Add another sunrise to the mix

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  1. JDS

    JDS TPF Noob!

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    I haven't posted a photo in a while...I honestly haven't been taking many pictures to post in the first place. I've been getting the itch to take more though, so here's my start.

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    What do you think? Is the tree in the foreground too distracting? I took a few more, some without the tree, but I wanted to get everybody's thoughts on this one.

    Thanks for looking!
    JDS
     
  2. Antarctican

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    Whoa! What an amazing looking sky!!! Glad you took a pic, and shared it. Personally, I much prefer it to have the tree in the shot as it might be boring without it.
     
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    I agree with the penguin. Tree good.
     
  4. JDS

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    Thanks! :)
     
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    Yes. Leave that tree inside the frame, it adds to the framing of this marvellous sky heralding a marvellous start into the day and thus a very good means to get back into photography, too :D.
     
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    Awesome colors you captured!

    Do you have anymore to share?

    Ditto on the tree being in....
     
  7. JDS

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    Thanks everybody. I do have more, but I don't like them near as much. I do have another similar one to this that is vertically framed. It also has a pond in it reflecting the sky..I'll see if I can get it posted here shortly.
     
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    Here's the photo in vertical orientation...

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    Again, click for a hi-res version.
     

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