My Dad, & An Old Gristmill

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  1. JustCourt

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    This is my favorite for Sentimental reasons. He passed away in March of 06' but this picture really captured him as he was...
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    This is an old West Virginia Gristmill...I took it in color but the B&W just makes the picture I think.
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    And one more...[​IMG]

    All feedback is welcomed :)
     
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    The second one really caught my eye! I love it.
     
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    The second one has some nice lines that pull you in. Great job.
     
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    Just wonderful images!
     
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    Beautiful!!!!!
     
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    Beautiful, #2 is my favorite. B & W sure sets the mood.
     
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    All 3 are wonderful I like the first because of the way you captured both human and dog in the happiest of moments. Great capture of the emotion. I like the second picture as well but I would have liked to have seen the water in motion. It is still very nice but I think it may have added to the dreaminess of the shot.
     
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    Very nice. The portrait is well done and captures a lot of personality, always a good thing.

    Just curious... I've seen this exact mill photographed before, from different angles, by different photographers, on different forums... Where exactly is it? I wouldn't have figured I'd run into it several times within a short timeframe.
     
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    i love the editing,well im guessing its editing. kinda like selective darkening haha. i dunno the correct term, but they are all cool. :thumbup:
     

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