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Old May 20, 2010, 11:08 PM   #1
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Default Newfound Gap. 6:15 AM

Not a good time to find out you left your GND at home.

Did the best as I could though.

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Old May 21, 2010, 1:33 AM   #2
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Still looks more than fine to me,

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Old May 21, 2010, 11:41 AM   #3
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Awesome landscape!

If that's you "making do" then I shudder to think of what you can achieve otherwise!

I would seriously put that on my wall, the fading out of the peaks in the distance is just perfect.
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While you would have greater detail in the mountains, I suspect I would still have preferred this one. I love the close mountain being in silhouette and the rest of the mountains fading away, with the pale pink in the sky. A beautiful, delicate picture.
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what a beautiful view
the aerial perspective is magical
and i like the light whispy clouds

if you wanted to darken the sky a bit you could try adding a transparent layer and putting a black to transparent gradient in it going from top to bottom (or dark blue or a purplish colour even) and setting it to overlay (it may depend on your program) then play with the transparency of the layer
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Lovingly photographed scene from one of my favorite spots in the Smokies! So glad you were there at the right time, and willing to share the results.
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