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Old Dec 7, 2013, 11:39 AM   #1
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Default Walking the Park on a Rainy Day (2)

This is the second part of the series in Central Park.

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11. I was walking on the rocks and leaves and accidentally pressed the shutter with the camera facing the ground... this is the result.



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Old Dec 7, 2013, 12:29 PM   #2
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You are really getting a lot out of the 12-50. Love the first two
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Wow. Just wow. Sitting here with a friend that's all we could say. Love your perspectives and how you juxtaposed very near foreground objects with more distant backgrounds. Wow.
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You are really getting a lot out of the 12-50. Love the first two
Thank you Drew, I love the lens for the versatility and weather sealing.

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I agree with that, and really enjoyed the series.
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Very nice shots Marcello, I like the one of the park benches, it makes you want to follow to the end.
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I agree with that, and really enjoyed the series.
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Very nice shots Marcello, I like the one of the park benches, it makes you want to follow to the end.
Thank you James, it is my favorite also because the texture and nice DOF.
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Again! I look at these more than once and can't say my appreciation better then what has been said but it is as much.

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cool series Marcelo ... as usual you've made me miss the city ironic as my buddy was trying to convince me to go down to for New Years just the other night and now I'm rethinking it...
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Another Nice set Marcello
I enjoy viewing your NYC Shots
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