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    Posted: 23 March 2020 at 01:49
Shot over two nights this weekend around the same locale - favourite close by spots we like to go as a fam. Recently tide has been low around sunset and its a great place to "social distance".

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Thanks for looking!


Cheers

Mike



Edited by WestCoastCannuck - 23 March 2020 at 02:06
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Of course, #6 is the winner for me - simple, clean and tells a story (or lets the viewer fill-in-the-blank).
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Yeah, number 6 is definitely the winner here. The first shots are like practice shots for when you had a story to tell.
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Originally posted by Roger Rex Roger Rex wrote:

Of course, #6 is the winner for me - simple, clean and tells a story (or lets the viewer fill-in-the-blank).
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Thanks much! I had a great deal of trouble picking number 6.... as you can imagine, I had several to choose from... different compositions, but all really similar in that they were Zach, with the big water and sky.

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Great set, Mike, of which #4 and of course #6 are the stand-outs for me.
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There is a phantastic mood in these images, Mike - glad you caught it for us!

I really cannot say what I love most - each and every one has its special appeal and is different!

Great work!

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Surely #6 is from a scene in The Martian! It's my favourite too, great work Mike. TFS
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