a couple from my trip

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  1. pursuer

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    some shots from trhe last couple of days in Antigonish.

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    some IR
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    Thanks for looking :)
     
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    nice work! i tried the first a couple of times but it didnt turn out as well as yours. the second shot is really good. i like the tone; looks a bit IR, and it resembles a model train setup without the train. thanks for sharing pursuer! :thumbup:
     
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    there is something sureal about no.2, like jonmikal said, it looks like a miniture set up!
    The house on the left is really sharp.

    interesting couple of pics, like no.2 the best
     
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    Hey, these are nice.
    Who was driving in No1, and who took the photo?
    (I'm asking for a reason...!)

    No 2 inspires me to play with colours of my photos every now and then.
    This one is really interesting! I might want to change saturation and so on in some of my landscape or farm land photos, too, in some nearer future... now that you have shown me what the outcome might be...
    Inspiring!
     
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    Thanks guys, I took a lot of pics like the first one this was my favorite, I was a passenger and a coworker was driving. Im amazed that just one nut is relatively sharp while the rest were blured. The second shot was actually a 30 second exposure with a hoya R72 IR filter, my new toy :) I havn't had much time to play around with it yet, hopefully the weather is not too bad this weekend.
     
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    Both shots are very cool. I like the filter effect in number 2. I have no concerns you will not get your moneys worth.
     
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    Good photo's, the first one with one sharp nut is it pretty neat. The last one looks so cool, as others pointed out it looks like a minature, I am going to have to invest in one of those filters.
     

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