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Jun 11, 2008 20:28 |  #1

Just a couple from our recent trip to Hawaii. !st time using a new lens. Canon 17-40 F4 L

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Jun 29, 2008 00:50 |  #2

I like the first photo, but am not sure of the weird work done on the flag. What's up with the weird mid-blur?


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Jun 29, 2008 00:56 |  #3

Cool shots! I really wish I could have gotten over there when I was in Hawai'i.

Mid-blur is probably caused by it waving in the wind... just looks weird.


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Jun 29, 2008 02:32 as a reply to  @ jbdavies's post |  #4

Just curious, what body were you using? I didn't know they allowed "big" camera setups anymore at the Arizona. If so, I'm there tomorrow with my 30D!


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