Nice shot, there is so much crispness and depth with medium format film.Fartkowski, that second shot is quite moody with what looks list a slight mist. That beautiful old white house really adds to the atmosphere.
And Peacock Springs must be surreal...diving in fresh water always would be. That is tragic that so many divers have died there. Must be incredibly dangerous.
Awesome waterfall, Travis. I especially like the high viewpoint in the third photo down.
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I know that most people associate Australia with summer beaches and deserts. Here's a different sort of image of this country - showcasing the Victorian snow fields.
southernland by dragonblade712003, on Flickr[/IMG]
Thanks, though that particular photo was shot on 35mm. Would be cool to take a medium format cam to the snow.Nice shot, there is so much crispness and depth with medium format film.
Beautiful images. Amazing how flooding can totally transform the look of a location...making it quite surreal.We have gotten TONS of rain the past couple of weeks and the White River has escaped its banks. I took these standing on a 100 yr. old steel bridge.
looking in one direction
and looking in the opposite direction