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The Reason Holidays On Maui Are So Difficult

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    Is that eventually you have to come home!!!

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    yeah, there is that. looks like you had a good time.
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    You had me scratching my head there for a minute. The 5th shot is nice....like the silhouette effect. You can keep that last one though!

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    Beautiful set. Really like the silhouette one.

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    Lovely set, really dig shot 2!
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    Thanks WD, Aub, Asnow and Marko for the comments. Yes I remember when you went there Marko and the pictures you shared. It certainly presents lots of new photography challenges for composition and exposure compensation. I used my circular polarizer a lot around the water, which is to say almost all the time during the day. Mike
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