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    Too much smoke in the interior for my favorite, landscapes
    Our dog playing:



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    Nice photos - very well 'thought out' - nicely composed and splendid color.

    I always use to teach students, the way to learn photography, is to just walk around outside your house and open your eyes and learn to create.

    Those are all perfect examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majik Imaje View Post
    Nice photos - very well 'thought out' - nicely composed and splendid color.

    I always use to teach students, the way to learn photography, is to just walk around outside your house and open your eyes and learn to create.

    Those are all perfect examples.
    Thank you, sir

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    Now if I may.. .. (sir) take it one step further. You created splendid photos of the 'obvious' things you could see when walking around, (chuckle), now take the time, use your imagination, and try to find the 'art' that is not obvious. for instance, the spigot on the outside of the house, that has textures and just a drop of water hanging on it. up close so you can see the details of the threads, etc. (that is just a for instance), but if you invest the time to look and search and find what isn't obvious. I bet - I know from experience, your gonna create some truely stunning and amazing images !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majik Imaje View Post
    Now if I may.. .. (sir) take it one step further. You created splendid photos of the 'obvious' things you could see when walking around, (chuckle), now take the time, use your imagination, and try to find the 'art' that is not obvious. for instance, the spigot on the outside of the house, that has textures and just a drop of water hanging on it. up close so you can see the details of the threads, etc. (that is just a for instance), but if you invest the time to look and search and find what isn't obvious. I bet - I know from experience, your gonna create some truely stunning and amazing images !!
    Thank you very much. I sincerely appreciate your advise, and will make good use of it.

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    Always enjoy your work, Ray! Well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tull777 View Post
    Always enjoy your work, Ray! Well done!
    Thanks, Tull777

    I posted this one here before. I took the photo earlier this summer, and the bunny was the size of a tennis ball:

    Look at it today. It's huge now:

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    OK, probably one of the cutest rabbits I have ever seen!



    Is this a wild one or a pet?
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    The insect is just about dead, I imagine. It was pouring rain, so it was wet and cold


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    Like them all Ray!

    Especially the last, with the red berries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianW View Post
    Like them all Ray!

    Especially the last, with the red berries.
    Thanks, Brian

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    Great shot of the baby snowshow hare. Easy to see the full grown ones, but "leveretes." Nice catch.

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    Great Bee shot, Ray!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tull777 View Post
    Great Bee shot, Ray!
    Thanks Tull777.

    I was looking at your web site, and was amazed by your beautiful photos. But the one of the moose looking at the photographers is quite funny, but a great photo. The foliage color is incredibly beautiful.

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