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Old Mar 13, 2007, 7:46 PM   #1
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I didn´t notice it myself. The smaller one has two (e)squires. Fair enough. Sorry if I am overexplicit...

(There is a lot of data in the foreground but i don´t know what to do with it. Have to learn HDR technique...)

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Considering the cranes in a tight crop the subjects become almost whimsical, as if two parent cranes were discussing how to handle the situation with the two children. Very nice overall, too.
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Thanks. Here is your family scene. Seems the mother is protecting the children (cropped + USM defog + Noise Ninja)
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Before the familyscene that rumbled through the harbour it was all quiet and calm
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