Road Trip

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  1. woodsac

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    The weather said there was gonna be a small storm moving through Bishop last Sunday...so we went for a road trip :mrgreen:

    It's about 2.5 hours away, but it was worth it. It was the first time we got to touch snow this year. It was cold and windy but the lighting was nice. This is also where the cow and horse pics came from. And theres some other landscapes to follow.

    I pulled over on Hwy 395 for Sis to change Davin, and I grabbed the camera.

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    Very dramatic. Try cropping the road totally and perhaps you can get a better picture. The road gives you the motion / eye movement but also it distracts from the sun topped mountains.
     
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    I like it the way it is. Not just another landscape. Very cool, don't change a thing.
     
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    I don't think so at all. I think it works awesome with the road. And with the title, it totally creates the idea of the type of scenes you see most often, which is to say, from a car. Most people don't get out of the car to take photos like that. A++
     
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    Great shot with the road in, well done.

    Eric
     
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    Lovely shot. Great comp. :thumbup:
     
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    like it as it is... nice saturation and great perspective
    thanks for sharing:)
     
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    Very nice Woody...I wouldn't change a thing about it! : )
     
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    Thanks much :)
    I appreciate the feedback!!!
     
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    ^^ what they said ^^ Love it!!!
     
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    Don't change a thing - it's great as it is. Ya gotta love a road trip.
     
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    After everyone's comments I re-looked at the picture. As someone said, without the road, the picture will just be - another picture. The road does bring in the uniqueness and gives it the eye movement. Good work.
     

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