Mount Olympus and lupines - 200907LJW

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Comments (7)

Jean-Marc Zaninetti on January 6, 2010


Larry Workman QIN on January 7, 2010


GHISLAIN BONNEAU on April 16, 2010

Hi Larry, WOW!!! Grandiose. Excellent composition. Y☼ and BOP I like the contrast of the threes with the mountain in the back ground. This would make a very nice painting if I had your permision to paint it of course. But I would add more light to the foreground.

Best Regards...............GHISLAIN.

Larry Workman QIN on April 18, 2010

Thank you very much GHISLAIN!!

You may use the photo for the painting you would like to do. What media are you planning on using?

For several months now, I have started to view the images on two different monitors before I upload them. On one of the monitors the images are a bit light and on the other they are a bit dark. With such a wide variation it helps me to select an exposure that I hope will appear about average on most people’s monitors.

Best wishes, Larry

GHISLAIN BONNEAU on April 18, 2010

Hi Larry, Thank you for giving me the permission to paint it, I will mention it is from one of your photo in panoramio. I always use Oil on canvas, nothing else will do. I tried every other mediums and Oil is the one that fits best my style and is much easier to work with then Acrylic. This will probably be my next painting and I will let you know when it is completed. I will put it on my Web site. I noticed too that when I upload my photos on Panoramio, that they always come out darker in Panoramio then they actually are on my monitor, and I know that my monitor is OK. So the photos I upload to Panoramio I put them a bit brighter and they come out OK. Take care.................GHISLAIN.☻

naveen sharma on October 24, 2010

Extra ordinary brilliant nicely captured snap of natural scenic beauty of mount Olympus. This mount olympus forest area is my choicest place n had visited thrice in my life specially Crescent lake is choice of attraction for many of visitors.Ur state is evergreen n God have created in leisure.*LIKED N LOVED *. best wishes from INDIA --Navsha45.

Larry Workman QIN on October 30, 2010

You are welcome GHISLAIN. I am looking forward to seeing it. I have noticed differences in exposure in Panoramio from monitor to monitor.

Namaste Navsha and thank you. I see that your photos appear in western Washington and India, so I was curious about your travel. कई शांति तुम्हारे साथ रहना

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on July 27, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Larry Workman QIN
    • Taken on 2009/07/26 06:37:01
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 82.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/10.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash