Pics from the weekend (fireworks and creek)

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  1. dry3210

    dry3210 TPF Noob!

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    (Also took this same photo without me in it)
     
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    And the fireworks..taken with a point and shoot camera

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    I wish this pic didn't come out so dark cause the kid excited makes me chuckle. I didn't even notice he was there until after I got home and looked at the pics
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The second fire-work photo looks nice, reminds me of a passion flower. I like that one! :D

    Also the blurred water of the creek looks good. Lovely place to go to, it seems! It's hard to find rushing waters where I live to test long exposures on it... too flat all around.
     
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    I thought that one looked like a flower also. And yes the park with the creek is very nice to go to.

    Thanks for the comments
     
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    Fireworks are great, but the river shots looks a little out of focus.
     

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