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Old 22nd November 2010
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More mist with the E500
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Re: Low Visibility

I like this a lot Keith. It's nice to see a sharp foreground with the frost on the grass and the reeds contrasting with the misty background and the trees almost as silhouettes. Oh,and reflections as well.

Thanks for sharing.
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Re: Low Visibility

Very nice Keith, the warmth of the reeds contrasting with cool tones of the rest of image really works well.
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Re: Low Visibility

I like that! I'll really have to get out more on misty days!
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Re: Low Visibility

Thanks everyone...yes it does pay to get out...not only was it a chance for some mist shots but also bright sunny ones above the mist

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Re: Low Visibility

A very nice composition. To sum it up in one word... Brrrrilliant.
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Re: Low Visibility

I agree with Olypaul's statement. The image really jumps out and I was trying to work out why for a while. Then I realised it was the reeds.

This is another example of the quality of that 8MP Kodak sensor coming through?

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Re: Low Visibility

"Oh that's very nice", were the words out of my mouth.
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