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Old Oct 31, 2009, 6:25 AM   #1
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I think the backlighting really works in this image..I like it!
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Thank You Jelpee.

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Yes, I agree as well. The backlighting is very effective.

Nicely done, Rodney.

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Thank You Sarah.

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Very nice - I like it.
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Great capture of the "feeling" of the tree, and great use of light!
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Absolutely! wonderful shot, Rod.
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Thank You Harriet, Mole and GW.

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Rodney, nice capture of tree and sky. Lighting and framing of the shot is perfect.

We will be going to OZ and NZ during your fall next year and I'm sure we will see many of these gum trees up close and personal. Can hardly wait.

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