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What a beautiful capture!

Hi Verburg,

Magnificent, classical!

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Thank you Bokalaci & Llorenç Ll.

Ja, je hebt gelijk Els, het wordt tijd voor wat lente op mijn pagina, ben de laatste tijd meer bezig met vogels en zo.

Het ziet er inderdaad zo uit Arina, maar de werkelijkheid is dat ik dit in een flits zag gebeuren, twee keer geklikt heb, en één ervan was goed. Instellen had ik geen tijd voor, dus dat was vooral geluk.

Wolfpage you enjoy the place when is like this away from the hustle and bustle. glad you like it as well.


Ładnie pokazane miejsce, kompozycja i kolory! L

Kind regards from America, Nikos, and thank you for your visit, Like and Favorite.

I recently obtained a Rokinon 12mm f/2.0 for Sony E-Mount, and I know this lens is going to require me to do a little learning to use well.

So after doing some reading, I put "ultrawide -fisheye" into a google image search. I pick out ten examples that seem to stand out, and end up at a photo by my friend Kevin Childress. I didn't realize it was yours until after I opened it. Well done, Kevin. I think the HDR is more cooked than I would have done, but it doesn't ruin the image.

I'm guessing that you were well under a foot from the pedistal. Do you remember?

I like this too😀😀😀😀

Thank you very much Christos! Greetings, Jim

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