yesterdays randomness

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  1. pursuer

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    Nothing special, just some shots I took yesterday morning.

    I thought I was in trouble when the dog in the last shot came sprinting towards me out of nowhere, but it turned out he just wanted to play. he kept dropping a piece of ashphalt at my feet so I would throw it for him. Unfortunatly it seemed he always managed to bump my tripod at the worst time, lol. I eventually just started throwing his "toy" in the bushes, that would keep him out my hair for a little while.

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    thanks for looking
     
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    the photoes are great. i like. i just have some points for you:
    1. was there an option for a picture of the horses a little closer?
    2. the skies on the 1st & 4th photoes are a little boring. maybe try some editting.
     
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    Thanks Sk8man, I was as close as I could get without tresspassing and jumping fences. The second shot gives a pretty good idea how far away from them I was, I used my 200mm zoom for the first shot. I would have loved to have gotten closer, maybe next time. I already darkend the sky a tad in the first shot and there isn't much left to salvage in the last. I agree niether sky is exactly spectacular. A graduated neutral density filter would have come in handy. Thanks for the comment :)
     
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    great colors and a cool setting. haven't we seen this structure before? i think i remember it's architecture. anyway, well done as always!!!
     
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    Same thing I was thinking. but, I like them as they are too.
     
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    2 and 3 are awesome, but all are great looking photos.
     
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    Thanks guys, yes Jon I posted a couple shots of this spot a couple of weeks ago, but I had to go back to see what it looked like after the leaves changed :)
     
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    it definitely paid off!
     
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    Nice work,,,looks like these could be used as postcards almost
     

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