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Sep 09, 2012 04:19 |  #1

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A slow shutter speed, a tripod & a lovely view :)

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Sep 09, 2012 04:21 |  #2

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Not quite certain about this 1, can't help thinking its lopsided :confused:

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Sep 09, 2012 09:26 |  #3

beautiful, 2 doesn;t appear titled here




  
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^ lolwhat? They're both quite tilted.




  
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Sep 10, 2012 04:12 |  #5

lovely shots, but I think I would try and straighten the horizon....


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Sep 10, 2012 04:17 |  #6

I don't know if the issue was that I took the shot at 18mm and that appears to have curved the edges up.


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