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Old Dec 6, 2010, 8:37 PM   #1
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Hi all,

Sometimes I run across a gallery of a photographer's work that just blows me away. This is not about equipment. It's more about what the person holding the camera 'sees' in his mind's eye, then through the viewfinder, and finally is able to recreate it with his equipment.

If you have some time and are interested in getting some inspiration, take a look at the work of a fellow living in Israel:

http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/6945761380/albums

Particularly the bird gallery and the seascapes gallery have some really outstanding images.

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Old Dec 7, 2010, 3:35 AM   #2
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I like the Star trails they seem like not what we were taught in School at all...? I after seeing one might seven rings around the moon thought that just maybe we on Earth are traveling through some unseen Tunneling system which has came close to another unseen life so we have been getting its energy that helps those that have gone on to be able to communicate or some where among those lines... those are great shots I will have to come back to that later and do some other digging... Thanks ZIG
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Hi Sharpshotgal,

Happy to hear that you enjoyed looking at his work.

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Well Zig its the questions that I have found little answer to so yea and now I see stars are all ways there. So if I was to see something bright in the sky for a few years then is just could be a star! That confirms that they could of very well seen and wondered of a star which they recorded in the Bible of the many years ago - information.
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Zig,
His photography is very nice. I enjoyed looking at it, thanks for the link. I have yet to see anyone surpass Tinyfishys small bird photos on Flickr. It always amazes me just how good people are on such difficult shots. And not just one lucky shot, their whole gallery is amazing.
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Thanks for the heads up, Eric.

I'll make a point of looking him up on Flicker.

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