Night Silhouette

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  1. ccd333

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    On a VERY early Saturday morning in Rocky Mountain National Park (July 2004)

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    Hmm, the first thing that hits me is that the horizon is off. And IMO theres way too much black background. The sky is lovely though, I would love to see this in B&W
     
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    :oops: Sorry about the size of the image! I'm still learning how to use Photo freaking Bucket..... :x
     
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    Karalee, thanks for your input. But how could the horizon be off??? This is on an alpine ridge at almost 12,000 feet. This was not a level slope. There is no possible way to distinguish whether the horizon is off.
     
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    I meant there was a slight slope to the shot, thats what I mean by off.
     
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    My apologies for being presumptious about what you meant. :)
     
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    The horizon doesn't bother me at all. I like the fact you're looking up to the slope, and it's obvious the animals are grazing undisturbed. This is a very quiet, serene-looking image. Just beautiful. :D
     
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    I LOVE IT!!! That's all I have to say.
     
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    Great photo! I like that the bottom is slighly going downwords, and I love the colors here. Don't change it to b&w, because I thing that a litle bit of colors here, gives the approperiate atmosphere
     
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    You really captured the serenity of the moment. Elk are such a lovely animal. I'm glad to see I'm not the only one that photographs them.
     

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