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Changing Tide
Lens: 12-24 Camera: K20 Photo Location: Nanaimo ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/15s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: Jimbo, 07-23-2010, 10:48 AM

Shot this as the tide was going out. TRhe sun was also coming up behind me. There are some summer cottages on the small island too. JIM


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Wow - great stuff, the colors are incredible.

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Wow - great stuff, the colors are incredible.

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Thank you. The light was changing very quickly. JIM
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Jimbo, is it me or is your horizon a little out of whack. My eyes are not so good so it may just be me. Nevertheless, great shot with lovely subtle colors in the foreground.

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Jimbo, is it me or is your horizon a little out of whack. My eyes are not so good so it may just be me. Nevertheless, great shot with lovely subtle colors in the foreground.
Not sure if its me or you. Looks straight to me. Thank you Susan. These are some early shots. Have much better coming. JIM
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Beautiful colors and capture of the sky and water. I love it.

Susan, drag the image up until the horizon aligns with the top or bottom edge of your computer display and you'll see it's straight, or so close it's hard to see how it could be straighter.
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Beautiful colors and capture of the sky and water. I love it.

Susan, drag the image up until the horizon aligns with the top or bottom edge of your computer display and you'll see it's straight, or so close it's hard to see how it could be straighter.
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I think the mound on the right throws the horizon off or making it look of. JIM
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Magnificent sky! Did you use grad-ND filter?

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