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Old Aug 25, 2013, 1:06 PM   #1
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Where are you that fall has already started? You've got some nice ones there.

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Northeast Ohio! Mostly green still but a handful of leaves on some trees have prematurely turned and fallen. Not enough to feel like fall is upon us, but it's closer than we'd like to think!
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Very nice! The mushrooms are my favorites.
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Northeast Ohio! Mostly green still but a handful of leaves on some trees have prematurely turned and fallen. Not enough to feel like fall is upon us, but it's closer than we'd like to think!
Yes, fall is closer than I want to think, too. That means snow is right behind. So not looking forward to that.

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Very sharp pictures. You're making great use of the zoom. It's a tribute to your skills.
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Some wonderfully bright & clear images - looks like a lovely location, and a fine lens in some capable hands! My favorite is #5 - some great light on and through those maple leaves, and rich blue sky beyond...
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Some wonderfully bright & clear images - looks like a lovely location, and a fine lens in some capable hands! My favorite is #5 - some great light on and through those maple leaves, and rich blue sky beyond...
Thanks everyone. I'm very much a novice. I think the lens is making me look good.
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Thanks everyone. I'm very much a novice. I think the lens is making me look good.
Don't be so modest The lens may help but you show a great eye for composition. Some fantastic shots here that I would never see.

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Don't be so modest The lens may help but you show a great eye for composition. Some fantastic shots here that I would never see.

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Trust that my modesty is legitimate. I've only been taking my photography as a "serious" hobby for a few months. This is my first serious camera, though I had a Panny super zoom prior that I used on vacations but mostly as "memory" photos and not photos for art. And on top of that, I never went on excursions for the purpose of taking photos. So I'm very much new. The fact that people are enjoying my photos in any way is very much a surprise to me.
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