Rupture in valley

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  1. Compaq

    Compaq Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thanks for watching, and possible sharing opinions :)

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    Sol og Nåso 2 by Anders Myhre Brakestad, on Flickr


     
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    A couple of steps forward to eliminate the fence in the image would have done wonders.
     
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    Yes, I was very unsure about the fence. I've got some similar scenes without it as well.

    Thanks for sharing your views!
     
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    I kinda like the fence for some reason. A lot of snow covered mountain shots you see from this angle don't have much of a foreground.
     
  6. Compaq

    Compaq Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thanks, that's a good point.

    I just noticed I've done a poor job at cloning out some power lines upper left.
     
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    I agree with the comments about the fence - a bit too much in the foreground for me. I wouldn't remove all of it, because it's a nice touch from your viewpoint. Gorgeous area, that's for sure. I can't comment on the power line cloning - I don't see them at all.
     
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    I suppose it's a good thing you don't see the cloning. Maybe it's just me, as I know what it originally looked liked.

    Thanks, btw!
     
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    I wasn't too sure about the fence either. I think my prob is that it competes for attention with that great break in the clouds, and I think the break should win.

    My (newbish) $0.02

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    Thanks, I really get your point.
     
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    I like the fence, just wish it was not as close. I think if you were back a bit it would provide a good foreground interest.
     

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