Paths and train tracks C&C

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  1. kravjitsu

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    Took these while i was on a walk C&C please [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    I personally am not a fan of power lines, but I like the forest path photo. The natural curvature and variation of the trees and path make it an interesting photo.
     
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    Thanks, i wish the other path photos i took turned out better but they were kind of washed out and you couldn't really tell what was what
     
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    Number 4 is a lovely image. I think the tree shadows crossing the path make it more interesting than your run-of-the-mill path shot. Would love to see the original colour version; with the sunlight coming from the side, I assume this was shot either at sunrise or sunset, so the colour of the light was probably a beautiful gold. A personal preference: I'd sharpen it a bit to bring out some of the texture of the tree trunks and fallen leaves.
     
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    Ill try that cause i see what you mean. The color image isnt all that great its actually kind of bland and grey to begin with since its the middle of winter
     

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