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    A heartfelt Thank You

    Yesterday I went up to a place at Southport I won't mention the name (not fair to site sponsors) I have a few images printed (a couple of wins from a FB Photo comp) and whilst there I decided to print and enlarge 2 of the photos from the AP SE Qld Currumbin Sunrise morning, when I picked them up I truly couldn't believe these are my photos.

    I really just want to put out there a huge THANK YOU to all AP members for their CC and help especially to all who attended this meet and were so friendly and willing to share your knowledge with me.

    At the moment I am on top of the world and just wanted to post this, which comes from the bottom of my heart and very sincere. I respect and admire each and everyone of you

    Happy Photographing to all
    Kassy
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    CC Welcome and Appreciated

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    Here is one of the two photos. I am very proud of this as a keeper


    Currumbin Sunrise WM 2-0067_print by ksemas, on Flickr

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    Great photo Kassy i would be very proud of that aswell....maybe one day
    Well done

    Ruski

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    It is great to see members learning from their interactions on AP. That is exactly what the site is here for. Thank YOU for reading what members have told you, taking it on board, and using it to improve. For everyone here who sees a members photography progress and improve, that gives us the most pleasure. We see you improving and know that we have helped with that. It is a great compliment to every member who helps another member.

    Thank you Kassy, for being part of AP and letting us show you the way.
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    Wow, looks sensational
    How did you keep the 'Phantom of the Rock' out of it
    Col

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    nice work kassy - that would be a very soothing image to have up on the wall
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    Love the water! Well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by colinbm View Post
    Wow, looks sensational
    How did you keep the 'Phantom of the Rock' out of it
    Col
    Hi Col, I think at this point he was down in the sand/water/rocks to the right on my camera, getting really wet whereas I chose to stay dry

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    @ Dtoh Thanks - I have already picked the wall in will be displayed now just to wait 2 weeks for the framing

    @ Tcdev Thanks so much

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    Wow what a great shot!!!

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