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Old Dec 26, 2017, 6:06 PM   #401
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Thank you Harj for the kind words.

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Old Dec 26, 2017, 7:08 PM   #402
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I had a very good year in 2017! Made more $$$ than the last 5 years combined. The Washington Forest Service ordered 100+ photo's and paid me for three of the assignments in links below. Here is the website of my fantastic summer making $$$ and having fun doing it!
http://www.1-4u-computer-graphics.co...In_NW_2017.htm

I also got a contract for the famed "Rainier Beer" company that has been around since 1872, plus several local tourist stores and Mt Rainier themselves:
http://www.1-4u-computer-graphics.co...inierOrder.htm

One each of the mountain ranges I went to:















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Let me add to this thread before the year ends in order to keep it going! These are a few from my visit to Glacier National Park in August 2017. Enjoyed 4 days of great hiking and photography.

Jehan

1. At the end of the trail at Avalanche Lake


2. Iceberg Lake


3. Hidden Lake


4. Fishercap Lake
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Thank you for the nice comment Jack, wow those locations are just beautiful..!! You are so lucky to have easy access to those places from where you live. The #4 shot is my favorite showing the sunset colors on the trees..!!

Jean, love the last shot, it shows the mood of the moment.

Beautiful posting, thank you for sharing and Happy New Year for both of you.

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Thank you for the nice comment Jack, wow those locations are just beautiful..!! You are so lucky to have easy access to those places from where you live. The #4 shot is my favorite showing the sunset colors on the trees..!!


Beautiful posting, thank you for sharing and Happy New Year for both of you.

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thanks for the kind words Marcelo. Happy new years day
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It is cold in NYC and I created a small studio set up in my basement to experiment with micro stacking photography.

This is my first attempt of this interesting technique:

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Wow! The colors and textures are stunning! I'd say that's a "pretty good" first attempt! It's beautiful.

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Wow! The colors and textures are stunning! I'd say that's a "pretty good" first attempt! It's beautiful.

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Thank you Mike for the feedback.

I am obsessed with this kind of photography and I really love the rich colors and textures I am creating.

Some I did today:

1. Tulip



2. Roses






3. Dalia (I think)

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Two in B&W:

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MarceloLI,

Beautiful, beautiful work!

Really captivating.

My favs are the B&W.

I love the detail, it really is a treat for the eyes!

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