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  1. #1961
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    Phil, you caught the feeling of the English countryside. I was just North of your area in Yorkshire last November, but did not have a chance to do any shooting. Definately a framer.
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  2. #1962
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D View Post
    Didn't quite get out early enough to grab a sunrise like I wanted but here is an early morning shot of the misty canal near us. SOOC.
    Nice shot Phill, love the mist
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  3. #1963
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    Phil - lovely shot M8! I too am curios if you used a bit of fill flash.
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  4. #1964
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    One from Wilder Ranch SP
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  5. #1965
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    Thanks Guys glad you liked it I went out to get a misty sunrise shot but didn't get out quite early enough. It was the sun just peeping through cloud that lit up the foreground foliage and caught my eye. I didn't use any flash although I did try fill flash in another spot where there was a fence in the foreground with a spiders web on it but I just couldn't get the lighting balance to work.
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  6. #1966
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    Near the desert town of Amboy, California. There has been a "shoe tree" down the road for many years, however, this "underwear bush" is a fairly recent addition.
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    (formerly Pentax 50 1.4/50-200/55-300/K100D, Sigma 18-50 2.8/70-300 APO, Tamron 28-75, Viv 800, Tele-Tokina 800, Canon S3 IS, Samsung L210)
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  7. #1967
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    SpecialK - Funny special shot!

    Not good at this kind of photos, probably lack of practice, but I have one
    from this summer trip to Balcik - Bulgaria

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  8. #1968
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    Ok maybe it's not a true landscape but I used the advice from this thread to take it.
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  9. #1969
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    Partridge Creek bridge near Ash Fork, Arizona. The red train caboose is part of a residence. The road is part of old Route 66, which peters out into a dead end a mile or so up the way.
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  10. #1970
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    That's a crazy rock there DPR

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