Colourful cemetary

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    This is in outback NSW, Australia....Silverton to be exact, the town where Mad max was made.

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    wow i really like this picture! Contrast between the sky and the dirty is great i really like it :)
     
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    wow this is a dope picture. i like it. its colorful but still kinda creepy cuz its a cemetary. is this a HDR?
     
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    beautiful
     
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    Nice shot. Beatiful combination of red colour soil and dry looking trees. It feels located very far away from population.
     
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    thanks very much.

    thank you and no not HDR but independent layer treatments and some local contrast adjustments....the effects are more controllable than HDR.

    thanks a lot :D

    thank you, it is an amazing enviroment and it is just out of town....a very small town :)
     

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