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Old Nov 12, 2006, 12:52 AM   #1
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Another from a little while back!
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Old Nov 12, 2006, 6:59 AM   #2
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great shot dawg!! i love the wispy clouds and the tree sillohette
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Old Nov 12, 2006, 10:09 AM   #3
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Thanks TRed. This is a shot of my middle daughter's front yard. It's amazing how the ordinary and mundane can come alive with a fresh look after dark!

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Very Nice! Keep it up!
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Please, please Dawg, don't ask me why I like this one. At first glance it looks like a painting by one of the great Masters. Rembrandt??? I don't know. I like photos that have a painterly mood.

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Old Nov 12, 2006, 7:24 PM   #6
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What happens here is with silhouette and shadow the imagination is left to make up a story or guess just what is what! When a photo is directly shot in plentiful light and the detail is very sharp...not much is left for the viewer to use their imagination on. No Drama -- No suspense. That's why I like these types of photos! Thanks to all for looking!


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I love it, you can see the clouds moving inthe sky, good job :-)
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Old Nov 12, 2006, 9:12 PM   #8
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Thanks Boily. But you have to really look to see how they are stretched out from movement! A bright photo in daylight won't show that!

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Very cool shot... I think the street light kinda throws the attention from the moon just a little, but then again, I kinda like it... Not sure if the streetlight is a PRO or CON, but I know the picture is definately a keeper! Great Shot dawg.
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I wanted the street light (actually my cousins security light at his house) as a counterpoint to the moonlight. A different kind of illumination to the moon. Another point of interest! Thanks for the comments Inn. Truthful comments are very welcome!

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