Park in the Fall

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  1. noname

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  2. ShootHoops

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    Nice shots. I like #1 and #4.
     
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    Wow, I love the colors in number 1. That is a beautiful shot!!!!
     
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    I love number 1. Amazing shot! All those colours are great!
     
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    Nice colors #3 is a great idea with the isolated color.
     
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    Refreshing sight, now that all the leaves have long gone from the trees and with them the colours - and no snow has arrived here as yet to switch to winter scene photos, so ... what can one do?

    Thanks for posting these NOW, and I really like the colours in the last one, that scene is so serene, too. (They are good in the first two, too, mind).

    Good idea about the selective colouring, works nice here, I think.
     
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    I know everyone else has said it but I am going to anyway - the colours are amazing! #1 and #4 are my favorites
     
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    2,3 and 4 for me. great shots
     
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    Thanks so much everyone :)
     
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    Hey noname! How you doing? :D

    Really like the colours in this series! Nice & warm autum stuff! Not too sure on the selective colouring stuff though.

    Nice to see you around still & post some more please! :wink:
     
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    Wow these are all very nice, it's #2 for me
     

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