monthly photo thread (?)

Discussion in 'Photography / Video' started by Michael Thompson, Jul 8, 2009.

  1. Off topic I know but, what a blast spring training is!
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  2. Baseball is not off topic.
     
  3. i second this.
     
  4. A few shots of mine. I hope you guys like them.


    A nice hen from the Cow.
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    Fall foliage in New England.

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    I know not fishing related but I like this shot of the stock exchange bull. Took it in 2006.

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    A shot of Downtown San Fran.

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  5. Wild Virginia brown trout.

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    I love this Run.

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    Lower Hoh

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    Rain on the Duc

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    Rainbow dreams.

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  6. Fly selection, morning fog

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    Sulfurs on the battenkill

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    Pig

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  7. Adams pool on the Matapedia.

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    The Haul

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    Office meeting, Skagit

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    Dog days.

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  8. Lunch at the bar.

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    Dirty

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    What to use now?

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  9. Damn John, every one of those photos are awesome.
     
  10. Buckner and his amazing casting ability.

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    The enigma

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    Morning fog on the matapedia.

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  11. John, great photos, thanks for sharing them, and please give your dog a scratch behind the ears for me!

    Regards,
    Kenneth
     
  12. Thanks Kenn that is actually Fullerfly's dog.
     
  13. Good stuff, man. I really like the morning fog one. Well done.
     
  14. i also enjoyed the morning fog image alot!
     
  15. That Morning Fog is awesome John. Very Good!
     
  16. Nice shots Randall.

    Sunset at the mouth of the Skagit.
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  17. This is what happens when you edit on a laptop that is not plugged in (screen is darker then normal).

    so yea ill have to reedit this one.

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  18. Sometimes I wonder about the photos that I edit on my lap top that is plugged in. Just the angle on the screen can make a huge difference on how dark/light the image appears.
     

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