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  1. #571
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    Gazebo at Vic Park


    Painted with flash. 30 second exposure at night which caused the sky to pick up the orange glow of the city. The willow tree and the flag at the top of the gazebo show how windy it was...
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  2. #572
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    Very........apocalyptic.

    Isn't light great?
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  3. #573
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTL View Post
    Agreed. It's just a fantatic shot, ZoicX. And very tastefully done, appropriate post processing.
    thanks JTL and toriaj .. feels super coming from you guys. Yeah, I really love this shot - making a beeline to the frame shop shortly, it has to go up on my walls.



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  4. #574
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    I haven't been very good lately with commenting...

    iamaelephant - Great scene. Your edit is definitely better.

    Nick, your wife is going to KILL you for posting pics like that... She could push you under a snowplow and they wouldn't find your body until spring!

    ZoicX, that pool shot is a great location.... but it looks like you needed to move a step to make it really symmetrical. The shot of your wife and kid is amazing.
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  5. #575
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    Quote Originally Posted by dustyporch View Post
    Gazebo at Vic Park

    Painted with flash. 30 second exposure at night which caused the sky to pick up the orange glow of the city. The willow tree and the flag at the top of the gazebo show how windy it was...
    Awesome image; I really want to try some night shots.
    Michael B.
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  6. #576
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    Agreed - awesome night shot. I'm looking for a decent tripod so that I can take good night shots too.

    Here's one without a tripod - definitely blurred, but the best I could do with my lens propped up against the glass of Coit Tower.



  7. #577
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    In Tensleep Canyon

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    Rule books are paper, they will not cushion a sudden meeting of stone and metal.
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  8. #578
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    Base of the Bighorns

    A good photograph is knowing where to stand.
    Ansel Adams

    Rule books are paper, they will not cushion a sudden meeting of stone and metal.
    Ernest K. Gann-Fate is the Hunter.

  9. #579
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    Cool shots guys

    ZoicX

    Love the baby reaching shot
    I usually amnot a sepia fan

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  10. #580
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    Ice Tree







    and another one from the same series

    Cheers


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