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    All three are good images, but the third one really attracts my interest. I like the panorama format and how the electric wires seem to pass through the trees. I really like this one.
    Nice to see an other part of the world I know hardly anything about. It is always nice to tell a little bit about your images: where is it, why or how did you take the photo, ...
    Thank you for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffay View Post
    Where are the galleries, somehow I can't find them.

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    I see The Flying CAmera has answered your question:

    http://www.apug.org/gallery1/index.php

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    Ticks all the boxes for me. Great contrast, well composed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Prince View Post
    Ticks all the boxes for me. Great contrast, well composed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    All three are good images, but the third one really attracts my interest. I like the panorama format and how the electric wires seem to pass through the trees. I really like this one.
    Nice to see an other part of the world I know hardly anything about. It is always nice to tell a little bit about your images: where is it, why or how did you take the photo, ...
    Thank you for sharing.
    Thank you for liking my images, and you are absolutely right I should add details. I am based in Islamabad, capital of Pakistan. It is in the north of Pakistan and it is in the foothills of the famous Himalayan range. The mountains you see are bordering the north side of the capital, and are known as the Margalla hills. There are a couple of restaurants at the top and there are a lot of photographic opportunities very close by. I was just driving by and because it was overcast the shadows in the winter trees were making the scene very nice...that about it I guess.

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