My Flickr contact Werner Schwehm took this fantastic image of the interior of the Vienna University of Economics and Business library with his Canon 5D III and a wide angle lens.
Notice how he positioned himself relative to the floor pattern. It works very well.
My flickr contact Werner Schwehm posted this fantastic image of a concrete parking ramp taken in Leipzig, Germany with his Canon 5D Mark III.
Flickr member Carl Fredrickson posted this dramatic image of the fishing village of Hamnøy Norway taken with his Canon 5D Mark III.
My flickr contact rosemary* posted this spectacular macro of a hypericum taken with a canon 5D III and a Tamron 90mm macro lens.
My flickr contact Steve Garrington posted this fantastic image of the walkway and pump house at Talybont Reservoir, Wales, UK taken with his Canon 5D III.
My flickr contact Steve Garrington has posted a beautiful image of a dam causeway and what looks like an intake tower and bridge in fog, taken with his Canon 5D III.
My flickr contact Steve Garrington has posted a series of images of this lighthouse on the southern coast of England being battered by waves, taken with his Canon 5D III.
My flickr contact Stan Yoshinobu posted this magnificent image of Oceano Dunes in Southern California at sunset taken with his Canon 5D III.
My longtime (ten years) flickr contact minato took this most excellent image of a deer in Nara, Japan with her Canon 5D Mark III and a Zeiss 50mm lens.
She’s a master of both bokeh and simple minimalism.
My flickr contact Stan Yoshinobu posted another shot taken in Yosemite Valley, this time of the northwest face of Half Dome with clouds surrounding it. There is no doubt that Stan waited a while to get this shot, waiting for the light to hit the top of the dome just right so it had the most contrast with the sky. This is a brilliant image and no doubt Ansel Adams would be impressed.
On the left edge of the frame is Royal Arches and to the right of it, Washington Column, both of which have numerous rock climbed on them (which I did a long time ago). More recently (20 years ago) my wife and I hiked up the back side of Half Dome (went up the cables) and hung out over the visor. Too bad I didn’t take a lot of pictures on that hike, it was epic.