Wintry Mantle

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  1. ccd333

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    The azure skies and rugged northeast face of Mt. Neva provide the only contrast to this otherwise monochromatic scene near Nederland, Colorado. Lake Dorothy has already built a frosty cloak for the season. Arapaho Pass Trail, Indian Peaks. 11/7/04.

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    I like it!
     
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    personally I'd like to see some layers/farther/vanishing poinst/diverging lines...... or some live objects such as a bird..... but I do like the senery a lot. It must take good effort to get this shot
     
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    nice capture! :thumbsup:
     
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    The colors are great! Did you use any kind of filter on that???
     
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    wow thats awesome, i looked at it and got cold. Nice capture.
     
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    This little fella was on the trail a bit earlier in the day. Can you place him in front of the scenery somehow? :)

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    No filter. Just a very slight increase in saturation post work. Plus, I had my Sony DSC-W1 on high saturation as well.
     
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    #1 is a bit boring IMHO
    #2 is very nice! :)
     
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    It works for me. Nice shot
     
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    I like both pictures. #1 has the better composition
     
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    I love the circle leading line of the lake. Works nice.
     

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