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  1. #291
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    Aspen reflections

    Fall reflection of aspens.
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  2. #292
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    Very nice colors and reflection. It looks like watercolor paiting...
    Gabriel
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  3. #293
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    Below is my favorite reflection shot I've taken.



    Enjoy,

    Mike

  4. #294
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    Yarra River, Richmond, Victoria



    Puddle on the road


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    Wow K1w1, lovelly
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  6. #296
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    That second one there is fantastic, K1w1.
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    I don't think they are up to the snuff of Kiwi's second one, but here's a few.

    The first two are with and without graduated neutral density filter.

    All completely untouched in PP, I suddenly became very lazy in that respect.
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    That last is very clever Raven.
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  9. #299
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    The Long Paddock, near Hay in central west NSW.


  10. #300
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    K1W1
    As a complete novice photographer and new to this forum, I just have to say these pics are Top Drawer matey absolutley brilliant.
    I especially like the Yarra river Richmond. Also looking at these pics I see I have a lot to learn.

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