Very First Try - C&C Please?

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  1. Catastrophic

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    My very first try, C&C please.
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    too much distraction in the first pic.
     
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    What was your motivation in these images?
     
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    There is no motivation... pretty greens in the first, shot through a car window, lol.... can you get a polarizing filter for a cell phone cam?
     
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    @Invictus.

    'Not using a cell phone cam;
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    Why not at least roll the window down?
     
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    I used to date a chick named Kyara. Beautiful name.
     
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    Have another look at the reflections and PoV. Best guess is the upper level of a coach / bus.
     
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    Yes it is the upper level of a bus. :)
     
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    Sorry for the late reaction.
    After finding my camera I figured that it would be nice to to give it a try,
    so I went into my yard and took some pictures. :)
     
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    To Bitter Jeweler and Catastrophic,

    This is just a friendly note or rather a thought for consideration. Although TPF has plenty of young members, there is also a population that, well, aren't so young. The fact of the matter is that as one progresses chronologically, the eyesight, by nature, diminishes. If you were to see certain people of certain ages holding a piece of paper with written text on it, it probaly means they're in that stage of life where it becomes more difficult to read the written text. That does not mean their eyesight has gone altogether, just a natural progression and contrast is important.

    I say this in the kindest terms. It has been proven that the easiest color combination on the eyes is black text on white background. All I ask is that each of you think of the others that are afflicted with this problem and kindly resort to (yes, I hate to say it), but please be considerate and use the "normal" black text for us old fogies.
     

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