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Old Oct 13, 2007, 2:42 PM   #1
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Think the PIC says it all.


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Old Oct 13, 2007, 4:07 PM   #2
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Thetastefularrengement makesit a joy for the eye to followthe layerswithbeautiful colours. 1/ 5 cropping of from the right would make it even more tense IMO. The sensor seems to have been fooled by this sight though
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Mt. Baker is a wonderfully scenic spot... one of these days, i want to get up to Artist Point EARLY on a summer morning, to catch the sunrise on the mountain... the road up there is already closed for the winter though, so any such adventure will have to wait till next summer, i fear...
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GaryA-BDP wrote:
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Think the PIC says it all.

Yes, it sure does. Due to the different layers of sharpness the eyes are drawn to the most remote part. Nice composition and framing

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