Evening Pond

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by skiboarder72, May 24, 2006.

  1. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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  2. Raymond J Barlow

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    nice shot! Is that a Par 5??
     
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    Very pretty. I love how the tones play off each other
     
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    To go for "portrait style" in landscape photography always is a deliberate step out of the usual, and I like that you took it for this one so you'd be able to frame the opening in the clouds that goes right down to that tree on the shore. So apart from the colours, which I happen to just love (surprise-surprise, I know :er: :biggrin: ), I really like these dynamics in your photo!!!
     
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    I agree with LaFoto- the clouds lead right to the central focal point. And such a pretty one it is;)
     
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    Yeah, that is quite a fantabulous photo there. I think photography shouldnt be tied down to conventions etc. so it is great that you opted for the portrait format in this case. Even if the sky didnt have such interesting clouds this portrait format would have been the best. Good choice.
     
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    thanks guys :)
     
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    Amazing! This photo just makes me feel so happy inside. It's overflowing with peacefullness and the beauty of mother nature :lovey: :heart: :lovey:
     
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    sweet shot!!!
     
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    Nice shot! That sky would look good even over the local landfill! lol!
     

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