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    Chihly Glass

    Playing with a new 5dII. This is some Chihuly Glass at the local Botanical Garden.

    Chihly Glass
    Model Canon EOS 5D Mark II
    ISO 100
    Exposure 1/5 sec
    Aperture 22.0
    Focal Length 65mm

    Thanks for viewing.

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    Re: Chihly Glass

    Wow that is some crazy glass.
    The perspective you chose for the door in the background is interesting too.

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    Re: Chihly Glass

    Thanks for viewing. This was a rose garden enclosed by the white fence with these gates on either side

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    Re: Chihly Glass

    Hi Bryan, great looking glass, I lke the framing of the second gate within the first, lovely colour

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    Re: Chihly Glass

    I agree about the framing being good, but I wondered about a square(r) crop? Lose a bit either side.

    Once cropped, a slight anti-clockwise rotation - both the gate and the far one are sloping one way (differently ), although the wider fence either side is level, but that's less relevant when cropped.

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    Re: Chihly Glass

    Thanks Dave. I struggled with level. My bubble level said everything was good. However, in PP, I suspected that I was not truely perpendicular with the fence. (And there's always the chance the fence(s) are not parallel, and ground is a little unique.) Live and learn

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