Landscape in Guangxi, China

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  1. jv49

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    Here are some pictures about landscape in Guangxi, China, where there is the world famous Guilin city. Though these pictures were not shot in Guilin, the scenery are also very beatiful.
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    Any suggestions from you will be highly appreciated!
     
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    i like the last three - first and foremost, they are clean, first 2 are a bit foggy
     
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    I think I like the second the best. The fog adds mystery. I wish you had not clipped the top of the mountain in the middle. I hope your red web-page marker is removeable.
     
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    Thank you for your comments. I will reset the automatic water-mark function in my own website, to avoid any more web-page marker on my further pictures.
     
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    I like the first's composition and the second's lighting and saturation. If that could be duplicated in the first it'd be a fantastic shot. The second kind of bothers me the way the mountains are chopped off. Maybe just lowering the saturation in the first just a little bit would do the trick.

    The third and fourth really don't do much for me... I keep wandering around the pictures looking for the subject. You did capture the clouds well, though.

    The last is superb. The symmetry is a textbook perfect example of when you SHOULD violate the rule of thirds. Don't change a thing. Print!
     
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    Thanks a lot DennyCrane. the very detailed and clear comments you gave to my pictures are very helpful. I will try more for these scenery spots, they are very close to my house.
     

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