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  1. RedDevilUK

    RedDevilUK TPF Noob!

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    ok, just a few things i snapped walking to and from a friends house last night :)

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    this next one is part of another shoot... also on another thread, but i like it :)
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    #5
    this was taken at night with the flash... twas a dark night tha' knows

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    as usual, comments are welcome ;) im learning from the comments of others :)
     
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    Funnily enough my favourite is the 1st one with the floating 'dead' trainer. I don't know what it is about the shot but I swear that I can smell it, hear the water and feel the breeze.

    Make of that what you will!

    Oh, and if you use a little imagination it's not too difficult to convince yourself that there's a whole person upside down beneath the shoe. That gives a great sense of the depth of water. It's probably only a few inches but what if it went down for miles?

    The second pic; I like the fact that I've no clue what the size of anything in shot is. Could my foot cover the whole shebang or would I be able to walk underneath the waterfall? Nice and confusing.

    Third: My second favourite, okay so it's a dried up track in mud. Or is it really a weird alien crystalline lifeform under an electron microscope? I think we should be told.

    Fourth pic: Sorry, my least favourite - I love the face thing but there's too much else in frame with not much to say about it.

    Fifth: My second least favourite - Nice water but I don't think that the dangling branch thing obscuring the flow to the left is a good idea.
     
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    andythebrave, I totally agree with the first pic, I love it, and I can't help but keep going back and looking again, imagining there is a whole person under there attached to it.
     
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    I like 3 best, but would have not cropped it as tight so that you can see the full imprint.

    Dee
     
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    #2 has great color, very nice.

    Regards,
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  6. RedDevilUK

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    thanks for the comments :)

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    the Training shoe in the water... the water is about 6 foot deep!! so there might be someone attached LOL
    #2
    its an area about 6 feet across
    #3
    i was taking pictures of a house... see the "house on the hill" thread, and as i walked round spotted this tyre mark in the mud...
    #4
    part of the house i was photographing :) creepy i think!!
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    i should photoshop that dangly bit off.... i am just surprised how it turned out, it was really dark... obviously thats only impressive to me, as no-one else will know.

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