Lone palm tree in Puerto Rico

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    Hi everyone,

    Here's another shot from my trip to Puerto Rico. As always, feedback is welcomed...thanks!


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    Mode: Manual
    Exposure Time: 1/750
    FNumber 3.5
    Focal Length: 18
    ISO: 100
     
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    Horizon nicely positioned without bending too much, palm curve complemented by curve of red earth rocks, nice weight between blue red brown and some detail in the sky to keep it interesting. Very nice indeed, thanks for posting.

    Oh and welcome :)

    tim
     
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    Thank you very much!

    Craig
     
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    Right, it's a well balanced shot with great color in it. Everything is in at least some third of the frame which helps keep everything interesting and if the tree was just in the center, than the image would just go into file 13.
     
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    I'm all fascinated by that deep blue sky against which the windswept leaves of that tree are placed, nicely lit, and with enough room within the frame to be "blown into". Well seen and well done! Did you use a polarizer? I am sure you did...
     
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    Thanks everyone for the kind words! Yes, I used a $20 polarizer from Best Buy.

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