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Nov 02, 2007 23:21 |  #1

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Nov 03, 2007 07:21 |  #2

great picture. im glad you didnt blur the water on this one either. i like the texture in the water.


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Nov 03, 2007 07:41 |  #3

Good shot however im drawn to your name in the water. It takes my eye.


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Nov 03, 2007 09:37 |  #4

Dan_S wrote in post #4243781 (external link)
Good shot

Thank you.

Dan_S wrote in post #4243781 (external link)
however im drawn to your name in the water. It takes my eye.

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Nov 03, 2007 09:38 |  #5

chestercopperpot wrote in post #4243720 (external link)
great picture. im glad you didnt blur the water on this one either. i like the texture in the water.

Thanks. It was a tough picture to take. I like both long exposures and shorter, action stopping shots. This one is kind of in between.



  
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Nov 03, 2007 11:01 |  #6

Great shot!


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Nov 03, 2007 13:44 |  #7

Anyone notice this little guy? He had a nice rainbow on while I took this.

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Nov 03, 2007 18:58 |  #8

Good shot indeed........Water in forground is great.


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Nov 03, 2007 20:47 |  #9

I normally like the long exposure silky water appearance but I do believe I like this image more as it is. Very well captured, and the B&W conversion is also a nice touch.


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Nov 04, 2007 11:50 |  #10

Pretorious wrote in post #4247157 (external link)
I normally like the long exposure silky water appearance but I do believe I like this image more as it is. Very well captured, and the B&W conversion is also a nice touch.

Thanks, there is a different angle with a longer exposure here: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=396769



  
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Nov 04, 2007 11:51 |  #11

IraRunyan wrote in post #4246609 (external link)
Good shot indeed........Water in forground is great.

Thanks for noticing that. I did a bit of dodge to bring that out.



  
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Nov 04, 2007 12:30 |  #12

Name in the pic kills it.

Oh and I think I like your other version better.

How about some Cornell pics? =)




  
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Nov 05, 2007 08:49 |  #13

Name in the pic kills it.

The stamp isn't there for paying customers ;)

Oh and I think I like your other version better.

Thanks. I had to wade across to get that picture.

How about some Cornell pics? =)

Didn't have time to visit Cornell, just hit These and Buttermilk. It'll take a lifetime to get to everything that is in that area.



  
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Nov 05, 2007 08:56 |  #14

I love Ithaca Falls, been to Buttermilk, Taughannock Falls is still my favorite. Love the restaurant and the trail to the falls. Been years since I've been there, though. My friend at Cornell, his family owned the land that Buttermilk falls is located and his mom still runs the B&B there. We spent many a Saturday afternoon playing volleyball there. Great picture and thanks for posting.


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Nov 05, 2007 09:16 |  #15

Taughannock Falls is at the top of the list for the next visit.



  
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