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    Rough Water under the Pier

    A couple form a windy Saturday morning. I thought these were interesting. For the most part the Great Blue Heron was still, but it was windy so he is not as sharp as I would like him to be.
    Thanks for looking.
    C & C are welcomed.
    Rob

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    Re: Rough Water under the Pier

    Rob - It feels as if they could each use a bit of a counter-clockwise rotation.

    Although the heron in them is good, it's the first one my attention keeps going to. It looks like there is quite a surge of water. I think you could make a lot of that with a bit of dodging and burning work or (if your software has it) a structure (or texture) tool.

    But, what a subject. You could spend days underneath that structure and come up with a whole portfolio of images.

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    Re: Rough Water under the Pier

    Thanks Don
    I'm don't think I have that in my software but i will look.
    I agree with you on the unlimited amout of pictures I can take here, I just found it and and it is just a short ride from my house.
    Here is another from a calm day.
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    Rob

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