Sun flower

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    The weathers been really dark and gloomy this winter and has left me with little opportunity to go out and get some photos. I got lucky with these shots but it was really windy so i had to settle for what i got.

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    I dont like the trees in the back... so bland but i do like how my sun flowers came out
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    Very nice!
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    Kool little field! Nice shots :)
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    Not sure why they are posted in the HDR section ;)

    Still, really like #1!
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    Same here. But I really envy you with having warm enough weather to have wild flowers growing.
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    because these are HDR photos... i couldnt use more then 2 phots however since it was really windy and they were swinging around everywhere

    plus i was trying to go for a more natural feel this time more brightness less filters n effects
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    You succeeded, as they looked to me like a single processed image.
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    thank you, i noticed that when i was finsihed post processing my my images most of the time they would look too cartoony or painted

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