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Bob Warren / 10 items

N 10 B 605 C 21 E Oct 7, 2010 F Oct 24, 2010
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One more shot from the series taken on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Taken from the shoreline at Cabot's Landing, Nova Scotia. In this shot, an oddly-shaped cloud mass is moving in from the North Atlantic.
3-exp. HDR, with finishing in CS3 and Photomatix.

N 3 B 514 C 10 E Oct 7, 2010 F Oct 22, 2010
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Meat Cove is at the far tip of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. This is another view of the cove, as you approach it by car from a great height. That is a camp ground in the lower left hand corner, one that is completely exposed to the winds of the North Atlantic. As was recently described in another post of this area, Meat Cove was, for several days, completely cut off by Hurricane Igor. HDR processing saved the sky in this image, as the sky was almost completely bald.
3 Exp. HDR, CS3 and Photomatix.

N 6 B 406 C 16 E Oct 8, 2010 F Oct 22, 2010
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In a very dark corner of a very old barn on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, I found this very old buggy. The light coming in from the right was perfect for illumination.
3 exp. HDR, with a b/w and then sepia conversion.

N 0 B 265 C 6 E Oct 7, 2010 F Oct 19, 2010
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On the road to Meat Cove on the tip of Cape Breton Island; the isolation and beauty of this Atlantic coastal scene is punctuated by that pink oil tank and deck.
HDR; 3 exp., CS3 and Photomatix.

N 0 B 559 C 15 E Oct 7, 2010 F Oct 19, 2010
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This beach is where John Cabot (apparently, because no one really knows for sure) first set foot in the new world in 1497. It's on Aspy Bay, in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. To the left of the picture, there is a sign warning of eroding cliffs, but in fact the "cliffs" are about 2' - 2.5' high - not really much of a danger. But this area can be very treacherous in storms and in winter.
2-shot HDR, CS3 and Photomatix.

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