Austin creek

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  1. phototex

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    Some pics from a hike down one of Austin's many creeks. Any comments appreciated!

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  2. JonMikal

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    nice motion captures!
     
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    Very nice pictures, great motion captures, and I really like the flower one.
     
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    Nice pics, man.

    Where did you take these at?
     
  5. phototex

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    Thanks for the comments everyone.

    Sandman—These were taken in Bull creek. Near Spicewood Springs and 360. It's good to see a fellow Austinite on the board!
     
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    Nice water flow capture. What shutterspeed did you use and how did you keep the camera still?
     
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    love the first picture
     
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    Great shots. I really love the flower and the last water shot. The water makes such an interesting turn.
     
  9. phototex

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    andre_gwynt—The settings for the motion images were:

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    ISO Speed 100

    Thanks again for all the comments.
     
  10. Raymond J Barlow

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    nice job on all shots, very cool
     
  11. ClarkKent

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    Well done. I like them all...I wonder what those pictures would look like in evening light or earling morning.
     

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