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Old Jan 6, 2007, 9:28 PM   #1
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We had to be at an early wrestling match this mornong for our son. I had a pretty cool view of the sunrise from the parking lot of the school so I grabbed my camera.


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Old Jan 6, 2007, 11:19 PM   #2
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Wonderful Colours :-)
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What he said... with an American twist

Reallya gorgeous shot, wouldn't believe that view was over a parking lot.
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Lovely - well saturated.


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Red sky at night shepherd's delight. This morning sky - also a delight.

I'd just clone out the lens flare at tad - otherwise purrfect.
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Thanks guys! I took over 200 wrestling photos, but that sunrise before the match is my favorite. Catbells, I might play around with my photo editor later and see how it comes out.
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Here you go
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Perfect! Thank you. The only photo editor I own is an old version of Arcsoft Photostudio 2000 which came free with a Canon scanner quite a few years ago. It will do the basics, but one of these days I need to invest in a new program and learn how to use it. Nice job!
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or add some.. hehe
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Perfect! Thank you. The only photo editor I own is an old version of Arcsoft Photostudio 2000 which came free with a Canon scanner quite a few years ago. It will do the basics, but one of these days I need to invest in a new program and learn how to use it. Nice job!
there are some great!! free programs out there. the gimp and paint.net are two that come close to challenging Photoshop..

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