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Old 1st October 2012
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Plymouth Sound

One of the first seascapes I have done with the E-M5 and 12-50.



P9080015 by JuliandeCourcy, on Flickr



P9080025 by JuliandeCourcy, on Flickr
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Re: Plymouth Sound

Two super images. I think the first one just comes out on top for me with great colour and that mist combining superbly.

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Re: Plymouth Sound

Have to agree with Hec, super images.
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Re: Plymouth Sound

Great shots, can't see any problems with either but I still don't want an EM 5.
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Re: Plymouth Sound

Super images but I have to agree with the others the first has the edge.
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Re: Plymouth Sound

Wonderfully atmospheric, super stuff.
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Re: Plymouth Sound

Done a bit of sailing around here but never seen it like this. Super shots, I'm afraid it's #2 for me.

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Re: Plymouth Sound

Both are excellent, but i would say No 2 pips it for me. I would have been over the moon to have taken these.

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Re: Plymouth Sound

Yorky...I'm curious to know why you take the time to say you don't want an E-M5......my immediate couch analysis says you do....
These two images have you almost running for your wallet don't they?
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Re: Plymouth Sound

Two great photos.

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Re: Plymouth Sound

Nice shots!
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Re: Plymouth Sound

That first image is a stunner. Great work.
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Re: Plymouth Sound

Number one - cracker

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Re: Plymouth Sound

Two great shots but number one is a stunning shot
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Re: Plymouth Sound

Ditto from me they are excellent shots. No#1 edges it for me.
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