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Old 10-05-2008, 03:28 AM   #661
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Wow I love your tree pics V V
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Don't know if this is Scenic LOL with the sky in the background. It was a Rainy day the night before and in the early morning, but it became sunny in the afternoon for the Zoostation U2 Coverband show and after taking this it reminded me of the Under A Blood Red Sky Cover, except not red.

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Keep the colorful season changing pics coming because we don't experience that here in San Diego. I love the change of seasons. Last fall I was in Ireland and Great Britain and the scenery, especially in the Scottish Highlands were just gorgeous and so colorful.
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I was trying Macro and Super Macro today but all turned out too dark and not that detailed. Have to keep practicing if weather allows to.
Will put some pictures of trees in Fall color together. It's amazing how the do look like at the moment. And they turned so suddenly you first didn't recognize it. Then one day I went out and was thinking: "Wow, they have all been green just a day ago."
super macro ! my old canon had a super macro modus and now the new
canon does not have it.
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Old 10-05-2008, 04:55 PM   #665
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Awsome pics everyone! Simply beautiful!

Went to this place called Pink Lake last week...the sould call it Green Lake instead!



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Little benches made of rocks! They're so comfortable too!



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Don't know if this is Scenic LOL with the sky in the background. It was a Rainy day the night before and in the early morning, but it became sunny in the afternoon for the Zoostation U2 Coverband show and after taking this it reminded me of the Under A Blood Red Sky Cover, except not red.


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^Could you leave the flag white? But great work!

It has rained and now the leaves are dropping.
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awesome kingsofsorrow.
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thanks. i just received my UABRS dvd and felt "inspired".
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WOW Can I tell how much I love this thread!

All your pics are inspiring and beautifuL!
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Some more from today. It has rained yesterday and today and the leaves are dropping pretty quickly:



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the desert rose blooming on my front porch right now

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oooooohhhhh, that is gorgeous.
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^ thanks

A few photos from the San Diego Wild Animal Park last week

















(all pics taken by my daughter)
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Great photos everyone!

Liesje, your photos are always so breathtakingly amazing.

Leif, I LOVE the Indian Summer pictures, I totally love a beautiful autumn.

Anna, NICE, I love the "northern" feeling of your pictures. What camera do you use?
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^Canon A720 IS. I bought it in May and I'm still content with it! I'm not very good with all that technical stuff, but the Canon A series are all very easy to handle. The cost/performance ratio is also ok.
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^ Oh yes, that's a great camera, I actually thought about buying it because I'm currently looking for a new camera. It has a great zoom and the picture quality is very good. The only thing I didn't like so much was the size and weight of the camera. Price is okay.
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^Canon A720 IS. I bought it in May and I'm still content with it! I'm not very good with all that technical stuff, but the Canon A series are all very easy to handle. The cost/performance ratio is also ok.
It has no macro? I have an A460 which is a 2-3 year old model and the cheapest ($99) and it has a super macro setting.
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It has no macro? I have an A460 which is a 2-3 year old model and the cheapest ($99) and it has a super macro setting.
Sure the 720IS has a macro modus, but not a super macro. Actually I had the 460 before and I really thought the new one will have it too. Not that it does not make good pictures, I was just used to the super macro setting
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