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PostPosted: Thu May 08, 2008 6:42 am 
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I really like the first one!
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me too, that beach photograph is excellent!

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I'm with the Dangerous one, and Jim...vote me in on that beach shot.. really a lot to see in this photo, from the marks in the sand to the tide going out..
the lonely pair, echoed by the paired light posts..marching down the way, each tipping a little inwards... eggggggggggggselent!


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The firtst photo caught my eye directly! Its excellent!!


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I quite like the second one. You chose a nice perspective.

As for the first one, I must be missing something because I don't see the attraction.


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