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Shenandoah

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  • #2441
    Kestrana
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    Friend and I went to Shenandoah National Park this weekend (camerflage/RangerJoe’s old stomping grounds). I finally got around to picking up a circular polarizer that will fit all our lenses with the step down rings. Here’s a couple shots:


    The Light of Day by kestrana, on Flickr


    Rose River Rapids IV by kestrana, on Flickr


    Hemlock Springs Overlook by kestrana, on Flickr


    Colorful Silhouette by kestrana, on Flickr

    New England, eat your heart out.

    #41627
    CauseISaidSo
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    Beautiful colors there, Kes. Ours are just barely starting to change, but they’re saying we’re probably not going to have much of a fall display this year due to the drought.

    #41628
    linguine
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    Nice shots, I think the Shenandoah has to be my favorite part of Virginia.

    #41626
    Plamadude30k
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    What is this *autumn* you speak of? I’m pretty sure it’s still summer here.
    Beautiful pics, by the way :P.

    #41629
    orionid
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    Autumn – That part of year where time is punctuated by football games, and the weather is equal parts awesomesauce and grey suck. It’s also the time you start dreading things that have slipped your mind for the past seven months like “snow” “Christmas Shopping” and “In-Laws”

    /I keed about the in-laws. Mine seem pretty good so far.

    #41630
    ravnostic
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    ^ha!^

    Technical question–what’s the advantage of a circular vs. I guess ‘linear’ polarizers?

    #41631
    orionid
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    Linear gives you better control, but introduces weird artifacts to sensors. CPLs don’t do that.

    #41632
    Farktographer
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    Love the colours! Beautiful shots.

    #41633
    gambitsgirl
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    beautiful! I love Shenandoah.

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