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Old Feb 3, 2016, 10:37 AM   #11
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Great shot Marcelo; I adore how the colour from the sky has cast onto the foreground. I think I'd be inclined to crop this into a panoramic "shape" (short and wide), but so much detail would be lost that I can see why you didn't. Thanks for sharing this, it may be my wallpaper at work next week
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Old Feb 3, 2016, 9:09 PM   #12
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Great shot Marcelo; I adore how the colour from the sky has cast onto the foreground. I think I'd be inclined to crop this into a panoramic "shape" (short and wide), but so much detail would be lost that I can see why you didn't. Thanks for sharing this, it may be my wallpaper at work next week
Thank you Conor for the kind words and feedback.

I was thinking to crop it but i really like the rocks and water at the bottom of the picture.

I;m glad you enjoy it.

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