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    Beautiful colors.

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    wow.. really a loney road. great pic

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    Hi there. Did you use any filters for this shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by antere
    Hi there. Did you use any filters for this shot?
    Yes. I used a Cir Pol.

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    back from holiday? very nice blue skies...really love the colours

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    Quote Originally Posted by rncw
    back from holiday? very nice blue skies...really love the colours
    Thanks. Yup just got back home

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    Just curious... Where was this picture taken?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gremlin
    Yes. I used a Cir Pol.
    wow, cir pol really makes the sky so blue...i like the way that the road extends and vanishs to the horizon. is a wide angle lens used here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton
    Just curious... Where was this picture taken?
    This was taken at Lake Monga, Perth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larcenciel
    wow, cir pol really makes the sky so blue...i like the way that the road extends and vanishs to the horizon. is a wide angle lens used here?
    Yes its a good thing I bought my pol along for the trip, and yes I used a WA lens for the pic.

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    Nicely done bit of disguising along with a highly misleading title Also it's Lake Monger not Monga

    For those who don't know Lake Monger is next to Herdsman lake and is situated next to Leederville in the middle of Perth.

    The road is actually a combined pedestrian/cycle track
    Last edited by Ian; 4th January 2004 at 08:35 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian
    Nicely done bit of disguising along with a highly misleading title Also it's Lake Monger not Monga

    For those who don't know Lake Monger is next to Herdsman lake and is situated next to Leederville in the middle of Perth.

    The road is actually a combined pedestrian/cycle track

    Aww shucks Ian, you should have played along with it

    Thanks for the correction. You seem to know Perth very well. You stay there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gremlin
    Aww shucks Ian, you should have played along with it

    Thanks for the correction. You seem to know Perth very well. You stay there?
    Ian is a dinkie die Aussie lives in Perth......isn't it mate?
    I missed Perth also....I love the colours of deep blue sky and green plantation....
    Did you spot the black swans and pelicans in lake monger vicinity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knighthunter
    Ian is a dinkie die Aussie lives in Perth......isn't it mate?
    I missed Perth also....I love the colours of deep blue sky and green plantation....
    Did you spot the black swans and pelicans in lake monger vicinity?
    You bet, and I was kicking myself for not bringing any longer lenses with me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knighthunter
    Ian is a dinkie die Aussie lives in Perth......isn't it mate?
    I missed Perth also....I love the colours of deep blue sky and green plantation....
    Did you spot the black swans and pelicans in lake monger vicinity?
    Hiya Mate,

    Nah, I'm only a PR here (still English) but I've lived here in Aust so long that I've gone pretty much native.

    Was down at Monger today briefly on the way back from a shoot and there's a few good black swans and a couple of older Pelicans lurking along with the usual compliment of ducks and other waterfoul.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gremlin
    Aww shucks Ian, you should have played along with it

    Thanks for the correction. You seem to know Perth very well. You stay there?
    I've been based in Perth since '98, before that I was based over East as well as a number of other places round the globe over the past 20 odd years.

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