay on Derwentwater near to the Lakeland market town of Keswick, one of the Northern most in the Lake District, Cumbria, England.

  

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Nikon D7000 80mm 1/160s f/22.0 iso200 RAW (14-bit) AF-S single point focus. Manual exposure. Centre weighted metering. Auto white balance

    

Nikkor AF-S DX 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G VR. Jessops UV filter. Nikon MB-D11 battery grip. Hoodman H-EYEN22S Hood eye eye cup. My memory 32GB class 10 20MB/s SDHC. Lowepro Transporter camera strap. Lowepro Vertex 200 AW camera bag. Nikon GP-1 GPS unit.

  

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LATITUDE: N 54d 35m 21.83s

LONGITUDE: W 3d 8m 16.93s

ALTITUDE: 88.0m

  

RAW (TIFF) FILE SIZE: 103.00MB

PROCESSED (JPeg) SIZE: 9.70MB

  

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PROCESSING POWER:

 

HP 110-352na Desktop PC with AMD Quad-Core A6-5200 APU processor. AMD Radeon HD8400 graphics. 8 GB DDR3 Memory with 1TB SATA storage. 64-bit Windows 8.1. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. WD My Passport Ultra 1tb USB3 Portable hard drive. Nikon VIEWNX2 Version 2.10.3 64bit. Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit

    

Nikon D810

Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 ED VR AF-S

NiSi NIR-VND- Enhance Variable ND 1.5-5 Stop Filter

TIFFEN 77mm UV Polarizer Filters

Sony 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

Manfrotto 190cxpro4 carbon fibre tripod

Manfrotto X-Pro 3-Way Head - MHXPRO-3W

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity - 80

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 64

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

Nikon D810

Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 ED VR AF-S

TIFFEN 77mm UV Polarizer Filters

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

NiSi Nano IR ND 1000 3.0 100mm X 100mm Square Neutral Density 10 Stops

NiSi Hard GND8 (0.9) - 100x150mm 3 Stop Hard Grad ND Filter

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

SIRUI PA-20 Panorama Base with Quick Release Clamp

Tripod Mount Ring, iShoot All Metal Lens Collar Support Bracket Compatible with

Built-in ARCA-Swiss Fit Quick Release Plate for Tripod Ball Head

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

Nikon

Manual Mode Landscape

Bulb - Mode

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity - 80

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 500

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

 

St Boniface Down is a chalk down on the Isle of Wight,

England. It is located close to the town of Ventnor, in the southeast of the Island, and rises to 241 metres (791 ft), the Island's highest point, 1 kilometre (0.6 mi) north of the town.[1] There is reputed to be a wishing well on its southern slope, which requires the wisher to climb up from the south without looking back. In 1545, a French invasion force attempted this against a force of the Isle of Wight Militia commanded by Sir John Fyssher – which allegedly included several women archers- and were routed. In 1940, the radar station was bombed by Ju 87 Stuka dive bombers, which is reconstructed in the film "The Battle of Britain". The top is surmounted by a round barrow.

 

At the eastern foot of the down, on the A3055 road between Bonchurch and Luccombe, a path descends into Bonchurch Landslips via a scenic rock cleft, the Devil's Chimney.

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

   

Elevation 5500 Feet. (1676.4 Meters.)

Eastern Cascades, Washington State....

 

Cleaning my truck up today, found a SDHC card in my storage bin between the seats. It had images of a trip I took on the East side of Mnt. Rainier back in late June. Great find some nice images..

 

Have a great day..

Nikon D810

Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 ED VR AF-S

TIFFEN 77mm UV Polarizer Filters

NiSi 100mm System Filter Holder Kit - V6 Pro CPL

NiSi Medium GND16 1.2- 100x150mm 4 Stop Medium Grad ND Filter

Kinokoo Quick Release Plate L-type Bracket

SONY 64GB SDHC Flash Memory Card - High Speed G Series Class 10

SIRUI K-40X Ball Head

SIRUI R-4214X Professional Carbon Fibre Tripod

Hahnel Captur Pro Wireless Remote Control Timer and Time Lapse

Lowepro Whistler 2 BP 450 Backpack for Camera - Grey

 

F/ 5.6

1 / 160 Sec

ISO 500

300 mm

 

Nikon

Aperture priority mode Landscape

Set Picture Control - Vivid

ISO Sensitivity - 500

Auto ISO Sensitivity Control ON

Maximum Sensitivity - 80

Maximum Shutter Speed - AUTO*

 

Bembridge Mill was built c. 1700. It was painted by Turner in 1795. The mill was working by wind until 1913, having only been used for grinding animal feed after 1897. The mill was restored in 1935 and again in 1959, the latter restoration being funded by public subscription. In 1962 the mill was taken over by the National Trust. It has been restored and is open to the public.

