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One from the other night, just a simple picture of the a valley with the sunset being long gone but the afterglow.
Best Viewed large and not on a dark monitor
Only small amount of PS done to clone out the midges from the lense (no joke).
The normal size version didn't do much for me, but I do like the hard and soft nature of the skyline in the large version, and the colours in the sky.
I wish on this you could only show the large version. This one you need to look at large and with a monitor thats not dull or it there is no detail..
The colors are too subtle to come over right
I know how hard it was to get this one and totally agree the large version is superb. x
The large is enchanting Thomas the crescent moon is small but a huge influence on the scene, love it, Adrian
Thanks Adrian, Sharon and Nigel. your comments are welcome.
Its hard to show a picture from the thumbnail and I tend not to even look at thumbnails but to go through the pictures on the site one by one.
So I guess its common to be missed.
Another simple but wonderful image.
In hindsight I think I perhaps set this one a little too dark and might have tweeked the curves to brighten it up a tad.
I think I will need to work on my monitor and its brightness lol
Nice picture, Tom
Unfortunately, to see the beauty of it one has to be tech. prepared.
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