Misc. pics from today

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  1. 250Gimp

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    A few pics I tried today. Let me know what you think please.

    1) Slate Tile
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    2) Ice from the railing
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    3) Frozen lantern wick
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    Thanks for looking :mrgreen:
     
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    #2 is a very cool picture, but personally i would like to see some railing. even if it was just shown at the very top edge of the photo.
     
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    Thanks yzaddict. I just thought I would try some different things.
     
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    Nice close-ups, though the yellow in the photo of the wick is quite overpowering.
    And I would have loved to be even closer to the frozen droplet.

    I really like the patterns and colours of the slate tile, though I think you could have "worked" more with the triangle at the top, giving that a tad more room within the frame and let it determine your angles more.
     
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    Good point LaFoto I hadn't thought of that. I was trying out my close up filters that day.

    The wick picture is though a green/yellow glass globe filled with oil and water. The water froze below the oil. Unfortunately I brought it inside for the pics and it instantly started to condense on the outside which made the shot harder to get.
     

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