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  1. #13511
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    Thanks Diamond

    DPR, the sand was very soft and was drying out the water very fast, so that part of the sand sucked in the water fast making that part dark, well I tried to keep the pic as SOOC as possible, will try to lighten the foreground and see how the results are, thanks for the words
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  2. #13512
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    Backyard Visitor

    Eastern Hognose snake

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    - Rich

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  3. #13513
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    Good to see you posting Rich!

    Love the blue eyes. It almost looks as if he is smiling at you! LOL
    Jason

    "A coward dies a thousand deaths, a soldier dies but once."-2Pac


    A bunch of Nikon stuff!

  4. #13514
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    WOW that one serious shot Rich, great work.
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  5. #13515
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    Didn't get close enough to use the tubes Rich Scary visitor.

    I was driving along and found the sunset shining on this.
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    Pressing the shutter is the start of the process - Joe McNally ... Buying the body is the start of the process - Dread Pirate

  6. #13516
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Didn't get close enough to use the tubes Rich Scary visitor.
    Thanks guys,
    That is what I wanted to do, but its attitude kept me lil further away.
    Of course later found out it is all show. Snake will actually play dead
    and flip over on its back til it thinks it is safe. You can actually pick
    it up and it will be limp and lifeless. Cool stuff
    - Rich

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  7. #13517
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    Some seriously lazy piece of photography this one.. Opened up my window, snapped a few shots with the 70-300 and called it a day Stacked 2 hoya ND filters on the lens.


  8. #13518
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    Wild Iris

    Photowerkz; Cool sun pic.
    Here is a wild Iris that I found growing along the local riverbank. There are two colors that are blooming there, a yellow and this blue variety.
    As you can see there is a slight difference from the common shape that we usually see growing on our flower gardens.
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  9. #13519
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    Wow! Great sunset shot Photowerkz! I decided to shoot some macro-photography today.

    This is taken at Boerner Botanical Gardens.

    NIKON D80: Nikkor 18-55mm: Nikkor 55-200mm VR

  10. #13520
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    It sure is intimidating posting here some days.
    For seriously lazy, it's a seriously nice efect Marius.
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