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Old Apr 6, 2011, 6:44 PM   #11
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The first two are breathtaking. All of them are good, but the subsequent images don't have the beauty of the first two.

Great work, Torgney.
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Old Apr 8, 2011, 6:53 AM   #12
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The first two are breathtaking. All of them are good, but the subsequent images don't have the beauty of the first two.

Great work, Torgney.

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The shot, BTW, is by my daughter, using my old Pentax *istDS, which she has appropriated for her photography class.

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Old Apr 19, 2011, 2:27 AM   #14
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Hi Torg,

I personally like #2 better than one as I like the crop. One is nice as was pointed out the layering of the smoke over the fog, Number three seems to be a little heavy in the grass up front (Id probably crop a little of it, up to the fence or cat tail row), Number four has some interesting lines the fog is taking and seemly confined to the areas in the valley where the telephone lines run. Almost like it is attracted to the electricity. In the final one #5, looks like a story book land where every one is friendly, knows your name and welcomes you in for breakfast. Great exposures, thanks for the walk about!! Frank
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