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Old Sep 2, 2009, 5:55 AM   #71
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My vote is for Cameanee's Hat Shot.

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Harriet's aqueduct followed closely by Cameanee's blue hat.
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Old Sep 2, 2009, 8:22 AM   #73
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Hi all, as has been said, this month has lots of good pic's, it's Ronny's for me.
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So many amazing shots, it's tough to choose just one, but I'll go with Peacekeeper's dramatic shot.
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Old Sep 2, 2009, 2:20 PM   #75
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There are lots of pictures here that I really like, often for different reasons. Most of my favorites have already been mentioned, but it finally came down to a choice between PK's skier (which is just awesome in my opinion) and pboerger's Sundial Bridge. My vote goes to pboerger - the graphic design of the bridge and the framing is both simple and striking.
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Old Sep 2, 2009, 3:38 PM   #76
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I think that this month was the toughest yet for me, to make up my mind about a winner.

Cameanee's blue hat, Peacekeeper's Snowboarder in flight and Pboerger's bridge were the ones I fought over in my head.

In the end my vote goes to Peacekeeper. That is one very blue sky and a fantastic stop action shot.

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I'm struggling too. I think the best photo from a technical point of view is Peacekeeper's, but I think the best intrepretation of this month's theme is KiethW's so my vote goes to KiethW.

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Old Sep 2, 2009, 5:16 PM   #78
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I vote for pboerger's bridge. The simple idea of not centering the structure is refreshing. Very nice design wise.

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Again, congratulations for a good collection of photos. There are few pics that, when I see them, I yell at my wife and say, "You gotta see this!" Peacekeeper's snowboarder is one of those, so I have to go with it for my vote.

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I liked many of the photos submitted this month. Loved the hats, How could you not like the Bridge. How about the fact that a forum member got a shot of a Blue Whale. Wonderful topic for the month. My vote goes to Harriet's aqueduct. It's like seeing an oasis in the desert, or was it just a mirrage? Great Job
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