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 Posted: Mon Oct 29th, 2012 11:36 am
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Well worth waiting for Max.

The tree,s are so very lifelike too.

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Thanks, John.  Are your trees in Qld out of focus as well?  :mutley



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I like the shadows cast by the felled trees and the little hints of green Max - a real "desert" scene.

Also, the subtle changes in shade are good - no "hard" edges where colours blend.  :thumbs

It will certainly show off the locos - once you get the horizon level .................:roll::roll::roll::roll::cheers



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