Winter Wonderland!

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  1. Cyber Surfer

    Cyber Surfer TPF Noob!

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    Which of these two shots is most pleasing to the eye? Canon 5D with 17-40mm F4.0 L lens.

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    Or this one?

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    For me it's number two and it has something to do with the tops of those pines, and the way the river leads your eye into the image
     
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    I'd say I like the 2nd more :mrgreen:
     
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    Interesting, for me it's #1, the double track of the river in the 2nd shot detracts my eye a little...not that either of them are less than nice :)
     
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    While I can see the point of the pine-top lovers, I am with the "Guru" and like #1 a bit better because of the way the river is captured. If we were actually seeing the bend of the river in 2 I would possibly vote for 2 strongly, but since it is hidden ... Hmph :scratch: --- difficult one. They are both good. But I still lean towards 1.
     
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    i like #1 for sure. mountains are a focus point for me.
     
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    #1 I find more appealing.
    We see many pics of the mountain peaks,,but there is a whole new world to explore in the valleys and dales.
     
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    1 for me....leads the eye on a journey.... if that makes any sense at all
     
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    Makes perfect sense to me hovis,,,just what is around the bend?
     
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    I'd go for #1 just because you can see more of the mountains, but I'd be happy if I'd taken either
     
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    2nd for me. Nice shots!
     

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