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03-14-2010, 10:16 AM   #16
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Well Steve it ain't no wet T-Shirt but ....

....here are some views of the 'beach'

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Part of what charliezap has defined as 'catch and release'

Now here's one to bring us back to our regularly scheduled thread....

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Drops on the leaf of a rose

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Drops on the leaf of a rose
That's a great capture of an amazing scene! Way to go, Frank!

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I was out scouting waterfalls and such this weekend in the mountains east of my home and came back with these shots:


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I was out scouting waterfalls and such this weekend in the mountains east of my home and came back with these shots:




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Beautiful and pristine Steve. Mine is a simpler for of water
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The various greens on those black-brown rocks are really subtle Steve.

Bluesman good capture of the very fast food.

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The various greens on those black-brown rocks are really subtle Steve.

Bluesman good capture of the very fast food.
Thanks Georg-like your neck as well, Umm, least I think it's your neck??

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Drops on the leaf of a rose

not bad
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one of my favorite themes pretty imaginative..







let's keep 'em rollin'
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Sheela the ice looks like an airplane wing with rows of rivets on it. Great shot !



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Splash!!
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Jussi/Nesster that is a great capture. I can see so many layers inside and outside of the water. I guess there is a long exposure on it cause I can see the current of the water too (who knows what is floating there on the water).

XS400 this looks too good to be true. #1 is my fave and #2 looks like two pics in one. A photo amigo of mine once did a never-ending series to capture the perfect splash (like your one drop coming up again) and he went absolutely nuts .-)

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