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Another fine sunrise #3

Another fine sunrise #3
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Copyright: Mpampis Mantoukas (Xalkida) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Silver Note Writer [C: 93 W: 12 N: 17] (257)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2005-04-12
Categories: Sky
Camera: Sony DSC-P10, Memory Stick 256mb
Exposure: f/5.6, 1/200 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): ~~ Sunsets & Sunrises part I ~~, Skies, ~~ Clouds, Clouds and Clouds ~~ [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2005-04-24 16:18
Viewed: 5826
Points: 7
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Another fine sunrise, few moments before I go to my work.

The view is fantastic despite the ugly power lines infront of this scene. Sorry but I cann't do something to prevent them.

Anyway, the view is faboulous and the colors of the sky fantastic.

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ThreadThread Starter Messages Updated
To Active: Don't worry!Xalkida 1 12-21 12:39
To hvr_oosterzele: I agree about the power lines...Xalkida 1 04-25 10:08
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Sunrises are so hopeful, aren't they? The promise of a new,wonderful day. And not everybody will rise to greet the dawn which makes sunrises a special gift to those who do.

This could have been an amazing shot but the powerlines kill it. A little Photoshop work could do a miracle.

Great post, beautiful sky colours. But as always the pawerlines are disturbing the view.
Well done.

Hi :)
what is wrong with you? are you travelling somewhere, holiday or something? no new pictures :( I wanna admire your next photos, please post something!!!
This one is very good. In its simplicity has a faboulous estimation of sunrising:)
TFS :-) and be back here soon!
(green tomorrow)

Brilliant! I really like the long shadows. Excellent exposure. Looks like you more or less specialise in clouds, I think people take them for granted, but if we take the time to actually look every now and again, we would appreciate how beautiful they are.
Thanks for sharing!

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