Good idea to stitch them together. I don't even see the needle marks.One more from yesterday (Day 11). Or should I say "Five more"? I rather liked this little trickle of a waterfall but it was right alongside the footpath I was following, so far too close for the 135mm lens to capture it with a single shot of any orientation. I couldn't go any further back because of a 15 foot drop to the water below. My solution was the aforementioned five images, stitched. The 135mm wide angle lens in portrait mode!
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One more from the fire - got to experiment more, with the tripod:
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And some more cooking - after the brussels sprouts, here's another simple, quick meal, perfect while in the mountains:
Tuna, olives, capers, a red onion, a carrot, all stewed in tomato purree. This makes for a sauce, to be served with pasta. The other carrots in the back are a side dish for the children, who want vegetables instead of tuna, and the beer is the cook's side dish Nordwand Bräu Pale Ale
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Great sequence of shots and interesting story about the hoops you have to go through.Some continued excitement at my neighbor's yard this morning!! The three trees are now down and I was able to capture one in motion!!
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I talked to the folks doing the work, and apparently my neighbor was pretty lucky as it looks like none of the roots damaged his home's foundation. They are going to dig out the stumps ... which should leave a rather impressive hole!! Getting the OK to take these down is kind of a big deal as the city makes it difficult for homeowners to do as the oaks are "historical" according to some. Luckily all the work that has been done with ours as well as our neighbors was easy as they were somewhat "diseased" in places!!