We have just come back from 11 days in Tassie, nice spot, a bit like a
smaller version of NZ with less snow LOL
I'm still editing from December, at one point I shot 10 shows in as
many days, about 20k images all up.
On 13 February 2018 at 08:35, Gonz wrote:
No worries mate (in my best fake crocodile dundy accent)! I figured
you and others were busy with it being the end of the year and all
that. We were pretty busy ourselves trying to squeeze in as much of
eastern Australia as we could within the week we had. I think next
time we may just choose
Great pics Robert, NZ looks gorgeous. Sorry we didn't manage to catch
up, I was slow to check my mail as it ended up a hectic end to the
year (an insane number of back to back jobs).
On 8 February 2018 at 03:19, Gonz wrote:
> Thanks Bob. I did manage to have
Thanks Bob. I did manage to have some relax time in there and not
reach for the camera for everything like some of the tourists there.
There were a huge number of tourists in Sydney for the NYE party
there, a good many of them posing for "instagram" moments... sigh,
such is the nature of scenic
Those are great David!
On Tue, Feb 6, 2018 at 3:16 AM, David Mann wrote:
> Here you go... a couple of quick & dirty renderings from 6x7 scans,
> uncropped. I must have been late for the actual sunset but I suspect the
> light would have been difficult as everything would
Excellent photos of a beautiful place.
Hope your trip went well beyond photography.
It is a place for visual gluttony!
Regards, Bob S.
On Sat, Feb 3, 2018 at 7:31 PM, Gonz wrote:
> Still processing many of the pics from the trip down in the
> upside-down. New
Here you go... a couple of quick & dirty renderings from 6x7 scans, uncropped.
I must have been late for the actual sunset but I suspect the light would have
been difficult as everything would be in shadow. You'd need to be there at the
right time of year.
I have some sunset photos from there but they're not immediately handy. I
wasn't up early enough the following morning to get the sunrise but the local
kea population certainly was. Quite an effective alarm clock.
> On Feb 6, 2018, at 7:44 AM, Gonz wrote:
Thanks Paul. The color of the water was amazing. What I found
fascinating is how much the color varied depending on the angle of the
sun. Or just a little cloudiness and the color would change from
aquamarine to dark blue in an instant. I had a couple of pics only a
minute or so apart and the
Most enjoyable. Perhaps my favorite place on the planet. The aquamarine water
always makes my heart sing!
> On Feb 5, 2018, at 4:06 PM, Robert Gonzalez wrote:
> Thanks Ann. The "ice" photo is actually a waterfall with a slow shutter
> speed. The boat came right
Thanks Ann. The "ice" photo is actually a waterfall with a slow shutter speed.
The boat came right up to the waterfall and it was quite dark alongside the
> On Feb 5, 2018, at 2:31 PM, ann sanfedele wrote:
> I'm loving these - now - but when I
I'm loving these - now - but when I first clicked on one you selected
Flicker was messing with me..
I didn't see any scenics, only the ice abstracts ... which didn't
really give you a sense of place :-)
Now - when I look at the album, it says there are 189 photos , many of
Thanks Alan for the kind words. I would love to go back again and
feast on those glorious sights once again, you can never have enough
of that scenery.
On Sat, Feb 3, 2018 at 9:59 PM, Alan C wrote:
> Visual gluttony indeed. A great set, Gonz.
> Alan C
Thanks David. I can tell its quite wet there, that with all the
waterfalls everywhere you look and the lush vegetation. I would love
to be in Milford Sound during the golden hour at sunset or perhaps
better at sunrise. The pics I got were ok, but the light was quite
On Sat, Feb 3, 2018
Thanks Cotty. Speaking of sailing, they said that Cp Cook missed
Milford Sound because the entrance is so well hidden. The pics 2295
and 2297 show the entrance and in 2295 you can see a ship going in.
>From the picture, the whole bay there looks like its closed, but the
huge sound goes in quite
On 4 Feb 2018, at 11:14, Steve Cottrell
On 3/2/18, Gonz, discombobulated, unleashed:
Here is the current album:
Enjoyed looking at those mate - really nice variety of
On 3/2/18, Gonz, discombobulated, unleashed:
>Here is the current album:
Enjoyed looking at those mate - really nice variety of scenes and angles of
view. Very good all-rounder. You could easily make it as a photo-journalist
Visual gluttony indeed. A great set, Gonz.
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Subject: PESO, GESO New Zealand pics
Still processing many of the pics from the trip down in the
upside-down. New Zealand is quite beautiful
Lovely. I'm jealous about that flight, what incredible views. Nice to see you
had clear weather at Milford Sound because it's one of the wettest places in
the world. It's also spectacular in the rain so you wouldn't have been
disappointed either way.
> On Feb 4, 2018, at 2:31
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