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Old 06-06-2015   #1
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A bit of easy-HDR play.

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Nice image but I don"t thing I would want to go on cruise in this boat (lol)
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Looks good to me Kelly - but I am left wanting to see the stern.

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Hi
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I wanted to see more, but then again it seems like this might not be a ship or vessel. Might just be a dock to accept boat docking. The long "bottom" side has no railing....?
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Is that a dock or a portion of a lock....? Your processing is interesting. I can see this with a straight conversion to BW and it would have your signature BW look.

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Thanks for all the responses, folks. They are most appreciated. I must admit I knew that the view I presented would lead to ambiguities. Perhaps this next image will help resolve some of those ambiguities. This image was taken at the end of the first set of locks, where one enters a series of lakes, on the east to west traverse of the Panama Canal.
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A nice set Kelly.
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Curiosity satisfied

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The last image is very nice. Nice look at part of your ship and the canal...


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