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Old May 11, 2009, 3:14 PM   #1
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It was lovely to watch the cloud pouring rain on the other side of the bay in the late afternoon from the balcony of my flat...







...Then I found myself by the seaside just a few minutes' drive from home! Hey, this time, I had a hard time trying to keep the camera stable and secure on the tripod by pressing hard from above while shooting !!




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Very good arkadas or may i say excellent especially the 2nd shot WOW that drive sure paid off, 2 very good shots but that 2nd as we say is Ολα Τα Λεφτα
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Very nice work on the first, the second is just stunning, one of your best works!

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Very good arkadas or may i say excellent especially the 2nd shot WOW that drive sure paid off, 2 very good shots but that 2nd as we say is Ολα Τα Λεφτα
Efheristo arkadaş : ) You could almost see the place where I shot the second one from after a short drive, a bit to the right handside of the first one where the picture ends! Btw, summer arrived here all of a sudden at the weekend!

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Very nice work on the first, the second is just stunning, one of your best works!

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Thank you so much for the encouragement my friend : )
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Efheristo arkadaş : ) You could almost see the place where I shot the second one from after a short drive, a bit to the right handside of the first one where the picture ends! Btw, summer arrived here all of a sudden at the weekend!
I figured it was around there somewhere, but sure was a drastic change in clouds, yes summer is here arkadas
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All I can say is AWESOME! They are both so cool, love both of them. The second one sure is ominous looking!
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I figured it was around there somewhere, but sure was a drastic change in clouds, yes summer is here arkadas
...which also determines the preference of drink I suppose

Btw, your observation skill is highly appreciated ; )
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All I can say is AWESOME! They are both so cool, love both of them. The second one sure is ominous looking!
Oh, quite pleased to receive your encouraging words, Harriet.
As for the second picture; omnious and somewhat omniscient perhaps...since roaming alone, I almost felt like I was about to come across the 'three witches' fom Macbeth there.
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Wonderful images, and 'telling a story', too!

Are these single images or HDR combos? If the first, brilliant exposure control; if the second, we'll all have to do it if we want images like this.
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