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  1. #16791
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    K1W1,

    Great color in that last shot. I wonder how that would print on some of those metallic papers?

  2. #16792
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    All strong shots K1W1 but the piston is my favourite

    The tree has been defoliated by the koala, it wasn't a fire. In parts of Australia koala's are in plague proportions (like this natural park I walk in), while in other areas they're theoretically endangered. Now that man doesn't have a hunter gatherer lifestyle in this landscape the natural balances are screwed up and populations aren't balanced.
    Last edited by Dread Pirate Roberts; 03-25-2013 at 04:26 AM.
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  3. #16793
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    DPR great shot. A similar problem we had with coastal deer. Abreviated hunting seasons (aww poor little deer), not enough natural preditors (coyotes and mountain lions) and in a few years they were dying of starvation and desease due to overpopulation.

    Now, longer hunting season, protected mountain lions, problem is deminishing.
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  4. #16794
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    Similar problem here in NYS. Had a local case where overpopulating deer in a very confined area near local University were scheduled to be culled by a professional hunter. Public outcry stopped it. No natural predators and very close to residential areas.
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  5. #16795
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    Great work K1W1 -- I can hear the hissing of the steam!
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  6. #16796
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    Sculpture

    Took this image of a sculpture in a window of a local restaurant on a recent Sat. AM walk to the post office.
    Tweaked it a bit in ACDSee Pro 6.
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  7. #16797
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    I really like that Falconest -- mediaeval porn! However, I can't make up my mind whether the shadow on the right is distracting or adds interest. Hmmmm....on the whole I think it adds interest.
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  8. #16798
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    Romeo & Juliette?

    A very well framed shot.
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  9. #16799
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    He looks a bit old for that, they were supposed to teenagers.
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  10. #16800
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    Eh. People looked older in the early 17th century...
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