A Smokey Canyon

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  1. LarryD

    LarryD TPF Noob!

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    Winter time fires tend to leave their smokey evidence in the valleys and canyons until thermal warming and late morning winds can clear them out...


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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    If it weren't for the plant in the first, I'd prefer that one to the second because of the nice colour gradations from mountain to mountain, but with that (quite distracting) plant in the way, I can't but prefer the second to the first.
     
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    First image is great - just a little pp to bring out the furthest mountain and it would be prefect. You might also consider getting rid of that tree
    Thanks for sharing
     
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    dang second one looks like mars, i love it!
     
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    Got mixed feeling about the first one. As mentioned above, the plant seems out of place. The 'smoke' kinda makes it look like it was shot thru some venetian blinds. The second one is pretty nice.
     

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