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Old Feb 18, 2010, 8:27 AM   #11
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Walter S,

I always get excited to open your scenic photos. Simply outstanding. The colours are a nice compliment to each other and the 'pop' of the red is wonderful. It helps too that the photos are full of sharp detail. Once again, you make me want to jump on a plane and go
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Old Feb 18, 2010, 9:29 AM   #12
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these look great walter. ...i kind of wish the foreground part of the snow was just a shade brighter. but minor. great set again walter.

I appreciate your guidiance, Dustin - and now that you say so, i cannot understand that I didn't see that myself? The firground-snow is far too dark, so i made som changes, lightened the whole picture to some degree and the snow in particular.

Maybe this is better?


# 2 again, but lighter this time.


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Old Feb 18, 2010, 9:43 AM   #13
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...Love those images by the sea. Is the red house a summer cottage perhaps?
That's a very precise observation, bluenose. Originally a fishermans family-house (big family with lots of children) at the end of 1800th, but converted to a summer cottage now. This is the way many old settlements along the coast are being changed nowadays.
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Very very nice Walter
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...and I can do it from the warmth of my own home. Thanks!
Thank you for your nice comments, Gary - I'll keep on bringing cold scenery into your living-room!
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Gorgeous images!! ...shooting snow can be a real challenge.
I appreciate yoor kind words, schent1 - Thank you.


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The detail in the snow is always amazing in your shots...
Thank you for your comments, Markus - but the snow's details are more a matter of my camera's good exposure values and partly to HPHDR.

But I enjoy your kind words and my camera!
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...I always get excited to open your scenic photos. Simply outstanding. The colours are a nice compliment to each other and the 'pop' of the red is wonderful...
Really nice of you to say so, Shutterbug! Thank you.
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Old Feb 21, 2010, 12:16 PM   #15
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Breathtaking sceneries as usual Walter! I think someone already said this but I too am awed by the clarity of snow in your pictures. I actually think you walk around sprinkling diamonds here and there but how you manage to do that without leaving footprints is beyond me.
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