3 New Photos for C&C please!

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  1. mellowGOLD

    mellowGOLD TPF Noob!

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  2. D-B-J

    D-B-J Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    WOW!! The colors are beautiful in number one and two. The Random light pole is rather distracting in the bottom right corner, but still, beautiful photo.

    Not sure what number two is, but i really like it. Nice composition and beautiful colors.
     
  3. Photo Lady

    Photo Lady No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    very pretty photos... love the colors that are intense...yet mellow...
     
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    Love #1
     
  5. mellowGOLD

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    bump

    heres another one from yesterday:

    Its simply a glass "earth" against my router lol

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    I like #1 but I would give your photoshop skills a challenge and remove that pole, and possibly even the shrub/tree to the left of the palm tree. I'd back off the vignette a bit in the top left, the blue sky gives a great contrast to the colors of the sunset.

    #3 is an interesting perspective, but I find the focus distracting. It's really blurry.
     

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