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Taken at about 4:30 am.

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Post #1, Sep 11, 2008 01:38:05


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Great composure, I love the heavily-contrasting colors. Is this an HDR?

The only trouble I see is some noise, but it may just be jpg artifacts.

Post #2, Sep 11, 2008 01:41:56


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very nice...I like it..

Avi

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Is it just me, or are there halos around every single tree? Maybe my vision is going, but it appears that way.

John

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jrader wrote in post #6289763external link
Is it just me, or are there halos around every single tree? Maybe my vision is going, but it appears that way.

John

No, there are halos... or maybe both of our vision is going? :eek:

I like it.

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