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Old Jan 30, 2006, 8:35 PM   #1
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The weather here on the East Coast has been remarkably mild of late. There was an eerilywell lit fog on the Delaware River at 11 am this morning. This the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge connecting the PA and NJ neighborhood/town, respectively. And NJ on the opposite shore barelyvisible through the fog. 4x zoom (w/o dcr6600) on the first and wide angle w/ dcr6600 on the second.


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Old Jan 30, 2006, 8:54 PM   #2
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While I have no experience to critique, I do love these type of photos. My wife took one of me in an early morning fog cleaning up the horse lot. While it is one I like, I am not about to put it on the forum. Not because of the photo, but more because of the bum in it. I love the first shot with the relection of the bridge, almost reminds me of a pencil drawing I saw once. The second is also very good.

Thanks for showing what can be done.
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Old Jan 30, 2006, 9:02 PM   #3
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I like the first shot, and I normally am not a fan of fog shots. I know what you mean about mild weather. I got to go for a bike ride today, and it didn't seem like the end of Jan.
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Thanks for the comments.

bayou - Go ahead and post that bayou bum shot. We'd like to see it.

polar - Seems more like a bayou winter don't it?

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I like these, especially the first one. The seagull adds a nice touch of life to what would otherwise be another "mirror image" reflection shot. It's great that you got him/her(?) to pose according to the rule of thirds too!
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It's great that you got him/her(?) to pose according to the rule of thirds too!
Thanks, Ladyhawk. That's a well trained gull.


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Those are super Fred ! That first one is a real neat capture! Jim
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