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Old Jan 4, 2010, 4:52 PM   #1
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Hi Torgny,

This is an interesting effect, but personally I find the wind generator in the back ground to be a bit of a distraction and not an enhancement. My eyes tend to jump back and forth between foreground and background.
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Winter green: Mountain Cranberry

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Hi Torgny,

This is an interesting effect, but personally I find the wind generator in the back ground to be a bit of a distraction and not an enhancement. My eyes tend to jump back and forth between foreground and background.
schent1,

Yes, you're right. Now that I look closer. The Energy Department of my city had a proposal to let people in town vote for the best of my wind mill pictures, at their web site. I said no. Shouldn't really have competitions in music, art and photography

On the other hand wind mills can contribute to a scenery, but not this way. It's ugly

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