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Love these pictures. I too just purcjased the Nikon D70 and you are inspiring.
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Joy

Oh Wow! I love these........What a fabulous house! - and I just love the little bird - is that a blue-bird?
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Glad to see a Canadian in your pictures! LOL.
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Rosemary

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Im jealous!!<img border='0' src='/images/icons/smile.gif'>

Wow, what an amazing home? And you're correct...soe questions are best left unasked...(grin.
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Hope you had a nice time...I LOVE travelling in the US, everyine is so friendly!

Thanks so much, Kim! As for the house... I wish! This was an old plantation home that the gentleman in the right of the photo bought and has been restoring. Supposedly it's haunted by dead Confederate soldiers (ha!). The home owner was a riot... he's a Southern good ol' boy, the kind of down-to-earth person you'd expect to be changing the oil in your car, yet he has lavishly restored and furnished this amazing old home with priceless antiques. No clue how he can afford to do this, and we didn't ask!!

Hey bee-yoo-tiful work, I LOVE the shot of the wee bird. Lovely. Frameable.
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Tell me that this isnt your house (green with envy)'.....
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Project - A few D70 shots from this week: CC welcome!
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Project - A few D70 shots from this week: CC welcome!
by MrsJohnnyG
posted 06/19/04 at 01:37 PM
Galleries: Photography

John and I returned last night from visiting Tennessee, so of course I took the opportunity to play with my D70. These are a few shots taken with my Sigma APO II 70-300 and the kit lens… I did some minor cropping and levels adjustment, but some of these still need some work. The bird, for instance, seems a bit dull and soft, and the water in the turtle shot is much muddier-looking than the vibrant blue it really was (I didn't have my circular polarizer on, for one thing). Any and all suggestions for post-processing (I use PSCS), composition, or anything at all would be greatly appreciated! TFL!

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