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warning... tiny spider pic ..my c. elegans tarantula(trinidad dwarf) its the most pipsqueak one i have :rolleyes:gf named it cupid cause the heart on its butt :lol:its tiny still about the size of a finger nail with legs spread out better than the smaller than a match head scrunched up when i first bought itthis pic is only one i will get until it needs a bigger cage since its a fossorial type tarantula aka pet hole to those in the hobby:lol:or jar of dirt with a hole in it some place
 

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I took this picture of a sunset on a local lake.
Nice sunset. If you don't mind, a tip for you. Whenever you take a landscape shot of a lake or sea, do not place the horizon at the middle of the frame. By placing the horizon in the middle of the frame, it takes away the awe factor of the shot.

For your shot, either you show the whole lake and just stop short an inch above the cloud so that the horizon is on the top third of the frame or show the entire sky with only an inch and a half at the bottom leaving the horizon close to the lower third of the frame. This way it'll be more a more dramatic shot and and the eye of the person looking at it will see a good landscape shot.

Just try with you photo on this page by scrolling your photo up and down to what I mentioned. You'll see the difference and what I mean.
#1...Sunset pic taken from atop Solomons Bridge
Your sunset is has gorgeous colors and I think you are shooting fro a moving car. If you can get what I mentioned in the above reply, you have a very nice shot.
 

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Nice sunset. If you don't mind, a tip for you. Whenever you take a landscape shot of a lake or sea, do not place the horizon at the middle of the frame. By placing the horizon in the middle of the frame, it takes away the awe factor of the shot.

For your shot, either you show the whole lake and just stop short an inch above the cloud so that the horizon is on the top third of the frame or show the entire sky with only an inch and a half at the bottom leaving the horizon close to the lower third of the frame. This way it'll be more a more dramatic shot and and the eye of the person looking at it will see a good landscape shot.

Just try with you photo on this page by scrolling your photo up and down to what I mentioned. You'll see the difference and what I mean.
Thanks for the tip!
 
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