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01-03-2016, 03:21 PM   #8056
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Thanks guys - here are a few more
#3 stands out for me. Great use of a wide angle look with leading lines and the blue tone is striking.

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from this morning at the Antioch Bridge

Winter's Dawn
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
from this morning at the Antioch Bridge

Winter's Dawn
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Nice!
Those clouds look like a lot more than 8s. I love it when they do that!

I caught sunrise by our lake which is 17 miles long. The close end is frozen but about half way to the other end there is open water. At -18F it produces a nice cloud of steam!

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I think my poor wife was regretting coming along at this point.
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really enjoy looking at your pics Matt.. good work.

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really enjoy looking at your pics Matt.. good work.
Thank you!
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645z w/ 90mm lens

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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
Nice!
Those clouds look like a lot more than 8s. I love it when they do that!

I caught sunrise by our lake which is 17 miles long. The close end is frozen but about half way to the other end there is open water. At -18F it produces a nice cloud of steam!

645D & A 35/3.5


I think my poor wife was regretting coming along at this point.
Fantastic light, color and atmosphere. Great shots, especially that of your freezing wife, it was worth it.
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Fantastic light, color and atmosphere. Great shots, especially that of your freezing wife, it was worth it.
Thanks, I'll tell her!

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A simple black & white head shot from today's session
150mm lens
4 lights
a little skin re-touch

With such a pretty face, it's a struggle to get a bad shot
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grand central station 645z w/ FA 35mm



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Ed, those fireworks shots are amazing!
Thanks Mike - praise indeed coming from you :-)

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Some weird cloud over Sydney - 645Z plus 90mm DFA

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Ed, that one is surreal and beautiful!

mattb, the one with your wife is very nice. She is a great sport and likely still helping you lug gear due to your injury, right?
My wife went once with me and never again...

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acarlay, those shots from GCS are great and I hope to go there one day too.

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Tom, what a lovely portrait.
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From Australia, banksia seeds opening after a bushfire.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ed Hurst Quote
Some weird cloud over Sydney - 645Z plus 90mm DFA
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Ed, that one is surreal and beautiful!
Just what I thought Mike-surreal. Then I looked at your Flicker collection Ed and found you have plenty more displaying an inspiring, creative gift.
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From Australia, banksia seeds opening after a bushfire.

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This is great, reminds me of the mean Banksia Men from Snuggle Pot and and Cuddle Pie.

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
Ed, that one is surreal and beautiful!

mattb, the one with your wife is very nice. She is a great sport and likely still helping you lug gear due to your injury, right?
My wife went once with me and never again...

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acarlay, those shots from GCS are great and I hope to go there one day too.

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Tom, what a lovely portrait.
Thanks! She is a great sport but I'm not sure if she will be up for any more subzero dawn patrols with me. She said she never got warm all day after that.
Fortunately for me I can carry my stuff a couple hundred yards on my own now so it will be back to mostly solo missions. Company is nice but I don't really want to share the decision making when I'm doing my thing so maybe it's for the best.
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