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  1. #1241
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    Oh what the heck.....since no one is out playing, I'll just play with myself

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    One morning last week

    Sunrise pictures Ok here too right? Shot with the TZ1 on auto & vivid setting so I can't take much credit for it really
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    Same morning

    just different angle & bit more zoom.
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    Phill D, very nice. You can't let the vivid setting take all the credit...I mean a vivid setting alone can't take a picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWengler View Post
    Phill D, very nice. You can't let the vivid setting take all the credit...I mean a vivid setting alone can't take a picture.
    You've got to watch those vivid settings. Sometimes they'll crawl themselves right out of your camera bag at sunrise to grab a few shots. They're pretty snarky, really.

    "It's 6am...do you know where your vivid settings are?"

    Nice shots, everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookonthe8ball View Post
    We had a strange sundown tonight with heavy clouds just above it. Sorry for the power poles and such, it would be a better photo except for that.
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    Spook, I absolutely love this sunset shot you took. Far as I'm concerned, it's the power poles that help make it such a wonderful capture, as it leads the eye through the photo. Personally, I think it would have been kind of boring without the poles.
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    Geeez, Phill, what gorgeous captures!
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    Here are a couple I took a while back with my Canon IS S1




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    Quote Originally Posted by SharonD View Post
    Spook, I absolutely love this sunset shot you took. Far as I'm concerned, it's the power poles that help make it such a wonderful capture, as it leads the eye through the photo. Personally, I think it would have been kind of boring without the poles.
    I agree with this 100%. The poles add to the image.
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    standing on the top of a bridge looking out into clearwater. unedited except border and sig

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