There are a few ways. Assuming you’re shooting on a tripod, you can take another exposure with highlights properly exposed and blend it by hand. You can use HDR/fusion software to combine bracketed frames. For the exposure you’ve got, post processing programs available today
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Congrats! You have any closer pictures of the wall? The white spots and streaks could be sawdust from insects.
Cabin was built in the early 40’s and served as a outpost for someone to look after the free range cattle. During the winter, it served as a hunting cabin. It was renovated in the summer of 1997 by my grandfather and friends to
I don’t think its on a raft. It may be a really shallow lake. Or at least an underwater hill or something. What I’m wondering, since the foliage around the lake suggests this is a northern region. I’d say it looks like Wisconsin or
I just saw this comment for some reason. I appreciate your comment, and can only say I had a certain mood in mind for the pic. I’m gonna go back and find the best of the 3 exposures and see how it comes out.
There are very strict construction laws in The area, especially concerning mountain huts, plus with such a view no one would abandon it. Also, look at it, it’s in great condition and probably renewed within the last decade. It is simply closed when not
Ahhhh, I live two counties south. Tis a wonderful place to be alive. I live in an historic farmhouse, so not quite the cabin charm, but I consider myself lucky to experience this same type of view/life day in and day out.
It definitely isn’t habitable but the scenery around it is amazing. I’m sure it was someone’s dream home once upon a time. [Album](http://imgur.com/a/vjqTP)
As someone who generally doesn’t like people, this pretty much looks like my idea of paradise.
Looks like 1340m [link](http://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/places-to-go/nelson-tasman/places/nelson-lakes-national-park/things-to-do/huts/upper-travers-hut/) to more information
This is it. This is the one I want so badly. This is the one I see in my dreams, listening to Bon Iver music and just being in my own little world.
Here in the States we call that a houseboat. Very nice. My Grandad was born in Yarrawonga-are you near there?
Not often that I see something about Lesotho on reddit! I lived in the highlands of Lesotho for a year in a small supply town called Mokhotlong. I’m assuming this is a cabin at AfriSki. I drove past these cabins a hundred times. I
Awesome cabin! Gotta say that the picture definitely makes it look like horror movie material haha
Yea, that’s obvious to folks like me, that is to say that you lose a bit of functional space around the perimeter (unless you do some sort of storage solution/shelving that you mentioned of course). It reminds me of a snippet from a book
I feel like it was built for/by a guy who grew up with a camp and probably owns a blue collar business. My anecdotal thought comes from seeing “cabins” done by a man who owns a large construction company, and another who owns a
Thank you for crediting the source. I do not like the idea of posting photos for karma, without crediting the source, which happens all too much on redditt.
That’s a glass tent. No heat, no kitchen, no bed, no water…
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I love New Mexico, spent a lot of summers in ABQ with my grandfather and most Christmases my wife and I visit Jemez Springs which both of our favorite places in the world.
My wife and I invested in a 30′ “modern” yurt from Colorado yurt company. We are in Nothern-ish Ontario. We found that the yurt was just not well enough insulated for this climate. We had it hooked up to a big outdoor furnace and
I’ve stayed there. There is a log book, dirt floors & a fire place. Free to stay if you make it out there 🙂 I think I elected to sleep in the tent since it’s dark in there and possibly all types of creepy
Pretty cool. Would like to know more about the materials used and their footprint though. Also, you’d think they could get Thoreau’s name right after naming the cabin after him.