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Old Aug 24, 2011, 1:36 PM   #11
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Great composition Ned...the reflections always have a high degree of appeal to me.

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Hi Jehan! Great to hear from you!! Thanks for your kind comments indeed. Hope all is well with the model trains! All the best. Ned
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Old Aug 24, 2011, 1:38 PM   #12
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I also love taking picture but unfortunately I don;t have talent with it, however I never stop believing and admiring those beautiful pictures that other people take.
Many thanks! Well, this shot simply presented itself... just had to take it. Keep taking pictures! It is just fun learning... I went digital a year ago and really enjoy it. All the best. Ned
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That's a beautiful shot Ned. Summer isn't quite over here in my area, but we're starting to get some cool nights and foggy mornings. I love the fall in this area, and I also enjoy winter -- but by early March, I've usually had enough cold weather, and it doesn't start really warming up until late April or May.
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That's a beautiful shot Ned. Summer isn't quite over here in my area, but we're starting to get some cool nights and foggy mornings. I love the fall in this area, and I also enjoy winter -- but by early March, I've usually had enough cold weather, and it doesn't start really warming up until late April or May.
Many thanks mtnman! Yeah I know what you mean about having enough of the cold. Last year we had 6 full months of snow cover!!! Yikes! Thanks again, and nice to hear from you. Appreciate your having a look at the photo. All the best. Ned
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Such a serene scene, with such lovely attention to color and detail.

We are still in the midst of summer's heat, but beginning to notice some autumnal signs among the plants & "critters."

Also echoing Hans' comments - it is indeed fascinating & fun to view scenes & see viewpoints from across the globe!
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Many kind thanks Mole! Thanks for look and for your kind words. Ned
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That's a beauty, Ned!
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