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Old Jun 13, 2008, 5:11 PM   #1
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This is a small little lake ( 100 or so acres ) nearby, nested in the trees. It is spring fed with no real inlets, but very deep too. A nice place to swim when the weather warms the water in late summer. No power boats allowed, so you can hear the children laughing as they splash and play about.....clear across the lake






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Old Jun 15, 2008, 12:01 PM   #2
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So, Eddie.
what are you trying to do make us feel bad!:lol::lol::lol:
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Old Jun 17, 2008, 4:22 AM   #3
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Yea, there's even more to it

The title should be a resounding 'isn't that peaceful...?' , imo:-)

I quite liked the use of foreground in #1, and the space (and anything to go in it) between thequay and the opposite frame in #3 ( unlike #1 in whichthequay crashes in to the frame) - Ah, I know some things are easier to tell than to apply :-)- Btw, I hope you don't mind me asking if you may have applieda bit much noise removal in #2 and #1, or something like that, for the fine details looksomewhat smeared off in them:?


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Old Jun 17, 2008, 7:01 AM   #4
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Good shots, i like #3 the best
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Old Jun 17, 2008, 6:55 PM   #5
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bahadir wrote:
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Yea, there's even more to it

The title should be a resounding 'isn't that peaceful...?' , imo:-)

I quite liked the use of foreground in #1, and the space (and anything to go in it) between thequay and the opposite frame in #3 ( unlike #1 in whichthequay crashes in to the frame) - Ah, I know some things are easier to tell than to apply :-)- Btw, I hope you don't mind me asking if you may have applieda bit much noise removal in #2 and #1, or something like that, for the fine details looksomewhat smeared off in them:?
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Wow....good eye. I was fooling around with that program and I see it does look a lot different than what I saw at the time on my monitor :O

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