The Promise by AlisterBenn

Taken on the last day we were on Iceland last a few weeks ago, this image has been one of the hardest I have ever put together. 11 vertical frames at 14mm handheld and manually blended, warped and encouraged into this 16:9 image. Handholding it slow enough to get some flow in the water was the least of the challenges!

This is in an area I have been exploring for a few years now, in summer the rocks are carpeted in a fragile moss and the delicate environment t takes some careful handling. In winter, with everything frozen and covered in snow it was actually a bit easier to access.

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Nightscape of Historical City of Toledo by Ivanferu

Otra panorámica tomada desde la ladera del Castillo de San Servando en Toledo. Esta es más amplia que la anterior y pillé un cielo algo más atractivo y menos plano

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Colorful Houses during blue hour (revisited) by maartenmensink

These colorful houses at the Reitdiephaven in Groningen are one of my favorite spots for photography. Naturally I had to go test my new camera there during blue hour, hope you like it!

Revisited the image and tweaked it a bit more in post.

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Seljalandsfoss by frank_delargy

Behind Seljalandsfoss in Iceland. This is a 6 vertical frame panorama using a 14mm lens. It is probably about a 200 degree view. The falling water is actually much closer than it looks and it is very wet behind the falls when there is any wind at all. I was lucky to get off these frames without getting too wet. I did have to clean the lens between shots.

You can get a sense of the scale by the people walking on the right
If you get a chance, this is a great place to visit but be prepared, you will probably not have this place to yourself .
Any feedback is appreciated.
Thanks
Frank

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