incredible photos of Iceland's volcano

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Tim Conway, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. Tim Conway

    Tim Conway Guest

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    ColinD Guest

    ColinD, Apr 21, 2010
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    ColinD Guest

    Yes, you're right. Old age and lack of sleep. Apologies.

    Colin D.
    ColinD, Apr 22, 2010
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    ColinD Guest

    Hi Alan et al,

    Yes, well, 'experienced age' - hmmm, I think I qualify under both
    categories. Old, yes, 70-mumble, experienced, yes, started photography
    at age 13, turned pro at about 45 or so, as a change from my electronics
    training, went to computers when my eyesight collapsed, retired, got
    lens implants after cataract surgery, picked up photography again, went
    digital about 6 years ago, now I just enjoy my hobby. Sleep? more, not
    less, average about 9 hours a night.
    That's prolly TMI. If so, more apologies.

    Colin D.

    PS: The volcano images are great, some are stupendous, exhibition
    material. This sort of imagery is the raw guts of photography,
    enlightening, moving, unforgettable, not only for the story they tell,
    but for the sheer beauty of the images themselves. Marvellous.
    ColinD, Apr 23, 2010
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    ColinD Guest

    I think it's static charges from the friction between the air and
    various gases and ejecta exiting the crater.

    Colin D.
    ColinD, Apr 23, 2010
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    ColinD Guest

    What about the ejecta?
    ColinD, Apr 23, 2010
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    whisky-dave Guest

    Wasn''t it a bit premature to capture it and do anything useful with it
    or am I thinking of something else ;-)
    whisky-dave, Apr 23, 2010
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