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Recently switched computers and in the process of swapping photo files found these.. from the shell beach and lagoon at Montague Harbour in BCs Gulf Islands.





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Montague is a great spot for sunsets.
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montague pics

Faster those are great photographs (not pictures)
Now explain what, where is land, water & air in the last one.

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The last looks like a shot of a branch reflecting in the water.
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Faster those are great photographs (not pictures)
Now explain what, where is land, water & air in the last one.

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The last shot is of a partially submerged branch in the lagoon you see in the second shot. Unfortunately it's not that sharp, but it's an interesting view, isn't it?
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Thanks, Skipper

The last shot is of a partially submerged branch in the lagoon you see in the second shot. Unfortunately it's not that sharp, but it's an interesting view, isn't it?
They're all good, but that branch shot was exceptionally well-composed. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks... here's another from the same evening.

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Great composition on both shots--but I like the second one better. There appeared to be some camera movement on the first shot, but the second shot is tack sharp, even better composition, and the colors are incredible.

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First two - Block Island sunsets in July.
Third - Watch Hill Marina, Fire Island, NY
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