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Old Oct 21, 2009, 1:34 PM   #1
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Picture number two. Remark; couldn't believe my eyes when we we left the forest and met the colour of the sky, by the shoreline
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Really nice and beautiful series, Torgny! The colors are exceptional.

In #4 you should have asked 'Siri' to pose the other way, turn around so she would have faced into the picture - that would have been perfect!

I specially like #5, 6 and 7 and find them appealing very much to my 'melancholic sense' - something I seem to develop every year, as the summer ends and October brings cold nights, short daylight and the foretellings of another harsh winter to come.

#7 is The Classic to me, where the beautiful, soft and tender pastell-colors stand in sharp contrast to the hard rocks in the foreground and the sharp silhuette of the wreck. I also like the perspective of the shoreline leeding the eye into the background and to dissapear way yonder - Just beautifully done, Torgny! Very good.


Regards from the coast of Norway!
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Walter,

The location is Hisingen outside Göteborg. Further north the typical rock formations of the region Bohuslän very much resemble the smooth rounded forms in your excellent pictures

Yes, haha, a classic, the dog should be looking inwards. There is a way in Photoshop, never tried it, Cione stamp tool and then rotate in this case 180 degrees horizontally

Even the first picture is distracting. the dogs should be turning their heads in the same direction.

Thought I could get away with it

Strange thing, at least my eyes want a well defined direction all over the format, also in plant photo, so many of my reed photos are made in strong wind

Well, thanks, Walter. Brödrafolkens väl once again but with this country as a part of Norge

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All of these are nice shots. In the first two, I get the distinct feeling of watching two Wolves. Great effect! Excellent series!

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