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Old Jan 12, 2013, 8:29 AM   #1
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Even though I bought a new Nikon 7000 with the bazooka 150 500 on I took the 510 and 14 42 along as well. I still love my Oly and the kit lens still does a decent job
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Old Jan 12, 2013, 10:57 AM   #2
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Nice shot. It works well in B&W. Good composition, contrast and focus. The shot imparts a feeling of a nice rural setting on a cold winter day.
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Hi Eric

Really like that shot ... I'd clone out or may be just crop the bottom slightly to get rid of the shadow. Could you get any closer as that looks like a pretty cool place ?
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Thanks Steven, I like old structures. Hey, I am an old structure : )

Harj, there are a ton of old barns and falling down houses in NY state on the back roads. I could of got closer, I just stuck the camera out the window on this one as I went by : )
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Hi, Eric. I'm not a big fan of B&W and I like that shot a lot.
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A great shot of nostalgia. I like it.
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Thanks guys
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It's good to have you back posting in the forum, Eric.
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Nicely done Eric. Been saving that one have you.
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