Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by John E., Jun 27, 2005.
Don't know why someone would put the pallet in the lake, but I decieded to use it any way.
Awww, you are surrounding by such an amazingly beautiful scenery!!!
And you have a way to capture it....! WOW.
I think you should have left the pallette out! What a great sky and reflection!
why? otherwise it would have been just ANOTHER boring landscape shot from John E. :mrgreen:
im with LaFoto John...you have a unique way of capturing the beauty of your world! :thumbup: i like this one...reminds me of a similar image where instead of a pallet there was a ladder floating. btw, where bouts in Canada are you?
Love this shot .... with or without the pallette .... the reflection is great
Amazing shot John. I think the pallete adds a contrast to the picture. Sure is beautiful up north. Sooo clear compared to the smog here.
Very well done!!
Yay cruzin changed his name so I can actually remember it now! Yay! I always used to get you "C" people mixed up. Is it just me or are there a lot of user names starting with C?
To the pic, it's gorgeous and the crate thing really makes it. The blues are just gorgeous!
Truly beautiful exposure....i like the pallette, though a little more sky would be good too.
wow, thats nice.
John (ah it's nice to know your name finally!) This is so vibrant and yet very calming at the same time! I think the pallet adds an interesting aspect to the photo. Made me think and I try not to do that! Those blues are wonderful! Great job!!! : )
Lafoto there is some great stuff here to shoot, I still have not seen a fraction of it. Thanks
JonMikal I am centre north of Lake Superior, almost right inbetween Sault Ste Marie and Thunder Bay, Marathon Ontario, too small a town for most maps.
Plastic Spanner , I have a picture of just the reflection, I will dig it out of the archieve and post it later. I like to get something in the foreground to give depth to the picture.
Chiller, the skys are so blue here at times it even amazes me but when its overcast, which seems to be most of the time ( due quite often to lake effect) its all grey.
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