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Thanks very much, Sonny, Carsten! I lightened up the shadows indeed. And...at least one person out there obeying my wishes...;-)

Cheers, Erik

I agree with Carsten on this one. For me it's part of the charm of Photochain. Good night, you guys. Greetings from Belgium (België for Erik, Belgien für Carsten), Christophe

Thank you very much, all of you, and have a good night!

Erik

Thanks Carsten! You gave me a nice start and a perfect follow up. At last I could use one of my few good cloud shots. Wondered if the clouds and skies are sold out now? ;-)

Greetings, Erik

it is, in fact, one big lake! (and a very beautiful, too!) also a very nice route that you went, but i recommend to go to utsjoki at least once, it's such a lovely place!

Maybe we have to put a warning for the users 'Photo chain can be highly addictive and is not fit for the weak of mind!' LOL:)))

Thank you Erik, it was in the garden of the castle Benrath in Düsseldorf. And they had a lot of pattern made with flowers. My head overfilled with these patterns. So at home when I watched it I thought, hey a X. I was totally confused with patterns. It is result of digital fotography. You don't have limitation on the amount of pictures you take. Maybe that is a negative effect like not using a fixed focal length lense like the old 50mm. Sometimes you are shooting around. I try to stop that.

Greetings,

Carsten

Thanks, Carsten! I like the Canon colors. They're punchy and saturated, but not too much. Not all camera's would reproduce it this way and it was really blue I can assume.

Cheers, Erik

Hi John,

I took it underwater but they were just below the surface (2 to 3 meters, max). It was an amazing sight. We came back from our dive, swimming towards the beach again and there they were: a living ball of fish. This photo was taken while swimming through. A really nice experience.

Cheers, Christophe

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