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Old Apr 12, 2006, 12:14 AM   #1
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an interesting shot from this weekend

the difference between looking and actually "seeing"
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Old Apr 12, 2006, 2:24 AM   #2
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Really nice picture. Seeing as there is many different textures and colours here, you would be best adding a border however simple to hold it all together.
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Old Apr 12, 2006, 3:05 AM   #3
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Seems like you've been reading too much Carlos Casteneda . . . or you too attended the Timothy Leary school of photography.

Very nice image Scot, beautiful colours and nice composition.


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This image really captured me. It reminds one of a hundred and one things. Let's take the texture and colour of the rock similar to the crust of a pine tree... Definately one of the best I've seen for sometime. Well done Scott!
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Thank LB, syd and bahadir, for the comments.

per LB's request, a simple frame and another angle of the shot.


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I like these Scot. Can't help wondering whether a polarizing filter would make any difference with the water.
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Interesting photos. I have an OT question: I see that your photos have the exif data in them. When I upload an image, my exif data ends up getting lost. How do you keep the exif data intact through your upload?


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first of all, syd.

i'm afraid that if i used a polarized lens, the waterline would be hard to distinguish,

thus losing a bit of the shots nuance, don't you think?

to tclune, i have no idea how to keep the exif data on upload.


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p.s. syd, i did used to look through dr. leary's windowpane and saw the micro-dots,

but that was many, many moons ago. 8)

i now stick to the daquiries. :-D
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E.S. Crawford wrote:
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p.s. syd, i did used to look through dr. leary's windowpane and saw the micro-dots,

but that was many, many moons ago. 8)

i now stick to the daquiries. :-D
Many, many, many, moons too! Now all I get are in-built flashbacks... :|


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