A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
Nice panorama. You're a quik learner.BTW, nT, what's going on with that male & female on the XXtreme Left?
Lucky you to get lessons in vivo.
Looks like fun!
Love the way you managed to get the sunflowers in the foreground. Why is everyone looking at him and not at what he's pointing to?
This is something I have to explore, nice photo of the lesson and great flowers 'merged'!
Wow! How much fun is that? HDR, panoramas! I'd love to have been there!Love both of these photos, and you are having no problem with the learning curve, I can see that!
Very cool! Nice shots too!Tash, one of the CDP bloggers is missing! Please visit my page. Thank you.
Lucky you! Great photos!!!V
Very nice panorama. I checked out George Lepp's website, he takes some amazing photos. I especially liked the time lapse movies.Unfortunately, we won't be going to LA this time round. Maybe next time!
Great picture! I think you enjoyed it a lot! Cool day!Léia
Beautiful composite. I need to learn more about that process!Love it when we have similar shots :)My sister and brother-in-law live in Matilija Canyon where this poppy gets its name. I just found this neat article about it in the Santa Barbara Independent.http://www.independent.com/news/2009/jun/11/matilija-poppies/LL
A lesson from a pro. Must have been interesting. I'm a big fan of panoramic photography.
Very cool, I wish I could have been there I need all the tips and advice that I can get.
Lovely:) Great chance to learn something:)
I love your picture of the lesson, and how rapt everyone looks.Jackie
A lovely poppy. Your fellow classmates seem to be packing some heavy artillery
wow, that must have been cool
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