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Panorama EBS at Stonehenge #4

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  1. anjinho

    anjinho

    nice!

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  2. alburnkat

    alburnkat

    These are Amazing and I Love the sheep it this one. I wonder what they think about all the fuss is about over some funny rocks? Oh, wait a minute they're sheep they don't care.

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  3. buckshot

    buckshot

    @alburnkat: Ah, but these are not 'just' sheep - they are the Guardians of the Henge! They have mysterious qualities beyond the ken of mere mortals, for they are nurtured by the Sacred Vibe of The Ancients and have been personally hand-selected by He Who Is Unnameable and Unknowable to graze the Eternal Pastures..!!! (Bet they'd make damn tasty chops, too ;-)

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  4. alburnkat

    alburnkat

    Silly me, I should have recognized their mysterious qualities. Now I much desire one of their fleeces to spin and knit into a shawl so I can wrap myself in the Sacred Vibe of The Ancients. ;-)

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  5. aliceinchains

    aliceinchains

    awesome)

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Panorama EBS at Stonehenge #4

I woke really early and drove 100km to be at the ancient, mystical ruins of Stonehenge by sunrise. It was a frigid morning (3°C) with a bitter wind, but at least it was clear, with plenty of sunshine. I approached the 'exposing both sides' (EBS) technique the same way as described in my first panorama EBS album here: http://goo.gl/ChwbE The only difference was that I had a changing bag with me this time, so I could flip the film onsite from the redscale side (which I shot first) back to the normal side. I froze my ass off out there, but I think it was worth it for these results. Hope you like 'em too...! :-)

buckshot This photo was shot on film. Taken by buckshot with a Lomography Horizon Perfekt loaded with Kodak Ultramax 400 (35mm) film in Stonehenge, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: experimental, panorama, diy splitzer, homemade redscale, exposing both sides, ebs, nature, landscape, stones, heritage, stonehenge, dawn, and druid. Date: 2013-02-02. Time: Dawn. This photo can also be found in the album Druid Dawn (EBS).

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