Layered Hills

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  1. Coldow91

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    Taken from the top of Mt. Adams, Mass


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    LARGE
     
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    Wow, amazing. I love the color transitions.

    I don't know where Mt. Adams is but it looks like somewhere in eastern U.S.?
     
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    Very nice picture. I like the color
     
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    yeah it is in Massachusetts. (I now edited it into the original post)


    thanks for the comments
     
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    bro bump
     
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    nice colours and exposure. the trees in the foreground really add depth, very well done.
     
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    like marcus said the colour transition is very good.

    that's a keeper :)
     
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    Thanks a lot! I had not really noticed the color transition that much before you guys mentioned it
     

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