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  1. #911
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    xrocketman1967, I really like that first one. The ducks make the whole photo.

    Here's a change from all the color sunsets:



    EXIF: Nikon 8700 | Shutter Speed: 10/3242 second | F Number: F/2.8 | ISO Speed: 50 | Internal Flash

    Photoshop CS2: Crop & Converted to B&W using Channel Mixer. There wasn't much color in the sky to start with.
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    "Sundown over Chisholm over Chisholm Creek #6"

    1 of 8 shots, 6 horizontal (landscape) 2 portrait, including #6.

    Chisholm Creek Park is named for trailblazer & Cattleman Jesse Chisholm, whose name was attached to the Chisholm Trail.
    Millions of heads of cattle left Texas for Kansas on the Chisholm Trail.

    What you're seeing is the backend of one of Kansas' famous Thunderstorms.

    Sometime towering 50,000 over the prairies, storms like this one bring the ugliness of destruction, like at Greensburg Kansas this year.

    But as the storms move on, they also leave behind extraordinarily blue-crystal clear skies like in the photo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Razr View Post
    1 of 8 shots, 6 horizontal (landscape) 2 portrait, including #6.

    Chisholm Creek Park is named for trailblazer & Cattleman Jesse Chisholm, whose name was attached to the Chisholm Trail.
    Millions of heads of cattle left Texas for Kansas on the Chisholm Trail.

    What you're seeing is the backend of one of Kansas' famous Thunderstorms.

    Sometime towering 50,000 over the prairies, storms like this one bring the ugliness of destruction, like at Greensburg Kansas this year.

    But as the storms move on, they also leave behind extraordinarily blue-crystal clear skies like in the photo.
    Sundown over Chisholm Creek #1 (left)

    Painted Sky @ Eldorado (right)
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    wow...i love that black and white one....it is stuning....
    here are a few of mine


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    falling bombz, Thanks. I like your second shot. The colors are great. Going from yellowish to pinkish to blueish colors. The perspective is nice as well.


    I found this Corona Extra bottle on the side of the road while shooting the sunset.



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    Shutter Speed: 10/5411 second
    F Number: F/4.0
    Focal Length: 16 mm
    ISO Speed: 50
    Date Picture Taken: Aug 1, 2006, 7:44:20 PM
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    wow mumbles....i absolutley love that shot with the corona bottle...it is really cool, its just such a dirty lookign bottle and that perspective and the composistion..it would be a great advertisement

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    mumbles those last 2 you posted, the coronoa and the B&W are brilliant. great compositions.
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    Thanks falling bomz and Rooz. It had been awhile before I started posting in the forum again. Most of my photo are new and improved now. I'm happy people are liking them.
    Brian C. Racine

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    These are from Yellowstone/Grand Tetons (2006)

    I know my photo quality is not up to par, but I still like the pictures. Hope someone else will, too. Used a Canon S2.

    First ones are the Great Fountain Geyser at Yellowstone N.P. Last ones are at or near Jackson Lake, Grand Tetons N.P. (I think that's the name of the Lake.)








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    From the Las Vegas Strip.
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