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Sep 01, 2006 20:10 as a reply to post 1930785 |  #31

STRIKEING PHOTO a beauty.


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Sep 02, 2006 12:33 |  #32

Excellence!




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Sep 02, 2006 15:19 |  #33

amazing photo, well done!


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Sep 02, 2006 15:31 |  #34

Awsome, just be careful, the landscape is level for hundreds
of miles...sparks do fly somewhere....Beautiful shot...It's actually inviting to sit by the nice warm evening light......

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Sep 02, 2006 22:22 |  #35

Absolutely stunning--and truly inspiring!


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Sep 02, 2006 22:47 |  #36

absolutely awesome!! That had better be framed and hung on your wall!


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Sep 02, 2006 23:36 |  #37

Spectacular!


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Sep 02, 2006 23:56 |  #38

Ditto on all the above and yes i'd love to hear how you lit the foreground if you don't mind
AWESOME SHOT!!!




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Sep 03, 2006 19:38 as a reply to FREEZE's post |  #39

Fantastic shot, I usually expose for 30 sec. as well, but i use the remote. Your foreground fits the scene perfectly and the ducks are a bonus. Definatly a wall hanger. Congrats on a beauty of a shot.


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Sep 04, 2006 04:32 |  #40

First let me say one thing. Fantastic shot and I wish we would get that kinda of lighting around here. It's something that I would love to try and capture myself.

The only thing I would change is the crop. I think the fence line is great. It brings the viewer closer to the picture.

I think the photo would do well wide and printed very large.

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Sep 04, 2006 07:46 |  #41

The crop does not work for me at all, the ducks and the pond are an important part of the shot...makes it seem more real.


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