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    The Edge of Darkness

    E5; 1/1000 sec, ISO 200

    Zuiko 7-14/4, f/4.5, 14mm, ISO 200, -1/3
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    That's a very interesting shot. Dramatic. I like it. It reminds me of the hills around Vacaville, California.

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    some people dont like the dark corner on the left foreground

    that was South Australia, you would find both places not too dissimilar
    Ive seen parts around Monterey that when it dries off in summer, look so alike you couldn't tell the difference
    likewise Ca has eucalyptus trees, acacia shrubs etc
    even the cars,
    not far from that location, Pontiac GTO's used to be built here and exported to the US
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    Ok, well I think it adds to the other shadow in the center, maybe balancing them out? Would be nice to see it larger, though.

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    yeah not sure what I was thinking there
    still in fits my monitor just fine
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    Oh... that's because I had everything on my screen smaller than average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnF View Post
    Oh... that's because I had everything on my screen smaller than average.

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    Good idea. Those are nice gadgets to have.

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