 

The last surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight, Bembridge Mill was given to the National Trust in 1961 and was even featured in a watercolour by artist JMW Turner as well as serving its community.

 

Many Thanks Everyone, Much Appreciated & Faves

   

  

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****This frame was chosen on August 17th 2014 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE (Highest Ranking: #t288. This is my Fifty fourth photograph to be selected, which for me is both amazing and exciting, as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the awesome photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

  

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to everyone who visited, favourite and commented on the frame*****

  

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Photograph taken at an altitude of Sixteen metres, at 14:43pm on Monday 9th September 2013 past Balmaha, nestled in Rowardennan Forest and Sallochy wood on the small stretch of sandy beach at Sallochy Bay. The Bay is located on the Eastern shore of Loch Lomond in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Scotland.

  

Loch Lomond (Loch Laomainn), a freshwater loch situated on the Highland Boundary fault, is the largest inland stretch of water by surface area in Great Britain, at 39km in length and up to 8km in width with a maximum depth of 190metres. Primary inflows and outflows include Endrick water, Fruin water and the River Leven.

  

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Nikon D800 17mm 1/8000s f/2.8 iso200 RAW (14Bit) Handheld. AF-S Single point focus. Manual exposure. Matrix metering. Auto white balance.

  

Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8G ED IF. Nikon MB-D12 battery grip. Two Nikon EN-EL15 batteries. Sandisc 32GB Ultra Class 10 30MB/s SDHC. Nikon DK-17a magnifying eyepiece. Hoodman HGEC soft eyepiece cup. Nikon GP-1 GPS unit.

  

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LATITUDE: N 56d 7m 37.27s

LONGITUDE: W 4d 36m 35.54s

ALTITUDE: 16.0m

  

RAW (TIFF) FILE: 103.00MB

PROCESSED FILE: 13.09MB

  

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Processing power:

HP Pavillion Desktop with AMD A10-5700 APU processor. HD graphics. 2TB with 8GB RAM. 64-bit Windows 8.1. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. Nikon VIEWNX2 Version 2.10.0 64bit. Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit

   

 

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****This frame was chosen on February 27th 2015 to appear on FLICKR EXPLORE (Highest Ranking: #284. This is my Sixty eighth photograph to be selected, which for me is both amazing and exciting, as I never view my images as worthy compared to some of the awesome photography out there. EXPLORE is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period.

  

Flickr receives about 6,000 uploads every minute -- That's about 8.6 million photos a day! From this huge group of images, the Flickr Interestingness algorithm chooses only 500 images to showcase for each 24-hour period. That's only one image in every 17,000!..... so I am really thrilled to have a frame picked and most grateful to everyone who visited, favourite and commented on the frame*****

  

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Photograph takenat an altitude of One hundred and sixty four metres, on a wet and misty, though beautifully atrmospheric day, at 14:03pm on Sunday 10th March 2013 off the A498 at a pull in looking down towards Llyn Gwynant in Snowdonia, north-west Wales.

  

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Nikon D800 24mm 1/125s f/9.0 iso200 Mirror Up RAW (14-bit) Handheld. Manual focus. Manual exposure. Matrix metering. Auto white balance.

  

Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED IF. Jessops 77mm UV filter. Nikon MB-D12 battery grip. Sandisc 32GB Ultra Class 10 30MB/s SDHC Nikon MC-DC2 remote shutter release. Nikon GP-1 GPS unit. Matin DL-6399 All weather protective/insulated rain cover

  

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LATITUDE: N 53d 3m26.00s

LONGITUDE: W 4d 0m 14.99s

ALTITUDE: 164.0m

  

RAW (TIFF) FILE SIZE: 103.00MB

PROCESSED (JPeg) SIZE: 25.03MB

  

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Processing power:

HP Pavillion P6-2388EA Desktop with AMD A10-5700 APU processor. AMD Radeon HD 7570 graphics. 2TB with 8GB RAM. 64-bit Windows 8.1. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. Nikon VIEWNX2 Version 2.10.0 64bit. Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit

  

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