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Tranquility

By dougv  
Just returned from a very nice tranquil week in the Austrian Tirol region.

I thought I would try my hand at a bit of Panorama stitching using Autostitch.

This lake is called Schwarzsee (Black Lake) and is about 30 minutes walk outside Kitzbühel.
The surrounding area is a nature reserve, and there are some wonderful walks all around the area.

It looks fine on the screen, but I am unsure how it will come out once uploaded, so if it's a bit naff I'll know not to try it again! - Well not with this camera anyway.
I know it is a bit burnt out in the top right hand corner!

I hope you enjoy this image.

Many thanks for looking.

Comments as always are welcomed.

Doug ;o)

Tags: General Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

Voters: Hayley0457, Louise44, Jou©o and 16 more


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Comments


SamGillespie 10 94 United Kingdom
1 Apr 2007 3:06PM
Great shot. Reupload this when V4 is released, since you will be allowed a wider upload!

Sam

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Louise44 10 3 United Kingdom
1 Apr 2007 3:41PM
Superb reflection composition. One of the best I've seen.
Very nice.
Louise
dougv 12 8.4k 3 England
1 Apr 2007 3:46PM
Thanks all.
Glad you like it.
The reflection is a true reflection, no "smoke and mirrors" used.
The only reason it is classified as Digitally Manipulated is because it is stitched from 7 different shots.

Doug ;o)
jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
1 Apr 2007 4:39PM
Lovely panorama, hope you get some views

Peter
22 Aug 2007 11:01PM
Terrific shot. Superb reflections.
Johanna
Diana 10 2.0k 19 Netherlands
27 Aug 2007 1:55PM
nice, very nice

Dianna
miptog 11 3.5k 61 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2007 3:15PM
Pretty impressive. The only PS work I would try is to lighten the shadow areas in the trees. Mike
15 Feb 2008 10:04PM
Nicely done, the clouds in the centre really work well

Eli

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