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chile7236

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Some surf shots....working on my post processing.  Something I don't excel at...Using LR.

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Nicely caught slices of time.



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Nicely caught slices of time.

thank you



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Cool. Love the backdrop.



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I've never been on a surfboard. I've never even really watched anybody surf in person. But I look at a lot of surfing pictures. That last one is pretty damn cool to me. 



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Why do people always surf around a pier? lol

Nice shots. Both detail and color are spot on.

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