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Old Apr 15, 2006, 2:14 AM   #1
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Old Apr 15, 2006, 2:55 AM   #2
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The house really detracts from the picture in my opinion.

Where are you from? I used to live over in western Washington (currently live in Spokane)...we used to have a house in Sumner that had a back porch from which you could see Mt. Rainier. Beautiful sight to wake up to.
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WOW! Fantastic view.

I'm not entirely sure that chopping the house in half quite works, but it's still very

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WOW! Fantastic view.

I'm not entirely sure that chopping the house in half quite works, but it's still very

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It would have been nice to have the whole building, but the place is a storage facility and as you can see there's a bunch of unsightly clutter at the bottom I didn't really like.




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nice shot, but i think it'd be better with the house a bit more to the left, so it doesn't intrude on the view of the mountain. looks like that might have been taken down near Sumner or Yelm or someplace like that?
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Just for those who like the mountain pure. :-)




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Old Apr 15, 2006, 4:59 PM   #7
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not to take away from your great shot, buddha, but i posted a shot last month in

critiques/techniques that is so similar (except for the color) that it is scary.

the reason is because i shot this from anderson island in the south sound, quite a

few miles to the west.

the trees in the foreground are three miles away and the mountain is about a

hundred.


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WOOW

1st shot it great. i love the crop. very panaramic

beautiful colouring also

nice job

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nice shot, but i think it'd be better with the house a bit more to the left, so it doesn't intrude on the view of the mountain. looks like that might have been taken down near Sumner or Yelm or someplace like that?

It was shot south of Puyallup heading towards Graham.

I have a couple of shots with the mountain farther out as well.:-)


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E.S. Crawford wrote:
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not to take away from your great shot, buddha, but i posted a shot last month in

critiques/techniques that is so similar (except for the color) that it is scary.

the reason is because i shot this from anderson island in the south sound, quite a

few miles to the west.

the trees in the foreground are three miles away and the mountain is about a

hundred.


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I missed that one. Nice shot. Mt Rainier are the eyes in the portrait that follow you; it looks the same just about wherever you are (unless it's on the other side) :-)
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