Sunsets and Windmills

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  1. BoblyBill

    BoblyBill TPF Noob!

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    Here's a couple of pictures I took with the "famous" Fugi 50 ISO Velva.

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    I like #1 & 2. I like the color of the sky. Nice job!!!!
     
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    There is something about a windmill and a sunset combined that is very pleasing to the eye.

    Great work on the photos.
     
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    /\ I agree
     
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    While I like the change of colours in the sky with the sun setting more and more in Photos 1 and 2, I must say that I also like the motion blur in 3 along with the deep, velvety blue-going-towards-black of the sky (plus the composition of the frame) in 3. Thinking about it I even tend to like 3 best of all.... :scratch: ... well, hard to tell, they are all good.
     
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    What if it was was fading from light green to dark green... Would you like it more... :wink: Thank you for all you kind comments oldnavy170, CMan, lostprophet, LaFoto.
     
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    Really, really liking number three...
     
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    I'm actually curious why you say that because of the halo around it. I had to sharpen the image due to the image being off slide film and my scanner (I think it's my scanner) seems to soften the image quality... but thanks for the comments.
     

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