A lake shot

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    Still wintery here, so everything is still pretty dead. Lemme know what you think.
     
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    The image is a little small for me to make out details. I do like the colors but I'd also be curious how this would look in b&w with a larger image so I can make out the detail in the trees.
     
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    ^You can go to the link in my profile and get a larger size.
     
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    I like the red leaves on the trees out in the distance. What was it that drew you to the shot?
     
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    ^Well I didn't exactly pick that angle for a reason, I just shot from a lot of different areas around the lake and this is the shot that ended up coming out the best. I liked it because I got some of the shore in it (tall grasses) along with everything else.
     

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