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Old Dec 28, 2008, 8:46 PM   #11
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Yes, but now I'd like a bit more off the left, making it nearly square, so that the blown part of the water at top left is a little less prominent, and distracts less from the perfect rock texture...
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Old Dec 29, 2008, 1:13 PM   #12
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You guys are not giving in, but are really determent to get the best composition out of these two shots! Again, thank you for your time and effort. Its greatly appreciated.

Alan's last version isreally morepleasing to the eye - thank youfor finding yet another approach. And I think it works quiet well now.

Alan, I didn't do muchto catch"the perfect rock texture" as you call it. It's the morning sun low on the horizon that did most of the work (I was lucky) and my new and amazing Panasonic FZ28 did the rest!

But I sure have been inspired by my new camera to go out there and shoot every day, weather permitting.

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