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Old Aug 18, 2008, 3:18 PM   #41
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Dennis - I love that picture.

Glad the subject got bumped - I was thinking of doing that with something I took earlier, just as a place-holder. But you did it for me. We leave tomorrow on vacation so hopefully I'll manage a good picture of something wide. I have a couple of subjects in mind, just got to get where we are going. Luckily we'll have internet access for part of the trip. Can't wait!
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Dennis - I love that picture.

Glad the subject got bumped - I was thinking of doing that with something I took earlier, just as a place-holder. But you did it for me. We leave tomorrow on vacation so hopefully I'll manage a good picture of something wide. I have a couple of subjects in mind, just got to get where we are going. Luckily we'll have internet access for part of the trip. Can't wait!
And here I thought you just got back from vacation! I suppose now you're going to tell us you were really working…:lol::lol::lol:
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Old Aug 19, 2008, 9:41 PM   #43
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Glad this got bumped. I almost forgot about the challenge this month.

My image is from the WIDE EYES of children and adults when they see this store. Confiserie C'Est Si Bon (I think roughly translates to "it is so good" in English) in Quebec. What caught our attention besides all the color, was the tricycle made of candies. I didn't dare go in the store. I would never have left with my sweet tooth!

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Been playing with some things I'm learning about PSE.
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Good thinking, Patty! Its amazing how good sugar can look! Nice shot, too!

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Thanks, Glenn. I had originally been thinking of trying a panoramic shot. But, not even sure if it would qualify. I've been wanting for a year to experiment with that.

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That's very nice, my kids would probably go crazy. That to me translates as It's This Good.
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Everglades Overlook. Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Florida.

K20D, DA 12-24mm @ 12mm.

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I'm now on vacation and I'm not sure that I'll leave this one as my entry. I'll have to see as this week goes along and I visit more places. But for now, I think it will do.

River Wide:



A wide subject taken with a 300mm lens. A river snaking it's way through a "hole" of a valley... My other choice for a wide subject wasthe grand mountains that are to the left of this scene...
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Well finally. Today we got enough sunshine for me to get to the lake. I shot this real quick on my way home from work. It was clouding up quickly and we got another drenching late this afternoon!
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The wide Mississippi River
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