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I took this photo in Dunnellon, Florida, and thought you might value it. There are others in the album that you may enjoy reviewing. Be well.

http://www.johnrearden.com/photos1/display...bum=1&pos=0

John Rearden

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I took this photo in Dunnellon, Florida, and thought you might value it. There are others in the album that you may enjoy reviewing. Be well.

http://www.johnrearden.com/photos1/display...bum=1&pos=0

John Rearden

Wonderful photos, John. What type of camera and what settings did you use? Hand held or tripod?

Thanks for posting.

Paul

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Wonderful photos, John. What type of camera and what settings did you use? Hand held or tripod?

Thanks for posting.

Hi Paul,

I think all photos in the album were taken without my tripod. My camera is an older one, but I love it and have no plans to upgrade -- a Sony Cyber-shot Smart Zoom DSC-P72 (3.2 megapixels).

Be well.

John

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Taken in The Villages, Florida (a retirement community), 05/31/2009 (photo taken with my iPhone):

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I took this photo in Dunnellon, Florida, and thought you might value it. There are others in the album that you may enjoy reviewing. Be well.

http://www.johnrearden.com/photos1/display...bum=1&pos=0

John Rearden

Wonderful photos, John. What type of camera and what settings did you use? Hand held or tripod?

Thanks for posting.

Paul

Seems to be a problem with the link. It doesn't open for me.

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I took this photo in Dunnellon, Florida, and thought you might value it. There are others in the album that you may enjoy reviewing. Be well.

http://www.johnrearden.com/photos1/display...bum=1&pos=0

John Rearden

Wonderful photos, John. What type of camera and what settings did you use? Hand held or tripod?

Thanks for posting.

Paul

Seems to be a problem with the link. It doesn't open for me.

I had changed the URL. I just added a redirect; the original link given above is working now.

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Here are three more, all taken with my (handheld) iPhone:

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And three more (these taken with my Sony Cyber-shot DSC P72), including the one that began the thread, for which I originally posted only a link:

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Hey John, nice photos. You might be interested that we have a photography thread stickied in R&R. You can post your photos there, if you're so inclined. Not that you can't have your own thread; I just thought you should know.

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I took this photo in Dunnellon, Florida, and thought you might value it. There are others in the album that you may enjoy reviewing. Be well.

http://www.johnrearden.com/photos1/display...bum=1&pos=0

John Rearden

Some shots with bright sun reflecting off greenery or water would have been nice too. All the shots in the set you presented seem to have the sun hiding behind clouds. Some thick and rich cumulus clouds would have also hit the spot.

Bob Kolker

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