Cold Chains

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  1. djrichie28

    djrichie28 TPF Noob!

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    Was looking for something interesting to shoot yesterday and found this little spot. My own critique is those 3 ducks cause a bit of a distraction. Otherwise, this was the better of the bunch I took. Thanks for viewing.

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    I like the three ducks in the background, although I do know why, I think the photo is better with them, then without.

    I'd like to see your photo in a larger size, I find myself squinting to see the detail in the chain. I love the idea though, it sure conveys 'cold' :)
     
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    I love the colours in this!
     
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    I agree that the ducks are distracting. Nice shot though.
     
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    Duck Season!
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    Thanks srinaldo86 for taking the time to edit that. Ya, I think I prefer the ducks taken out of that one. I just made a few exposure and sharpening adjustments in Aperture 2 prior to posting and their spot removal tool isn't very good I find.

    Thanks again.
     
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    I use MS Paint and windows picture viewer for all my editing. :D
    No problem.
     

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