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Day 18 Oct 2010: Show us your long lens landscapes

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nik111 e2
6 2.1k United Kingdom
18 Oct 2010 12:01AM
Put down the wide-angle lens as today we want to see landscapes you've taken on a longer lens .

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TTT 13 559 Germany
18 Oct 2010 6:54AM
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Sunrise over Budapest
18 Oct 2010 6:57AM
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Autumn in Staffordshire.
jeanie e2
10 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2010 10:08AM
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Used my 17-85 @ 85mm to pull the Old Man of Storr closer in this image up on Skye in May.. the wide angle version lost the Old Man into the distance....

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lorij 4 1
18 Oct 2010 3:19PM
This is a recent Ocean City excursion. Went with the family and took this photo literally from the dock at the bay, our back yard.-mg-0083.jpg

MalcolmS e2
9 1.1k 13 England
18 Oct 2010 6:56PM
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Taken with a Canon 70-300mm at Crosby Beach and not a Gormley in sight
braddy e2
4 23 Scotland
18 Oct 2010 7:11PM
This is a shot I took with my Canon 40D and Canon EF 70-300mm set to 100mm. I used a bit of processing to blur the foreground and background and over-saturate the colours a bit, all to give it that "toy town" look.
The location was Lennoxtown with the Campsie Fells in the background.
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martin.w e2
12 354 22 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2010 11:35PM
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Both taken from the same place, but on different days and pointing in different directions.

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Wast Water

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From Mam Tor

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Treeton

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Zoomed in from Baslow Edge

Although I am addicted to my wide angled lens, I do find I am zooming in more often to find details in the landscape. All the above were taken with a Canon 100-400 lens Smile

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