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Old Oct 29, 2012, 7:49 AM   #1
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Old Oct 29, 2012, 10:00 AM   #2
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Like the colour and view. I was there a couple of summers ago on a foggy and drizzly day and I can just about picture where you were standing when you took the shot. It brings back nice memories of an enjoyable trip.

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Like the colour and view. I was there a couple of summers ago on a foggy and drizzly day and I can just about picture where you were standing when you took the shot. It brings back nice memories of an enjoyable trip.

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Thanks, it was my first trip to New England and had a great time.

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Very nice shot of the lighthouse. New England coast has a lot of things like that which makes it nice to photograph.
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Jim,

You're about to develop(!) your own style in landscape photo, giving place for people; walking distance to the object (wrongfully labeled as "subject")

I like that

Portrait orientation works very well for action oriented landscapes, I think. You want to go there, walk there, climb there. Not only for the eyes, for your body (legs, feet) too. Keep safe, though :-) Don't use clogs

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Very nice shot of the lighthouse. New England coast has a lot of things like that which makes it nice to photograph.
Thanks WCHSer.

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Jim,

You're about to develop(!) your own style in landscape photo, giving place for people; walking distance to the object (wrongfully labeled as "subject")

I like that

Portrait orientation works very well for action oriented landscapes, I think. You want to go there, walk there, climb there. Not only for the eyes, for your body (legs, feet) too. Keep safe, though :-) Don't use clogs

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Thank you Torgny for the very interesting comment.

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tasty! i visited there 30 years ago or so, had a little Pentax ME Super, but never got "the shot" of the lighthouse there. would sure love to go back and shoot it again with the gear i have now!!
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tasty! i visited there 30 years ago or so, had a little Pentax ME Super, but never got "the shot" of the lighthouse there. would sure love to go back and shoot it again with the gear i have now!!
Thanks Rocky, it was our first trip into New England and we had a great time.
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Really like the perspective on this one JJ. Very nicely done.
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