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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    this looks dark here at work...hmmmm, oh well....posting it anyway, i like the reflection. this fountain is located across from the capitol.

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    thanks for looking.
     
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    Not to dark here. Pretty neat shot. Love the glare. Now back to my hambuger.
     
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    Work? I thought you just hunted crows? As always great shot.
     
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    beautiful....very serene....(is that a crow in the top left??)
    oh, and i like it kinda dark.....(make up your own jokes, thank you very much...)

    this reminds me of the dark fountains in my back yard that you posted a while back, jon...i figure anicole will respond now...dang it.
     
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    Cool shot ....I really dig the reflection.
     
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    this reminds me of the dark fountains in my back yard that you posted a while back, jon...i figure anicole will respond now...dang it.[/QUOTE]

    Yeah, except the rocks in this one are real, whereas yours are petrified bones, skulls, etc. and this water APPEARS black ...... your mote water IS!

    Drink up me hearties!:sexywink:
     
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    Beautiful reflection (it does look a little dark to me here too, but I know how that can be different from computer to computer)
     
  8. JonMikal

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    thanks everyone
     
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    I'll bet you do! :lmao:

    Oh, the picture, well, it's a dark picture, but that's what makes it work, imo. Another winner, jon...
     
  10. JonMikal

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    thanks Joe.
     
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    The quality of the reflection is what makes this picture stand out IMO. What kind of shutter speed did you have on this? The water looks pretty smooth is why I ask. Anyway im straying again, I like it a lot and the detail is excellent which is truly what I look for in pictures.
     

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