Working 9 to 5??

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  1. flyingseale

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    Well, actually it was more like 5 to 9. The weather has been superb for my Easter vacation so I got up early for the sunrise and then went back to get the sunset. Location is Bratley View, New Forest

    1. HDR of the sunrise
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    2. Sunset with stacked ND grad and blue grad

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    That is unreal! Great shot. I really like the first one. And I think the second one would have looked better without the log, IMO
     
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    Very nice, great wide angle. Personally I like the foreground content regarding the log.

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    Peter Witham
     
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    Hmmm!!! It doesnt get much better than these!!!!

    Amazing shots...im truly jealous
     
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    I like the log- kinda gives something to fix on in the foreground.
     
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    great shots
     
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    Wow, both those shots are gorgeous but I LOVE LOVE LOVE the last one. I think the log is a great feature.
     
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    :stun: Wow wow wow!! Gorgeous!
     
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    By the way, as you seem to know better places in the New Forest I might just follow you on the meetup :lol:
     
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    Not sure about that, but part of my reasoning for these excursions is to find a few locations that are 'sort-of' on my way to/from work and to see if any would make good spots for the meet-up. Bratley View is certainly a possibility. It's a minute or so (by car) from the Bolderwood carpark, so there is open heathland, a lake, some interesting lone trees and the mature trees of bolderwood all within striking distance. Adam Burton has quite a few images from this area on his website.
    http://www.adam-burton.co.uk/GalleryNewForest001.htm
     
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    Beautiful!!!!
     
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    These are amazing shots! :thumbup: #2 is my pick, I love the perfect reflection.
     

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