PANORAMIC BEST VIEWED LARGER
It’s amazing where you end up when you set your GPS to , shortest route and the GPS asks “Sealed Or Unsealed Roads ?”. Why not be daring and take the unsealed option … you never know what you find.
You discover things , like this wonderful stone shearing shed and doesnt it have character, had to shoot it over the fence , but one day i might go back and knock on the Sheep station door and ask permission to have a closer peek.
It’s somewhere near Oberon around 200klms west of Sydney in the Central Tablelands of the NSW Australia.
Technique : 25 bracketted exposures shot in brackets of 5, then each segment of 5 tonemapped in Photomatix 4.1, then stitched in Photoshop Elemernts 9.0
Equipment : Nikon D300, Nikon 18-70mm, handheld
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