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Old Sep 5, 2011, 2:14 PM   #1
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Some pictures from the Bahamas taken with my E-620.











What do you guys think? What are your favorites?
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Old Sep 5, 2011, 6:28 PM   #2
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....well, I think you made some nice photos here, my favorite(s) are the last two. Well done.
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Nice job of capturing the turquoise water of the Bahamas, I like the peaceful feeling that you imparted to all of them. That is not always easy in a major tourist area. (Those beaches were always crowded whenever I was there.)

I also like the B&W footprints in the sand.
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Thanks for the compliments guys!

Steven, it also probably depends on the island you go to. I went to Exuma, and the most packed a beach got was about 5 people!
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Love the first one, very well done!

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I also like the B&W footprints in the sand.
I just now began to see them recessed in the sand. I was seeing them popping out of the sand instead. I was trying to figure out how he did that.
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Very nice series, makes me feel sad... summer is done in the east cost :-(
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I just now began to see them recessed in the sand. I was seeing them popping out of the sand instead. I was trying to figure out how he did that.
Maybe I'm way off base, but to me they couldn't be creating those shadows if they were recessed.

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Very nice series, makes me feel sad... summer is done in the east cost :-(
+1 from me also - very nice series.

Marcelo, after the heat of this past summer I'm really happy to look forward to autumn down here. Autumn leaf colors are my favorite landscape photography. (Just saying there's a different way to look at it. )

I took this photo last fall at a location that's on my way to work, in the DC metro area (where you can't keep aircraft contrails out of a photo that includes the sky):



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+1 from me also - very nice series.

Marcelo, after the heat of this past summer I'm really happy to look forward to autumn down here. Autumn leaf colors are my favorite landscape photography. (Just saying there's a different way to look at it. )

I took this photo last fall at a location that's on my way to work, in the DC metro area (where you can't keep aircraft contrails out of a photo that includes the sky):

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Hi Ted,

You are right, Fall is the most photogenic season of the year.

I always had intentions to shoot some scenes in Pennsylvania (roads and bridges) and I hope I can do that this year.

Your picture is a great example of the multiple photo opportunities we will have this season.

Good luck and share with us your best shots.

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