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Old Aug 1, 2007, 5:25 PM   #1
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It's not often that camera craziness results in such an interesting photo. Serendipity? My favorite, though, is five with the dappled light on moss boulders.
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My favorite, though, is five with the dappled light on moss boulders.
Mine too, but the flowing water in the others is blurred just perfectly to give a relaxed feeling. Beautifully composed as well.

....and I've inspected the exif data, so I can attempt it myself one day. 1/2s, f/22 - nothing smaller than f/8 on my machine, sadly. Thanks for the beauty & the lessons, Torgny!
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Very nice photosTorgny, great use of slow shutter speed.
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Perfect shots Torgny, if you asked me which one is best i wouldn't be able to decide, all are great with nice shutter speeds, good work
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