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The 180 degree panorama on the left is the result of five photos stitched vertically. My D300 was set to ISO 3200 to pull off 30 sec exposures at f/2.8. The lens was a Tokina 11-16mm 2.8.    The very bright ball of light rising above the trees, on the left is Jupiter.    By Dan Newton

Every summer I would go camping out in South Lake Tahoe. The Milky Way over Lake Tahoe I need to see this, look into when is the best time to see the stars when I'm going to lay tile

3 Reasons to Shoot Vertical Aspect Landscapes and 6 Tips on How to Shoot Them - From Digital Photography School

3 Reasons to Shoot Vertical Aspect Landscapes and 6 Tips on How to Shoot Them

3 Reasons to Shoot Vertical Aspect Landscapes and 6 Tips on How to Shoot Them----------- Moraine Lake, Alberta Canada Nikon Nikkor (shutter speed unknown), Fuji Velvia and most importantly, Lee 3 stop G.

For more than a century, the lighthouses of Lake Erie have guided ships into the many North Coast harbors.

Discover Ohio's Lake Erie Lighthouses

For more than a century, the lighthouses of Lake Erie have guided ships into the many North Coast harbors.

GIACOMO COSTA Florence -1970. His production includes Agglomerati, kaleidoscopic accumulations of urban buildings; Paesaggi (Landscapes), which features countryside or urban landscapes from where enormous monoliths stem out; Palazzi (Palaces),ebay store

GIACOMO COSTA Florence His production includes Agglomerati, kaleidoscopic accumulations of urban buildings; Paesaggi (Landscapes), which features countryside or urban landscapes from where enormous monoliths stem out

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