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  1. #1841
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    I actually like that last one a lot. It has more mood than usual.

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    Thanks!

    More from Saturday. Ignore the distortion in the tracks.
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  4. #1844
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    Lukas, I like the first cabbage shot better. I wish the dead plant was not in the row in front.

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    A view of the Na'Pali coast from a kayak. This was taken with an Olympus 1030SW as there was not a chance I was going to take my E-520 out (I am not as big a camera risk taker as Raven). It was a good thing too as we got flipped out in six foot waves and the Olympus was saved by the bright red float strap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    A view of the Na'Pali coast from a kayak. This was taken with an Olympus 1030SW as there was not a chance I was going to take my E-520 out (I am not as big a camera risk taker as Raven). It was a good thing too as we got flipped out in six foot waves and the Olympus was saved by the bright red float strap.
    That being said, taking a DSLR on the ocean in an open kayak is a big risk even by my standards! If I ever got another point and shoot camera, it would be one like that, waterproof to 10m. Looks like a fun time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    Lukas, I like the first cabbage shot better. I wish the dead plant was not in the row in front.

    Agree on both counts, the leading lines help. Nice use of filters .

  8. #1848
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    Thanks guys!

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    Nice use of filters .
    Filter use is pretty obvious in these ones. I only had 1 filter and no holder. Oh well.
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    Dry riverbed after unusually heavy rains (It's a dry state).
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    Just a wee little lake and some wee little birds
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