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  1. andrew99

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    A tree I found north of Toronto, the soil is eroding which is why the roots are all exposed. The reddish colour of the soil is from high levels of iron oxide in this area, apparently this was a lake at some point. C&C welcome! :)

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    that blue is SOOOO blue. it makes for great contrasting colors.
     
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    love this picture... iffy on the border :)
     
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    I really like this one a lot. Gives me the feeling of seeing something old hanging on to life by a thread. The blue sky is very nice as well.

    As far as c&c, well...... your exposure seems perfect, contrast of colors is amazing, framed perfectly (for my tastes). Great job.
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Very nice find!
    Good POV!!!!
    The sky complements the red soil ever so much! This is good.
     
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    That works! I like the vibrancy of the colours, the asymmetrical composition and the textures.

    Regards, Tony
     

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