Sunset Cliffs

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  1. abraxas

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    A couple of tidepool photos I finished before my computer junked out earlier tonight (have to redo the other 3 some other time).

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    Wow....great shots....I like both of them.....whats ur settings?
     
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    Very nice! You made the "June Gloom" look very beautiful.
     
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    nice shots - #1 being my fav
     
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    Very nice :) No #1 be my favourite of the 2 I think :)
     
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    I really like #1, is that a long exposure? What were your settings for that one?

    #2 is bleeeeh. Composition wise it looks perfect, but the subject matter is unappealing. It looks like oil and sewage just stagnating. Gives me an ugly feeling. But hey, if your goal was to evoke a feeling, then i guess great picture. If your goal was to evoke a pleasant feeling, then the picture has problems.
     
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    Beautiful as always. You continue to amaze :)
     
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    Terrific. I never tire of looking at your photos.
     
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    Thank you-
    #1 is 30 sec, f25, lo2 iso- d300
    #2 is 6 sec, f22, 100 iso- d80 I believe with a polarizer mounted.

    Thanks. I have a couple other shots that I'll redo once I get back into the mode. I actually prefer days like that in many ways.

    Thanks- Me too.

    Thank you. Yep, 1.

    Yes, the second has issues. I was aware of them prior to posting.

    Thanks prick.

    Thank you Dmitri.

    Thanks.

    Note: I'm off my game the last couple days, but thank you all again for the comments. Best.
     
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    Wonderful shots!! Two thumbs up.
     
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    stuning. love the color and quietest both evoke. congrats, great job.
     
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    Thanks. I tried to make the most of it.

    Thank you. Maybe tomorrow night I'll have a chance to reedit the others without the computer gumming up on me. The unfortunate, but still beautiful colors and lines present a challenge I'm sure I can overcome.
     

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