Boat and Sky

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  1. John E.

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    John this is just gorgeous! I love the muted colors and the lines here. Very serene. Great job!! : )
     
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    Beautiful! i like your exposure, it is spot on... any idea what it was?
    The sky has a real nice water color effect! nice work :D
    love the pleasant tones
     
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    Thank you photo gal and Mansi glad you enjoyed the picture :)
     
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    Cool shot John E. I love the colours you got in this one.
     
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    hmmmm, missed this one. man, how did you get those colors to blend? it does look like a painting of sorts...very different. is this an early morning shot? the framing of the boat works well....and a bird to boot! overall, a hell of a nice shot John!
     
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    Thank you chiller and JonMikal

    JonMikal did nothing out of the ordinary, added saturation, contrast, levels. This area either gets very dry weather (no clouds, nada) or extremely damp with little inbetween, lake superior is big enough to create it's own weather patterns. This one was taken on a very dry day of course and is the usual sunset for the weather. It can be foggy and raining in Marathon but a few miles inland it is sunny and hot.
     
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    Lovely shot John ....
     
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    Beautiful capture. We sure do get "superior' sunsets around here.
     
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    Nothing to say but beautiful! The colors are reminiscent of a watercolor painting.
     
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    The sky is nice 'n' all, but it's the reflection in the water which stands out for me. Wonderful colours.
     
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    Thank you everone.


    I agree Picksure, one never knows what to expect here.
     

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