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Old Mar 20, 2005, 10:54 PM   #1
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Hi all, just got back from Vulcan and took this shot in one of their most sacred places.

Enjoy and comments welcome:roll::blah:
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Old Mar 20, 2005, 11:23 PM   #2
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Ok, who taught the trekkies how to use Photoshop????
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Old Mar 20, 2005, 11:42 PM   #3
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Ok, who taught the trekkies how to use Photoshop????

Noel Shemsky:!::lol::lol::lol:
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Awesome caption! Nanu nanu!!
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Old Mar 20, 2005, 11:52 PM   #5
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I used to be a frasier fan but don't really remember his "trekkie-ness". Great manipulation (or did someone actually make a statue like that????).
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I used to be a frasier fan but don't really remember his "trekkie-ness". Great manipulation (or did someone actually make a statue like that????).

Hey this is San Francisco...anything is possible,,, or is it only a product of my twisted little mind???:?
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Great subject and the back lighting you handled perfectly, I would have framed it a little differently but thats only me,
still love the shot' you should post more from the same gardens.

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Old Mar 21, 2005, 12:27 AM   #8
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Thanks john,

I went back to the garden today, trying to get the last of the blossoms before they are all gone. The sun and the clouds took turns and alternated in an unpredictable manner. Man, I must have hit that menu button 50 times to switch between sun and cloudy mode.

I'll pick what I think are some interesting shots and will post them in the next few days. Again I think I lucked out. I took over 150 photos and about 100 are keepers.

If you all are tired of Japanese garden pictures please let me know. As forme, from an architectural and design perspective, I consider Japanese design awesome. Just my 2 cents.
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Old Mar 21, 2005, 12:33 AM   #9
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I missed ya, Guaz, and the rest of the gang here! I do like the shot, I may even print it and hang it on my office door. I was a closet case trekkie (primarily the next generation, although I had a thing for Shatner when I was younger, plus I am cuter than those green bitches!). Unfortunately, I will be drifting over to the Canon EOS forum being that tomorrow I will be buying the D20. Of course my Panasonic will go with me right along side the new purchase. Keep up the good work!
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Thanks john,

I went back to the garden today, trying to get the last of the blossoms before they are all gone. The sun and the clouds took turns and alternated in an unpredictable manner. Man, I must have hit that menu button 50 times to switch between sun and cloudy mode.

I'll pick what I think are some interesting shots and will post them in the next few days. Again I think I lucked out. I took over 150 photos and about 100 are keepers.

If you all are tired of Japanese garden pictures please let me know. As for me, from an architectural and design perspective, I consider Japanese design awesome. Just my 2 cents.
Hey no Japanese Architecture is unique and very special
go an post heeps :-)
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