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  1. #1731
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    Another foggy day at the beach...
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    Lukas

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  2. #1732
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    Those are great, Lukas. They remind me of the old "Deep Thoughts with Jack Handey" bits on Saturday Night Live.
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  3. #1733
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    #1 is very good. I like the muted color scheme and the way the angles lead into the composition.
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  4. #1734
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    Thanks. I wasn't expecting much with all the fog. I didn't even take my tripod with me (silly).
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  5. #1735
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    meh. I don't own a tripod. (and I usually, but not always, don't miss it).

  6. #1736
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    Holiday Eddie with that beach shot? Nice location.

    Like the fog Lukas.
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  7. #1737
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    Quote Originally Posted by raven15 View Post
    meh. I don't own a tripod. (and I usually, but not always, don't miss it).
    I find a tripod invaluable when wanting to capture movement of water, reeds, grass, trees, or anything.
    Frozen subjects that do not reflect movement are boring; without a tripod it's impossible.
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  9. #1739
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    Great leading lines Merkor.

    CHALK UP another great photo of Dover?
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  10. #1740
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Great leading lines Merkor.

    CHALK UP another great photo of Dover?








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