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06-04-2015, 07:22 AM   #2
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Awesome set, though they strike me as a bear to process! The last, especially, strikes me a strong, strong image.
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Awesome set, though they strike me as a bear to process! The last, especially, strikes me a strong, strong image.
thanks! actually use ribbet and then flickr to process and then post.... honestly took me only a few minutes to create....
glad you enjoyed them.... fine venue to visit.... dave m
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My eyes have a hard time following the ropes on the second one, maybe because of the highlights. #3 is fantastic.

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What a wicked web we weave, love these shots Dave, great job my friend.
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As I said in one of my recent posts, one cannot help but wonder what all the ropes and lines do, I'm sure they're there for a good purpose.

Interesting image captures.
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Wonderful images!!!! I really like rigging shots against the sky!

I just finished this afternoon at work, making my reservations to go back to Boston for work, the last two weeks of June. I'm thinking of making some plans to scoot down to Mystic over that weekend to capture some images. I have never been there.

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Wonderful photos - each and every one. Is this the Morgan? The last time I was in Mystic she was floating again - is that still the case?

I don't remember the Morgan having those tops'ls - but I'm old and forgetful.

Anyway - marvelous photos - I love 'em.

Jer

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Nice dissecting lines and angles.
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Great series Dave, now that's a boatload of ropes.
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QuoteOriginally posted by CreationBear Quote
Awesome set, though they strike me as a bear to process! The last, especially, strikes me a strong, strong image.
QuoteOriginally posted by dcmsox2004 Quote
thanks! actually use ribbet and then flickr to process and then post.... honestly took me only a few minutes to create....
glad you enjoyed them.... fine venue to visit.... dave m
QuoteOriginally posted by tonezime Quote
My eyes have a hard time following the ropes on the second one, maybe because of the highlights. #3 is fantastic.
thanks!

QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
What a wicked web we weave, love these shots Dave, great job my friend.
thanks bob

QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
As I said in one of my recent posts, one cannot help but wonder what all the ropes and lines do, I'm sure they're there for a good purpose.

Interesting image captures.
thanks

QuoteOriginally posted by interested_observer Quote
Wonderful images!!!! I really like rigging shots against the sky!

I just finished this afternoon at work, making my reservations to go back to Boston for work, the last two weeks of June. I'm thinking of making some plans to scoot down to Mystic over that weekend to capture some images. I have never been there.

thanks, easily spend the day there, and head into mystic village for dinner... dave m

QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
Wonderful photos - each and every one. Is this the Morgan? The last time I was in Mystic she was floating again - is that still the case?

I don't remember the Morgan having those tops'ls - but I'm old and forgetful.

Anyway - marvelous photos - I love 'em.

Jer
thanks jer... she's afloat now... a beauty

QuoteOriginally posted by eaglem Quote
Nice dissecting lines and angles.
thanks!

QuoteOriginally posted by daacon Quote
Great series Dave, now that's a boatload of ropes.
thanks dave
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