Watermelon Mountain

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  1. Jeepnut28

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  2. Joey28

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    Wow thats a really interesting photo. I like using mirrors in pictures. I really only know the basics of photography Im just learning but thats an awsome phtograph! Good job :)

    I liiiiiikkkkeee it lol
     
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    Awesome point of view. Were you on vacation?
     
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    Nice shot. How did you get the mirror so tight? I tried to do a shot like this and everytime the mirror was hazy to the point of being a distraction rather than a frame.


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    Is that a photo put into the mirror, the reason I say that is that the bushes don't match up to the landscaping outside the window on the other side of the street, only the gravel matches...... just my opinion
     
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    uh no. the only post processing I did was sharpen and exposure.
     
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    nope I live here. that is the view to and from my girlfriends house from mine.
     
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    focal length was 45mm aperture was f/8
     
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    this is a nice idea... thanks for sharing :)
     

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