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Old Dec 2, 2011, 4:19 PM   #1
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Old Dec 2, 2011, 5:16 PM   #2
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Beautiful B&W sea panorama JJ
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Nice calming image jj, well composed
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Another winner, JJ; the rocks pier settings, ocean and finally the bridge; all contribute to take your eye out to the bridge. Well done!!!
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Beautiful B&W sea panorama JJ
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Another winner, JJ; the rocks pier settings, ocean and finally the bridge; all contribute to take your eye out to the bridge. Well done!!!
Thank you Carol for the very kind words.

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Very nice shot, jj!
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I wonder if a burst of flash to give some detail in the rocks and post would have improved it? Bit late now though.
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I wonder if a burst of flash to give some detail in the rocks and post would have improved it? Bit late now though.
Thanks Grounded. I have used that technique many times, I usually set the flash output to the lowest setting. It's a fun thing to experiment with.

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