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Old Jan 29, 2010, 8:11 PM   #11
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After getting myself all ready, comfortable with a good cup of tea and headphones on I looked at your threads on Norwegian women. All I can say Walter is...you are one sick puppy. Surely pole dancing isnt a national pastime.
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Old Jan 29, 2010, 9:15 PM   #12
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Very nice
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Old Feb 2, 2010, 10:03 AM   #13
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I completely forgot to thank you all for your kind comments

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my apologies and again: Thank you for taking the time to comment in my thread, and for your kind words of appreciation.

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Old Feb 2, 2010, 4:39 PM   #14
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...What I like the most about your pics (besides the motive itself ) is the calm, tranquil mood they convey most of the time.
That's because the nature in my part (the part where I live) of Norway is rather calm, tranquil and 'not-very-exciting', as opposed to the more picturesque Western part of Norway, where all the dramatic and deep fjords and mountains are.
Tranquility is also part of the season here during the cold and dark month's of winter. Nothing much goes on.

It's a whole different world alltogether when we go boating and fishing in the bright and light summer-month's, when the sun is shining almost 20 hours a day!

Besides, tranquility suites my personality fine.

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Old Feb 19, 2010, 7:13 AM   #15
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great 'as always' I'd almost say been away for a while now catching up with older posts!
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Beautiful. I'd like to see a panorama of #2 and #3 stiched together...
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Old Feb 19, 2010, 12:26 PM   #17
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great 'as always' I'd almost say been away for a while now catching up with older posts!

Thank's tsjiaotai - and welcome back to the 'bunch'!



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Beautiful. I'd like to see a panorama of #2 and #3 stiched together...
No problem - we do requests here!!!





One for those with less resolution on their monitors...





And that is the problem with big panoramas - in order to show some detail, one has to embed them 'big' - but not everyone has a monitor to see them 'big'.

Anyway, I hop you are satisfied now, Martin!
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Great scene. I thought it could use some fill light. What do you think ? I'm using Sagelight.

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...I thought it could use some fill light. What do you think ? I'm using Sagelight.
Thanks for trying another edit of this shot, amcam.

I'm not sure it does give it something new though. All it really does is to lighten the scene in an odd u-shape - the foreground came out rather light plus the left and right (along the docks) - while in the middle there is this strange, dark blotch....

Your scene:

Please do not confuse yourself in trying to make an ordinary daylight-scene out of a typical night-scene.


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I remember it beeing even darker than my edit shows. Remember, this was shot approximately 1 hour before the sun came up! So, in theory it was still night-time.
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Old Feb 20, 2010, 8:37 AM   #20
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You can tell your pictures are in Norway, because if it was here in Finland... you would have Finns in the water... swimming... smiling from ear to ear... Holy cats! Thanks Walter! Hope it warmer where you are... I refused to go outside yesterday, but must venture out this evening.

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