Morning Pond

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  1. Cloudwalker

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    I drive by this pond every morning coming home from work. A couple of days ago I just had to stop and take this photo.


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    Grear colors in this one. I love it.
     
  3. JonMikal

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    beautiful!
     
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    holy cow this is gorgeous!!!!
     
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    Absolutely beautiful. The reflection is perfect! :thumbup:
     
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    Very nice.
     
  7. xion

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    Great shot. If you crop the left-most cluster of trees, I believe you can have a powerful picture. Also, crop the lower part of the pix just below the floating leaves in the water so that the horizon is not at the center.
     
  8. Cloudwalker

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    If you crop the left-most cluster of trees, I believe you can have a powerful picture. Also, crop the lower part of the pix just below the floating leaves in the water so that the horizon is not at the center.

    Thanks, I'll sure give it a try.
     
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    What a beautiful spot. It's a very striking photo.
     
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    absolutely stunning
     
  11. xion

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    The more I look at it, the more I like it. Cloudwalker - you have a great picture. Send it out to Popular Photo or get it into a competition. Looks like a winner.
     
  12. LaFoto

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    Yes, yes, yes!
    You HAD TO stop on that morning.
    It would have been a CRIME not to!
    And not to take its picture would have been a capital crime! ;) ;) ;)

    Lovely.
    Perfect "playing card" reflection - photo divided right through the middle, top "real", bottom reflection. And what a morning you had! Divine!
     

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