Love this shot, awesome!:thumbup:
I agree, nice shot.
Taken by my 4 year old from her playset perch!
Love the shot, like both versions.
Amazing shots, just awesome.
I try to avoid 85 as much as I can, it's nuts!
I have the panoramic of Richmond at twilight taken by James Blakeway that my wife got framed...
Nice shot and cute pup!
Thanks man. By the way thanks for the advice, always appreciated, I'm still trying to learn.:D
Great shot, I grew up in Richmond, my home away from home.
Houses, in fact if you look closely at 1 and 3 you can see the roof tops. Tough place to shoot, in my front yard, but the sky was just amazing...
What about the trees unsettles you? A little confused by your comments. I do agree with you on number 3 though. Maybe its me but I don't see much...
My 4 year old shot these of me the other day from her fort in her playset.
That's a sad photo for me...geez how could someone let that car go??! Anyway great shots, I like them.
2 and 4 are fantastic, nice work.
Chills...man that's crazy. Sorry about your loss.
Love the shot, nicely done.
The last one is awesome, but all are great!
Awesome shots, nice work.
Wow, very smart inexpensive solution and the photos look great. What software are you using to frame them?
Love your dog, I'm looking for a yellow lab now. I like the orginal shot better. I think a darker color behind him would look better but still...
Separate names with a comma.