Alone with clouds

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  1. Harpper

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    Great shots, especially the first one. Very moody! Me like. :)
     
  3. Harpper

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    Thanks Jim. I was definitely trying to go for a moody misty feel for the first one.
     
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    yeah i totally dig the first one. kind of ominous
     
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    They are both impressive. The first one stands up well just as is; I'd like to see a bit of sky cropped out on that second one. Very stark, lovely images. Nice!!
     
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    nice ones harpper, you can't beat the mood in either one of those images. I would have liked to see more of the tree in the first image. The second looks good to me, although i think it suffers a bit from size reduction here. Good stuff mate! :thumbsup:
     
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    I really like both of these! I would have to agree with Vonnagy...my first impression was that I would like to have seen more of the tree. Did you crop or shoot it like that? Anyway...nice work!
     
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    Thanks for the comments everyone.

    I didn't crop it. The tree was cut off because point & shoot cameras don't take the same picture you see in the viewfinder. I really don't like using the LCD screen but it's too dark to use anyway. As a result, everytime I take a shot I have to guess what is actually captured. Apparently I guessed wrong.
     
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    That first one is truely dark. Very nice.
     
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    i like imagery of #1 and photography of #2.
     
  11. MDowdey

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    ill agree with that. i love a scary photo!!



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