Fuji The X100 in the Nilgiris (Hills in the south of India)

Boid

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Bangalore, India
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Rajiv
A quick weekend getaway to a tea estate nestled in the Nilgiris in the South of India with the X100, resulted in a few landscape pictures taken at different times of the day. Also met Moby (a charming Alsatian) and played catch for what seems like about 16 hours straight.

Got up at 5:30AM and froze my butt off to take these pics. Deeply regretted buying the X100 which makes me do things like this. (Shot in RAW)

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Out pops the sun (Shot in RAW)

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Hand held pano (JPG, edited Levels)

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This pano was on a monopod (JPG SOOC, size reduced)

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Temple door (JPG SOOC, size reduced)

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Here's Moby and his stone. I dare anyone to say no to that face! (JPG, levels adj.)

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The dry Mudumalai forest at the foothils (JPG, levels adjusted, created multiple layers and adjusted tones)

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Xuereb

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W. Australia
Boid, breathtaking & beautiful! For a few years now I have fantasised about retiring there. These pictures have me set on visiting to find a cottage or patch as soon as possible.
 

bartjeej

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bart
Great shots! My favourites are #2 for the wonderful, wonderful green tones, and #4 for the composition, I like how it's framed by trees on either side.
 

Boid

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Bangalore, India
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Rajiv
Boid, breathtaking & beautiful! For a few years now I have fantasised about retiring there. These pictures have me set on visiting to find a cottage or patch as soon as possible.

If it weren't for random frogs crawling out from inside the toilet bowl, I wouldn't have come back to civilization at all!
 

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