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Old Jan 28, 2011, 7:10 AM   #1
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Default A few more from "snowverkill"

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Old Feb 1, 2011, 10:18 PM   #2
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Very nice.. I'm too new to photography to give a "photographers" point of view, but I really like #1, but I'm big how light and shadows play together and the patterns formed in the fresh snow really works for me. I liked #3 as well. I'm not sure of the correct terminology, but the the browns of the buildings, the trees and the mans clothes pop against the snow. I want to call it almost monotone, but that just doesn't feel right. I haven't figured out #2 yet.. I know its stairs.. but other than that I'm lost.
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Old Feb 1, 2011, 11:07 PM   #3
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These are nice, Chris, especially if you're looking out the window from a warm room. Just once, I would love to romp with my boy in some snow. He's never seen it. Stay warm!

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Old Feb 2, 2011, 1:26 PM   #4
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#2 sticks out the most from the three. What would really make this photo would be to capture it again as someone is walking by just to give it some perspective and perhaps the added foot prints would also add a nice touch.
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very nicely done Cmoy. I like the lighting form 1 allot.
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I'm going to say number three, so we have them all covered. The third, while all are good on their own merits, has the lone stroller, adding the human element. I think not EVER having snow makes you appreciate it more. (not having to drive in it).
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I'm going to say number three, so we have them all covered. The third, while all are good on their own merits, has the lone stroller, adding the human element. I think not EVER having snow makes you appreciate it more. (not having to drive in it).
Same choice, same arguments.
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very nice here. i like the texture in #1. #2 i couldn't even figure out until i read Spy's comment then i adjusted my persective, interesting. and the lone figure in the forbidding snow works well in 3.
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Thanks Dustin, for making me go back and read Kevin's comment! Funny how you can look at something and not see it
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Nice glow on the last one. Nice series!
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