1. Post #1
    Antichristian Heathen Icelandic Bastard
    Nonikai's Avatar
    June 2008
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    So today I decided I needed to get out and do something. SO what I decided to do was to go out to the easter caves and rocky formations. Took these photos, and managed to get my camera safely into one of the caves with tiny space.


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  2. Post #2
    Cosmicmeet's Avatar
    March 2010
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    Good job D5000 buddy.

    This one is my favorite:


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  3. Post #3
    hyper-articulate
    Roll_Program's Avatar
    October 2007
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    I love landscapes like these.

    Great photos.

  4. Post #4
    Gold Member
    Dierag's Avatar
    December 2007
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    Why can't I live near stuff like this.
    Dammit England

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    DD's 10 year old
    /B/rother's Avatar
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    Great work, dude!

  6. Post #6
    hyper-articulate
    Roll_Program's Avatar
    October 2007
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    Why can't I live near stuff like this.
    Dammit England
    You're in England, that's pretty close to Scotland, with landscape like this.

  7. Post #7
    RESIDENT ASBESTOS OBSESSIVE
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    July 2008
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    It would take me 8 hours+ to get to Scotland by car, wheras that place is on Noni's doorstep.
    Cueball lives in Scotland but he doesn't take advantage of it.

  8. Post #8
    Antichristian Heathen Icelandic Bastard
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    June 2008
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    None of this was doorstep in all honesty

    We had to hike out for about 20 mins and then we were there for 3 hours climbing over shit scraping our elbows and knees because we had no minecraft and it was really really hard! :saddowns:

       hehehe jk, it was p hard though, but so worth it   

  9. Post #9
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    I'd like to see photos you take in a place that is less photogenic

  10. Post #10
    Antichristian Heathen Icelandic Bastard
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    June 2008
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    I'm gonna head to reykjavík (miniature london) in the summer

    will get some pics obviously, anything can be beautiful

  11. Post #11
    Hi Jo
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    February 2009
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    Reminds me of 127 hours.

  12. Post #12
    Antichristian Heathen Icelandic Bastard
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    June 2008
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    How do you like the idea of people being in landscapes?

    I was sort of against the idea at first, but when I took a few of my friends on the rocks I saw that having a person there in some cases really adds to the photo. It gives you a good comparison of how it would be to be there.

    Like in 189 there you see the massive Páskahellir (Easter Caves) and then a person (he's average height) and it just makes you wonder how it would be to be there.
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  13. Post #13
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    January 2007
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    How do you like the idea of people being in landscapes?

    I was sort of against the idea at first, but when I took a few of my friends on the rocks I saw that having a person there in some cases really adds to the photo. It gives you a good comparison of how it would be to be there.

    Like in 189 there you see the massive Páskahellir (Easter Caves) and then a person (he's average height) and it just makes you wonder how it would be to be there.
    I'm always a biiiig fan of people in landscape photos.
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