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Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Mike M, Jul 20, 2009.
Some pics from my last install, leaving for Alaska soon.
Lighting looks good !!
fiiiiiiirrrrrre ugh, yeah. fiiiiiiirrrrrre ugh,
fire!!! Nate needs to make an illuminating working cannon next.
Actually, the bluff I was on took a barrage of cannon balls from the other side of the river during the war of northern aggression. I learned what really happened in the south while reading literature in the gift shop of maurice's pork barbeque.
Very nice Mike!!! Can you email me the hi res images? We could use these fine photographs for advertising if you didnt mind of course!!
Joey, I'm a lazy arse. I found that if I take pics in jpeg, I don't have to create new folders and export to jpeg every time I want to share pics via email, facebook, website, etc. I used asa 400 equiv, so these should be okay for electronic stuff and just annoy your print media people.
The photo's are not photo-shopped or altered, just aligned when needed, so they have plenty of manipulation in them.
very cool...I will copy and paste them!
I was going to say that second pic of the islander looked like a pic from a Unique add. Nice job Mikey, Looks like a nice bay there, it is going to be tough to trade that paradise for some frozen tundra! Oh well, we all gotta do what we gotta do.
joey check your PMs when you get a chance