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Images of Canberra – Deye’s take on the fogs

johnboy 25 June 2009 21

In the fogs that wrapped the city at night during the evenings earlier this week Deye braved the roads and ascended Mt Ainslie to take these photographs for your benefit.

You can see more of them on his Flickr page.

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bd84 bd84 9:21 pm 25 Jun 09

Mr Evil said :

Actually, I really like the first shot of the AWM – it looks like a scene out of “Close Encounters”.

I was going to say something similar. Awesome pics, it was a pity I forgot my camera when I went out on Tuesday night, would have got some good shots.

ant ant 4:43 pm 25 Jun 09

Love those bigger versions, really well executed photography. I can’t decide which one I like best… The orange lights in teh 2nd one are like little spot burn-offs at night.

Mr Evil Mr Evil 3:51 pm 25 Jun 09

Actually, I really like the first shot of the AWM – it looks like a scene out of “Close Encounters”.

deye deye 3:39 pm 25 Jun 09

old joke :p and a perception of the fog. It might be out by a degree or two.

Avy these links are as large as I put on the web.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3656/3653539475_796f4c833e_o.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3309/3653539809_f3ec3a2883_o.jpg

Jim Jones Jim Jones 3:33 pm 25 Jun 09

Mr Evil said :

The horizons aren’t level.

I think you’ll find that the Earth is on an angle.

Mr Evil Mr Evil 3:31 pm 25 Jun 09

The horizons aren’t level.

damnintellectuals damnintellectuals 2:12 pm 25 Jun 09

Awesome!

ant ant 2:04 pm 25 Jun 09

deye said :

no clever techniques, just stuck the camera on the tripod, lined it up and exposed it for the lighting conditions.

In the case of the top one

Exposure:

15 sec
Aperture: f/4.0
Focal Length: 90 mm
ISO: 100

I dunno, that looks pretty fancy to me. I’m still using the P setting on my camera…

Avy Avy 1:50 pm 25 Jun 09

Beautiful shot, but I want a larger version so I can take it all in!!

Qbn Gal Qbn Gal 12:34 pm 25 Jun 09

awesome photos. Thanks for sharing them

deye deye 12:27 pm 25 Jun 09

ant said :

Hey D’eye, how did you take those shots… any clever techniques used?

Thanks 🙂

no clever techniques, just stuck the camera on the tripod, lined it up and exposed it for the lighting conditions.

In the case of the top one

Exposure: 15 sec
Aperture: f/4.0
Focal Length: 90 mm
ISO: 100

bohemian bohemian 11:57 am 25 Jun 09

very good!

ant ant 11:01 am 25 Jun 09

I think Lewis Carrol would have problems being associated with that verbose character being extensively quoted yesterday. He’d throw a wobbly for sure.

Hey D’eye, how did you take those shots… any clever techniques used?

Skidbladnir Skidbladnir 10:02 am 25 Jun 09

Nobody should have to suffer Jabberwocky beyond a passing reference to ‘vorpal swords’.
Poor form, no points awarded.

Jim Jones Jim Jones 9:59 am 25 Jun 09

ant said :

Very good indeed, well done.

But if anyone starts quoting that horrible crap like yesterday, I’m throwing a wobbly.

You really are a turning into a threadsh1tter aren’t you.

Thumper Thumper 9:51 am 25 Jun 09

hah! I love it…

Nothing like some Lewis Carroll to enliven proceedings.

johnboy johnboy 9:48 am 25 Jun 09
    `Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
    Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:
    All mimsy were the borogoves,
    And the mome raths outgrabe.”

Wobble away Ant.

ant ant 9:41 am 25 Jun 09

Very good indeed, well done.

But if anyone starts quoting that horrible crap like yesterday, I’m throwing a wobbly.

Jim Jones Jim Jones 9:34 am 25 Jun 09

Very otherworldly – the top one reminds me of Close Encounters.

RandomGit RandomGit 9:33 am 25 Jun 09

100% magic.

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