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OK...I'm going to fess up to a little trickery with this shot.
This is really a miniature waterscape of a small rockpool no larger than a puddle.

Full view needed to get the desired effect, enjoy! :D
Image size
814x565px 512.18 KB
Canon EOS D60
Shutter Speed
1/180 second
Focal Length
15 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Oct 17, 2005, 4:29:47 PM
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letdie's avatar
letdie Photographer
You're a genious...
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ChrismonRow Photographer
Awesome idea, very creative! Good execution, too :D
desmo100's avatar
Wow! :wow: Another stunning work. Your works are superb. :jawdrop:
Deafy's avatar
you`ve become very tricky troll .. awesomes shot .. I guess ants have their own landscapes ;)
mountain-troll's avatar
:nod: you are so have a :gummybear:
Deafy's avatar
Yey ! :w00t:
Thankie troll !
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trinny2812 Photographer
That is really clever .. fantastic shot!
ElectrikSheep's avatar
ahahah you've got me fooled for a while there! :D
mountain-troll's avatar
That wasn't too hard :D
mountain-troll's avatar
That wasn't too hard! :lmao:
Anglo-Saxon's avatar
Wow, great shot,
Would never have known it was a rock pool
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thirsty5 Photographer
hay, really nice pic - it looks real though lol , but it depends if you are looking at it from a big view, or small.

can i ask, what is the difference between a canon eos 350d - and the d60 ?
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The D60 is only 6.3 mp and is about 3 years old but is built to the same standard as the pro models, weighing in at about twice the weight of the 350d or 300d. The 350D is 8 mp and will take higher resolution pics with less compression artifacts due to a better imaging processor, but little difference if you shoot raw files. The lens will make the most difference to shots in raw file mode, the sharper the glass the better the pic. With the D60 ( or any pro quality model) the dust and water seals are alot better and the shutter is rated for about 100,000 shots compared to about 30,000 with the 350d. I think I would of killed the 350d by now with the sort of places I take my camera, (bad weather, high winds etc.) Big diff in the price, the D60 was $5,500 new, but I bought it 2 years old for $1000, I will keep it for another year and then trade up to a second hand 5D :drool: but I only buy second hand gear from a pro camera shop that clearly states the condition of the equipment and puts their reputation on the line. I would buy a second hand 20D over a 350D anyday. Hope that helps dude! :)
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samisasnob Photographer
Omg, amazing, and I can't imagine it as a rockpool!! Ahh, it's becautiful, I love the clouds especially, great work hon.
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Thanks alot! :)
Toadsmoothy2's avatar
sneaky man! ;) really cool buddy :)
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Thanks Toady! :)
BridesNightie's avatar
fantastically amazing!
DeltaOscarMango's avatar
Waow! That's amazing. It really looks like a huge mountain range.

How did you achieve this?
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barishiman Photographer
you must be kidding! It looks like a miniature set for a movie, where's evel knievel?!
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hehehe, I should get some toy figures and set them up on the edge of the pools :laughing:
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