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Old Mar 9, 2012, 2:40 PM   #1
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Super JJ!!
This is good for POTD
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Wow! That is absolutely beautiful! What settings did you use, JJ?
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Fantastic image JJ

Love the colors and composition... the slow shutter speed is the cherry on top of the cake

Really great photo.
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Who doesn't? Exactly what we need here as the sun gets more scorching day by day. Very cool picture, JJ.
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This looks like a picture out of some surreal horror movie where something scary is lurking just around the shadows......
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Super JJ!!
This is good for POTD
Thanks Catalex for the kind words.

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Wow! That is absolutely beautiful! What settings did you use, JJ?
Hi Carol! I will have to check the settings.

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Fantastic image JJ

Love the colors and composition... the slow shutter speed is the cherry on top of the cake

Really great photo.
Thank you Rui.

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Who doesn't? Exactly what we need here as the sun gets more scorching day by day. Very cool picture, JJ.
Thanks Raghu.

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This looks like a picture out of some surreal horror movie where something scary is lurking just around the shadows......
Bigfoot lives in these woods.

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Wonderful shot jj, great composition
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Really great shot jj. ND filter, or was it dark enough?
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Kind of eerie in a way, but I like it's sense of mystery.
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