The panorama of Connemara
|Copyright: Ania Jazdzewska (jazdzurka)
|Date Taken: 2005-08-01|
|Camera: Nikon Coolpix 5000|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-12-03 6:57|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Connemara there is in the western part of Co. Galway. From the north it is bounded by the fjord Killary, from the east by the Lough Corrib. From the south it borders on with the Galway bay and from the west with the Atlantic.|
It is the region of Mountains, lakes, peatlands, and of course ocean bays and islands. The interior of Connemara is rather weak populated as the natural conditions are hard. and for many years it was very poor region of Ireland.
In the picture you can see the Twelve Pins (or Bens) massif in the right and Maumturk Mountains in the left. The plateau is covered with peatlands (for many years dried cubes of bog were used as haeating fuel).
As I've made the panorama from two pictures, they have little different shutter speed, the left part: 1/358,9, the right part 1/367,3
Later I've changed levels 21; 0,95; 255 and sharpened a picture a little.
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No calkiem przyzwoita panorama Ci tu wyszla :) I mimo, ze czesciowo niebo jest troche przepalone, milo sie patrzy na fotke :)