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Coal Harbour Photograph - A Million Dollar Ride Yacht  by Eti Reid

A Million Dollar Ride Yacht is a photograph by Eti Reid which was uploaded on April 27th, 2013.

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WoW is this gorgeous!! fv :))

I'm back to offer this beauty more support dear. f/tweet/g+

Eti Reid replied:

Thank you sweet Heidi!

Beautiful tones and perspective, Eti! f/v

Eti Reid replied:

Heidi, thank you very much!

Beautiful image, Eti! Your well crafted treatment really adds a very effective mood to the shot. Nicely done! f/v

Eti Reid replied:

Gene, thank you big time!!

Outstanding capture, I love the composition, perspective and drama as much as the title and description ! Really a great piece :) v

Eti Reid replied:

Thank you Mister:)

That is a great shot Eti... and I like how you used the foreground subject of the boat to your advantage. :-) I have been to this city one and loved it... I named it "The City of Glass" Seems as thought all the skyscrapers there we made out of solid glass.. lol :-) fv

Eti Reid replied:

Thats why they called it emerald city-in the rare cases when the sun is out, all this glass gives an illusion of sparkling gems:) ANd big thanks:)

Outstanding photo Eti! v/f

Eti Reid replied:

Thank you,Donna!

Nice Eti, you placed us all right there waiting to jump in and go out for a photography shoot!!!! the Million Dollar Photographers Club :) Very nicely presented here !! f/v

Eti Reid replied:

Yup, Gary, I am sure of the owner knew how talented we are, he would give us a ride in the ocean for at least one day:)) Thank you!!

Very beautiful capture !

Eti Reid replied:

Thank you,Sorin!

fabulous image ... love the tones and that sky and skyline ... but of course your million dollar ride has WOW all over it!!!! f/v

Eti Reid replied:

One day we will be able to ride on it, Lois, I am sure:) Thank you very,very much!

I was probably home, you should have knocked on the hull, Excellent presentation

Eti Reid replied:

Thank you, Byron!

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