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Posted By: shiner, 01-18-2018, 02:50 AM


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01-18-2018, 03:54 AM   #2
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Sharp images and I love the colours
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Sharp images and I love the colours
Thanks!
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I really like this photo - in the dark, this installation reminds of the "mysterious compounds" you see on various SF, mystery and adventure movies.

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Nice mix of lighting in this shot

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I really like this photo - in the dark, this installation reminds of the "mysterious compounds" you see on various SF, mystery and adventure movies.

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Thanks! It really does have that feel sometimes in person, haha

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Nice mix of lighting in this shot
Thanks, Adam! It was around 7F that night- pretty chilly for GA.
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cool bursts! really nice!

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cool bursts! really nice!
Thanks! I'll probably never "upgrade" to the HD 15mm Ltd.
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Awesome starbursts
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I remember that kind of cold. Brrrrr. The stars add to the chill nicely.
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Awesome starbursts
The original SMC15mm is still a jewel!

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I remember that kind of cold. Brrrrr. The stars add to the chill nicely.
Thanks! It doesn't often deep freeze that way here, so I can tolerate it for a week or two, I guess- kills hibernating mosquito larvae, I figure
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The original SMC15mm is still a jewel!


Thanks! It doesn't often deep freeze that way here, so I can tolerate it for a week or two, I guess- kills hibernating mosquito larvae, I figure
Yes the best thing about cold is it disposes of the mosquitoes for awhile
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