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Old Nov 11, 2005, 7:42 AM   #1
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Yet another attempt of making the most of overcast conditions.
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Old Nov 11, 2005, 12:54 PM   #2
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john..

love the use of the flowers as foreground.. just seems like you ran out of dof maybe.. the overcast didnt help your sky and sea interest, but hey, can't control the weather right?

i keep looking at that interesting line that was made between the beach and the flowers.. if you get a chance to get back there.. why don't you explore that line a little

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Hey Dustin, thanks for commenting and offering some good advice, as far as the line where the ocean meets the land, there isnot to much I can do, as there is a building on the right and a power station on the left, just outside the frame.The bestI can do is find a new field of flowers.I was joking in my post to you earlier about ignoring my posts btw.
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i knew you were joking man.. i was just playing along..

but yea, buildings and powerlines would get in the way of that nice line.. nothing you can do about that..
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Dustin, coming from the programming world and now an analyst and seeing the amount of posts you make I've come to the conclusion that the stat - an average programmer codes 7 lines of code a day, is absolutely true. Keep up the good work posting!
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