Winter Wonderland?

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  1. boogaguy

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    I like it. I would've liked to see a little bit more light leading into the trees.
     
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    yeah, it is kinda dark. Some color would make it awesome.
     
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    Yes its dark... it was night time.
    I really do prefer dark photos and dark subjects.
    I dont like the standard snow pics. The fence post etc...
    Its difficult to get a unique snow pic.
     
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    I like it man. It is easy on the eyes and still has an interesting edge....makes you wonder. Good job.
     
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    Thank you.
     
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    Very cool. It's definitely very different. I think with just a slight more light on the road, lighting up a couple of extra trees, it would be perfect.

    Did you use a flash, or were the trees lit up by your headlights, or a steet light?
     

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