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Among the fishermen on the Swedish west coast it is said that by looking at the clouds in sunset you can predict how the next day is going to be. I wonder could this be true or is it just a tale?

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::arneh
02/06/05 10:02 PM GMT
A red sunset predicts heavy wind, and so on. Don´t think you can stick to these old sayings..
This is a masterly capture from your camera Marko, but I have some suggestions..

Vad säger du om att ta bort nedre fjärdedelan av bilden och Caedes-märket och alltså ha svarta kanter uppe och nere. Ganska enkelt att göra. Prova!
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MarLin
02/06/05 10:24 PM GMT
Lustigt att du nämner detta Arne...för det är precis så jag har gjort på en annan version av bilden...men tack för tipset ändå! Tanken med denna version var mest att fjäska lite för Caedes folket. :-) Fast jag håller med dig om att den andra versionen är bättre.
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How is it possible to fit 4 pounds of tomatoes into a 2 pound ketchup bottle?
::arneh
02/06/05 10:40 PM GMT
Haha..kul..det är bara att göra en "rework" om du vill...Den här är ju mycket bra ändå men jag tror du får toppbetyg med den andra versionen!
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bjb
02/07/05 2:13 AM GMT
Hi Marko. I might agree with one or both of you, but I have no idea what the heck you are typing. Ha. I'll just say I think this is clever. I like how you blended the spider into the clouds. I like the silouettes and Golden hues.
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I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way - things I had no words for. Georgia O'Keeffe
stuffnstuff
02/07/05 2:37 AM GMT
Interesting concept. Perhaps we should eb prepared fro world tion. In the mean time, I like your style. Great job blending in the spider and making ti looked like it was photographed that way. :-)
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-those who hit rock bottom are too concerned with self pity to realize that they are lying on an anvil- Psalm 66:10, Job 10:8
+camerahound
02/13/05 5:17 AM GMT
Red sky by morning, sailor take warning.
Red sky at night, sailor's delight.
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Six twin steel screwed steel steam cruisers
PrettyFae
03/14/05 6:23 PM GMT
Hey, wow...this is a really scetacular image!!!
I particularly love the cleverly portrayed Caedes spider...excellent idea
Well done :)
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miner_dad
05/30/05 6:50 PM GMT
execellent pic just like here at home!........
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soosool
05/07/06 6:59 AM GMT
it's sorta freaky; but in a good way....
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Time is not money; it's life. Enjoy it.
bcbird
08/11/06 11:33 AM GMT
caedes the higher power?
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sparticus006
08/17/06 5:24 AM GMT
If you move up and down in front of the screen it actually looks like the sun is setting - most cool, MarLin.
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