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Old Jun 2, 2010, 11:19 AM   #1
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Hiya! Here are a few photos from my walk along the river... there is one photo that you see a lot of white specs in the water... they were coming from the air, not sure what they are, so sorry the water looks a little odd.
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Old Jun 2, 2010, 2:53 PM   #2
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Great pics Ned.
Really like the nature you´ve got there.

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Hi Daniel! Thanks! Still learning my way around with this camera, I definitely like using it in manual settings for sure. Still, I need to get a prime lens, or something that will really out-do this kit lens in terms of IQ. Please feel free to lend any advice or cc you might have. Really would appreciate it. Hope all is well with you and yours. Ned
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Hi Ned!
Everything is fine over here. Hope you and yours are okey as well.

I like all of your pics I´ve seen. But a good prime lens is nice to have. I´ve got a 35mm f1,8 recently and I absolutely love it. My wife got the same lens as well.

Keep up the good work, and please check out my new thread where I´m trying out some landscape photo.

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Thanks! I look forward to seeing your photos. So, your wife enjoys photography, too? Sounds great. All the best, mate. Ned
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Thanks! I look forward to seeing your photos. So, your wife enjoys photography, too? Sounds great. All the best, mate. Ned
Hello Ned!
Yes, my wife also loves photo. It´s great to have that in common.

My photos is "Swedish Nature" under the "Landscape" part of the forum.

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Ned,

Great photos. The trees leaning over the water and the reflections. Beautiful. Precise pictures, carefully handled. Thanks

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This is my favourite by the way; a wall hanger. First your eyes meet the overall composition with its shades of green, then the little jetty(?); the the house, then back to the jetty and to the whole scenery
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Thanks, Torgny! Glad you liked it. And thank you for your kind critique. Glad to hear what I can do better, or what went right (to keep in mind).

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Very nice pics. I like the house with its reflection.

Your and Daniel's pictures with the lush green foliage could have been taken here in the Catskills in New York State. They look very identical.
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Hi, vvcarpio! Hey, thanks so much for looking. And, I appreciate your kind words. Yes, Sweden and Finland have a lot woods and lakes and places that look very similiar to places in America. I was in the state of Maine, boy if that didn't look like a lot like Finland. Take care and thanks again. Ned
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