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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Pawk, Nov 24, 2003.
Highlands road, right in our back garden
Did some geocaching today, awesome out there
What's the story here @Dualthing? Looks interesting.
From the top of Mt. Antero
Muley Pt. (same pic I put in sunsets thread)
Ghost town, Kolmanskop is a ghost town in Namibia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kolmanskop
A few thousand kilometers south, these houses were built for the local community as holiday accommodation, 23 houses were built as well as a reception house and 2 houses for staff. The sand kept on blowing into the houses and started to take over the area, as nature does, it was deserted and all that’s left are the ruins of these houses. This geocache takes one there, https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC4YQBY_sas-own-kolmans
Interesting to read @Dualthing. So, the location in your photo is south of Cape Town, right? Seems like the Kolmans of SA is a separate event than the Kolmanskop of Namibia by distance and date. Sure makes for an interesting place to explore. What is the cost for a entry permit?
Thanks for posting.
No entry fee
This may not look like a pano, but it is a "Brenizer Method" 24 exposure 3 row structured panorama shot at 85 mm f 1.4 for that large format shallow depth of field.
Oh. It's spring already in Arizona...
A couple from a short road trip this week.
The Grand Canyon from the south rim
Sunset near the east end of the Grand Canyon
Four Corners National Monument a 360 degree view
The Racetrack in Death Valley. Not easy to see, but the 690 is parked there.
Imperial Dunes Recreation Area, CA
5 minutes from my house
Top End Billabong Darwin NT.
All I can say is "Wow" wearever "Billabong Darwin NT@ is I wanna check it out one day. Thank you Keygs for the addition to my bucket list.
Rt. 72 in West Virginia between Parsons & Seneca Rocks.
San Filipe Mexico, if you zoom, you can see our bikes parked in front of our rooms