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Rolling Waters
Lens: 12-24 Camera: K20 Photo Location: Maple Ridge ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 2s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: Jimbo, 08-18-2010, 10:22 PM

Couple more I just processed. JIM




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I definitely recognize the spot

The second shot is fantastic!

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I definitely recognize the spot

The second shot is fantastic
Thanks Adam. Will hit this spot again as the leafs turn color. JIM
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Definitely agree that the second shot is excellent. I love the aura that the location gives off in the shot. The sun catching the leaves of the tree in the is upper left is one of my fave aspects of that photo. On the first photo, I wish the water was smoothed out a bit more. And perhaps the camera turned a little more left (for the small rocks) or a little more right (to capture the fast moving bit more fully).

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Definitely agree that the second shot is excellent. I love the aura that the location gives off in the shot. The sun catching the leaves of the tree in the is upper left is one of my fave aspects of that photo. On the first photo, I wish the water was smoothed out a bit more. And perhaps the camera turned a little more left (for the small rocks) or a little more right (to capture the fast moving bit more fully).
I may have shot something similar to what you asked for. I hit this place a few times a year. Appreciate you taking the time to comment. JIM
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Good work again in that beautiful scene!
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Good work again in that beautiful scene!
Thank you Georg. JIM
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