Winter Gold

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  1. cpeay

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  2. cpeay

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    Toned it down a bit
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    I like the leading lines from the ice to the mountains but even your toned down version is way overdone. The saturation of the snow at the base of the mountains is completely unnatural as is the sky. I would like to see the original as you have a good base to work with that doesn't need all this extra saturation.
     
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    I like this much better
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    this is amazing!!! i love the un edited verson.:D:thumbup:
     
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    Love the unedited version . Such beautiful work !!!
     
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    The unedited version is ten times better than the other ones...great image!
     
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    The "unedited" version is much better although it could still tone down some of the blues but it's definitely better, a lot better.
     

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