an improved version

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  1. Knopka

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    If you guys remember, there was a pole next to the bare tree...

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    Well, here's an improved version.

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    One time I edited a flag pole out of a brick wall in MS Paint. Seriously, THAT was an accomplishment! :p
     
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    I know how you feel, Verbal :lol:!
     
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    Very nice Knopka! This was a very nice shot and now with your edit it is a beautiful work of art that would look great framed hanging on wall of my home. Love it!!
     
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    Superb photoshop job! How long did that take you?

    By the way, the image is excellent as well.

    Next question is what do you plan on doing with that picnic table? :lol: No worries, i am kidding, I like it how it is.
     
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    That is such a cool picture, nice job! :)
     
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    Thanks eveyone:lovey:!
    It only took me like 20 minutes. Speaking of that picnic table... :sexywink:
     
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    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    Nice job! I like it!
     
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    love that contrast of the naked tree and the colorful tree!

    very nice pic!:hail:
     
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    Very nice job! I didn't even notice the picknick table.
     
  11. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That is one VERY red autumn tree!
    And a beautiful park, with a nuisance of lamp posts (for photographers, not necessarily for walkers after dark!) ... but as it seems, it is possible to just get rid of them. Some can - I would not know how! ;)

    Well done.
    The improved version IS an improvement! :)
     
  12. Knopka

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    Icondigital & EscapeTurn, welcome to the forum & thanks for your comments!
    And thank you too, LaFoto. This was actually not a park, it was more like a field in the mountains of Vermont with a little plaza, where we went antique shopping.
    I used a clone brush in Photoshop to get rid of the pole. I'll try to eliminate the picnic table later, although it doesn't seem like such a big distraction.
    Thanks again everybody!
     

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