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Posted by
Margie (Auckland, New Zealand) on 27 August 2008 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

For Lloyd who demanded a new post

NIKON D80 1/25 second F/4.5 ISO 100 60 mm (35mm equiv.)

Any hints, tips, constructive criticism or comments are welcome and appreciated.

Observing from West Cheshire, United Kingdom

Better not go there then :)

27 Aug 2008 2:14pm

@Observing: Nah, Kiwis are made of sterner stuff. We had to or I wouldn't have got the "stormy weather" shots.

Anthony from Germany

Do they also paddle canoes,it could be handy

27 Aug 2008 3:22pm

@Anthony: Funny. :)
This sign was at the start of the bridge across the river. We went across of course, but didn't venture to deep into the sandhills!

Rui from Leiria, Portugal

LOL I agree with Mike. Better stay. Cool shot

27 Aug 2008 4:49pm

@Rui: Thanks Rui, we went across the bridge - didn't see any wild cattle though!

jamesy from christchurch, New Zealand

Cool Margie is this the same blue bach from an earlier photo I never knew sand hill were so scary, its safer in the South Island

27 Aug 2008 7:47pm

@jamesy: Yes, that's the same bach. This is also taken in Mareakura where most of the shots from the last week or so were taken. I'd never seen anything like this sign before either!

lisa v from Gawler, Australia

ooh, scary, what a find, now there's a sign to enter in a sign category of a photo comp

27 Aug 2008 11:39pm

@lisa v: Ha, never thought of that! Thanks for the visit and comment Lisa. :)

Ronnie 2¢ from London, United Kingdom

. . just when we thought it was safe to go back into the sand hills . .

28 Aug 2008 6:06pm

@Ronnie 2¢: :)

MadScientist from Düsseldorf, Germany

Hmmm.... how fierce can they get...?

29 Aug 2008 9:50pm

@MadScientist: Maybe they're just angry? :)
We didn't see any but we didn't venture too far into the sandhills.

Scotfot from Kabul, Afghanistan

Our wild and fiersome cattle are just soppy A very creative post :-)

1 Sep 2008 8:04pm

1/25 second
ISO 100
60 mm (35mm equiv.)