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Old Mar 24, 2005, 2:09 AM   #1
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After a morning of rain the sun came out and it was so beautiful out I had to take some photos.

Here are 3 of my favs.

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Fab colours smac -love it when there's so much green:-) the first is my favorite.
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Great shots smac, especially like the clouds in all of them.
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Fab colours smac -*love it when there's so much green**:-)* the first is my favorite.**
Thanks Suze, It was a gorgeous day. That rock wall is an historical landmark. Back in the 19th century the Chinese laborers were paid about 10cents a day to make the walls and help clear the field of all the millions of volcanic rocks so the land could be use for pasture. They are all over the place here were I live. Here's another shot.

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Great shots smac, especially like the clouds in all of them.
Thanks Jerlivp, I was drawn out by the clouds as well. They were spectacular all afternoon.

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Only the 2nd is way too Underexposed at F8 1/1000.

Great Pictures and perfect use of the P mode in combination with a wise spot metering. FZ20 rocks.
Also the Auto WB has made a great job (I generally use Fine Weather in pics with skies to limit the washing out of the blue, but it's all a matter of exposure here)

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That rock wall is an historical landmark. Back in the 19th century the Chinese laborers were paid about 10cents a day to make the walls and help clear the field of all the millions of volcanic rocks so the land could be use for pasture. They are all over the place here were I live.
I was going to ask about that! I didn't know there were stone walls in California. We have them all over the place in New England but that's because there are lots of granite stones in the soil (thank the glaciers) that the farmers had to move out of the way.
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