Moonlit trestle

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  1. Hokiehall

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    Taken under a full moon.

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    Woah that's wonderful. Full moon, really? Is that where all the red is coming from?

    I'm in VA too, I was about to say this reminded me of some of it's rural parts. Did you take it in Lynchburg? I'd hang that on my wall.
     
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    Thanks Rob. When taking shots under moonlight you never really know what it will look like until you see it. This was taken with film and scanned into the computer a few years ago. It was taken near the town of Altavista, about a half hour south of Lynchburg.
     
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    Very nice. The composition is spot on. I like the moody feel. I do think you should clone the support line in the left side of the image.
     
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    that's nice love it great capture..
     
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    I like the warmth of this but I would try to get rid of the support line too. It is too close to the front of the image and my eye was drawn to it before I could really take in the rest of the photo.

    Nice job shooting under the full moon. I look forward to more.
     
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    Thanks everyone, and I agree with getting rid go the support wire.
     
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    Here it is without the wire.

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