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    works for me - nice exposure here.
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    Thanks Marko.

    Here is another from the same location

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    wow awesome place! Sky is more exciting in shot 2.
    Volleyball net may be a distraction, not sure.
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    Thanks Marko, I appreciate your comments

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    wow awesome place!
    Yeah it is close to home, but I think we tend to take these places for granted when we live there. When I saw some weather coming in I thought I would take the new kit out for a trial run.

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    Yes it is a few minutes later but there is also a bit more dramatic post processing involved.

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    Volleyball net may be a distraction, not sure.
    I had mixed feeling about this. I have also had mixed comments about it too - balance vs distraction. In retrospect I wish I had taken a few steps backward and included the whole net
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    These are nice and really sharp. I like the net because it lends a leading line to the horizon, sort of opposite the boardwalk. And I can easily imagine players on the beach when the weather is more settled and the tide out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbrager View Post
    These are nice and really sharp. I like the net because it lends a leading line to the horizon, sort of opposite the boardwalk. And I can easily imagine players on the beach when the weather is more settled and the tide out.
    New kit? Hmm? Maybe a Canon 5DIV? With a rectilinear wide lens, maybe the 11-24 f/4? Sometimes we have to fall into the black hole....
    Thanks MB. I appreciate the comments

    Yes - spot on, you guessed it. I had been hanging out for a 5D for a while now. First the long, long, long rumours of the mk iv always being imminent, then waiting for the price to settle - oh and having to sell a kidney
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