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Lindis Pass

Posted by
Maxine (Christchurch, New Zealand) on 20 March 2009 in Landscape & Rural.

Canon EOS 400D 1/100 second F/6.3 ISO 100 18 mm

I do not always get to check my site every day , so i apologise for not commenting immediately,but i do generally check in 3-5 times a week so your comments are always viewed and appreciated. Thank you for checking out my photos, please give constructive criticism as i want to learn from you wonderful people.

jamesy from christchurch, New Zealand

great shot Max love that blue stuff whatever it is

20 Mar 2009 8:26am

MrsAmber from United Kingdom

I love the blue 'stuff' too! This is a fabulous picture I have really enjoyed looking at.

20 Mar 2009 10:11am

Charles from New York, United States

Max you really travel through some pretty places..this is stunning.

20 Mar 2009 11:01am

Roman from Thunder Bay, Canada

....very well done Maxine, very well done indeed !! A gorgeous view !!


20 Mar 2009 11:13am

Linerberry from Sumner, Christchurch, New Zealand

The lupins lead the eye beautifully Max:-) What a place:-)

20 Mar 2009 11:28am

Dimitrios from ATHENS, Greece


20 Mar 2009 11:47am

Observing from North West, United Kingdom

Perfect Maxine, having that splash of color in the foreground really enhances the scene.

20 Mar 2009 5:23pm

manel from Girona, Spain

Buena toma, Maxine.

20 Mar 2009 8:38pm

Earnest from Oklahoma, United States

Fantastic scenery... I love those flowers.

20 Mar 2009 9:25pm

willow from United States

Great composition! The flowers are the perfect counterpart to the distant hills.

20 Mar 2009 10:17pm

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

A beautiful place, with these blue flowers…

21 Mar 2009 5:20pm

Kathryn from Warburton, Australia

Hey Maxine! long time no comment - haha! This is such a beautiful shot with the great composition and colour. This is one of my favourite drives on the south island. Hope you are well my friend!

15 Apr 2009 4:29am

Canon EOS 400D
1/100 second
ISO 100
18 mm