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Old Mar 8, 2010, 5:48 PM   #1
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Another damned sunset...

I had to go out to a meeting the other evening and the sky looked promising so I took the camera....Yeh. I know...It's about time!

Only took the one lens though so I cropped a little and pulled in a curve. Just made it with my light and no tripod. Actually with the tide out it looks better darker..

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Old Mar 8, 2010, 7:22 PM   #2
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i wish i could be damned with scenery & sunset like that.
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It's nice to see you finally posting pictures again.

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Old Mar 8, 2010, 10:18 PM   #4
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Yeh....but did you like it...

Thanks Steve.
Charles. Not bad eh. Mt Baker 10,777 Washington and a good ski area, across Skagit bay (soft G ). I know someone will ask. I know that Pensylvania's quite a place as well.
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Lord across Skagit Bay Now if the back drop and the Tulips could merge Viola it would be a shot.... Scouse so where have you been hiding!? the Islands, Camano, Whidbey Tell me... what bay is this one ?
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Well Ken,

It is about time that you posted one of your beautiful landscape shots.

This is a great example of what can be done with the E-500 equipped with a 'kit lens'

Thanx for sharing.
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.....me too Ken, good to see you AND a beautiful photo.

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Ya know, it feels good to be back. With that encouragement I have to get out more often.

Hi Sharpy. That's from the North end of Camano, I live down near the State Park there.........Tulips and Mount Baker. I posted that one a couple of years ago...
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New since Aug so I did not get to see that one... But I can see it in my mind... so hows Camano doing I need to get out there some time and go see my other ol' neighbor dad before he kicks it... Looks like all the ranges got it all this year that's for sure! though it tried to snow yesterday but did not stick.
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Camano's good, been here 15 years now so I guess it's home.
Saw the snow flurries yesterday (I think my wife cried.. ) but happy to see some afternoon sun.
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