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Old May 19, 2008, 6:55 AM   #1
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Now that's a cracking shot, nice one

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now that's a beauty!
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Thank you for viewing and commenting. Much appreciated. Trying to get free from the, since long, ruling blurr(ing) tyrrany, using different apertures, and choosing motives from the small(er) world

Humans are not the only species on the planet. Have a couple of more pictures with other light and other green-yellow range

Greetings from the small world; with new terminal glasses

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Here are two lights shining, from the Sun and from the Sun translated by Salomon's Seal; in a small landscape. Sorry if it is too large, but it must be that way, I think

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WOW! the whole photo looks great but, just the top Portion looks fantastic, the way the light hits!

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Great shots Torgny, i especially really like the 1st one
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WOW! the whole photo looks great but, just the top Portion looks fantastic, the way the light hits!
Great cropping, Goldwinger. Like the expression, "light hits". Sometimes it can hit very hard, especially in the pine and fir forests

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Thank you, hercules. Much appreciated

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Really nice shots Torngy, got the light working for you.
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