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Blue Dawn
This morning I had a great trip to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge near Cambridge, MD with fellow TPNer Patrick Flynn and his friend Bill Seelig. It's always fun to see how other photographers interpret the same scene when shot at the same time from the same location.

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Sat Dec 17, '11 06:59AM
Uploaded By: Roger Maki  

 

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Media ID 2011121721344358
Date Sat Dec 17, '11 06:59AM
Comments 3
Views 681
Uploaded By Roger Maki
Aperture Value f//5
Date/Time 17/12/11 06:59:53
EXIF Image Height 683 pixels
EXIF Image Width 1024 pixels
Exposure Bias 0 EV
Flash No Flash
Focal Length 63 mm
ISO 800
Make Sigma
Metering Mode Pattern
Model SIGMA SD14
Sensing Method One Chip Color Area Sensor
Shutter Speed Value 1/50 sec
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Patrick Flynn

Sunday, December 18 2011 @ 12:39 AM EST

Love it, Roger! Though from this you'd think mine was taken in July ;-)

I would estimate that you were seven or eight feet above my position, and maybe twenty feet north. Plus 20 minutes ahead - so you simply adjust for that, add gentle warming color shifts - et voila, this photograph!!

In reality I needed significant ND filter help towards that calm FG water - it got windy at daybreak!

Thanks again for accomodating my reschedule from October, Roger, and for welcoming Bill to the enterprise today. Looking forward to our next excursion!

Avi Hirschfield

Monday, December 19 2011 @ 12:50 AM EST

This is an excellent lesson in patience between these 3 photographs.

This photo shows more the cool/cold of the  night and absolute tranquility.

I like this a lot

Edited on Monday, December 19 2011 @ 12:52 AM EST by AVIBRAM

Richard P Schoettger

Tuesday, December 20 2011 @ 05:38 PM EST

I really like this image too and the contrast between what you captured and what Patrick captured.   Both showing off very well the colors in their unique perpective.  The cool blues here are very relaxing and the feeling of being there is very prodominent...wind in the face, smell of the ocean..etc.   Glad you posted and excellent image.