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Was that just the light as it was through the branches?[/QUOTE]

Thanks Fred, yes I guess it was just a change in the light as she had moved her position.
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Glen Canyon Dam, Page Arizona. November, 2020


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Beautiful scenery Josef! Reducing the exposure a tad might make the colors even stronger. TFS
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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Beautiful scenery Josef! Reducing the exposure a tad might make the colors even stronger. TFS


Agree with Fred in a matter of making picture a tad darker. Pity that highlights are totally blown.
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This looks special. The view is wide, but bound by the mist. Then the viewer is drawn towards the drops on the needles. So this is a hiding place. Very good Paul.
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Framed by trees


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Looking up through the trees towards Edinburgh castle


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Rose bush, attempt at a Lone Tree, Scorsese style

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