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  1. FuryofNature

    FuryofNature TPF Noob!

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    November. 2005. Manasquan, NJ. Freezing!

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    Comments Appreciated! Thanks for looking.

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    dig it :thumbup:
     
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    Did you clone some stuff out in the sand?

    You did a good job of getting the cold across very well!:thumbup:
     
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    Nope. No cloning. I am on dial up and have noticed things i upload have much less resolution than on my computer. That could be it, maybe? I didn't do any cloning though.

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    Could be! It does kinda look like bad jpeg artifacts although the file size should mean it isn't too compressed!:confused:
     
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    Yeah, the pictures looks like something happened when is was shrunk down, but still a very good pictures, very cold looking
     
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    yeah i think its the dial up. its the same resolution as all the others ive posted and that never happened before. I was always on cable. Sorry that the pic is crappy looking. I dont know how to fix it.
     

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