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View from a snowy cliff

View from a snowy cliff
Copyright ©2007, Pekka Nihtinen
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Winter arrived to northern shores in the mid January - about 6-8 weeks later than usually. This picture was shot the morning after the first proper snowfall. The strange purplish tinge on snow is a reflection of morning sky.

Photographer: Pekka Nihtinen
Folder: Common area
Uploaded: 01-Feb-2007 18:27 CET
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Camera: Olympus E330
Exposure time: 1/80
Aperture: 7.1
Focal length: 48mm
Lens: Zuiko 14-54mm
Focusing method: Manual
ISO: 100
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied: Converted to TIFF, levels adjusted, sharpened etc. in Elements 3.0
Various: Tripod
Image resized to: 791x600

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another excellent capture from you Pekka ...very serene ;-))

DeeVee V at 20:46 CET on 01-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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From looking at the thumbnail i knew it was pekka-style!
Well at least you have some winter in the north. Down here in austria we had some ridiculous snow in vienna - just one day, then it all dissappeared and temperatures are far from beeing close to zero. This is "perkele" :-)
Regards, Dietrich

Dietrich Gloger at 23:57 CET on 01-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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Vielen Dank Dietrich. Ja, das ist wirklich perkele!... ;)

But you have at least mountains where it is supposed to be snow...or at least used to be.
Terrain in Finland is so flat, that if we don?t get snow here, we have no place to climb looking for it.
Tsch?ss, Pekka.


Dietrich Gloger wrote:
> From looking at the thumbnail i knew it was pekka-style!
> Well at least you have some winter in the north. Down here in austria we had some ridiculous
> snow in vienna - just one day, then it all dissappeared and temperatures are far from beeing
> close to zero. This is "perkele" :-)
> Regards, Dietrich
>

Pekka Nihtinen at 17:12 CET on 02-Feb-2007 [Reply]