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If You Wait Long Enough
Posted By: Kerrowdown, 05-05-2018, 02:47 AM

You get a wee break with the light...

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05-12-2018, 07:59 AM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
You get a wee break with the light...
How long did you have to wait? In any case, it looks like it was well worth it. That gold + turquoise color is beautiful! Also, nice bird!


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How long did you have to wait?
A good twenty minutes in dreich conditions.

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In any case, it looks like it was well worth it.
Thank you.

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Also, nice bird!
Actually there's two and one sheep...
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This shot was definitely worth waiting for! Beautiful!
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This shot was definitely worth waiting for! Beautiful!
Thank you for your kind words Carol.

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More sandy beaches in Scotland--what gives? Great capture, a real" seize the moment"
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More sandy beaches in Scotland--what gives?
Outer Hebrides has many such places tucked away...

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Great capture, a real" seize the moment"
A rather damp twenty minute wait for this moment.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
You get a wee break with the light...
And so you do.
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And so you do.
Aye worth waiting for.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Thanks.

Aye... multiple birds (2) and one sheep, nearly cloned them all out, but then decided they help the composition.
You wouldn't want to remove life from your lovely scene! It would start to become sterile then.
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You wouldn't want to remove life from your lovely scene! It would start to become sterile then.
Livestock is not always in the right places... they donít seem to know about the rules of composition.
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Livestock is not always in the right places... they donít seem to know about the rules of composition.
Life is more interesting when it composes itself - you demonstrate that regularly with your Street Photographs.
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Cool picture. I agree the bird really helps the picture
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Cool picture. I agree the bird really helps the picture
Thank you, itís actually two birds and one sheep.

P.S. And a windmill.

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Great shot!
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Great shot!
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