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    Two Seasons

    Same spot, 5 months and 70 degrees temperature difference. All comments/suggestions welcome.

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    Re: Two Seasons

    Good stuff Kevin!
    did you really leave the camera there all that time?? just kidding

    I really like the circle on the water in the winter shot!
    perhaps, the bridge is a bit distracting...
    cheers
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    Last edited by Nicola; 16th January 2013 at 08:02 PM.

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    Re: Two Seasons

    Hi Kevin,
    great idea; what a difference 5 months makes.
    No C&C needed in my opinion, just enjoyed viewing.
    Thanks for sharing.
    John.

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    Re: Two Seasons

    Lovely winter shot.

    The top half might be a bit too dark but that is winter for you.

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    Re: Two Seasons

    Thanks, Nicola, John and Bobo.

    I was really hoping no one would notice that bridge, but you guys never miss anything. I have a version in which I cloned it out, but just wasnt entirely happy with it.

    Bobo, you are right. It's really dark in that gorge- about 80 ft rise on both sides with severe angles. The sun never gets down there. Sometimes I'll do some multiple exposure layering, but with this I think I just used a gradient map layer to raise the upper half.

    Thanks for viewing and commenting , guys

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    Re: Two Seasons

    Good shots love winter shots, i'll have to try this. thanks fore sharing.

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    Re: Two Seasons

    Perhaps the summer shot would be more interesting if you had asked someone to use a hose to get some water going over the rock ledge. Seriously, the winter shot has lots of interest that the summer shot doesn't have for me. The bridge doesn't bother me at all.

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    Re: Two Seasons

    Kevin, you are really making me jealous that you are so close and I am 4 1/2 hours away from there. I really like the winter shot and the bridge doesn't bother me either.

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    Re: Two Seasons

    Didn't notice the bridge until mentioned. To me it could just be a fallen tree, but if I concentrate I can see that it is a bridge. That water circle is very appealing.

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    Re: Two Seasons

    I like the winter shot best too but I'd much rather be there in the summer! I really like the ripples in the water and I think in this case the silky water works. It's really very beautiful. Thanks for sharing it!

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    Re: Two Seasons

    Nice job kevin, any chance you can get some elevation. I'd like to see the stream in the distance, going up the gorge.

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    Nice job, Kevin. I too would like to see some from a bit higher up. Not only for the stream running back a ways but to get a better view of the swirling bubbles in the pool.

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