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  1. #16191
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    Falcon that is stunning, the prettiest and most meaningful image I can ever remember you posting. Sorry for the loss of your mate.
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  2. #16192
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconest174 View Post
    Veteran's Day in the US. Only one shot since I can't post an album.
    Hat is that of a recently Separated USAF vet. Taken at the Veteran's Day service at my church.
    Kind of a sad day for me, Friday I lost a close friend who would have been at this service as a Veteran of the USAF.
    That's a ripper mate. I wouldn't worry about the 1 shot rule, feel free to post more !
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  3. #16193
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconest174 View Post
    Kind of a sad day for me, Friday I lost a close friend who would have been at this service as a Veteran of the USAF.
    I know the feeling... several of my friends from school are listed on the wall in my post and additionally some have gone, too soon, over the years.

    The only real positive is that many of us survived to remember their service and sacrifice.

    Sorry for your loss. A very poignant image. Thanks.
    Last edited by D70FAN; 11-12-2012 at 07:20 PM.
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    Great action shot, no idea how he got up there though
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  6. #16196
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    From a buddhist temple in Cambodia. Hope you like the BW effect.
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    Nice shot in B&W. Tons of great imagery. Maybe try a crop of the stuff left of the palm tree for added depth?

    Sepia might have been cool as well. Anyway, I like the content and setting a lot. A great shot to experiment with.
    Last edited by D70FAN; 11-13-2012 at 05:07 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Great action shot, no idea how he got up there though
    Up the rock between the flags just like this guy.


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    You are kidding me K1W1

    Tim I like it and thanks for your generosity with the image size too. Have you considered upping the contrast a bit to emphasize the beautiful carving.
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  10. #16200
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    Thanks D70FAN... I want to retain the coconut tree; that's why I didn't crop further. But looking back your suggestion might work too.

    DPRoberts. I'm still on learning curve. I'm naturally reluctant on upping too much contrast. I admit though you are right. As for the size... since I only post once in a long while then why not?
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