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Old Apr 21, 2010, 3:38 AM   #11
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....the u as in the sound when you get a fist in solar plexus...
I did have a quiet laugh about your language-teaching methods, Torgny!

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Old Apr 21, 2010, 3:44 AM   #12
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that 3rd shot is spectacular... i'd be framing that one for my wall if i'd taken it!

Thanks a lot, squirl033. I'm quite pleased with that one, as well.




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these are gorgeous walter...
Thank you very much, for your comments, Dustin. I wish I had both a wideangle for my G1 (so I wouldn't have to do the panoramas all the time), and in this situation I was ,for the first time, missing a tele to get som more of the sun!








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...and it will make me extend my Florida vacation.
There is always an up-side to every down-side, shoturtle. Florida isn't the worst place to be stranded in....
Enjoy your extension!! And thank you for your kind words.


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Walter you sure do such a great job. All three are good shots but I really like # 3 it is stunning to the graces of the Lords World...
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Old Apr 21, 2010, 3:51 AM   #14
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...As disruptive as it has been, it is one of nature's wonders and you have preserved it for ever through your photography!

My thought exactly, Jehan - thats why I shot nearly 800 photos of the event..... - Thanks for the comments!




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These are so stunning Walter - nice to see some amazing shots of the ashes, here in Austria you couldn't see anything at all. Yesterday and today most of the airports opened again - maybe everything's getting normal in a few days? You never know...
As far as I know, the ashes have been carried all the way to Moscow (which is quite a long distance from Iceland), but it seems to have died down some lately. Or the wind has changed both strength and directions and the fall-out is perhaps closer to Iceland.

Thank you for commenting, Markus! I always appreciate your 'verdict'...
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...but I really like # 3 it is stunning to the graces of the Lords World...

Thank you, SSG!
- I feel privelidged (rather a difficult word to spell...!) to have witnessed this scene and was lucky to be on top of this vantage-point, high above sea-level to get this overall-look. It does give the picture more depth this way.

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Stunning!!! I always look forward to seeing your photos. You never disappoint!
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very nice walter the third being up there with the best youve posted and that does take some doing
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I will take the easy way out and say like all the others that #3 is my favorite. There you go a no brainer for your second best 5 shots in 6 months. Make a mental note of this so when picking you will be down to 4 to choose from.
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Stunning!!! I always look forward to seeing your photos. You never disappoint!
And it's always a pleasure to read your comments, too - Shutterbug74 - Thank you!



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very nice walter the third being up there with the best youve posted and that does take some doing
Appreciate your time and comments, Simon - Thank's mate!




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...Make a mental note of this so when picking you will be down to 4 to choose from.

Har-har!

This is a good one, AncientRitual!


(at my age - a 'mental note' is about as usefull as an icecube in hell...)

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Old Apr 22, 2010, 7:42 AM   #20
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#3 is my pick, hands down. The color and lighting remind me of a lingering forest fire that blocks the sun giving it that deep orange, yellow glow. I love your panos Walter.
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