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    Fall colors in Poland

    Nothing spectacular, I missed the best time of the year and the best time of the day.
    I like it because it's very close to my parents' house and I spent most of my childhood wandering around this forest.
    I guess it has more sentimental than photographic value to me
    C&C welcome, as always.

    Fall colors in Poland

    Canon EOS 40D + Canon EFS 10-22mm @ 21mm, 2.5", f/11, ISO 100, tripod.

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    Re: Fall colors in Poland

    I think you captured the colors wonderfully! Very pretty!

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    Re: Fall colors in Poland

    Looks good to me Agata,

    Was it taken just from eye height?

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    when we are children,our minds constantly watches,learns and absorbs everthing we see,feel and touch or even taste you do have a eye for beauty and you shot this pic pretty well! you have not given the viewers eyes a chance to leave your frame,from any point! thats really good! my only grudge is that u left too much forground, which stops the smooth flow all around!........very simple and pretty pic

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    Re: Fall colors in Poland

    Thank you for all the kind comments, much appreciated
    Colin, honestly I don't remember the angle for this shot. I think I might have set up the tripod a bit lower than normal angle, maybe knee or hip height, cause I shot some low angles too.
    Taken, I think I put the ground in the frame to take attention away from the white sky, which was nothing special. But I'll experiment with a crop with less ground in the frame - thanks for the suggestion

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