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Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas everyone! It's been a fulfilling year and I can't wait to see what 2013 brings. Thank you all for your continued support of my photography and I wish you all the best in the coming year.

May the light be with you!

Warm Regards,
Jim Patterson

Mai Fotography, and 1148 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. LB2556 15 months ago | reply

    Fantastic image!

  2. tripodgirl101 15 months ago | reply

    Very clean details! Thanks for all your pointers during last weekend's shoot.

  3. Kartik J 15 months ago | reply

    Clear and nice, very well exposed as well!

  4. bony64 14 months ago | reply

    une pure merveille !!!

  5. Justin Nugent 13 months ago | reply

    Bonkers clarity in this...

  6. tim.mcrae 13 months ago | reply

    another great shot. Wanted to do this one myself, but the time was against me.

  7. Cassiopée2010 13 months ago | reply

    magnifique prise !

  8. Matthew Saville 10 months ago | reply

    Man, I haven't sen a starburst like that from a Nikon lens since, well, the 35-70! Dang newer generation Nikon's just give some weird sunstars, as awesome as they are. Maybe it's the D800e too? The bursts just remind me of Canon starbursts...

    =Matt=

  9. ~*Ms. Spiller*~ 10 months ago | reply

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  10. Ania.Photography - travelling 7 months ago | reply

    Perfection

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    INVITEANIA

  11. iSaved0ne 6 months ago | reply

    Stunningly amazing!! Absolutely beautiful.

  12. Mar de fondo... 6 months ago | reply

    Muy buen angulo y atmósfera!

  13. Karel Hrouzek P H O T O 4 months ago | reply

    fantastic composition! wonderful shot and the whole gallery!

  14. photon79 6 weeks ago | reply

    Incredible shot, I have never seen one from that angle. You must have done some sneaking around, heh heh.

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