Morning at the Falls

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  1. Roy Hubbard

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    This was taken early one morning this past spring at Bushkill Falls, located in the Pocono Mountains. It's been sitting around on my hard drive for months begging for attention, not sure how I overlooked it for so long. Let me know how you like it.

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    I like it. I would only reduce the sharpening on the trees in the foreground. It kinda distracts from the waterfall which is beautiful!
     
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    Oh, why didn't I think of that? At first I tried darkening them to reduce the distraction, but I didn't like the result. I need to get back in front of Photoshop when I get home. Thanks for the suggestion.
     
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    And there is too much green side ways, it also distracts a bit from the nice waterfall. I mean making it portrait. But it's a great relaxing scene!
     
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    The steep steps and footbridge put the entire photo in perspective and capture the natural beauty of this waterfall.
     
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    Roy, pretty good shot. I would have liked to see it from a different angle. For me, the bridge and trees take away from the falls.
     

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