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Old Nov 5, 2012, 7:07 AM   #1
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Old Nov 5, 2012, 10:45 AM   #2
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Great bit of contre-jour Its nice to see these cameras doing such a good job with so much sun In the frame, just an Idea - If you want abit more light In the foreground you could try Increasing low light detail In PP.

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Lovely shot Jim, I like where you placed the horizon.
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Thanks Saly and Paganman for the comments and feedback.

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Dang Jim, that's a pretty nice body of water you have what is it called. Looks bigger and more sparkely than what I have here.
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Dang Jim, that's a pretty nice body of water you have what is it called. Looks bigger and more sparkely than what I have here.
This one was taken at Acadia National Park, Maine on my recent trip into New England.

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I was expecting something like ET's first view of California, but got to see something completely different, but well matching the caption. The glitter on the surface has been well captured. Like Saly says, you have composed the skyline at the right place. Very well done, Jim.
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JJ; beautiful photo! You can almost see the water "dancing"!
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Thanks Raghu and Carol.

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