- Jun 5, 2018
Hello,mountains of southeast Spain..........In Almeria Sierra of Gador................Gran Canária?
The terrain is very similar of Gran Canaria............Almeria It's also a volcanic areaGran Canária?
Meanwhile, in Madrid there is snowThe terrain is very similar of Gran Canaria............Almeria It's also a volcanic area
Well,in Spain it snows and people think it's apocalypse.....dont not.......We're used to it...........?Meanwhile, in Madrid there is snow
Reminds me of when I was working on a project for a Greek bank. Although based in Athens their data centre was in Bucharest. One of my Greek colleagues left home to catch her flight to Bucharest but it snowed (in Athens!). Not a lot of snow but enough to bring everything to a standstill. She phoned the office in Bucharest and was met with howls of derision; Athens had 1 or may be 2 cm of snow; Bucharest had 1 or 2m and everything just carried on working as normal.Well,in Spain it snows and people think it's apocalypse.....dont not.......We're used to it...........?
Oh she gets plenty of treats, she's a spoiled one. She wont go to bed at night til you make her bed and lay out the blanket. Pretty funny.Give her a doggy treat for me, she obviously deserves it. ?? My old pupper is 13 and she loved it when the whole family was stuck at home in March.
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There wouldn't be a Sierra Nevada without snow.Well,in Spain it snows and people think it's apocalypse.....dont not.......We're used to it...........?
No not lens flare. The other performers are holding flaming sticks which they used in performance.Fabulous photo. Perfect lighting.
Is that lens flare that's on the woman and elsewhere?
That's some skillz to calculate that exposure. Great photo!Here's one I shot a few years ago while visitnig the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland Oregon.
There was quite a crowd surrounding the performers, blocking my view, so I held my camera overhead, arms fully extended, and aimed it by "sight". Exposure was calculated manually rather than relying on the built in exposure systems as this sort of picture can occasionally be difficult for an automated system to compute correctly.
The texture of the flame came through pretty well.
that is very nice photo tooJust to be in keeping with the website's theme,
I think G L Pease's pipe photos are top notch.
The guy's eye is at least as refined as his palate.