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Great agrin 2007-07-01 12:41

Very interesting shot. I just returned from a trip (bus and hiking) in Yunnan, and noticed that many of the high altitude roads (that were not dirt) are made of stones about 5" to 8" wide, which would make biking extremely difficult. Was this road smoother?

I think they make the roads like I described so they will not buckle during the freeze - thaw - freeze cycle.

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Default To pboehringer: I highly recommend my Singh-Ray warming pol

Hello Peter,

George Lepp of Outdoor Photographer often spoke highly of the Singh-Ray warming polarizer so I gave it a try and like it very much. Combining the little extra warming punch with the polarization is nice for outdoor scenes. It's expensive but it's the one high-end filter I have. Everything else I have is pretty much Cokin imitation including my gradual ND filters.

Are you considering the Coking system at all? It's especially useful for those
gradual ND filters you mention since you're not stuck with the transition area being in the middle of the scene.

Also, I think it turns out that my camera is not too receptive to infrared. I tried several shots but have not been able to perform any interesting conversions yet. I may need to research it a little more.

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Doug
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