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POTN G-series Speed Challenge #418 - Breaking Dawn

 
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Feb 11, 2013 16:34 |  #16

Congrats to all.
Marie, your shot was very moving. Carlo, yours was disorienting. :)


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Feb 11, 2013 17:04 as a reply to  @ chisel's post |  #17

Congrats, Gewb, one couldn't wish for a more "dawny" shot than that. And thanks, Cory, for the #2 spot - perfect.:cool:




  
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Feb 11, 2013 17:14 |  #18

teekay wrote in post #15599402 (external link)
Congrats, Gewb, one couldn't wish for a more "dawny" shot than that. And thanks, Cory, for the #2 spot - perfect.:cool:

Thanks, teekay!

EDIT THE REST OF MY POST - deleted as teekay did a good job explaining in another topic.

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Feb 11, 2013 17:57 |  #19

gewb wrote in post #15599441 (external link)
Thanks, teekay!

BTW, take a look at the Challenge Rules thread on the sub forum home page - I'm suggesting a very minor change to the image size requirements.

Good catch. The sticky rules post states "Last edited by Don Ellis : 3rd of November 2006 (Fri) at 23:53. Reason: Old News"

That's a bit over 6 years ago, it was a time when I had a 128k internet connection that cost me $135/month.


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Feb 11, 2013 18:05 |  #20

chisel wrote in post #15599598 (external link)
Good catch. The sticky rules post states "Last edited by Don Ellis : 3rd of November 2006 (Fri) at 23:53. Reason: Old News"

That's a bit over 6 years ago, it was a time when I had a 128k internet connection that cost me $135/month.

Start with post #133 and go from there.

EDIT - teekay explained the rule in a separate topic - PLEASE IGNORE THIS PART OF MY POST.

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Feb 11, 2013 18:51 |  #21

Too busy to play for a couple of weeks but this challenge yielded so many wonderful pictures - I am happy I did not have to judge it!
Congratulations to the winners and to all participants.


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Feb 11, 2013 19:10 |  #22

gewb wrote in post #15599619 (external link)
Start with post #133 and go from there.

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ah, yes.

The 800-1024 flexibility seems very comfortable to me.


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Feb 12, 2013 04:53 as a reply to  @ chisel's post |  #23

:)
Congratulations to the winner Gewb
and to Teekay - and Carlo
beautiful and various shots and from everyone
many thanks to Cory for hosting and judging
thanks Chisel, ... I had a few shots but had used the dslr when taking them and did not realise it until almost posting.
had to retrack {:eyes}

am wondering.. was your rising sun really green ? lol

guess it was a real challenge this week with the variations of beautiful minds
.... but it is especially lovely to see all the old members back ('old' only as in 'long time no see around the challenge') 'special welcome back to you all , and welcome to newcomers.
loved that gorgeous picture of Kevins too, its a beaut. hope the storm shortly after did'nt play too much havoc. all flights from here to there were cancelled for days


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Feb 12, 2013 09:13 |  #24

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am wondering.. was your rising sun really green ? lol

That early on winter mornings we get some unusual sun effects. Pink and purple are more common. The unretouched photo did have that green color, I hardly did any post processing.

This one was from 20 minutes earlier.


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Feb 12, 2013 11:33 as a reply to  @ chisel's post |  #25

Congrats to all on some beautiful entries! We had an entire week of fog, haze, rain, drizzle, just generally disagreeable weather, and I couldn't even use that in a creative manner this week! After all that, quite a nice sunrise this AM. Figures!


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Feb 12, 2013 11:54 as a reply to  @ chisel's post |  #26

Congrats to all. Thanks Cory for hosting this week, and for the nod in placing. Nice simple challenge that drew out lots of wonderful shots and scenes.
I'd have a hard time picking a favorite in the bunch. But just for its uniqueness, I liked JT354's "Early Morning Ice Crystals".

Local weather here brought somewhat hazy skies and I was too lazy to search out an early moning scene down the road. The old shot I entered was quite unusual for this area -- we do not often get such dramatic cloud formations.

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Feb 13, 2013 04:57 |  #27

Hi all, great challenge - congratulations Gewb, Teekay & Carlo- loved looking at the photos - all good! Unfortunately I have been busy this week and missed the deadline, again! I also liked JT354's "Early Morning Ice Crystals" & Kevan's snowy entry ...


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Feb 13, 2013 09:12 |  #28

Nice entries all! And a hearty congrats to our winners.


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Feb 14, 2013 03:51 |  #29

chisel wrote in post #15601597 (external link)
[/INDENT][/INDENT]That early on winter mornings we get some unusual sun effects. Pink and purple are more common. The unretouched photo did have that green color, I hardly did any post processing.

This one was from 20 minutes earlier.

very nice . I thought the green may have been an orange filter or something which may have caused the very bright morning sun to change colours slightly in the lens
thanks Chisel

Michael Wells wrote in post #15602071 (external link)
Congrats to all on some beautiful entries! We had an entire week of fog, haze, rain, drizzle, just generally disagreeable weather

same here Michael, the skies were very dark all week not a peep of a morning sun , it was hiding

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