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  • #16
    Originally posted by chalkie7 View Post
    Great shots David...I'm definitely drawn to the first shot myself.
    Thank you so much Chalkie. I'm glad you like them.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by leonaashlee View Post
      David DH, you will know what I think of these....AMAZING...you are simply the best...and yes I know that's from a song....but I mean it.
      You have outdone yourself David my friend.
      I love you..
      Hugs XXX
      LML
      Aww thank you so much Leona. Your comments are always so kind and encouraging. Yep I know that song..I had a lot of luck with the settings.

      love and hugs back.
      David DH xx
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      • #18
        Dave - Is this Preston, Lancashire? WOW - It looks so glam - fabulous shots. You learn something new every day, I live about thirty miles away and never knew Preston had a marina. These shots should be used to advertise it, and I agree with you, the second one is the best.

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        • #19
          Hi Dave, I agree the 2nd one is my fave too, mainly because of the sailboats and their reflections in the water. All and all good shots!
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          • #20
            Amazing shots. Very nice sets, likes them all

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            • #21
              Dave, I peeked at these on your Flickr! Very nice set, and I really love that second one a lot. You've gotten some great linear perspective in the lights and reflections, and the boats with their reflections add so much interest. So well done -- thanks for sharing your artistry with us.
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              • #22
                Beautiful night photography. Love the rows of lights. TFS.
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                • #23
                  WOW Dave!!!

                  First and foremost, HELLO!! It's been a while, and I hope you are doing well and fully recovered.

                  If these images are any reflection of how you are doing, it is obvious you have made a full recovery and are quite possibly a few years younger!! Really really beautiful work my friend. I cannot choose a favorite, truly, though that first one captures my attention because of the beautiful blue sky and the contrasting orange lights. Just lovely!!!
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                  • #24
                    It's a good thing no one is in here with me cause I am sitting here saying "wow" over and over
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                    • #25
                      So beautiful and wonderful ... i have no words .... you are simply the best and you give the best David
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                      • #26
                        There must be an echo in my laptop cause I keep seeing is "WOW!" And I keep saying it, also! What a great set, Dave! I love the second shot with the boats in it. TFS.

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                        • #27
                          Excellent shots Dave...Love them all...Beautiful composition esp. the first one...TFS...
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                          • #28
                            Great photo's Dave, you did an excellent job.
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                            • #29
                              Wow, Those are great - we can hardly wait for your next "first attempt". TFS.
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                              • #30
                                wow , that is so amazing, i hope one day ill take good picture like that. i really need to join this flixr.
                                nikon d50, 18-55mm, that it for now.

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