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Powerstroke

BWCA July '06

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Here's my first submission to the photo forum so be gentle. I don't do any PP cause I have no idea what to get or what to fix. I'm open to suggestions since my wife and I are spending almost as much time taking photos as we do fishing in the BWCA.

I have a Nikon Coolpix L1. Its our first digi cam, but we chose it for its extended optical zoom, macro mode and all the optional scene modes to help a newbie.

Fog in the morning, Beaver Lake.

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Moonrise over Beaver Lake. From a tripod with one of the night modes on. I took several photos til I got the right scene mode. Bringing the tripod was great for group timer photos and these nightime long exposure shots. campingpicsBWCA048.jpg

A water spider. One of my favorite macro shots.

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White water lily The wife wanted one photo. Took 3 days to find the perfect one to photograph.

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Portage landing from Beaver Lake to Adams Lake. My wifes favorite pic.

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Hey Powerstroke, that first and last shot do it for me!! Keep bringing those nice shots for all of us to see. wink.gif

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I like #1 and the last shot myself, really great job. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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    • Good yo hear from you again!  Hope your search for property goes well and your time in stand is fruitful.
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