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Posted By: Jimbo, 08-13-2012, 05:23 PM

I mentioned on a earlier post that I got lucky on Sunday n shooting birds in the water then having geese fly over a minute later. Here is the fly over and converted to B&W. The other shot is close to where the first was shot just as the sun was rising. JIM




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08-13-2012, 06:27 PM   #2
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Nice photography again. The first shot could fit with your other post on layers of gray, but nice capture of the geese in the mist/fog over the foreground element. Nice light of the rising sun behind the clouds in the second one. Great job!.
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Nice photography again. The first shot could fit with your other post on layers of gray, but nice capture of the geese in the mist/fog over the foreground element. Nice light of the rising sun behind the clouds in the second one. Great job!.
Appreciate yuo taking the time to comment. JIM
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Great black and white conversion Jimbo, I really like how the fog and the geese look. I like the second one also with the sun playing hide and seek through the fog. I wonder what that would look like in black and white?

Great job as always Jimbo.

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Great black and white conversion Jimbo, I really like how the fog and the geese look. I like the second one also with the sun playing hide and seek through the fog. I wonder what that would look like in black and white?

Great job as always Jimbo.

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Thanks Jim. I tried that one in B&W too but the Color works the best. Cheers Bud. JIM
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The first one is really nice Jim. Excellent composition.
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These have a lovely otherwordly feel to them Jim. The second one especially is really something.
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The first one is really nice Jim. Excellent composition.
Thanks Joni. JIM

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These have a lovely otherwordly feel to them Jim. The second one especially is really something.
Thank you Susan. JIM

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Hey man, that first one strikes the perfect mood. Nice job, old buddy.

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Hey man, that first one strikes the perfect mood. Nice job, old buddy.

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THanks Jer. I will forward the color version in a bit. JIM
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