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Posted By: Jimbo, 08-11-2013, 09:03 PM

Few more from the weekend. Cheers JIM

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08-11-2013, 10:00 PM   #2
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I think I can see 50 of them in the first two shots (shades of grey that is!)
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They are all very good but that first one is a knock out. Nice work and very good conversion.
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I think I can see 50 of them in the first two shots (shades of grey that is!)
Thank you for taking the time to comment. JIM

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They are all very good but that first one is a knock out. Nice work and very good conversion.
Thanks Peter. Hey, looking for a teleconverter!!! lol... Cheers and hope all is well. JIM

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I also feel like the first one is the best shot.

What I would love to see is that image in a little more panoramic crop, also because right now I feel like there is too much emphasis on the sky.
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I am partial to #2 myself there Jim well done.
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I also feel like the first one is the best shot.

What I would love to see is that image in a little more panoramic crop, also because right now I feel like there is too much emphasis on the sky.
I have tried a couple fo different crops and will stay with this one. I should have zoom in on the mountains and taken anothe image. How many times have I said that... Would have could have!! Apreciate you taking the time to comment. JIm

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I dig the "layers" of differing shades of gray - super job, man.

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all great but that first one is just plain wonderful.
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Thanks Bob. I was asked about a slightly different crop. Here it is though I still like to first one. JIM

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I would stay with the first, why change a great photo.
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When people say it's a "gray day" your shots bring it to life Jim.
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I would stay with the first, why change a great photo.
THanks Bob. JIM

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When people say it's a "gray day" your shots bring it to life Jim.
A lot of the grey tones are gong from smoke in the mountains. Cheers Charlie. JIM
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I vote with Bob. If it ain't broke, don't fix it!
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