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Old Feb 12, 2010, 12:35 PM   #1
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Old Feb 12, 2010, 12:37 PM   #3
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Barbarian!

You have created a very nice winter-scene her with subtle and soft colors and snow as it is when fresh and plentyful.

My personal favorite is # 3 in which the composition and the quiet and muffled mood is to my (melancholic?) liking. The picture represent total silence and relaxation to me. So undisturbed!

Just trees, snow and water with some slush on the surface - and so beautiful!

Very good snow-pictures - well done!


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Thank you very much. I got up just before sunrise, and got these before many people were around. They are my first attempts at doing snow in HDR.

I kinda like them.
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They are beautiful. I too am drawn to # 3 It's absolutely magical. # 5 is a close second for me. I like the way the branches on the right lead the viewer to the Gazebo structure. Spectacular opportunity resulting in spectacular shots, well done.
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Wow. Just a hint of color makes these photos very alluring to me.
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Old Feb 14, 2010, 9:39 PM   #10
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The Barbarian,

Beautiful images. Suppose there must be certain weather conditions to form these thick linings to the branches and twigs, and to make them remain at least for a while; for our enjoyment

Second vvcarpio on the colours. Refreshing to say the least

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