Cold Sunrise

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  1. Stinger

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    Here are some pictures taken last Friday and Saturday morning in the cold. C&C Welcome.

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  2. Getson

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    Very nice! I like that shot of the Dingle!!
     
  3. A~Photography

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    Beautiful :)
     
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    Wonderful images!!
     
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    do ya gotta have a long lens to get a shot like this? (you shot from horshoe island didnt ya? longest lens i got is 18-55
     
  6. Stinger

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    I actually took the Northwest Arm shots from the sidewalk along Quinpool. I started at Horseshoe Island but couldn't get the angles I wanted. The pictures were taken with a 70-300 lens. Thanks for the compliments!
     
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    really i didnt think you could see it from up there awaesome! ok i soo need a bigger lens
     
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    Nice shots ...
    When did you take that shot of the tug boat and light house… I have a shot similar… I was down at the waterfront on Sat. morning…
     
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    #4 is win for me. i wish there was a slightly more spread out comp on 2
     
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    Love them all, but there is something about #6 that keeps me coming back for more. The color.. the big sun.. the mist.... the "bird"... it's just an awesom shot! Great job mang!
    Edit: I think it's the "bird"... w/o it the shot isn't complete! :)
     
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  11. Stinger

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    I got that shot on Saturday morning at around 8:00 AM. I was on the wharf near Murphy's.
     
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    They are excellent - and a testament to your fortitude to be out there shooting :kekeke:

    I shivered with cold looking at #2. Brrr. :bowdown:
     
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    All very nice, no. 4 is my fav.
     
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    4 is great. 6 as well. Brownie points for getting out there in that cold... I debated going out... but my bed was too warm. You lose some brownie points for cropping. :lol::o
     
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    I see what you mean about the cropping - I'll compose more carefully next tiime!
     

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