Little Waterfall

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  1. John Hunt

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    Looks serene.
     
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    Really lovely shot.
     
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    Beautiful shot.
     
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  5. John Hunt

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    Thank you.
     
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    Nice place, but looks titled to the left, a lot actually.
     
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    Ahhhh, nice shot John. Maybe burn the highlights a tad. BUTTTTT what I really like is that you did not make the waterfall look like dry ice in a bucket of water.

    Well done Sir!
     
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  8. John Hunt

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    I'm not sure what you are seeing that makes you think it is tilted to the left but it is not.

    Thank you.
     
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    Nice shot ! Maybe too much foreground ? and as JacaRanda said, burn a little the highlights.
     
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    I'm not sure what you are seeing that makes you think it is tilted to the left but it is not.

    2 Things... The water at the back of the pool. I've never seen water that sits in a pool and is slanted, goes against laws of gravity.
    2nd thing, the black layer in the rocks on the left. Again it adds to the effect that the whole picture is off.

    I would edit it to show you what I mean, but you don't authorize that in your profile.
     
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    I see what you are talking about but still don't agree. The pool is an illusion created because of the small amount of it you can see and the odd shape of the edges. I don't know what to tell you about the black line in the rock. Look at the trees in the top of the image.
     
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    No problem, you posted here for some CC and I provided you with my opinion. My opinion is just that mine, you're free to take it or leave it as you wish.
     

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