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  Reply # 603054 31-Mar-2012 21:25 Send private message


f18a hornet by Raikyn, on Flickr



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  Reply # 604116 2-Apr-2012 20:15 Send private message


vampire by Raikyn, on Flickr

'Twas a good day out on Sat, good weather, varied aircraft, there is a heap on my flickr if anyone is interested.
Good workout with my new camera, took about 500 shots split between my 7D and my 5Dmk3 :)
I need bigger CF cards now though. 

 

 



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  Reply # 609039 13-Apr-2012 21:54 Send private message

Took this today, did it then drove 3 hours home....so bit short for words at the moment. Im sure someone will recognize where it is!

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  Reply # 609071 13-Apr-2012 23:08 Send private message

Not quite today, early Feb - didn't even think of posting here until this thread came up again :-)

Looking east across Opua harbour from the wharf.

Opua Mist

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  Reply # 609396 14-Apr-2012 19:43 Send private message

KennyM: Took this today, did it then drove 3 hours home....so bit short for words at the moment. Im sure someone will recognize where it is!


Can I guess Mt Ruapehu? 




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naggyman:
KennyM: Took this today, did it then drove 3 hours home....so bit short for words at the moment. Im sure someone will recognize where it is!


Can I guess Mt Ruapehu? 


I was thinking Taihape, or Hamilton? 



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Jaxson:
naggyman:
KennyM: Took this today, did it then drove 3 hours home....so bit short for words at the moment. Im sure someone will recognize where it is!


Can I guess Mt Ruapehu? 


I was thinking Taihape, or Hamilton? 


Ruapehu was close!

Mount Ngauruhoe is the one in the background, the other peak/summit is part of the walkway on the Tongariro crossing. Not sure exactly what its called, as theirs another peak (no in picture) that has the Tongariro summit on it.

That little spec on the top of the right hand peak is a person! I counted about 30people in total in that picture on the full size jpg


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  Reply # 609682 15-Apr-2012 19:22 Send private message

Yes!
I could recognise that scrub from a mile away. I go to Mt Ruapehu often, though I haven't done the Tongariro Crossing!  




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Perigee moon 06 May 2012.





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Super Moon Rising in Wellington


Super Moon Rise




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Bee by Raikyn, on Flickr


jumper1 by Raikyn, on Flickr

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  Reply # 693868 1-Oct-2012 08:09 Send private message

Wow, that Bee shot is something else.

I've tried myself a few times for hours on end to capture something like that and never succeeded. Congratulations.





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  Reply # 700535 13-Oct-2012 09:52 Send private message

Auckland by Night

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  Reply # 700572 13-Oct-2012 11:26 Send private message

Guys and Gals

When posting your masterpieces, please include some camera, lens, speed, aperture readings info.

I enjoy viewing all your photographs but I would really appreciate learning how/what you did to capture them.

Thanks Smile




 

 

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