Windmills

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  1. ksharlow

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    I lightened, add contrast and I added saturation. Thoughts?

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    Nice looking shot, but I find my eye being drawn toward the rock in the center at the bottom. Colors are very nice, though.
     
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    Is that the wind farm on Maui?
     
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    I couldn't decide if I wanted to emphasize the rock or not. I darkened the grass but let the rock stay a touch lighter.

    It is Maui. I hiked the Lahaina Pali Trail Saturday. Next time I am going to hike closer to the Windmills. We had a friend along and I was concerned the hike as is was winding him.
     
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    Great view from up there.
     
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    Yes! I am eager to go at least one more time. As we stood 1000 feet above sea level a whale breached below in Maalaea Bay Harbor at least 6 times. We would watch it come up (it was small but still viewable) flip over and seconds later we would hear the splash.
     
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    It sounds like you have been up there? Have you hiked the trail?
     
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    I did earlier this month.

    Could even see a couple of whales actually, the Grand Wailea resort, Lahina(obviously), awesome.

    For a complete different view, go to the resort and go to the beach there, awesome view of all the mills.
     
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    Will do! Thanks!
     
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    Cropped in half horizontally does more for my eye.

    -Shea
     
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    I see what you mean. I didn't consider that. Thanks!
     

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