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Old Mar 30, 2010, 2:28 AM   #11
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Beautiful set... I love the first one, which would work perfectly with the sun and cropped the way Walter wrote
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Old Mar 30, 2010, 3:51 AM   #12
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Bynx,

Opened the .CR2 raw file in Adobe Camera Raw and pressed the AUTO button. This is what happened. I want to show this

Thank you

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But then we've left the orange territory for the next stop

Thanks, Torgny! You really have some neat (cool) photos... you often spark off many ideas that try to file for a later day... like when the jokers at the tax off put down the fag and coffee mug and sort out my tax return ... so I can get my DSLR.

Thanks again, my friend.

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These canine sisters have the ability to ........ nature sceneries as well, something that makes them, not only ........ to pain and moral conciderations, but also being estethical subjects
I sure like your dog pictures... this is real nice one! Thanks.

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Old Mar 31, 2010, 2:03 PM   #14
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Thank you all,

for your appreciation. Normally that orange rolls for only a couple of minutes. That day it stayed for half an hour, as if it was hesitating, spreading it's light all over

Had this been the turn on - tune in - drop out era, someone would even have felt the scent of orange

Almost ready to be peeled it sank behind the horizon

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The orange red in one of the rifts(?), saturated a bit to match my remembrance
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Torgny, you are on a roll! Nice photo, man!!! Absolutely beautiful!!! Thanks for sharing this!!!
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Torgny, you are on a roll! Nice photo, man!!! Absolutely beautiful!!! Thanks for sharing this!!!
Ned,

Trying to learn to make landscape pictures with a medium tele lens. Get lucky now and then.

For you and your wife. Doesn't really do justice to the "Porokoira" but anyhow...

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Old Mar 31, 2010, 4:24 PM   #17
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Trying to learn to make landscape pictures with a medium tele lens. Get lucky now and then.

For you and your wife. Doesn't really do justice to the "Porokoira" but anyhow...

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Yeah, but if only that dog of yours was to the left, further down... you could frame another picture. Just love that dog of yours. Beautiful! Keep up all the good work... I know we are neighbours, but too bad central Finland is far away from Göteborg. I really enjoyed your city when I was visiting.

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