Sky on fire

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  1. Mgw189

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    Not all that crazy about the houses but I tried to get them as black as possible.
     
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    That turned out really great, I love the composition. I think the houses do quiet well with the overall picture, although I find the branches and leaves at the top of the picture distracting. Maybe photoshop them out? Not sure.

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    See now those I kind of like. I wished it did more to frame the image.
     
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    I agree with Nikki on the leaves/branches at the top and left edges of the picture. It distracts from the sunset.
     
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    Sunrise actually but even so I can see where you guys are coming from. This was not a well planned shot really. I was on my way to work (I almost always have my camera on me) and this is how I was greeted walking out the door. I took the camera out and snapped this shot as I was walking down to my car.
     
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    I like the branches more than the houses... I wish the scene had been set higher so there was more branch and less house. But its still a great shot
     
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    I love the comp on this shot im a huge fan of orange's.
     
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    Beatiful sky! Nice capture....This would have also been a great opportunity for for an HDR image.
     
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    I think I would like it more with less of the houses. There is nothing to the bottom of the picture.
     

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