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Posted By: Jimbo, 06-19-2010, 01:29 PM

Went out early this morning and found a new water fall to photograph. Not much light to work with. More to process. JIM




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Very nice Jim! I like the "lush" feeling the moist and greens crate. Very good captured.
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Very nice Jim! I like the "lush" feeling the moist and greens crate. Very good captured.
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Great shots Jim just love the way that the greens jumps out,you have the 12-24 working great TFS


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Thank you Cupic. JIM
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Rich and Lush, JIM - very well done, as always.

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Thanks Jer. Cheers JIM
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It's these lighting conditions that make them favourable to photograph - nice soft look to these captures.

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Thanks Ash. The lighting was fine on the first 3/4. At the top the brightness, compared to the dark bottom section, made for a interesting shot. ?I lost about 10 shots to overexposure. Cheers JIM
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I like them Jim!
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