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Old Feb 28, 2011, 11:44 AM   #1
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Default Dramatic sunset this weekend - FZ35

We were treated to a dramatic sunset after a crazy weather this weekend. Some parts of Los Angeles actually got a tiny bit of snow. After the storm, the sky got beautiful.


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#4 Even the birds seemed to be enjoying the view
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Old Feb 28, 2011, 12:08 PM   #2
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Saly – Excellent as always. #4 is the one that really catches my eye. Wonder what that would look like in B&W? Oh, glad to know we have another diver in the group.

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Saly – Excellent as always. #4 is the one that really catches my eye. Wonder what that would look like in B&W? Oh, glad to know we have another diver in the group.

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Hey, I like it! I wonder if I should crop out the landscape and tree..?







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Go for it......
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I love 1 & 2 , great contrast between light and dark
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Old Feb 28, 2011, 1:53 PM   #6
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Saly – I like the B&W crop. But realize, it’s from a guy that has dived too deep to many times…..

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Sally-

I think the last B&W really "clicks."

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Really lovely shots and No.4 is my fave. Like the b&w versions, but I prefer the original. I like the tree in the shot as the little chap is turned towards it as though he is thinking about going home to his nest. The colour shot is dramatic, but has atmosphere and more feeling for me.
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Great shots. My fave is also the fourth in the original
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#4 (sootc) has great atmosphere

The 2nd b/w crop works well for me because of the "framing" the cloud gives to the bird, then you have the bold structure of the fence
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