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Old Mar 31, 2005, 12:16 PM   #1
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Thought you might enjoy these, Bob [and anybody else]

style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #000000"I like the little black bird inthe top right bush, it seems to add just a touch




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Old Mar 31, 2005, 12:19 PM   #2
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Taken at a place called "Sunset Dam" [I wonder why??]


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A Burning Bush ?? Nope, just the sun setting behind a very strange sky


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Old Mar 31, 2005, 2:57 PM   #4
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Hi Jake!!
Awesome!! I am really taken by the clouds in the first and third photos, I don't think I have ever seen them look that way here in Indiana. The reflection of the sun in that second photo is pretty cool also! I'm going to have to get busy and get some more Indiana sunsets posted!

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All very beautiful Jake, are those Hippos in the 2nd pic? You are lucky to be around such great landscapes and wildlife. Only thing I might change about these is that small little green spot in the top center of the first pic(lens flare?). Great all around, keep 'em coming!
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Hi Jake;

Wow! Great shots. Super work.

Tom, on Point Pelee, Canada
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Crimminies. What a lot of sky drama. The clouds in no 1, colors and reflections in no. 2 are supurb, and I really love the burning bush.

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Wow Jake,

They are dramatic scenes of sunsets. The sky and cloudsare awesome.

I am curious if the clouds were kept original or you gave them some mods. :?

Rgds,

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I am curious if the clouds were kept original or you gave them some mods.

No mods at all Quan, these are straight out of the African sky as is. [Gocubs, sorry about the lens flare, I should have seen and removed, and yes, those are hippos]

Thanks for the comments all, I think it was theKman who said nature doesthe job, we just have to be there at the right moment to capture it, and I suppose that is where it's at.



Regards {bring them Indiana sunscapes, Bob, looking forward to them}




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