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Old Feb 25, 2007, 11:56 AM   #1
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A few views of the Boise River. I adjusted the hue and saturation on some of them.

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Old Feb 25, 2007, 12:18 PM   #6
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Oh, geat pictures. Each of them has its own special qualities.

Are they taken recently?

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Thank you Torgny. Yes, they were taken last weekend when we had some decent weather. Today it is cold and rainy

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Strongly suggesting the love of nature... Well done, debbie!

I especially liked the first two pic. and the last one.Still, Ithinkeven the lessof the notable foreground in the firstphoto would do more justice to the rest of the image,which, consequently, might requirea littlecropping off from the bottom : )
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Debbie,

The proportions are spot on. It brings the impression "down to the ground". Cropping the foreground would give too much "high flying" for the subject

The same goes for #2. The proportions are just right. What is it floating on the surface of the river - leafs from the past fall?

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Thank you for your kind words bahadir.

Torgny, those are actually rocks in the river. The river is really low right now. They will let water out of Lucky Peak Damn in the spring and it will look like a completely different river.

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