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Old Dec 23, 2011, 3:08 PM   #61
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One more. Everyone out of favorites?

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Ok.... ok..... next one, max zoom and cropped:

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A new wave of stunning photos, thank you all.
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Old Dec 23, 2011, 11:30 PM   #66
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Awesome pictures r posted in this thread !!

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superb thread 2 see every member's fav pic of 2011 !!
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Ok.... ok..... next one, max zoom and cropped:
Great shot Catalex.

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Saly, like this one. Any special PP done.



Gordy, love this shot.

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superb thread 2 see every member's fav pic of 2011 !!
These Panasonic cameras don't do a bad job.

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jj - thanks, my last image of the wagon had a slight adjustment in exposure.

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Amazing details and colors in this macro Saly!!! Very cool.
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There's so many great shots in this thread! I don't feel like my shots are good enough to post, but I will anyway. I got my FZ35 back in March, so all my photos this year have been taken with that.

I never did post this shot. It is really one of my favorites. I took it back in May when it seemed like every day was rain, rain, rain. These little guys were doing the best they could.



I just noticed that I took this shot exactly one month after the Oriole shot. This was the third year in a row the neighboring farmer had his field crop dusted. I love watching the crop duster. It makes me think what it must have been like when torpedo planes in WWII were setting up their runs. I really like how this shot turned out with the crop duster behind the trees.



I took this shot at the beginning of October. I liked the colors of this shot since it was taken in the evening.



This was taken about three weeks ago at the very beginning of December. This was after our first snow. It didn't last long before it melted. We haven't had snow since. We've been quite fortunate so far. I just like this shot for the colors. With the snow on the pine trees I feel it came out well.



I took this one just a few days ago. This was when Pathfinder came back. This time they had a big Christmas tree at the end of the boom. I thought that was very cool. Even though it was dark and dreary, I thought the photo came out quite well.



Well, those are my favorite for the year. Unless something spectacular pops up, that list will likely stay the same. On to 2012!
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