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By blumonkey
Saw this cabin somewhere on the Tennessee border. Not sure what it has been used to, but it has a waterwheel for some reason... and some christmas lights Smile

Comment etc. appreicated.

Tags: Architecture Cabin Black and white Waterwheel Grayscale

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dawnmichelle 10 12 United States
3 Sep 2008 3:53AM
Terrific find.. if Tenn. is like WV some people leave the lights up all yr.. loll

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VIKI 11 18 1 United Kingdom
3 Sep 2008 7:00AM
Great shot.
AnneWorner 10 620 43 United States
4 Sep 2008 1:09AM
Great find - wonderful textures in the rock and timbers.
If this were my image, I would adjust the brightness/contrast to show off the building more.
Looked at your website - liked what I saw Smile
4 Sep 2008 3:30AM
Thank you all... I tried to adjust some, but it got a bit stark at the same time so i backed off a bit, maybe too much... Im still learning the program (LR2) though before I start testing another one Smile

Wefi, thank you for boths suggestions and liking what you saw Wink
AnneWorner 10 620 43 United States
4 Sep 2008 3:28PM
Paint Shop Pro by Corel has a rather inexpensive software program - version XII I think.
Are you able to allow modifications to your images? If so, you might want to do so. It's a great learning tool and people can show you what they mean.
4 Sep 2008 7:48PM
Another software I have to look into Smile . So far the Lightroom is nice, but it is fairly expensive as well. I will be testing Bibble, Lightzone also, so its just a matter of finding the one I like best.

And yes it seems I have the ability to allow modifications.. If you want to give show me a modification of this picture, let me know and I can give you a download address for a bigger file, or you can use this one and send it to me via email.

Thank you.

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