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    Sunrise, Mississippi River

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    View south from a boat ramp. You can see the waters edge and how the moving water during the long exposure lets you see through the water and captures the ridges not visible to the naked eye. Still my favorite pinhole long exposure effect.

    The bright spot is not the sun but reflection off of a white storage bin.

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    Very nice, Marv! Great composition and very serene feeling to this one.
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    That's a nice quite scene, Marv. I do like how the underwater features show up.
    Any foundered boats nearby? I've only seen the mississippi near new orleans,
    and only on a work trip. Someday I hope to sojourn awhile along the banks,
    find some old bridges, listen for stories... thanks for sharing...
    The memory of things gone is important to a jazz musician.
    Things like old folks singing in the moonlight in the back yard
    on a hot night or something said long ago.
    - Louis Armstrong

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    Thanks everyone. No ship wrecks around here. The navigation lanes and shallow edges are to narrow to leave much wreckage unsalvaged. There may be boats hidden in the silt and water though. The navigational lock and dam system has raised the river level to accomadate a 9 foot channel so who knows what lurks in the depths.
    "Most people know the names of only two photographers. One is Ansel Adams and the other one isn't." Bill Jay
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