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Reigh ­ Higgins
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This Photo was taken at Cape Sable Island on the coast of Nova Scotia looking out to the Atlantic Ocean. Dark and dreary day.Canon G3 with editing in Photoshop Elements. Reigh

Post #1, Jan 05, 2005 15:49:27


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Could be anywhere in Britain! :D Nice effect you have got there - I could see this as a book cover for a ghost story.

Post #2, Jan 06, 2005 06:32:09


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