Camping in Minnesota

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  1. WNK

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    Here's a few nature-type ones from our trip this weekend...
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    very nice. i like #2 most
     
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    Love the lily pad shots:)
     
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    Numbers 2 & 3 for me. Great job!
     
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    Very nice job! #1 is a bit plain, but I suppose it should be considering I live in northern MN on a road not unlike that. #2 is simply excellent. Wonderful job! Where were you shooting from? A boat? It's absolutely beautiful. #3 is also very nice with the perfect reflection, although the color in #2 really does it for me. #4 is very pretty as well, #5 is a pretty nice sky shot though not as good as 2-4.
     
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    1, 2 and 5 are excellent stuff.
     
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    Thanks for the comments!
    The lilies were rather difficult to shoot... basically I stood at the edge of the lake, squatted down, and leaned as far forward as I could without falling in! :)
     

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