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Old Sep 16, 2007, 2:27 PM   #1
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Took these the other morning. The sun was up a short time, but a fog had descended just above the water. Made for a few interesting shots...cheers..Don
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Old Sep 16, 2007, 2:28 PM   #3
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3 A couple of geese flying by..
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I think these three pics can be summed up in one word. Great, Even more Great, and Greatest of them all. The first shot has great lighting with the sun shining through on the horizon. The second looks like a few horsemen coming through a sandstorm. And for the third what perfect timing to capture the geese in silhouette like that. Perfect shot. Definately a keeper.
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Old Sep 16, 2007, 4:57 PM   #5
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These are great, I love #3! It's nice when Mother Nature gives us some special effects to work with!

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Took these the other morning. The sun was up a short time, but a fog had descended just above the water. Made for a few interesting shots...cheers..Don
Wonderful, stylish, simplistic (minimalistic?) photography. Great, Don!

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Thanks Bynx, Bob, Torgny. It was special to have Ma Nature dish up a scene that was quite different from the norm.....cheers...Don
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Wow. I love all three of them. It's a piddling thing, when the pictures are this great, but I think I'd crop out a little of the foreground in the first one.

The geese are just magnificent. Well done.




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Great shots!
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DAANG! Those are incredible Don. Are those the true colors? Come on your white balance was off right? Amazing, talk about your "On Golden Pond" class A pictures. That # 3 has me turning green with envy. WOW!

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