Cabo, Mexico

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  1. oCyrus55

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    Here are three more shots from my vacation. Hopefully I get more responses with these...

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    Thanks for looking!
     
  2. gmarquez

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    I love the first one...I tend to like blatant neon colors, but the pastels here are really nice! The semi-long exposure of the surf gives a nice texture to the water.

    I like the second one, but it is a bit underexposed for my taste. I like the sand texture.
     
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    K thanks!
     
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    My favorite is #2, but I love them all. Nice job!

    Looks like you had yourself a nice vacation. :)
     
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    I like #1, nice colors and the long exposure gives the clouds and surf a impressionist painting look.
     
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    Beautiful! My only gripe is the centered horizon in the first two. In the first, i'd crop off the bottom a bit. In the second, I'd crop some from the sky.

    Seeing the waves with a bunch of motion blur is pleasing. Not typical, but pleasing. Nicely done.
     
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    Thanks everyone. Yeh, it was a great vacation. I still have pictures I most post sometime.
     
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    #3 is superb....#1 just appears 'out of focus'...i know its not...the long exposure blurs the waves, but it would have worked better for a much longer exposure to REALLY BLUR the waves
     
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    I love #3. It is a totally different surf shot. Very original. I can't wait to go back to Mexico.
     
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    I agree. #3 is a great shot. All are good.
     
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    Thanks everyone! I thought doing some long exposures would result with some uncommon beach photos. But, trust me, I have plenty of "common" beach photos :)
     

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