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Old Feb 16, 2010, 12:49 PM   #11
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The rule of thirds composition on #1 really proves its worth!
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Thank you for viewing and commenting. Didn't think of the magic rules but now that you mention it

It's a wonder

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Old Feb 16, 2010, 12:59 PM   #12
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T. they are all very nice. #4 has a lovely mood to it. #1 and #2 give the feeling of "openness" with som fantastic colours.

The only picture I felt was a decline was #5 imo.

All in all a very nice series.

Alasdair,

Thank you very much for viewing and the comments. I've got a picture for you of the wreck at Kippholmen. It was possible to walk on frozen water.

Not so good highlights but very close to reality. The sky was really white at some spots

Anyhow, thanks. Heja Norge

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Old Feb 16, 2010, 2:06 PM   #13
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Splendid views!

# 1 and # 4 does it for me, Torgny. Very nice wideangle-look and some quite dramatic perspectives. But now that you have made me couriouse about which lens you are talking about. I know that these are Canon-photos, but which lens did you use here?

The 11-22mm or 15-85mm perhaps...?

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Walter,

Thank you. It's the affordable L-series 17-40 mm (this time on a ff house). Actually my only really sharp lens. Rarely lets me down.

It's just that I like details more than overviews so it's not that much in use. Hope you like your "pancake" lense

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This is the picture I like the most myself from that afternoon, despite the "blown highlight look" and other shortcomings. In "reality" it was even more pure white at 15.05
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Old Feb 16, 2010, 8:00 PM   #15
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I like all of them but I like the third one best because I can clearly see how the wind etched patterns on the the snow's surface. Very nice pics!
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