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"Nicely dramatic indeed! Had a friend with a GT6 modded Spit once - he called it "The Plastic-Nosed Corvette Eater"."
Whitney Turner
"The car looks better in the photo that it does up close. It's rough and needs some body work. I love the look, but I wouldn't want to own one."
Edward J. Wagner Jr.
"Looks like this Spitfire has the GT6 bonnet conversion. Triumph really should have officially produced a Spit with the 6-cylinder from the GT6."
Michael Holmes
"This is sitting outside a performance center. It's probably their weekend racer, but with the dramatic clouds, garish color, and high contrast, I thought it looked ominous. We may need one of these to escape the coming zombie apocalypse."
Edward J. Wagner Jr.
"Where are the spare ammo cases?"
Richard Masoner
"Not bad for a forty-year-old camera!"
Edward J. Wagner Jr.
"The original RAW file was dark under the engine cowling, showing almost no detail. This HDR revealed those details while retaining a natural look."
Edward J. Wagner Jr.
"...and yes, that's a cold front bearing down on us! I think the temperature dropped 20 degrees in as many minutes."
Edward J. Wagner Jr.
"The highlights are blown out in this photo, rendering the woman and child unrecognizable."
Edward J. Wagner Jr.
"The truck is in east Tulsa and the building behind it is in Sapulpa. I'm learning more about HDR and making composite photos. The truck is in early morning sunlight while the building is less dramatically lit."
Edward J. Wagner Jr.
"When I first moved here, one of my co-workers said, "Spring and Fall are really nice here in Oklahoma - both days!""
Edward J. Wagner Jr.
"Nice, would make a nice desktop wallpaper!"
John Kerr Jr
"This photo makes you think that Oklahoma actually has autumn and not just summer and winter. Very Nice Photo."
Chris Sussmann
"I liked the late afternoon sun and the still water reflecting the bridge, and I may have popped the yellow too much, but I like it that way."
Edward J. Wagner Jr.
"Nice shot. Being an outdoors type of person, I enjoy these types of photos. "
John Kerr Jr
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