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Eastern Shore Sunset
Posted By: Eastern Shore Charlie, 04-20-2008, 04:45 AM

Shot this Friday night after work and had to play with my new A *300 some more. Heck with yard work. Scared to look in the view finder a couple of times just because how much light was coming thru. Waited patiently until volla what a beautiful result.........I thought I would share....Hope you like

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Thats awesome. Great shot.
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Wow, magnificent!
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Beautiful shot Charlie I tell the wife "It's not a messy yard,it's habitat" she doesn't buy it though

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Bravo Charlie - would have not thought of that lens for such a purpose - great shot.
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Wonderful serindipity

Was the dandelion there naturally?

Borno... try the 'It's good for frogs!' reasoning. Works for my Da
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QuoteOriginally posted by KrisK10D Quote
Wonderful serindipity

Was the dandelion there naturally?
Nope thought the roundness of the dandelion would match that round big ball in the background. It was originally higher up but slipped down when the sun started to go behind the tree line.

Borno... try the 'It's good for frogs!' reasoning. Works for my Da
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Bravo Charlie - would have not thought of that lens for such a purpose - great shot.
Thank you. I want take my grandkids to to the National Zoo in DC and then I will get to play with that lens.

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Beautiful shot Charlie I tell the wife "It's not a messy yard,it's habitat" she doesn't buy it though
Started cutting down tree limbs that keep slapping in the head while cutting the grass. Now they are all over the yard. Cannot cut the grass until they are cleaned up

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Wow, magnificent!
Thank You....

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Thats awesome. Great shot.
Thank you always like compliments....
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