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My first attempt at a sunset HDR. Shot with bracketing on the Nokia Camera.

 

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Wow. That's close. Those islands were always nice to visit for a day trip of fishing and kayaking, though.

 

 

Yeah, it's pretty close.  I always am mad though when I am not there and Air Force One does touch and go's at Harrisburg.  Once or twice a month, every month Air Force One does Touch and Go's.  I miss it everytime.  I was there once and didn't have my camera.  That plane is insanely big.  I want to get a nice picture of it lining up with Three Mile Island to lane.  

 

Yeah we've taken a boat up and around Three Mile Island,  they don't care,  they do have signs where to not go through. 

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Nice. I always find the coolest things/most interesting things to take pictures of along railroad tracks.
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Yeah, it's pretty close.  I always am mad though when I am not there and Air Force One does touch and go's at Harrisburg.  Once or twice a month, every month Air Force One does Touch and Go's.  I miss it everytime.  I was there once and didn't have my camera.  That plane is insanely big.  I want to get a nice picture of it lining up with Three Mile Island to lane.  

 

Yeah we've taken a boat up and around Three Mile Island,  they don't care,  they do have signs where to not go through. 

Ahh. I've seen her flying over head once visiting home. Scared me, as the plane was HUGE! It took me a minute to notice the blue/white paint scheme.

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Nice. I always find the coolest things/most interesting things to take pictures of along railroad tracks.

 

 

Glad you like it! 

 

I'm very much the same way. I really love the worn out, rusted, the old and discarded. There can be some really great feeling accompanying the object.

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I'm guessing based on the sig, the gun is yours, but has nothing to do with teh autoshow pics :p Cool photo.

yeah its mine but its a photo thread so I thought id share it lol.

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Great photos.

 

Gun picture: You took it while the gun is placed in the trunk ? 

 

If so, that's great idea since it has black background to match the gun. 

 

I went to the park yesterday and ended up with non-working auto-focus lens...  So I will try to go out today to take pics of something that may be interesting to me.

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Great photos.

 

Gun picture: You took it while the gun is placed in the trunk ? 

 

If so, that's great idea since it has black background to match the gun. 

 

I went to the park yesterday and ended up with non-working auto-focus lens...  So I will try to go out today to take pics of something that may be interesting to me.

Yep I did it in the trunk lol.

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Kodak World Headquarters - Rochester, NY.

 

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Lumia 920:

F: 2.0

ISO: 100

EXP: 1/1866 sec

 

Edited with Luminance HDR

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