Sunset in the Apple Orchard

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  1. NJMAN

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    I saw the most amazing sunset last night in the midst of some purple clouds. C&C always welcome. Thanks for looking! :)

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    This one was taken just a short distance from the location above, so I am going to title this:
    Sunset Near the Apple Orchard.

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    Thanks for looking! :)

    NJ
     
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    I love #2. Gorgeous photo.
     
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    Thank you Kimber! I appreciate the kind words!
     
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    Wow! That is an amazing sunset! Don't you just love when you have you camera handy when you come across one of those?! I never do! :( LOL

    I like how you can see the apples on the tree in the first one. What aperture did you use?
    And the second one is my favorite of the two. It's just beautiful. One of the nice things about being into photography, it lets you NOTICE everything around you, whereas so many others seem to skim right past everything!
     
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    I think your first shot is the best! The grass and trees look so surreal!
    Your second shot looks a little shaky; I almost see a double image of a tree on the horizon.
     
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    Hi Kathi,
    I think it was set to f/14. Thank you the thoughtful comments! :)
     
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    Thanks Abel. I'm not sure what you mean by double image of the tree. I had the camera on a tripod. It was a little gusty up on the ridge, so maybe the tree was swaying a little while I took the shot.

    Anyway, thanks for looking and commenting. I really appreciate it! :)
     
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    Great photos, very beautiful colors.
     
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    Nice mix of lighting values and colours in the first one NJ but the fiolage is too green for me. IMO it competes with the sunset.
    #2, nice.
     
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    I feel the colors in these photos look too unnatural, also due to the HDR processing and time lapse between exposures the tree lines have that odd look to them. The green in the first ia way to overbearing imo.
     
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    Wow on the first one!! :) It looks like a HDR its so clear and brilliant colors to it! I like the second one but the rays of light distract me for some reason... could be my insane case of ADDDddddddddd....... wait what? lol still freaking stellar work man!
     
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    Looking at it again, I see what you are saying and understand about the gusts affecting the tree tops. The tips of the trees look just a bit pixelated to me. Is is just me or do I have a hardware malfunction? :)
     

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