Discussion in 'Corner Coffee' started by Jem8472, 12th Jun 2012.
The beautiful Budapest.
Some great shots of Budapest there
A few from the summer jaunt to Liseberg last year:
I like the background green colours in this image, but Helix's supports arrive and then make it look cluttered. Argh.
Thank you, as always, a clear blue sky helps!
Taken at Chatsworth House last month, I was experimenting with HDR's and my new lens (Tamron 17-55mm f/2.8);
Like the middle one of the wavy hedge
The problem with employing a drunk gardner!
Lol. Talking of gardens, here's one I took on the weekend...
^Nice Alee! Bit of a different angle than most of the pictures of Eiffel!
Took a snap of Beetham Tower from the Deansgate tram stop on the way home from college. Turned out quite nice!
Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Island, Australia
Lake McKenzie, Fraser Island, Australia
SS Maheno, Fraser Island, Australia
Hobbiton, Matamata, New Zealand
The Bell - Forest Park - Stoke on Trent
Blackpool beach actually looking appealing
Lovely photo, but it is the ugliest tall building in this country. It's an eyesore in the Manchester skyline.
Banshee - Kings Island
Banshee (again) - Kings Island
Drop Tower: Scream Zone - Kings Island
Delirium (and Banshee) - Kings Island
Banshee (even again) - Kings Island
I originally thought Baron couldn't be any more of an astonishing looking roller coaster than it already was. Then a storm appeared and this happened...
I recently purchased my first DSLR - a very nice Canon EOS 760D. I partly bought it because I've wanted one for a while, partly because my old point-and-shoot got stolen when our house was burgled last year, partly because I've wanted to get more into photography recently, and also because I was going on holiday to Norway and Sweden in July. Two of the most beautiful places I've ever visited. As there'll be quite a few photos, I've put them in spoiler tags. And because there are so many of them, I'll have to split them over a few posts, so apologies in advance for that.
Tusenfryd and Norway
Martin made a new friend. <3
The journey down from Tusenfryd to Gothenburg had some stunning scenic moments like this. Honestly, the photo doesn't do it justice.
The drop out of Helix's station. The start of something epic. <3
This one would've been better with a train on it, but the ride wasn't even running at that time - this was during our behind-the-scenes tour which Liseberg gave us (many thanks to them once again).
One of the wheel assemblies on a Lisebergbananaramabanan train. I'm not sure what it is about this that I like, but there's something about it.
An overview of the hill. Shows just how much is packed onto it.
Helix just as the sun was setting.
The top of Wildfire's lift hill, along with the turnaround and the top of the first drop.
Side view of Wildfire's first drop, complete with train.
Wildfire's first drop, with a stunning view of the lake by Kolmården.
Same as above, but with a bit of the inverted airtime hill as well.
RED PANDA! <3
Few more stunning photos of the lake.
One of the adorable goats in the petting zoo.
"Yes, I know it's feeding time, but I'm quite happy up here, thank you very much."
This photo of a meerkat makes me realise that I should've taken a lens with a greater focal length than 55mm. Not bad, though.
Wildfire train going down the first drop.
Another one of Wildfire. I just couldn't stop taking photos of it, OK?
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