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    very cool set - is this from a plane?
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    Thanks Marko.

    No on the ground - just shooting across a bit of a valley. 1 & 3 were with a pretty long focal length.

    I do still have a few to edit, and I intend to go back to the same spot when the leaves turn colour a little more.

    Not a keeper, and it hasnt had had any editing but this may give you an idea of the area.

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    a few weeks later

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    love this new set - so cool
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    I just love this, well done mate

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    These are really cool. It is really interesting how much more yellow it get in a couple of weeks. My preference is the green in the earlier shots.
    I am torn between the first and third one as my favourite. For some reason the first one just seems to jump out at me a little more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asnow View Post
    These are really cool. It is really interesting how much more yellow it get in a couple of weeks. My preference is the green in the earlier shots.
    I am torn between the first and third one as my favourite. For some reason the first one just seems to jump out at me a little more.
    We must be thinking alike. These are my thoughts as well.

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