Waterfall in Garden

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  1. Sw1tchFX

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    I decided to be a tourist for a day, and went to the Japanese Gardens on Saturday. 'bout the only thing disappointing was that they charged me $2 for bringing a tripod. Oh well, it was worth it.

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    Very nice!!
     
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    oh, thats groovy. Very nice autumn colors and i love the movement of the leaves in the foreground.
     
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    Ooooo, gorgeous!! I was there in mid-September 2006, but the leaves hadn't turned yet.
     
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    Beautiful colors.
    Nice job.
     
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    I would say the $2 was worth every penny.
     
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    Stunner, I love it!
     
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    Very beautiful!

    $2 for a tripod??? What do they charge for a monopod $.75? ;)
     
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    Great shot, looks awesome! :thumbup:
     
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    Why have the beginners here not noticed that this shot is out-of-focus and fuzzy....a rather major weakness? Any other "positive" comment is totally irrelevant. A fuzzy, blurred shot ends up in the garbage of any serious photographer.

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    And, who are you calling a beginner? You don't know me and how long I have been doing this.

    Stupid comment! I suggest yours be removed!
     
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    hmmm...how can you tell for sure that the shot is blurry and out of focus? I can't say for certain that it is, based on an image that is probably no more than 150-200 pixels across. Not trying to start an argument, I just honestly can't tell for certain from this shot that it is out of focus. Yes, there are spots that don't look sharp, but like I said it is very hard to tell if this is due to the small size or the actual photograph.
     

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