Some photos that i took

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  1. James_902

    James_902 TPF Noob!

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    Photos from anerversery day

    [​IMG] 01

    [​IMG] 02

    [​IMG] 03

    at bucklands beach

    [​IMG] 04

    [​IMG] 05

    [​IMG] 06
     
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    I like that third shot the best, nice color and composition. I also like the last one, very nice scenery.
     
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    I like #6. I like #4 the most though.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You must have been on a boat, too, in order to be able to take Photos 1 and 2! Cool shooting!

    I really like the Scene from the Port. I am a sucker for photos taken in big ports with those huge cranes and the containers and all that.

    The sunset-photo is nice, too.

    Could it be that all of them are a tad too sharp? Methinks they are.......
     
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    some are a bit pixelated
     
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    Some are pixalated beacuse they were taken on film then scanned to cd, then to here.
     

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