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© Charles McNally
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UploadedApril 21, 2007
TakenMarch 10, 2006
MakePanasonic
ModelDMC-LC40
Exposure1/261 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length8.19 mm
ISO100
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Q: My sister in-law recently gave me a Canon EOS 10D digital camera body. Having only used point and shoot cameras, what would be a good beginners lens to get for this camera? Should I get kit lens to start with?

A: Do you know?

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I felt like I was floating into the sky, into the clouds... coming undone, coming unstrung, bit by bit. I watched pieces of myself floating both up and down, floating out of the puddle yet somehow deeper into it. The line between the world and my consciousness started to blur. I started to wonder where I had begun, and if I could find my way back...

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  • sean wright

    sean wright said (12 Jul 2007):

    There is such variety to this and I love each and every element! How it pulls us into the photo but also makes one wonder where are we and what else is around.
    Great work!

  • Sarah Hickox

    Sarah Hickox gave props (18 Dec 2007):

    I love the mixed up perspective!

  • Charles McNally

    Charles McNally said (15 Dec 2008):

    thanks guys... wanna hear something funny about this picture? I actually turned the camera upside down to get it - I didn't flip it afterward... so aside from slight color/contrast, there was absolutely no manipulation :)

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