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Old Jan 14, 2006, 5:53 AM   #1
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Old Jan 14, 2006, 8:31 AM   #2
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they both look good to me, the crow can't wait for you to take his picture.

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Old Jan 14, 2006, 11:04 AM   #3
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wow, that looks like a great area for some landcapes.. like i said before this would be good interest in a shot that included more of the area.. those rock formationsand rolling hills look very photogenic.. and i keep wanting to see more of it.. so you can use your favorite rock, just let it anchor a nice landscape shot!!

also, watch your processing, you have some artifacts in the grass on the first one, a bit oversharpened..

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since he was being obstinate and refused to move, you might have moved around to the right a bit to get better light. the bird is just a silhouette for the most part, and changing the angle would have brought out some detail. i like the rocks, though, they'd make a great study in shape and perspective... it's obvious those aren't natural formations... who put them there?
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older than Stonehenge? wow... i've always wondered at things like that. how'd they get there, and who put them there, and why? i wish we had things like that on this side of the pond... maybe one day before i'm too old and feeble i'll get a chance to visit England and Scotland and see some of those ancient sites myself...
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Other then the shot with people, everything is almost dead center... You should really try to get away from doing that.

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its unfortunate there are so many ppl wandering about.. that landscape would be really nice without them..

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older than Stonehenge? wow... i've always wondered at things like that. how'd they get there, and who put them there, and why? i wish we had things like that on this side of the pond... maybe one day before i'm too old and feeble i'll get a chance to visit England and Scotland and see some of those ancient sites myself...
Dont forget Wales, we have a few 'old' structures too.
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great pics syd, i quite like the artsy effect in the first... cheers for posting them
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