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This is a beautiful amazing shot! Well done!
Aww thank you Beautiful work - thank you so much for showing me and for crediting me as your reference
Beautiful, what a remarkable landscape.
Wow. It looks like you risked life and limb to get that shot.
Wow. I'm scared of heights, too. Sometimes I can be ok, but most of the time, notsomuch.
Makes my legs tremble Luckily I've learnt how to keep my hands steady
I get dizzy. Then I don't trust myself to move, because I feel off kilter. I am one of those people that can fall over just standing straight on my own two feet. Seriously. I'm not very coordinated. When I was working and managing a shoe store, they made me climb ladders to change light bulbs. I hated doing it and tried to get other employees that worked for me to do it. Wasn't always possible. It's just not a good idea for me to be climbing anything. I don't even like to step up on a chair or step stool now. I am not steady enough to do this stuff anymore. Plus, not liking heights, it's just a recipe of disaster.
OMG, what an absolutely fantastic photo! A truly unbelievable capture is an understatement of this awesome photo!
Thank you Lori - what a place it is Would love to go back again now I know what to do with my camera
It seems like a magnificent place to take photos! As to you knowing what to do with your camera, you knew what to do with it when you took it out of the box! Not like me in that regards at all! ha ha
Well actually it was my husbands brand new camera - his first digital camera (he lent it to me bless) and I hadn't got a clue - I asked him and my son how to set it up to take a photo and they just looked at each other in complete amazement, turned to me and said in unison - Set it to Automatic - I didn't even know how to do that hehe! This photo was one of the first I took
Wow, then the automatic setting on the camera was fantastic and you got really lucky! Well then there is actual hope for me yet if you started with using the automatic settings and have rapidly progressed to become the fantastic photographer that you are!
Aww thank you The one thing the men did teach me was to go away and find out how a actually camera works - which I did (and have now mostly forgotten hehe) - BUT I can operate my camera in the dark Lori - I know what every button and dial does and that helps too
There is all the living force of nature.
Gracias por todos estos bellos paisajes Eva!!
Beautiful capture and scene dear
... and sometimes life can be pretty wild
Wouldn't want to fall into that!