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A few of my wife from our trip to Mexico...

 
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Feb 26, 2008 08:31 |  #16

I am off to do our taxes this morning...If we don't have to pay in we are soooo booking a trip!

EEEEEEEE~! Your pictures make me excited! thanks for sharing!


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Feb 26, 2008 08:45 |  #17

These are some nice shots.. the 1st one is my fav but all are nice. You really showed how much fun you were having.. Makes me really want to go on a vacation.. Thanks for sharing. :)


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Oct 24, 2008 08:09 |  #18

Like them all. but favorite is # 1...so relaxing.


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Oct 24, 2008 08:14 |  #19

great pictures... where did you stay? My wife and I have never been to mexico and we were planning on going next year. Looking for a nice beach resort with all inclusive privileges.


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Oct 24, 2008 08:46 |  #20

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great pictures... where did you stay? My wife and I have never been to mexico and we were planning on going next year. Looking for a nice beach resort with all inclusive privileges.

We stayed at Vallarta Palace in Nuevo Vallarta, mainly because they were offering free weddings for the week and my best friend and his fiance wanted to be married there...... All inclusive and it was awesome!!! Anything and everything you need!
They also had bikes they loaned out and we took about a 4 mile bike ride and it was really fun. We went for an early morning walk around the resort and It was amazing to see one of the maintenance guys scrubbing little decorative stones in the sidewalk with a toothbrush.

The water was a little chilly in February though.......

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Oct 26, 2008 16:59 |  #21

That sunset pic is great. Any secrets?



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Oct 26, 2008 19:22 |  #22

TexKen wrote in post #6565074 (external link)
That sunset pic is great. Any secrets?

Gotta be in Mexico!! :D

I don't know.... We we're having our dinner after the wedding and ran out from our table to the beach and snapped off a few. I guess I got lucky cause there wasn't a lot of light out there....


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Oct 27, 2008 09:45 |  #23

Nice - just an on cameria fill flash?



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Oct 27, 2008 10:41 |  #24

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Nice - just an on cameria fill flash?

Oh sorry... Yes, I used on camera fill. I don't remember any settings....:cry:


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Oct 27, 2008 20:36 |  #25

Really like the first shot... given that you used available light, it is excellent. The second and third shots are definitely good trip memories, but the shadows in three across your wife's lovely face do hurt the image. I've been to Mexico a couple of times. The people are great and the weather (avoiding hurricane season) is always great too. Try the Mayan Riviera or Cancun next time. If you like clubbing, definitely try Cancun.
Thanks for sharing.


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Oct 27, 2008 20:40 |  #26

Just saw the last set of shots--including the wedding shots and the sunset. Several of these are very nice as well. The sunset shot is beautiful, and the b&w shot with the girl and your wife (?) is stunning. Wonderful capture with exquisite back lighting. All the best!


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Oct 27, 2008 20:47 |  #27

Michael Bottoms wrote in post #6573275 (external link)
Just saw the last set of shots--including the wedding shots and the sunset. Several of these are very nice as well. The sunset shot is beautiful, and the b&w shot with the girl and your wife (?) is stunning. Wonderful capture with exquisite back lighting. All the best!

Thanks....That's my friends new wife and her little girl from a previous "Thing":D


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