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Uploaded: 07/25/04 11:13 PM GMT
Cygnet
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Spent the day in Tasmania yesterday looking at houses built to be environmentally friendly. Snapped this view late in the day in a town called Cygnet - three shots joined together.

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mum42
07/26/04 12:13 AM GMT
Fantastic work - Doesn't Tasmania have some lovely places....
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never give up
bjb
07/26/04 12:27 AM GMT
Super job! Seemless as far as I can see. Beautiful clear panaoramic view.
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B.J. ;)
::mayne
07/26/04 3:35 AM GMT
This is definately my favourite in your wonderful gallery Steb...it is absolutely perfect. What a beautiful display:-)
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Darryl
::JOHANNA
07/26/04 6:13 AM GMT
Marvelous image as always!!!
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Carpe diem.
::icenine
07/26/04 1:38 PM GMT
A truly remarkable capture the composition and detail are excellent and just to give it that edge the reflection is supurb well done
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- pixels are only the beginning unless you started at the end -
trisbert
07/26/04 2:23 PM GMT
Thatís superb Steb. Perfect in every way.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them thatís important. Ruth Ross
::kchristine
07/26/04 5:18 PM GMT
What a beautiful shot. This is such a great panorama view. Favorites for this one.
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Cheers. It's kileychristine!
Steb
07/26/04 11:07 PM GMT
Thanks Gaz/Icenine. The composition was easy. It was just sitting there and this was all that was available between the trees on the shore. The detail - well it helps to put several photo's together so you end up with more pixels that by simple cropping one photo. It helps to improve the contrast and sharpen slightly in Photoshop, but at the end of the day my little A$200 28-90mm is very good as long as it is not wide open. And even so I am saving for a 24-70, which everyone tells me is a sharp as can be.

Steb
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"What other reason could there be to get up in the morning except to set ourselves free." If my comment on your work ever seems to criticise, it does not. It is always so that we may learn together.
::photoimagery
07/27/04 6:19 AM GMT
Wish I were there. great capture and I like the long narrow. You've cropped out all the useless and distracting parts of the image. My Respects.
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cyberkat
07/27/04 3:45 PM GMT
WOW! Beautiful place and great pic Steb!!

It looks very peaceful and relaxing. :-)
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::reese
08/04/04 7:43 PM GMT
Excellent photo, Steb. I'm normally not a fan of borders, but it works well here.
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"No man's life, liberty or fortune is safe while our legislature is in session." (-Benjamin Franklin)
tommy62
08/05/04 6:43 AM GMT
Nice image!
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" Get the birds viewpoint on life"
neez
08/05/04 7:42 AM GMT
Great shot and good work Steb. I like the reflections.
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~Let it be as it is desired~
dusa1947
03/07/05 12:41 AM GMT
Pristine. As I go through your portfolio, I am in awe of your ability. You take wonderful pictures.
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::nigelmoore
10/18/07 10:06 PM GMT
Well deserved rating, this is special. I'm very glad it's still coming up as a Featured Image.
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"Whatever you're interested in, go for it. You can only find your voice if you're not intimidated by doing stuff that's been done before." Alec Soth
.tndr
09/22/11 1:51 PM GMT
Great shot!
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