Grand River

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    D-B-J Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    absolutely beautiful potential. For me, the sky is boring, and the most attractive aspect, the water, is shunned to the side and underexposed.

    Just my two cents
     
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    No problem, I don't expect to please everyone. I was more attracted to the glassy reflection than the waterfall. I would have to disagree on the exposure comment though. The amount of detail achieved in the shadows and still obtaining a blue sky and saturated colours is no easy task, especially for a non-HDR image.
     
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    It is a fantastic shot, and for what it is worth I think the water is properly exposed. It would be top notch if there was some clouds or something going on in the sky.
     
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    Wait. Now that I think of it, there were clouds in the sky.:D It looked something like this:
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