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Old Oct 29, 2015, 8:39 AM   #1
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Stanley Park is a beautiful place with so many photo opportinities.

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Old Oct 29, 2015, 10:34 AM   #2
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Your own private island......complete with tree. LOL.

See, those overcast/foggy days to have their uses.
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Beautiful Shot .
Stanley Park. one of my favorite spots when I am in Vancouver
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Old Nov 15, 2015, 7:41 PM   #6
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Your own private island......complete with tree. LOL.

See, those overcast/foggy days to have their uses.
It was a beautiful day but I pay the price for taking this picture, I felt on one of those slippery rocks on the water, I had my Nikon camera on a tripod and the OMD on my neck. I saved my gear but my butt still in pain for it

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Beautiful Shot .
Stanley Park. one of my favorite spots when I am in Vancouver
Thank you Fred, It is beautiful park with so many photo opportunities.


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Very nice Marcello. Did you do any PS on this or was this the light situation at the time you took the shot? Yes I know the post dates back a while but I'm sort of getting caught up on the recent posts.
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Very nice Marcello. Did you do any PS on this or was this the light situation at the time you took the shot? Yes I know the post dates back a while but I'm sort of getting caught up on the recent posts.
Thank you James,

The day was very cloudy and foggy, the only think I did in PS was sharpening and B&W conversion.

I'm glad you like it.

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