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Old Dec 8, 2009, 3:24 AM   #1
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#1 is magnificient. # 2 is OK. #3: I find the tree branches a bit distracting especially since the rest of the image is not in focus.
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#1 is beautiful Torgny. You have captured harmony. I like the blue colours on the lake and the turquoise skye, nice and natural.

#3 would be also a picture that I would find harmonic if it weren't for the branches. If the branches were out of focus and the background in focus. It's difficult to say, but the branches I find ruins the harmony. I'm no expert so this is just a personal feeling.
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Thank you for viewing and the comments. Picture three. Yes, the branches and twigs are just breaking the harmony, I can see that now. Thank you both for pointing that out

Walked that day some 8 or 9 kilometers all around the lake and saw those white lines everywhere. Also today. Nothing special really but it got stuck in my mind

Perhaps you have noticed how eager I am to share pictures I'll post another picture from that day, hopefully without distractions, and bright line picture one from today

If you have the time and interest to comment on them, please do.

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#1 Love, love love it. The colour gradient of the sky reflected in the water is wonderful as it gets deeper and deeper blue. I agree with the others comments here about #2 and #3. #4 has a lovely watercolour quality that is very restful to look at.
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#1 Love, love love it. The colour gradient of the sky reflected in the water is wonderful as it gets deeper and deeper blue. I agree with the others comments here about #2 and #3. #4 has a lovely watercolour quality that is very restful to look at.

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Thank you very much for vewing and the comments. Much appreciated

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Torgny, since you asked, a couple of comments on the last image.
I like the composition..the ducks really set off the whole image. I would have preferred a little more exposure in the trees. Finally, I see some evidence of orange lens flare in the tree line which you may try to clone out.
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