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    Rainy day

    Since its raining, I'm catching up on my PP after a great spell of Autumn weather. Snow forecast in my village soon, so hopefully better weather later on. Anyway, here's a couple, comments appreciated as always

    Rainy day

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    Re: Rainy day

    Two, I think, excellent images. Again, the lesson is - It's all about the light. Another example of that is the image that Sharon posted up today . It is something that all us, no matter our experience level, will want to study and remind ourselves about. The whole basis of our art and craft is light: Get it right and you make good images.

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    Re: Rainy day

    Thanks Jeff for another wonderful set of images. I like both for different reasons.

    Thanks Donald for the hint, tip, reminder, ....

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    Re: Rainy day

    Both are gorgeous. The first one is stunning. Well done!

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    Re: Rainy day

    Both are wonderful, Jeff. #1 is my favorite, although there is one tiny thing which caught my eye. Upper right of the image along the right border, it looks to be a bird flew in but is so small that it looks like dirt on my screen. tried to wipe it off.

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    Re: Rainy day

    I really like the oblique light on the mountain, brings out the texture of the rock and snow quite nicely. Nice light on the foreground trees and pasture.

    Of the two the first is the strongest image. The sky is interesting in the second. Maybe lighten up the foreground a touch?

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