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    Red dawn

    Our snow didn't arrive, but I got this the other day, its cold here now, D800, 28-300, Single exposure. Comments welcome

    Red dawn

    Oh, and Am says Hi, too

    Red dawn

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    Looks more like a get me out of here rather then a Hi!
    Am did'nt think the water would be that cold eh?

    Nice shot.

    Landscape - has everything that a good landscape needs and you did it again.

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    Re: Red dawn

    Jeff the landscape one is a beauty. I suggest you try some LCE, (Local Contrast Enhancment) to accentuate the mountains to see it that could help.

    Am is also a beauty.
    Last edited by MilT0s; 5th December 2012 at 10:20 AM.

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    Re: Red dawn

    Both nicely done. The landscape is picturesque, I don't think you could have captured it better and the dog... the expression says it all.

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    beautiful- as I've said before, I envy your locale!

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    Re: Red dawn

    Gorgeous landscape. Thanks for sharing it!

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    Re: Red dawn

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobobird View Post
    Looks more like a get me out of here rather then a Hi!
    Am did'nt think the water would be that cold eh?

    Nice shot.

    Landscape - has everything that a good landscape needs and you did it again.
    Thanks Bobo, it WAS cold, & I've never seen her reluctant to get in the water before ! Temps now down to -3 & swimming is off the menu until spring, I think !

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    Re: Red dawn

    Quote Originally Posted by MilT0s View Post
    Jeff the landscape one is a beuty. I suggest you try some LCE, (Local Contrast Enhancment) to accentuate the mountains to see it that could help.

    Am is also a beauty.
    Thanks, I'll have a go at that & see what happens ...

    Liked you B&W shots on your site, I spent a summer in the Greek Islands in the early 70's - Its a wonderful country, unfortunately I didn't have a Camera at the time ...

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    Re: Red dawn

    Quote Originally Posted by jprzybyla View Post
    Both nicely done. The landscape is picturesque, I don't think you could have captured it better and the dog... the expression says it all.
    Thanks Joe !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fit View Post
    beautiful- as I've said before, I envy your locale!
    Thanks for the feedback - right now we have high winds & driving sleet ! Better on Thursday I hope but right now we are confined to the house !

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    Re: Red dawn

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Buckley View Post
    Gorgeous landscape. Thanks for sharing it!
    Thanks Mike, much appreciated.

    I'm interested in your 180mm prime, which model is it & what do you use it for ? I'm looking for a telephoto prime for action shooting ....
    Last edited by escaladieu; 4th December 2012 at 04:54 AM.

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    Re: Red dawn

    Both good images. A great sky behind the snowy mountains and a classic portrait of the dog.

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    Re: Red dawn

    Great pairing of images, Jeff. The first, a beautiful serene landscape; and the second an, exuberant friend! I really like the energy in the second capture, though. Well done.

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