Coyote Tracks

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  1. abraxas

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    Spent the night at my friend's ranch off to the side of the middle of nowhere. I got to love that place.

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    the peach colored grass is interesting. i also like how the focus is very close, sort of leading you down and into the picture. But i must admit, I'm not a huge fan of the tilt in the horizon.
     
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    Oh. I guess it would look pretty weird if you tilted the camera to make the horizon itself perfectly horizontal then. It's hard for me to see that its a natural slope with a narrow field of view of the canyon. But I still like it, especially how the pink in the sky goes with the grass.
     
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    Nah, you were right- should be fixed now.

    When I took a closer look at the dry lake off in the distance on the right it was way out of whack. Thanks.
     
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    your welcome, what actually drew my attention to it in the first place was the clouds, but it looks good now.
     

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