Neat Distance Perspective Shot

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  1. ToddM

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    This is Jockey's Ridge State Park. My son is standing some distance away on a gi-normous sand dune. The little strip of land on the other side of Pamlico Sound is Roanoke Island. I wish I had shot it with a little more sky in it.

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    The layers of colour here are very neat... I agree, more sky would have been ideal
     
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    Beautiful area, isn't it? I was down there not long ago.

    Nice shot. It could use a little more sky and a little less dune, i think.
     
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    Well, I can help it: I must repeat what you yourself and the others have said before me: the balance is not quite right with the amount of dune as opposed to the little bit of sky, but oh well... one reason to go back there, right ;) ;) ;)??
     
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    Fortunately "ToddM" I was right behind you and must have taken a shot at the same time...see attachment.

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    Ha ha ha! LOL! That's excellent man! Thanks for having my back. ;-)
     
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    I personally don't like how the sand dune is diagonal down right where the sky is angled the opposite direction.
     

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