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Old Sep 18, 2013, 6:55 PM   #11
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just absolutely love three, five and nine, excellent shots and poster worthy! thank you for sharing

Thank you Ramcewan for the comments, I'm glad you like it.

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That new World Trade Center building is beautiful. They were just short of topping it off when I was there with my daughter earlier this year. Wonderful images Marcelo.
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Great series of shots -- gee, sailing with Manhattan as your back drop -- that is quite the gift! I like the quiet mood of shot 6. If you ever find yourself back out on the water on a cruise like this, try one of my favourite views -- move up to the forward stays with the navigation lights, lay down on the deck, hike out a bit and shoot the hull moving through the water with the city scape in the background. Saves having to ask the fellow cruisers if they would mind shifting to starboard while you capture the scene.
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That new World Trade Center building is beautiful. They were just short of topping it off when I was there with my daughter earlier this year. Wonderful images Marcelo.
Thank you Greg, they installed the top tower on the building on May 10th.

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Great series of shots -- gee, sailing with Manhattan as your back drop -- that is quite the gift! I like the quiet mood of shot 6. If you ever find yourself back out on the water on a cruise like this, try one of my favourite views -- move up to the forward stays with the navigation lights, lay down on the deck, hike out a bit and shoot the hull moving through the water with the city scape in the background. Saves having to ask the fellow cruisers if they would mind shifting to starboard while you capture the scene.
Thank you KulaCube, I don't think I'll be sailing again this year, weather is getting colder here, anyway thank you for the advice.

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WoW VERY nice shots Marcelo

thank you for sharing
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WoW VERY nice shots Marcelo

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