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Old Jun 5, 2005, 8:19 AM   #1
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Old Jun 5, 2005, 8:54 AM   #2
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Nice job, Bob. I love the mood. I'm also intrigued with your avatar series. You should post the whole bunch on your site. Good job on that too... (I'm jsut full of compliments today:-))

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One of your best yet Bob. I love the mist and foggy look of it! Scenes like this are hard to get, as you have to be at the right place at the right time. Your settings were bang on. Did you get a new camera yet, or are you still using an Olympus(??)I think? Cheers.......thekman.
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Superb, Bob - It's difficult to define one's BEST shot, each has a different look or feel, and this one certainly depicts a mood which puts it there with the best. I like the clearly defined sun, something not always easy or possible to get.

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Thanks Kman and Jake! Kman, this was taken with the olympus, I will be down for a bit, my camera bit the dust and I had to send it back in to Olympus for some work, it is still under warranty so I am keeping my fingers crossed it will get fixed at no charge.

Sorry to hear your camera is acting up Bob. You'll probably feel a little empty without it. You sure make it work for you. Hopefully you'll be back in action soon...Cheers..thekman.
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Bob,

I think this one is something special. I'm not a big fan of sunsets in general, although you do them very well.

But this particular one really does stand out for me. Nice work!

I hope you haven't fried your sensor with all the sunsets you take. :-?

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