The streaking skyline

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  1. Harpper

    Harpper TPF Noob!

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    I'll appreciate any comments given. Thanks for looking.

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    That's so good, it almost looks fake. Good work.
     
  3. Harpper

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    I had the same first reaction when I saw the original picture. The fog and haze around here really gives the environment here a weird dreamy quality to it in my opinion. I actually love what mother nature does around here. It makes for nice photo opportunities. :D Thanks for looking and commenting.
     
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    Interesting dimention to this photo. Nice work.
     
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    Awesome, where is it?
     
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    Love the gradiental difference on the sky...
    Nice job.....here you'll find every point of gradient from black to white :D
     
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    beautiful landscape.

    would like to see it in color.
     
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    Looks like the sky is racing across...
     
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    Thanks for the nice comments everyone. :D I noticed that no one commented on the blown highlight in the top right corner. I thought it added to the overall lighting but I wanted to see what you guys thought. Anyway, thanks to those that commented.

    California.

    Except for environments with good color I actually prefer B&W...but since you asked I've posted the color version below. I still like the B&W more but I'll let you decided. :wink:

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    I am a huge fan of B&w but the gradients of blue are really nice in this picture. Might be nice to hang them side by side, or in one frame where they are both matted.
     
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    That's a nice idea. Sometimes I have trouble deciding on whether I like the B&W or colored versions of my pictures more, so framing them next to each other might just be the way to go for those pictures. :wink: Although with this picture I do like the B&W version more, but that's why it's so great to hear what you guys think. :D
     

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