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He Shot the Clouds

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_______Tech Info
   Pentax K5
   Sigma EX 10-20mm f/4,0-5,6 DC HSM 
   Slik 780 DX Pro | SH-807E
   Aperture: f/8
   Shutter Speed: 60sec
   ISO-Value: 100
   Focal Length: 10mm
   Filters: Haida ND1000 Slim, Haida ND8
   Time: 3:04pm

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   Up there on the Schrammsteine somtimes there are severe winds, and last October when I was visiting the place with my friend JanPusdrowski a storm front was flowing across Germany and its outer braches reaching as far as Saxony so we got almost blown away up there. And with my vertigo it was no fun treading about up there but Jan was able to help me settle down always reminding me that it's not possible falling down the edges. So after some time I got accustomed to the height I was able to get a hold of the situation and set up my stuff to capture this image. I love the details of the scenery. I will surely be back some day to enjoy the sight again. But for now this image will do.
   
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adorell's avatar
Your impressive work is featured here adorell.deviantart.com/journal…
Marianne95's avatar
The mood in this photo is awesome!
JanPusdrowski's avatar
Sehr gut, dein Standpunkt etwas weiter links ist wahrscheinlich der beste dort. so schneidest du weder links die ridge an, noch rechts den Falkstein. Das finde ich schon echt super, Bildaufbau 1+!
NicolasAlexanderOtto's avatar
Haha, beim nächsten mal tauschen wir die Plätze.
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danUK86's avatar
Stunning shot, love the exposure :)
H8BTalways's avatar
good long exposure, great movement in the clouds and good contrasty b/w treatment. Keep the quality coming
NicolasAlexanderOtto's avatar
Yeah, I usually always have bad luck with weather, the only thing I usually have luck with is the direction the winds blowing! :D
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