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    The long and winding road

    It's a quare crop of a vertical pano of 2 pictures:

    The long and winding road

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    Re: The long and winding road

    That invites me there; great!!!

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    Re: The long and winding road

    Rob - Looks as if we were both walking in forests recently. My one is here.

    I think your composition is excellent. The two tries right on the horizon line in the background are perfectly placed within the frame. They draw the eye through the scene. Your use of the light is also very impressive.

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    Re: The long and winding road

    Very nice.

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    Re: The long and winding road

    Excellent composition Rob as Donald points out. My only thought is that the path is a little bright, particularly in the FG. It might be worth taking it down a bit.

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    Re: The long and winding road

    Thanks every one!
    Donald, it was your excellent picture that made me remember I shot this one. It is from last Summer and the strange thing is that if you would walk in reality on this spot, you wouldn't recognize it.

    This BW came out very fine (if I may say so) but you might take a look at the color one here. Personally I think the BW is much better.

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    Re: The long and winding road

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Zijlstra View Post
    This BW came out very fine (if I may say so) but you might take a look at the color one here. Personally I think the BW is much better.
    I agree. The B & W is a much stronger image.

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    Re: The long and winding road

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Zijlstra View Post
    Personally I think the BW is much better.
    Totally agree

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    Re: The long and winding road

    I don't want to compare; the color is awesome in its own way; but this is outstanding in another way

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    Re: The long and winding road

    Thanks again!

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