Snowy Branches

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  1. sleist

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    Awsome!
     
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    I really like it. however the little color things on the branches distract a little. I recommend turning it black and white.
     
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    Beautiful..... :)
     
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    That's great! Looks like a slice of brain.
     
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    Great eye

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    Thanks for the comment. I felt like the color provided a connection to reality.
    I did consider monochrome, but the color worked best for me.

    If I were to crit this, I would ding the image on exposure. It comes across as under exposed, but pulling up the mid-tones blows out the highlights too much for my taste.
     
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    I remember the "bucket of brains" portion of my anatomy class in school. I can still smell the formaldehyde.
     

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