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Old Jul 14, 2014, 12:02 AM   #1
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I was at the Arboretum the first hour it was open this morning (after that it was too hot) playing with high-contrast light when I ran across this lady who was paying me no attention as she walked into an area I was looking to capture, so I just made her a part of my shot.



some other shots from this morning..







Did the same thing Saturday evening with the last 90 minutes or so of sunlight..







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Old Jul 14, 2014, 12:28 AM   #2
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I was at the Arboretum the first hour it was open this morning (after that it was too hot) playing with high-contrast light when I ran across this lady who was paying me no attention as she walked into an area I was looking to capture, so I just made her a part of my shot.
Bet she didn't know she was going to be famous.

Looks like a lovely place to shoot.
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G'day Greg

as above - it looks to be a great place to meander & enjoy
Like your shots - tho it seems one or two have some lens flare over the image

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Hi Phil.

Definite flare in #2. Was almost pointing the 12-40 directly into the sun.

Haze was heavy Saturday evening and present in the 5th and 6th images.
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Hi Phil.
Definite flare in #2. Was almost pointing the 12-40 directly into the sun.
Haze was heavy Saturday evening and present in the 5th and 6th images.
Okay mate - they still are a great collection of images ~ well done
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