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Posted By: marianne.sharp, 11-07-2014, 11:11 AM

Had to stop in the road to grab this sunrise jewel, from my car, hand held. :-) Not sure why I got the "green halo" effect!

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11-07-2014, 12:05 PM   #2
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Fresh and natural picture...
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That's why I need to get a car of my own, kinda difficult to stop a car every 5 minutes to take pictures when you're not the one driving!
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A very nice image and good exposure. The green halo looks like a touch of lens flare.

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very nice. I always like the look of early/late sun filtering through the trees.. I have tried these shots many time without such nice results.
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Looks very peaceful there.
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QuoteOriginally posted by olegp Quote
Fresh and natural picture...
Thank you!

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QuoteOriginally posted by dwalker19 Quote
very nice. I always like the look of early/late sun filtering through the trees.. I have tried these shots many time without such nice results.
Thank you! This was only my second good result after several attempts.

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Looks very peaceful there.
Very, especially in the early morning. Just missed getting a picture of a couple of young deer.
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Love the autumn colours and ray of light. The lens flare is small enough to try and photoshop out if you wanted, or you could just post it to the lens flare thread!

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Thanks! I didn't realize there was a lens flare thread!
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That is really a very wonderful shot!!! I have really never captured any sun rays.

When I want to go and shoot, my wife always says, I want to go with you, but all you ever do is stop and take some old boring pictures of stuff...

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My husband never wants to stop, I stopped for this on my way to work!
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a pleasant picture nicely captured.--charliezap
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QuoteOriginally posted by marianne.sharp Quote
Had to stop in the road to grab this sunrise jewel, from my car, hand held. :-) Not sure why I got the "green halo" effect!
Great sunbeams!
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