Today, I wrote you a song

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  1. colpo di fulmine

    colpo di fulmine TPF Noob!

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    Come to me, and I will sing it softly into your ear. Come to me
    as Winter falls silent on the leaves, I need a moment to press
    my lips to yours--that perfect second where all becomes white,
    where my kiss sweeps your stormy heart like a symphony,
    where language has no barriers
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    Where within each new second, your body trembles as you seek
    words of your own, but they remain lost along the tongue.
     
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    Gorgeous photograph!
     
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    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Nicely done!
     
  4. Rick Waldroup

    Rick Waldroup No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The composition is really nice, but I find the blocked up trees way too dense. The contrasty look is excellent, but some detail in the trees would be better. However, this look you presented may be what you were trying to achieve?
     
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    The exposure in the untouched snow is wonderful, but, I would agree with Rick in suggesting that some detail in the treeline would be preferable. All a matter of ones taste I suppose.
    It is a pleasant image to view just the same.
     

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