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    After the Storm

    The colour has been modified slightly (was more pink) to satisfy my strange taste but otherwise this as seen. Taken one holiday evening in Nerja, Spain.

    Canon G7 and a Gin & Tonic

    After the Storm

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    Re: After the Storm

    Absolutely no problem with the colour. It looks more like a painting and I really like it.
    The boat is just perfectly placed there - any bigger than that and it wouldn't work for me - without it, wouldn't work either.

    I'll easily see it hanging on a wall.

    Good job.

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    Re: After the Storm

    I completely agree with Eugen and can only add that anyone who doesn't view this in the largest size that fits on their monitor is missing a really special treat.

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    Re: After the Storm

    Beautiful image, John. The gin & tonic is obviously a must-have accessory.

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    Re: After the Storm

    I can see the furniture to fit in with that hanging on a wall.

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    Re: After the Storm

    Very nice. Almost ethereal, and if the boat was gone, I'd swear this was a watercolor.

    Also, I propose that we petition for EXIF data to include a "liquid inspiration type" field.

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    Re: After the Storm

    Quote Originally Posted by RustBeltRaw View Post
    Very nice. Almost ethereal, and if the boat was gone, I'd swear this was a watercolor.
    Agreed, very well done, John.


    Sergio

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    Re: After the Storm

    Thanks so much for your great comment. It's typical isn't it. You can go looking for images and get nothing. Here I just happened to have a holiday camera on the table when the shot presented itself. Perhaps there is a market for a new gizmo - an Alcoholic Haze Filter.

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