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Under the Canopy 2
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Posted By: Jimbo, 09-12-2010, 12:21 PM

It was pouring rain this morning so headed for a local park again to take some images under the canopy. I had to set up a umbrella to keep the camera and len dry. Here are a few. JIMBO







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That third one is amazing! Great job, thanks for sharing!
I have to go out and practice more....
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That third one is amazing! Great job, thanks for sharing!
I have to go out and practice more....
Thanks Rense I kind of like the first one myself. I have a few more I am still working on. JIM
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Forests are not so easy to shoot and you did a great job!
Hard to pick one though, I like them all

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Forests are not so easy to shoot and you did a great job!
Hard to pick one though, I like them all
Thanks Iris. JIM
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More of this scene, great studies, I know it is hard to capture that kind of low light environment!
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More of this scene, great studies, I know it is hard to capture that kind of low light environment!
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love the perspective with that lens jim.... these woodlands have an ethereal quality to them.... magical... dave m

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love the perspective with that lens jim.... these woodlands have an ethereal quality to them.... magical... dave m

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I can't pick one either Jim... They're all nice. And a refreshing change from the typical forest photo...
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I can't pick one either Jim... They're all nice. And a refreshing change from the typical forest photo...

Thanks Mike. It was pouring rain too. Cheers JIM
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I think all of these are great, Jim. Beautiful textures and colors. I can almost hear the rain whispering through the branches and onto the soft woodland floor.
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The first one is my favorite! I like how the fallen log draws my eye to the rest of the photo.
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I think all of these are great, Jim. Beautiful textures and colors. I can almost hear the rain whispering through the branches and onto the soft woodland floor.

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The first one is my favorite! I like how the fallen log draws my eye to the rest of the photo.
Thank you guys and gals. jimbo
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