Sunset over a Hill.

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  1. Wyjid

    Wyjid TPF Noob!

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    This is some tenacious grass. the wind was whiping it around and it was hanging on by on tiny root strand. it made a beautiful pattern though.

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    here's a picture of a sun to make everyone happy. it's a sunrise if you still want to quibble about titles, but whatever.
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    Whats With the miss leading title? NO comment from me.
     
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    Use some imagination. are you so picky about titles that you can't look at the posted photograph? Two reasons. one, the picture was taken on the top of a hill and was lit as the sun was setting, two the pattern of the circle and and sticks on sand resembles the sun setting through a cloud over a hill. I had no idea the written title of a visual image was so integral to explain a picture on a photo site.
    I dont mean to be rude, but seriously, do you need to express so emphaticly by means of a comment, that you refuse to comment on the picture?

    PS thanks for the comment.
     
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    I like it, the idea atleast.. At first i didn't realise the sticks were forming the landscape so to speak, i thought they were just random. As an 'idea' it works but i'm just wondering how it'd look without the sticks?
     
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    you mean of just the circle? i have one like that too. and one where the plant is being whiped around. and another angle. i just liked the sticks as well.
     
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    Good job, and good imagination. I like the first image, it made me think until I "got it".
     
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    I did some editing....

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    oh wow, I didn't catch that either.

    Cute idea, though I'm not personally big on assembling things to make a picture... personal preference only.

    Still, both pics are very neat. The mist and clouds in the sunrise shot is/are amazing.
     
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    Oh i agree. but i didn't assemble it. it was just there. i liked the way they were all lying together and that the sun was setting on them. i almost steped right on the sticks before i noticed the plant in its circle. fortunately i didn't step to close and make footprints in the sand.

    PS thanks for the edit Saint. i thought of doing something like that but didn't have the time. i have one similar as well but a bit more close up.
     

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