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Old Jan 26, 2015, 9:07 AM   #1
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Default Portland (ME) Head Lighthouse

I drove up to Portland this weekend. We had 9 inches of snow over the weekend, but the weather cleared up on Sunday and I managed to snag this shot with the 12-50. Too bad I didn't have the 12-40, but I sent it back before the weekend. I guess one great shot has already been missed, but the result from the 12-50 isn't too bad

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Good luck these next few days. We just got a glancing blow overnight . . .
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Old Jan 26, 2015, 11:50 AM   #3
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Stunning photo! I've been there in the summer. This is one of my favorite Maine light house.
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Beautiful shot. I like everything about this image. Congratulations on the capture.
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Beautiful shot. I like everything about this image. Congratulations on the capture.
I agree with Greg. An all around excellent photograph.
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Great shot, the snow on the rocks and the dramatic sky create a beautiful frame for the Lighthouse.
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looks very good, nice strong contrast in the clouds and interesting composition, not sure it would have been that much better with the 12-40 tbh, I don't see any noticeable ISO noise so maybe wasn't needed?
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Great shot!
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looks very good, nice strong contrast in the clouds and interesting composition, not sure it would have been that much better with the 12-40 tbh, I don't see any noticeable ISO noise so maybe wasn't needed?
Maybe not. I'm just a bit pissy that I had to pay shipping to send it back to exchange, and Olympus still hasn't received the package (or unpacked it) almost a week later. I can't find my USPS priority receipt as well. I hope it isn't lost in the snow storm.
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