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Old Nov 22, 2009, 12:45 PM   #11
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Torgny!

Your #1-photo....



...is very nice. I really like the contrast in the pine-needles and the subtle colours made by the sun's rays, together with the mellow colors of the clouds.

Well done.
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Old Nov 24, 2009, 8:27 PM   #12
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Torgny!

Your #1-photo....
...is very nice. I really like the contrast in the pine-needles and the subtle colours made by the sun's rays, together with the mellow colors of the clouds.

Well done.
Walter,

You've got sharp eyes. For a couple of weeks now I've been visiting the same location (suitable for my dogs running loose in darkness and rain) to explore my limits in very low light. It's called Änggårgsbergen and has four ridges and subsequently three "valleys"

All I can say is that it's not easy; for me anyhow. Suppose the military has some equipment but they keep it for themselves although the research is done with public money. Shame on them

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Beautiful series Torgny. You've used the soft, subtle light to great effect. Both the 'brighter' colours as well as the very mild tones in this series give a feeling of peace.

I agree with Walter abt the first photo having a very beautiful contrast (pine neededs and sun light / clouds).

Furthermore I also really like the "from a valley below' photo (and it's b&w version). The creek reflecting light in the foreground really adds to the interest. Superb.

Thanks for sharing your side of the world.

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I like them all, but I think #5 is my favorite. The sunset, the darkened landscape, and a silvery stream in the middle of it. Very nice.
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Paul,

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Thanks. Don't know about you, Paul, but I know The Barbarian has experience in developing black and white Tri-X Pan (400 ASA film) film to perhaps 1600 ASA, DIN

The pictures made from these films were grainy, very grainy, but that was concidered "artistic"

And it could very well be

Today we have a noise fobia. Never understood why.
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