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Old 12th of April 2006 (Wed)   #1
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Default Joshua Trees

Took these on the way home from Vegas, enjoy
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Number 2 is my favorite, but I would crop off that tree on the very right side.
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Number 2 is my favorite, but I would crop off that tree on the very right side.
I didn't even see that, thanks for the suggestion , how does it look now
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I didn't even see that, thanks for the suggestion , how does it look now
Much better! Less competition for the main subject!
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Nice shots, a killer sky always helps.
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Nice shots, a killer sky always helps.
Thanks again, we were stuck in traffic on the 15, so we pulled over and hiked into the desert to take these
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I like #2 also...nice sky....
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I like #2
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Lovely shots,2nd one is a winner.
Did you use just CP filter?
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Very nice. Joshua Tree NP is amazing. I am heading to Death Valley this evening.
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Lovely shots,2nd one is a winner.
Did you use just CP filter?
Circular Polarizer on a 24-105L and the Landscape Picture Style on the 1DMIIN
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Circular Polarizer on a 24-105L and the Landscape Picture Style on the 1DMIIN

The N eh?
We share the same camera,a huge improvement from my X 20D.
I take it you are happy with it as much as i am?
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these are great, i love the compostion of #2.
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love the shot & compositions! great sky in the captures!
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The N eh?
We share the same camera,a huge improvement from my X 20D.
I take it you are happy with it as much as i am?
Oh yeah, its a wonderful camera. Took some adjustment period, but its so worth it. Love the feel of it. I use mine for just about everything, landscapes, portraits, even a wedding. Its very versatile, I love it
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