Lummi Island set

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  1. Remi M.

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    I took these a few days ago. All taken on Lummi Island or heading towards. Lummi island is in Washington State, west of belingham (north of Seattle).

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    one word STUNNING
    there isn't a bad thing about any of those shots
    They are all that good I can't even pick a favorite one
    5 & 7 come close but I just can't decide between them :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
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    wow, thank you :)
     
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    Wonderful...absolutely gorgeous. I want the seascape ones as posters even. The last one is by far my favorite solidifying how much I would love to go up there and see it for myself.
    Thank you, these are great!!

    -Fiona
     
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    Awesome shots!!!
     
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    Whoa. Were you like...in the water for #6? haha
     
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    Thank you all :)

    The Finisher: Heh, I was close. That "monster" wave was only a few cm tall. :)
     
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    Fantastic shots!

    I particularly like #2 and #6
     
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    Great shots!

    I only live a couple of hours south of there and have never been to the place. Now I have to go.
     
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    Really good shots i like them all, hard to say which one is favorite probably #2. Real good job brilliant shots.
     
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    i like how on that rock/trunk on 7 you can see the bit you did a macro of on 1. One is my fave.
     
  12. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The brilliance (is that a word?) and sharpness in all these is amazing, the day was PERFECT, wasn't it?
    I am fascinated by your close-ups (1) but since I am a sucker for vanishint points in pics, I also must love Photo 2.
    The boats in Photo 3 catch my eye (probably because I spent a week on a boat until earlier today) and I find they are very much on dry land ... they can't even be swaying too much ;). Ours was always on water, and the swaying just won't leave me, not even all these hours after we had to give it back to the owner from whom we chartered it for the week... ;)).

    I like the detail in Photo 4 ...

    ... but my favourite of all is the one that depicts the trunk of which you took the detail shot (1) and its surroundings.
     

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