Shades of Blue

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  1. Nod

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    The horizon line is quite tilted, which makes that blue-blue water run out of the frame and :gah: onto my desk :shock: !
    Other than that, this one is very blue, indeed, nice shades ... and why this crop? What did you crop out?
     
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    LaFoto, here's the original (straightened, thank you) all I did was cut out some sky and water to take the scene out of dead center.
     
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    Oh yes, I like the straightened original. Three thirds: first one water (wonderful colour), second mountains in clouds and many shades of blue, third sky, in yet another kind of blue. Very nice. And my desk is safe now. Phew! ;) ;) ;)
     
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    Nice scenic shot. TFS
     

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