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  1. #911
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    I don't mind, i do prefer the original tho. That one looks too "fake".
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/14807929@N05/

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  2. #912
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    Eagle Eye View of Lake


  3. #913
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    Nice pictures guys. RAW to jpeg then resized with picassa. I liked the one tree that was beginning fall colors here.
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  4. #914
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    Many Glaciers Lake

    Glacier National Park. Worked at trying to crop it but just couldn't come up with anything better, even though I know I'm *supposed* to avoid completely centering my subject.

    As always comments welcome.

    -- Bass
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  5. #915
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    Nice shot, but it seems to be leaning to the left. I would crop off about 1/2 the water to emphasize the width of the mountain.
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  6. #916
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    Sometimes the rules can be ignored - this view emphasises that peak
    Yes, as suggested, maybe crop out a little foreground water and slightly level the shot
    I have quickly done that for you to see what you think - but the credit is all yours for the superb shot in the first place
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  7. #917
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    Bass that is one nice shot. I do agree however, with the cropping job that Geoff has done. It really focuses on the beauty of the mountain range. Good job both you guys.

  8. #918
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    Dull days over and the FALL has arrived!
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  9. #919
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    Autum view

    Yesterday's brief morning glimpse of sun.
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    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

  10. #920
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    a few more of the fall, the second image is the one posted a few days ago but with a different focus (no blur background). pity the fall came in so sharply and the colors are not that rich like they could be.
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