fall in the foothills

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  1. squirl033

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    autumn on a country road...

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    fall in the forest...

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    autumn stream...

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    I could have sworn I've seen images just like these just a couple weeks ago.. Believe it or not there isn't much direction in your photographs.
     
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    you probably have. happens a lot this time of year. as for "direction", believe it or not, not all photographs "go" somewhere...
     
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    I really like the first one. The last 2 just kind of look like snapshots of a " Pretty Scene "
     
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    yeah, that was pretty much the idea...
     
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    The first shot is my favorite. The winding road draws your attention to the spectacular multi-colored hues of the autumn landscape.
     
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    The colors in the 1st photo is really bad quality.
    looks like its blurred or been post-processed incorrectly.

    I like the river though
     
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    shoot at a better time of the day with a tripod, the lighting is very harsh, very beautiful colours tho!
     
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    Yeah I like the colors too, but I guess none of them pop at me like wow. Not sure why, not a dramatic enough subject I guess? Good Color.
     
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    You should make your last image 3d. Nice.
     
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    interesting point, not every photo has to be a show stopper, just a reminder of a scene we like.
     
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    these were shot from a tripod. unfortunately, getting TO that spot at a better time of day is difficult... it takes 4WD and some scrambling over a boulder-strewn river bed, not something i want to do in poor light...
     

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