View from Mt. Bromo, Java, Indonesia

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  1. lukasw

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    Hi,

    This is my first photo that I wanted to show you. It was amazing to stay there and have a view over this huge crater.

    What do you think about this picture?

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    greets from austria,
    lukas
     
  2. Hoppy

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    WOW!!!!!!!
    I love the colours you have captured here and the composition in my opinion is spot on, maybe, if you want to be picky, remove the bushes from the bottom.

    Keep them coming
     
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    Amazing view!
     
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    Great Image!
     
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    WOW
     
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    Hey!!!! How did you get into my back yard? Great pic... I love it...
     
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    :mrgreen: lol



    This pic is awesome. The scenery helps too.





    pascal
     
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    Nice shot. I like it.......
     
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    amazing shot can't wait to see some more
     
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    Beautiful view. As fas as composition, the piece of rock in the lower right that is lit brightly by the sun is a little distracting and isn't really part of the vista. I would crop just above that for a panoramic crop.
     
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    i only opened it now, because before I did not want to open it because I know i would hate you for habing been there where I haven't :p

    Nice, in particular the colours :)

    unlike matt I think that rock really belongs there, as it shows that it is more or less a circle of mountain(s) surrounding the central peak, like a volcano inside a crater. this rock on the far bottom right is separated by a gap from the rest, but it is still part of that outer crater-like mountain-range (I believe).

    the scene shown certainly has room for many different crops and images!
     
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    Amazing view, love those mountains. How long was the hike? What's the elevation?
     

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