Holland in Winter

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  1. djengizz

    djengizz TPF Noob!

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    My first post!
    I tried to find out what the max. number of pics and the max. size for a pic is but i couldn't really find it.
    Please let me know if there are too many pics or when my pics are too large. so i can edit my post.
    These are some of my recent winter scenes from Holland (C&C welcome):
    All picture taken with a powershot S2 IS.

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    i like them all alot, but i really like how the sunset reflects off the water in #5.
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hallo Djengizz, and welcome to ThePhotoForum.

    You have a LOVELY eye for landscape photography. I am impressed by all of these. Love them!

    8 is a good number to post in one thread, if numbered, there can even be 12 and people can still pic a favourite or say individual things about each.

    And the size is perfect, I think. No need to resize.

    With your "Let-Me-Introduce-Myself-Pics", you already make it difficult for me to pic a favourite, I like the tree in 2 and the copse in 8, but I also like those swans in 3 in how they seem to be very gracefully going through that cold water.
    The colours in 5 are very nice, but so is the perspective in 6 and the point of view and framing in 7...

    Those Powershots can take amazingly good pictures, can't they? Small as they are...
     
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    #1 is my favorite. Look foward to seeing more of your photos.
     
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    I really like #4. Great POV!
     
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    #4 and #6 are my favorites! Nicely done...Welcome to the forum too! : )
     
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    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Very nice series. Beautifully exposed. 1, 2, 6, 7 and 8 are real standout shots for me. Nice work and welcome to TPF!:D Hope to see more from you.
     
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    Ditto with the others here :) I cant pick a favorite because they are all great in their own way... Lovely job and welcome to the forum! Look forward to seeing more from you!
     
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    Tnx for all the replies!
    Glad you like the photo's.
    Here's a little update from the sunrise on the same trip.
    I'm not to happy about the compo's but it's just to show you what a threatening sunrise it was.
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    If you look closely you'll see it's the same tree (and the first two pictures I took).
     
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    love the one of the dock...it's amazing how much snow makes a shot more interesting.
     

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