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Old Oct 1, 2010, 3:44 PM   #11
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Many thanks, Harriet! Glad you liked them. It was a lot of fun taking them.
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Old Oct 1, 2010, 3:46 PM   #12
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Very nice !

I'm spending a lot of time with my Finnish clients these last few days and tomorrow. They told me to pronounce your name eRtu
Is that what your Finnish clients told you??? Well, there is no "R", but they probably told you that because pronouncing both vowels is very hard. I have been here 6 years and still I keep saying "Kill" when I mean "meet". Anyway, thanks... tell your clients "Kaikkea hyvä"
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Old Oct 1, 2010, 4:24 PM   #13
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Here is a "portrait" view of the dock and fog... just experimenting with composition and post-processing... Not sure if this perspective is the best, but it interesting.

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Damn Eetu (or is it eRtu?)

You are getting better every shoot with your K-7, I need to get practicing!
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Here is a "portrait" view of the dock and fog... just experimenting with composition and post-processing... Not sure if this perspective is the best, but it interesting.

All the best.

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Ned,

I prefer the original...# 3 I think.....I like the posts under the dock, the reflective water there....the quality of fog...the dock....I wouldn't mess with # 3....it's very good.....has a painting like quality. If it were mine, I would blow it up to an 8 X 10, frame it and display in my house.

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Very nice Ned...I like #3 the best.

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i always enjoy your landscapes, This series might be the best Ive seen from you yet. Keep it up
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Old Oct 2, 2010, 2:19 AM   #18
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Many kind thanks, everyone, for your words and input! Appreciated.

Ned (Finns find "Ned" to difficult to pronounce... I use "Eetu" among Finns et. al., English speaking friends can always call me "Ned" or if you are the Tax Office, "Edward".

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Is that what your Finnish clients told you??? Well, there is no "R", but they probably told you that because pronouncing both vowels is very hard. I have been here 6 years and still I keep saying "Kill" when I mean "meet". Anyway, thanks... tell your clients "Kaikkea hyvä"


Hahaha! Nice to kill you!

about your question asking to crop, my answer would be leave it as it is.
The blurriness of the dock boards actually helps lead my eye out to the center of the photo where it is very sharp, I think it helps the photo.
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Nice to "kill" you too... oh what a language!

Thanks for the kind feedback.

All the best.

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