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Oct 01, 2008 23:36 |  #1

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Oct 02, 2008 04:24 |  #2

I dont see anything scott..

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Oct 02, 2008 04:26 |  #3

ok...now I can see something coming up...but its very slow..

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Oct 02, 2008 06:07 |  #4

HAHA, interesting shots. Your using that new horizontal column tripod aren't you? :lol:


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Oct 02, 2008 09:53 |  #5

Oops...I forgot to comment on the images...
the second really stands out...nice idea....

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Oct 02, 2008 10:02 |  #6

Interesting! I like 'em both.... nice perspective on the second one :p


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Oct 02, 2008 12:22 |  #7

both nice. the second one was a little confusing at first...




  
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Oct 02, 2008 13:37 as a reply to  @ Kronie's post |  #8

took me a bit to get the second one. very different. nice shot thought i like them both.

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Oct 02, 2008 17:32 |  #9

Looks like the divining rod found the water.


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Oct 02, 2008 18:57 |  #10

beautifully done. i wish i could figure hdr out.. i've read instructions, but it didnt' stick. i'll try it again someday. beautiful photo!!!


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Oct 02, 2008 19:08 |  #11

Nicely done.


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Oct 02, 2008 21:06 |  #12

Thanks a lot everyone :)


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Oct 03, 2008 12:06 |  #13

Cool... love the first one, great reflections.. the Upside down one freaks me out...lol awesome idea!


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Oct 03, 2008 18:11 as a reply to  @ zacker's post |  #14

Love that #1, the #2 is too much for my pee brain, makes me dizzy!


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Oct 04, 2008 15:42 |  #15

love the top one. it isn't over blown and plasti-processed --just a little hyperreal.


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