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Old Apr 30, 2003, 4:17 PM   #1
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Default Sunset at Jekyll Island, GA

Sunset from the marina...



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Old Apr 30, 2003, 6:59 PM   #2
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Very nice composition. Maybe a tad too dark, but I like the photo.
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Old Apr 30, 2003, 8:51 PM   #3
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Very nice!

I think it would be nicer if u cut the bottom of the pic. Just the water, the boats, the sky and the sun.


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Old May 1, 2003, 2:16 AM   #4
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A fine shot. I agree with cropping of the bottom - its seems uninteressting in this shot, but it should have been done while shooting.
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A very nice and attractive foto, I concur with the cropping recommendations.
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After leaving the restaurant just to the right, I ran back to the car, grabbed the camera and ran through the thicket until I got as close as I could to the water. By this time the sun was even lower so I quickly got off a few before it was gone. the later shots were even darker with a loss of the blue sky color. I kept the foreground to anchor the shot to the ground; probably by playing with the zoom I could have kept the view above the grass. Plus, in the background, I could hear my wife calling "...where are you?"
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After leaving the restaurant just to the right, I ran back to the car, grabbed the camera and ran through the thicket until I got as close as I could to the water. By this time the sun was even lower so I quickly got off a few before it was gone. the later shots were even darker with a loss of the blue sky color. I kept the foreground to anchor the shot to the ground; probably by playing with the zoom I could have kept the view above the grass. Plus, in the background, I could hear my wife calling "...where are you?"
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Old May 1, 2003, 1:27 PM   #8
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After leaving the restaurant just to the right, I ran back to the car, grabbed the camera and ran through the thicket until I got as close as I could to the water. By this time the sun was even lower so I quickly got off a few before it was gone. the later shots were even darker with a loss of the blue sky color. I kept the foreground to anchor the shot to the ground; probably by playing with the zoom I could have kept the view above the grass. Plus, in the background, I could hear my wife calling "...where are you?"
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