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Adventure

By iRIN382  
I wanted to give off a sense of adventure where i've been walking a long distance and experiencing spectacular views.
I thoroughly enjoy adventures these days, especially challenging ones. I've come to realise I actually find it slightly addicting? Nevertheless, I can't wait until my next adventure!

Tags: Sky Road Mountain Clouds Hills Adventure B and w Country side Landscape and travel

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gwynn56 5 87 England
26 Jun 2013 1:05AM
nice black and white image Smile

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26 Jun 2013 2:19AM
Excelente manejo de las lineas.
paulbroad 9 123 1141 United Kingdom
26 Jun 2013 8:28AM
Decent scene with a road to nowhere. That is my problem. Doesn't say adventure to me and as there is no significant subject other than the road the eye just follows that to a dead end. May be just a touch bright. A little general darkening will increase impact I think.

Paul
26 Jun 2013 9:50AM
Lovely mono landscape. I like the angle you have caught the picture.
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mrswoolybill Plus
10 1.0k 1629 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2013 5:38PM
I like the idea - the empty road rolling and curving out of sight - yes, it does convey a journey to me. Looking at the base-lines of the clouds, this needs quite a bit of rotation ant-clockwise. With cumulus clouds the base is generally horizontal.
The greys are a bit flat, I'd like to add some contrast - it will give a better sense of depth and distance, which after all is what this is all about.
Moira I'll upload a Modification shortly, to view Mods, click on the Modifications button under your upload, then on the thumbnail.
28 Jun 2013 2:36AM
Oooooo I like what both of you have done in the modifications Paul & mrswoolybill! Thanks for your wise & teachful words. I will surely learn for next time!~ Grin

Rin

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