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Old Nov 16, 2012, 8:42 AM   #1
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Old Nov 16, 2012, 10:25 AM   #2
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One of the classic, must see lighthouses of Maine. You were in a great location to get that view. When I was there a few years ago (summer) it was very crowded and the parking was difficult to come by. Was the breaking wave planned or was it happy circumstance? Thanks for sharing.

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Lovely shot. would make a good painting.
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One of the classic, must see lighthouses of Maine. You were in a great location to get that view. When I was there a few years ago (summer) it was very crowded and the parking was difficult to come by. Was the breaking wave planned or was it happy circumstance? Thanks for sharing.

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Thank you Bluenose. This was one of my favorite lighthouses along with Pemaquid Point and Bass Harbor.

Yes the wave was planned.

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Fantastic, planning that wave! That really adds so much to the photo!
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Forgot to ask, is it straight out of the camera? If not what did you do,lol?
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Lovely shot. would make a good painting.
Paint away Eysha.

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Fantastic, planning that wave! That really adds so much to the photo!
Thanks Carol, always appreciate your comments.

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Forgot to ask, is it straight out of the camera? If not what did you do,lol?
Thanks Eysha, appreciate the comment.

I always do some PP on my shots. I use Gimp; it has some nice features and is free. Be happy to give you some tips.

What do you use for PP?

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Adobe 6, old but was a present long time ago,lol. Tips are always welcome on PP and taking shots too.
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Adobe 6, old but was a present long time ago,lol. Tips are always welcome on PP and taking shots too.
Have you every tried Picasa? It is very easy to use.

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Beautiful shot, Jim!!
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