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Hi, I'm from Frankfurt/Main (Germany). I'm not a professional photographer. I take photos mostly only during my holidays. The photos from Australia were all taken using a Sigma SD14 DSLR in raw format (.X3F) and then later converted to .JPG with the Sigma Photo Pro 2.1 Software (The Version 3.0 does not work properly on my Laptop). In case you are interested in the photos in their original size, please let me know and I will e-mail them. Please be aware that .X3F have between 8 and 18 MB, .JPG have between 1 and 9 MB. Zipping does not help in reducing the filesizes. Regards, Bernd
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Wonderful capture and a perfect dynamic range to add to the appearance of the picture!!!

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The picture is taken from the top of Inishowen Head, Shrove (Stroove). In the foreground is Inishowen lighthouse. There was a second lighthouse to the east until about 1960 the bottom part of which can still be seen. The point of land on which the lighthouse compound is built is known as Dunnagree, from Irish Dún na Graí, meaning 'the fort of the stud (of horses)'.

This sign post was erected by Bord Fáilte (Irish Tourist Board) at the top of Inishower Head in the 1980s. It was shot by some local heroes within a year.

Fantastic view on garden!!!

On the picture they are on their way back to Fort William. As far as I know, they are not able to turn the locomotive at Mallaig.

merci beaucoup ;-)

Hi sjsbrown, Thanks for the comment. I was lucky, it was a special day at the castle. They have opened the tower for visitors for only that day i was there. Usually it's closed.

I hope that the you and the other viewers likes it. ;-)

Bernd

Eastern ssp. of Cattle Egret (Ardea ibis coromanda); adult in breeding plumage.

que peligroso¡¡¡¡

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