Northern landscape

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  1. ArcelorMan

    ArcelorMan TPF Noob!

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    Give me feedback about this one. Thanks!

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    I love the reflection on the water! The sky and the landscape seem to bleed together a bit, maybe a bit of contrast in the sky would help...
     
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    The water is running out of the photo! :shock:

    (Your horizon is crooked.)
     
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    Sorry but I think it isnt crooked. Take a window and move it so the water line is near the top of the window. You will find it is parralel. I think it's an illusion. the mountain on the right is farther maybe it's that.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    It's about .5° leaning to the right... so, Harmony: it'll only dribble out onto your desk (or mine, for that matter ;) ) and not rush, but other than that it is very beautiful and makes me grateful for the new soft, warm sweater I got myself today, for otherwise it would make me shiver with cold just from looking at it! It looks quite cold. I like how landscape and sky blend into each other, for that is the true situation often with such very low hanging clouds.
     
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    i want that glass.

    great shot, i love how if you flipped it over you couldnt tell which was the sky and which was the water..
     

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