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    Using Stumble to find some amazing photo's

    Hi all

    I recently installed the 'Stumble' plugin to Chrome just for the heck of it. Some 30 min later I realized that I had stumbled on something that is more addictive that Youtube. This plugin will randomly return a web page based on the topic you have chosen .. of course I picked Photography.

    Any how .. here is a mind numbing example of the ingenuity some photographers have :
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    The more I learn the less I know !

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    I love Stumble..works for Firefox too. A great way to "waste" time!

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    I've seen that 'worlds longest exposure' image before, and remember being mightily impressed by the ingenuity behind it too.

    Love the sun's trails, which clearly shows the difference in how the time of year(ie. season) can affect the images in terms of light quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurking83 View Post
    I've seen that 'worlds longest exposure' image before, and remember being mightily impressed by the ingenuity behind it too.

    Love the sun's trails, which clearly shows the difference in how the time of year(ie. season) can affect the images in terms of light quality.
    Do you remember where you saw that, I'd be interested in taking a look?

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