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Jan 15, 2019 21:22 |  #661

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Richard, you're absolutely right but I'm looking at things from a perspective of an American, even though I'm not one myself; I'm a real Pollack. I imagine that the person who posted the image lives in the US and when he/she wrote the name of the place, the automatic spelling check or auto-fill kicked in. I have the same issue when I talk on my Android phone with my British or Aussie friends because my spelling is set to American English and sometimes they freak out :)

Well, my post to Pippan was really a light-hearted joke..I'm a bit of a jerk and I hope that most people who know me in this forum realize (realise...forced correction) that I'm not trying to be aggressive in any way; quite to the contrary. Most of my posts are carefully worded but at the same time I just want to have fun. Admittedly, I have a slightly wicked sense of humor (humour) and I'm the last one to offend anyone :)
I hope you get the gist, Richard.
P.S. English is my 7th language and heck, it ain't perfect...and I learned (learnt) it in OZ :)

Yes I was just having some fun too Renata. And having grown up in Sydney it did look funny to see it spelt the American way. I'll pass on the plonk for a few hours though, it's a bit early for me!


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Jan 15, 2019 21:29 |  #662

Pippan wrote in post #18792494 (external link)
Yes I was just having some fun too Renata. And having grown up in Sydney it did look funny to see it spelt the American way. I'll pass on the plonk for a few hours though, it's a bit early for me!

Oh, I;m so glad you had some fun! I got worried and concerned...and yes, i'm still in the British/Aussie spelling mode but since I'm stuck in the US and my devices are set to the US spelling, it still rubs my brain the wrong way :)
Oh, I know the time difference is not particularly favo(u)rable for any plonk...milk or similar may be just as calming for the moment  :p


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Jan 16, 2019 04:05 |  #663

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Jan 16, 2019 08:08 as a reply to  @ post 18792432 |  #664

Thank you for your correction. i missed spelled it when i posted it. Correction made. ;)




  
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Jan 16, 2019 13:55 |  #667

msu_1972 wrote in post #18792664 (external link)
Thank you for your correction. i missed spelled it when i posted it. Correction made. ;)

I was just kidding. :)


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Jan 16, 2019 17:04 |  #668

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Jan 18, 2019 09:09 |  #669

Got a really fun surprise.

I'm shooting some waves at the beach just after sunrise with the new sunlight at the back of the waves......pretty colors, frozen spray in the air kind of thing. Well, going through the pix I see I caught two what appear to be Garfish that had been picked up by the wave.

I've seen this kind of thing before, but it's a first for me.

Fun stuff.

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Jan 18, 2019 09:30 |  #670

I hope the first one counts as waterscape.


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Jan 18, 2019 14:11 |  #671

itsallart wrote in post #18793995 (external link)
I hope the first one counts as waterscape.

Both are really nice.
I love that bottom on.
The colours just drift into each other, meeting at the distant waters edge and melding on into infinity.
Very nice indeed.

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Got a really fun surprise.

A lively scene in many ways.
The light dancing across the crest is quite stunning IMO.
Very nice.



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Jan 19, 2019 08:55 as a reply to  @ saea501's post |  #672

I wonder how catch such image. Nicely catching images.




  
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Jan 19, 2019 09:00 |  #673

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Both are really nice.
I love that bottom on.
The colours just drift into each other, meeting at the distant waters edge and melding on into infinity.
Very nice indeed.

Thank you, Richard.


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Jan 19, 2019 11:24 |  #674

These were images taken at Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick, Canada

The incredible clouds that rolled in for the first image only lasted about 15 mins.


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The 2nd image was a beautiful, nature made frame.


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Jan 19, 2019 13:01 |  #675

junglialoh wrote in post #18794549 (external link)
I wonder how catch such image. Nicely catching images.

Thank you.


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