Ghosts In The Mist Revisited - The Great Alpine Road, Australia - The HDR Experience

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Philip Johnson

Newport Beach, Australia

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Revisting a old shot in my portfolio, just to see what changes in experience,technique and software. Hope you like it !

The Great Alpine Road is a 308-kilometre route that extends from Wangaratta in the north-east to Bairnsdale in the heart of Gippsland. The road is Australia’s highest year-round accessible sealed road and winds past lofty mountains, valleys, forests, rivers, vineyards and farms. Sample local food and wine, and fish, cycle, climb or ride along the way.
The Great Alpine Road (B500)12 is a country tourist road in Victoria, Australia, running from Wangaratta in the north to Bairnsdale in the east, and passing through the Australian Alps. The road was given its current name as being the mountain equivalent to Victoria’s world famous Great Ocean Road in the south-west of the state[citation needed].

The Great Alpine Road3 winds through mountains, valleys and forests, and past rivers, vineyards and farms. At a length of 303 kilometres, it is Australia’s highest year-round accessible sealed road. The section over Mount Hotham rises to an altitude of 1840m,4 is blanketed with snow during winter months and must be cleared on a daily basis. Extreme weather conditions can sometimes still result in the road being closed between Harrietville and Omeo.

The Great Alpine Road links Victoria’s North East with Gippsland. It was completed with the sealing of the section between Mount Hotham and Dinner Plain and was officially opened on the 4th of April, 1998.[citation needed] The road itself has existed since colonial times in some form, but was unsealed for much of its history, and was only given the Great Alpine Road designation after being fully sealed.[citation needed]

The current Great Alpine Road includes the former Ovens Highway from Wangaratta to Bright, and a former section of the Omeo Highway from Omeo to Bruthen,5 along with the section of the Princes Highway from Bruthen to Bairnsdale. Attractions include the Mount Buffalo National Park, popular tourist town Bright, the Mt Hotham and Dinner Plain alpine resorts, the historic gold rush township of Omeo, and stunning views and challenging driving along its length.

Equipment: Nikon D70 18-200mm Nikon Lens
Technique: 5 exposures, tonemapped in photomatix


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