Mount cook

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  1. PaulStat

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    Enjoy ;)

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    wow...that is a nice capture. Love the color of the water, just makes me want to jump in! However, that red thing on the post distracted me. But that is an easy fix.
     
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    Hadn't even noticed the red thing until you said, now that's all i can see :(

    *fires up photoshop*
     
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    Beautiful shot! Love the composition and I agree about the water. Very inviting picture...
     
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    Great colours, just wondering what it would be like if you panned around to the right a little more. Still, good picture with nice saturation :thumbup:
     
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    Fantastic color saturation. Beautiful scene.
     
  7. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Apart from the lovely scenery that you have captured here (*racking her brains around her deteriorating geography now, wondering where Mt Cook is and if it is in New Zealand? *), I really like the two blues! The gradient dark, "royal" blue of the sky as opposed to the turquoise of the water. Wow. For that reason also I feel this itch to turn right in the photo and see more of what is there...
     
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    Mt Cook is indeed in NZ :), turning right would of given you a view of the lake and some slightly smaller mountains.
     
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    new zealand must be one of the most beautiful places in the world... i don't think i have seen a photo from there that i didn't absolutely love... this one is no exception, i'm with lafoto on the different blues, that lake is just an awesome color... i love the mountins too... would love to see more from this area... :thumbup:
     
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    wow, amazing shot. ive never seen water with such great color from an angle like that
     

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