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Old May 23, 2012, 11:42 AM   #1
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I know it's been done to death but that's a first one for me. As usual when I prepare and get up at 4AM it's overast or raining. But I went anyway and ended up with few decent shots.

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Very nice Greg I like the 1st one best, It would have even better with the sky of the 2nd

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Number 2 is a winner.
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Greg - So nice to see some of your fine photos again. Great color, wonderful skies, and fine composition in both of these.
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Very nice!
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Great shots that bring back fond memories of seeing the rape fields while traveling by train in the UK.

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Greg. Fine shots. However, and this is rarely said about rapeseed shots, these look a little unsaturated to me. Usually rapeseed blows the glass out of the monitor !
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Beautiful shots. Looks like lovely countryside.
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Thanks guys.

Frogfish: Don't know, maybe it's the overcast day?

Here's one from very sunny day, no clouds
at all.

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